“Building a Culture of Collaboration Through Civic Engagement and Service Learning Initiatives”. Debby Scire Executive Director Campus Compact for New Hampshire Tom Horgan President & CEO New Hampshire College & University Council. June 30, 2009 – 11 AM (est)
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Campus Compact for New Hampshire
President & CEO
New Hampshire College & University Council
June 30, 2009 – 11 AM (est)
Webinar presentation for the Association for Consortium Leadership
NHCUC – A multi-purpose consortium.
CCNH – A state affiliate of national Campus Compact
Service learning is credit-bearing, educational, experience in which students participate in an organized service activity that meets identified community needs and reflect on the service activity in such a way as to gain further understanding of course content, a broader appreciation of discipline, and an enhanced sense of civic responsibility.
Bringle, Robert and Julie Hatcher, “A Service Learning Curriculum for Faculty,” Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, Fall 1995
Campus civic engagement is broadly defined as “those activities that reinvigorate the public purposes and civic mission of higher education and action by individuals and institutions to create a society characterized by justice and dignity for all”
Bowley, Erin. The Minnesota Campus
Civic Engagement Study.
Minnesota Higher Education Service Office and Minnesota Campus Compact, 2003
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