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Presented By: Ginsberg Center

Community Engagement and DEI: Applying Principles to Practice

Part of Enriching Scholarship 2019

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Community-engaged teaching has important implications for the development of cross-cultural awareness and positively impacts campus climate as students, faculty and community members collaborate across differences. Developing truly mutually beneficial campus-community partnerships requires taking a critical look at how power and privilege are embedded in these relationships and preparing our students effectively for this work. Purposeful course design, student preparation and ethical partnering are all crucial for moving toward positive community impact while promoting student learning.
In this session co-facilitated by experts from LSA’s Community-Engaged Academic Learning (CEAL) and the Edward Ginsberg Center, we will discuss key principles and promising practices to promote student learning and mutually beneficial campus-community partnerships when developing effective community-engaged courses. Participants will begin applying these ideas to their own courses, so please bring a course idea or description. This session is designed for faculty, staff or graduate student instructors planning to teach or currently teaching a community-engaged course.

This session is part of the Public Engagement theme during Enriching Scholarship 2019: a series of workshops and discussions intentionally and collaboratively crafted by units all over campus to foster engaged learning and scholarship in service of public impact.
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