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Three opportunities to present community-engaged work

Contributed by: Erin Moore
Published: Wednesday, 06 December 2017 3:00 PM

There are three new opportunities to present on your community-engaged work in 2018.

International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement Annual Conference
“Just Research: Inclusivity and Intersectionality”
July 18-20, 2018
New Orleans, LA
Proposal Deadline: January 19, 2018

Seeking proposals on research that examines the utility and impact of engagement within diverse communities. Formats may include:

  • Research paper presentation
  • Panel
  • Poster session
  • Roundtable
  • Pecha Kucha

International Town and Gown Association’s City & University Relations Conference
“Investing in the Future: Town-Gown Relationships and the Future of our Communities”
May 29 – June 1, 2018
Hosted by the Ohio State University and the City of Columbus
Proposal Deadline: February 1, 2018

Seeking interactive and innovative sessions in the following areas:

  • Track 1: Partnerships: Innovative connections leading to dynamic solutions
  • ?Track 2: Neighborhood Revitalization and Economic Development: Innovative strategies leading to prepared cities
  • Track 3: Policy, Law and Governance: Innovative decisions leading to community-based change
  • Track 4: Emerging Trends and Collaborations: Innovative approaches to hot topics, current events and environmental factors in college communities

Sessions should be representative of town and gown relations, so it is important to include both university and community stakeholder perspectives.

Engaged Scholarship Consortium Annual Conference
“Transforming Higher Education through Engaged Scholarship”
September 30 – October 3, 2018
Minneapolis, MN
Proposal Deadline: March 16, 2018

Seeking proposals that advance the study and practice of engaged scholarship through research, program design, partnership models, proven impact, community-engaged curricula, collaborative policy development/integration, and/or successful civic engagement practices. Formats may include:

  • Digital Poster
  • Paper Presentation
  • Roundtable
  • Workshop