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February 2017

Community Engagement Network Gathering

February 24 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Minneapolis Community and Technical College, T Building, Room1400

Register Here Join colleagues with significant responsibility and leadership in civic and community engagement for an interactive day focused on key issues in our day-to-day work and larger context. The morning will begin with a reflective session on the identities and experiences that shape each of us, then focus on the possibilities for deeper impact (and institutional integration) through a citizen professional framework, which will be introduced by Lena Jones, Political Science faculty member, Minneapolis Community and Technical College, and Margaret (Peg) Finders, Chair of the Department of Education, and Civic Studies Fellow, Augsburg College. After lunch, each community of practice will meet, while other participants will discuss in small groups the topics they consider most important. Finally, we'll gather back together to exchange useful resources and closing comments. With questions, please contact Julie. *The 2016-17 communities of practice focus on facilitating dialogue and collaboration across differences, developing campus cultures of engagement, and enhancing engagement efforts' accessibility, relevance, and impact.

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March 2017

Webinar on Nonviolence and Civic Life

March 21 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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This webinar, moderated by Harry Boyte, Senior Scholar in Public Work Philosophy at Augsburg, and Marie-Louise Ström, long-time South African democracy educator, discusses nonviolence, understood as a set of disciplines and philosophy that can be a profound resource for creating healthy civic life and sustaining individuals committed to civic engagement. Nonviolence seeks to understand opponents, not to defeat or humiliate them; it is directed at actions rather than people. Anyone at a Campus Compact member institution or community-based organization is welcome to participate at no charge; register at the link below to get log-in information. With questions, please contact Julie at julie@mncampuscompact.org The registration URL through Zoom can be found HERE The below links are additional resources available to look through if you're interested. The New Nonviolence – Becoming Repairers of the Breach Civil Resistance and Power Politics Pilgrimage to Nonviolence

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April 2017

2017 State Summit and Awards Luncheon

April 5 @ 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
University of St. Thomas, St. Paul,
2115 Summit Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55105 United States
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2017 Summit & Awards Luncheon - Expanding the Circle: Dialogue, Opportunity, and Minnesota’s Future  Register Here This event brings together a variety of civic engagement stakeholders both to celebrate the good work already being done across the state and to consider ways of building on that work for greater impact. Both individuals and campus teams are invited to: Discuss how we learn, connect, and work across differences to advance knowledge and our common well-being in a time of visible polarization; Build connections and understanding across higher education sectors; and Reflect and strategize with colleagues who are expanding the circle on campuses across the state. Awards During the luncheon award ceremony, we will recognize leaders from across the state. Every member institution may select one individual, group, or organization to receive a Presidents’ Award in three categories: Community Partners, Student Leaders, and Civic Engagement Stewards. Guidelines and the online submission form are available here; selections are due February 24, 2017. Agenda 9:30…

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June 2017

Midwest Campus Compact Conference

June 5 - June 7
Loyola University Chicago,
Chicago, IL United States
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Minnesota Campus Compact is excited to announce a new collaboration that will expand our annual regional conference. In 2017, rather than holding a sixth Upper Midwest Civic Engagement Summit, we will work with Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Ohio, and Wisconsin to offer the Midwest Campus Compact Conference. Please save June 5-7, 2017, for this conference focused on asset-based culture change and community engagement, hosted by Loyola University Chicago. The call for session proposals will be released by the end of October, and more conference details and registration will be announced early in the new year.

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