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March 6-8, 2019
University of San Diego
Wednesday, March 6 • 8:30am - 1:00pm
Exploring the Nature of our Partnerships: Institution-Wide Data Collection on Community Engagement

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Overview: We invite teams of engagement administrators, leaders, and advocates to join us in developing strategies to identify, collect, interpret, and use community engagement metrics.

Through large group presentations, small group discussion, and individual team work, you will:
  • Share individual and institutional motivations for and uses of community engagement data
  • Understand the contexts which increase the need for institutions to define and describe community engagement
  • Learn with two campuses as they use Collaboratory to collect, analyze, and visualize related data (including examples of data outputs for discussion)
  • Explore strategies for using data as a basis for measuring outcomes and impact across faculty/staff, students, community partners, and institutions
  • Consider how to create opportunities to increase the rigor of scholarship on the collective activities and impact of community-higher education partnerships
  • Review implications of this data for communications and messaging while maintaining best practices and standards
  • Examine how data enhances other institutional functions, e.g., the ability to convene and refer individuals and organizations across sectors working toward aligned agendas

Speakers
avatar for Lisa Keyne

Lisa Keyne

Chief Strategy Officer, Treetop Commons, LLC
avatar for Lauren Wendling

Lauren Wendling

Customer Specialist, Treetop Commons, LLC
avatar for Barbara Holland

Barbara Holland

Strategy Advisor, CUMU
avatar for Emily Janke

Emily Janke

Director, ICEE, UNC Greensboro
institutionalizing community engagement tracking and measuring community engagement across an institution or system recognizing community engagement in promotion and tenure community-university partnerships
avatar for Brenda Marsteller Kowalewski

Brenda Marsteller Kowalewski

Associate Provost, Weber State University
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Maria Silva

Director, Neighborhood and Community Partnerships, University of San Diego


Wednesday March 6, 2019 8:30am - 1:00pm
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