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November 2019

Community Change Collegiate Challenge (4C)

November 9 @ 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Elon University, Moseley Center, 400 N. Okelly Ave.
Elon, NC United States
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The Community Change Collegiate Challenge is designed to provide students with a one-day immersive experience in deliberative problem solving.  This year this event is replacing the annual CSNAP student conference. Participants will gain skills in how to engage in deliberative dialogue on critical issues facing our state, nation, and world.  It will also prepare students to explore creative problem solving while seeking to find common ground for action on these same issues; all while building civic agency. Learn more and register  

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September 2019

NC College Voter Summit

September 20 @ 8:45 am - 4:30 pm
Elon University, Moseley Center, 400 N. Okelly Ave.
Elon, NC United States
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#VOTESUM19 The 4th Annual NC College Voter Summit will convene students, faculty, and staff who lead non-partisan, campus-wide voter engagement efforts. Participants will create and share innovative strategies as well as learn practical information to support college voter registration, voter education, and electoral participation. We are hosting this event in partnership with the Campus Election Engagement Project and the following state and national non-partisan organizations interested in youth voter engagement. ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge Blueprint NC Campus Vote Project Common Cause NC Democracy NC NC PIRG You Can Vote Young Invincibles The 4th Annual NC College Voter Summit which will be held on Friday, September 20, 2019 at Elon University’s McKinnon Hall. Keynote Speakers Allison Riggs is a senior voting rights attorney with the Southern Coalition for Social Justice.  Allison’s work has been focused on fighting for fair redistricting plans, fighting against voter suppression, and advocating for electoral reforms that would expand access to voting. She will be speaking…

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Engaged Scholar Writing Retreat

September 6 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Elon University, Moseley Center, 400 N. Okelly Ave.
Elon, NC United States

Are you teaching an engaged pedagogy such as service-learning, community-based research, or participatory action research and working to advance your scholarship? Does your research include community partners? Do you want to explore ways to connect with others who are also working on community-engaged scholarship? Join North Carolina faculty in this one-day writing retreat for engaged scholars. The retreat includes time for writing as well as discussions on project topics and writing strategies. Bring a writing project that you want to work on, at any stage of completion. You’ll make progress on it while participating in a writing community. Sponsored by North Carolina Campus Compact. Facilitator: Dr. Jennifer Ahern-Dodson, 2018-19 Engaged Faculty Scholars, Director of the Duke Faculty Write Program. Registration is now full but we are creating a waiting list for future retreats. Please email Rene Summers to receive updates on future retreats. If you are registered and have questions about the retreat, contact jahern@duke.edu.

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August 2019

Summer Network Meetings

August 1 @ 10:00 am - August 2 @ 3:00 pm
NC United States

Eastern Region - August 1 at NC Central University Western Region - August 2 at NC A & T State University 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Professional development topic: Facilitating Students’ Civic Learning and Development The agenda is the same both days. AGENDA 10:00 a.m. – Arrival & Welcome 10:15 a.m. – Professional Learning featuring Dr. Jodi Benenson, Assistant Professor, School of Public Administration, University of Nebraska Omaha; Dr. Kevin Hemer, Assessment Analysis, Institutional Research, Colorado University-Boulder co-authors of Chapter 7 in The Community Engagement Professional in Higher Education: A Competency Model for an Emerging Field; and Dr. Patti Clayton, SLCE consultant 12:30 a.m. – Lunch (provided) 1:00 p.m. – Census 2020 Overview- Stacey Carless,  Executive Director, NC Counts Coalition 1:30 p.m. –NC Campus Compact Updates 2:15 p.m. – Campus sharing 3:00 p.m.  – Adjourn SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS Each campus delegation should prepare to share ONE OR TWO civic/community engagement highlight(s) from your campus in 3 minutes or less during our afternoon campus sharing session. (No…

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June 2019

Southern Region Community College Institute

June 12
Central Piedmont Community College,

"Community Colleges as Civic Powerhouses: Aligning Community Engagement with Community College Priorities" June 12, 2019 at Central Piedmont Community College, Charlotte, NC Co-hosted by North Carolina Campus Compact, Kentucky Campus Compact, Virginia Campus Compact and national Campus Compact  Register Today!  Deadline May 31 Inspired by Eric Liu’s You Are More Powerful than You Think and his notion of civic power, this interactive workshop will introduce the concept of community colleges as “Civic Powerhouses” generating power in the civic life of their students and campuses. How can community colleges harness their true public purpose by educating for democracy and sending it out to making a difference in the civic lives of the community that they serve? Facilitated by Verdis Robinson, Campus Compact’s director of community college engagement, the institute will explore model programs in diverse community colleges that are effectively advancing learning and student success through civic engagement and a strong commitment to the public purposes of higher education. Through a series of panels, small group dialogues,…

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May 2019

Midwest Campus Compact Conference

May 30 - May 31
University of Minnesota Twin Cities, 100 Church St. S.E.
Minneapolis, MN 55455 United States
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Save the Date In 2019 the Midwest Campus Compact Conference will be held on May 30-31 at the University of Minnesota's East Bank Minneapolis campus. Stay tuned for more information, including the call for proposals in Fall 2018!

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February 2019

PACE Conference 2019

February 13
UNC Greensboro, Elliott University Center 507 Stirling Street
Greensboro, NC 27412 United States
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NC Campus Compact's annual PACE Conference seeks to grow and share the practice and scholarship of engagement, with a special focus on institutions and issues in North Carolina. Plenary and breakout sessions advance the field by sharing research findings, innovative programs and partnerships, effective curricular or co-curricular models, strategies for institutional capacity building, and best practices. Faculty, staff, students, and community partners are welcome. Hosted by the University of North Carolina at Greensboro #NCPACE19 All Sessions will be held in the Elliot University Center 507 Stirling Street, Greensboro, NC 27412 AGENDA 8:30 a.m. -- Check-in, networking, and continental breakfast 9:30 a.m. -- Opening Session / Presentation of 2019 Community Engagement Awards / Keynote address by Dr. John B. King, Jr., President & CEO, The Education Trust 11:15 a.m. -- Workshop Block I 12:25 p.m. -- Lunch 1:40 p.m. -- Workshop Block II 2:50 p.m. -- Workshop Block III 4:00 p.m. -- Closing Session / Keynote address by Dr. Adam Gismondi, Director of Impact, Institute for Democracy & Higher…

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Presidents Forum 2019

February 13
UNC Greensboro, Elliott University Center 507 Stirling Street
Greensboro, NC 27412 United States
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9th Annual Presidents Forum Hosted by Chancellor Franklin D. Gilliam, Jr., The University of North Carolina at Greensboro  RSVP by January 16 at nccc@elon.edu.   Keynote Speakers Dr. John B. King, Jr.President and CEO, The Education Trust The Education Trust is a national nonprofit organization that seeks to identify and close opportunity and achievement gaps, from preschool through college. King served in President Barack Obama’s cabinet as the 10th U.S. Secretary of Education. In tapping him to lead the U.S. Department of Education, President Obama called King “an exceptionally talented educator,” citing his commitment to “preparing every child for success” and his lifelong dedication to education as a teacher, principal, and leader of schools and school systems. Before becoming education secretary, King carried out the duties of the U.S. Deputy Secretary of Education, overseeing all policies and programs related to P-12 education, English learners, special education, and innovation. In this role, King also oversaw the agency’s operations. King joined the department following his…

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