ENGAGED SCHOLARSHIP: Connecting WITH and Sustaining COMMUNITY & University PARTNERS FOR RESEARCH, Innovations, AND GRANTS

WHO:   Dr. Sharon Paynter, Interim Assistant Vice Chancellor for Public Service and Community Relations

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Community and University Facilitators and Panelists are conducting an interactive 2 part series of professional development sessions on Engaged Scholarship.

WHAT:  Topic Highlights Include:

  • Engaging and Sustaining Partners
  • Translating Outreach and Service into Scholarship
  • Positioning Engaged Scholarship in your PAD – as Research and as Teaching

WHEN:  Two Sessions Available:

  • November 18       11:00 – 1:30 (Lunch Included)
  • November 29       9:00 – 11:30 (Breakfast Included)

WHERE:  203 Speight

WHY:    The majority of national and foundation funding initiatives – and our purpose as a College of Education – require partnerships with entities from local, regional, state, national and international Communities and across the University.

HOW TO PARTICIPATE: Register in Cornerstone: Log into Cornerstone http://www.ecu.edu/itcs/cornerstone/, Under Browse for Training Click on Academic Affairs, then College of Education.

Thursday, November 29 at 9:00am to 11:30am

Speight Building, 203
Greenville, NC 27858-4353

Event Type

Seminar/Symposium

Departments

College of Education, Professional Development, Research & Grants

Target Audience

Students, Faculty

Website

http://www.ecu.edu/itcs/cornerstone

Contact Name

Alana Zambone

Contact Phone Number

252-328-5746

Contact Email

zambonea@ecu.edu

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