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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. Agenda 9:30 a.m. Registration and networking time - light refreshments available 10:00 - 11:30 a.m. Expanding the Circle: Dialogue, Opportunity, and Minnesota’s Future Welcome from Ron Anderson, Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, Minnesota State, and Chair, Minnesota Campus Compact Board of Directors Plenary speakers Mary Dana Hinton, President, the College of St. Benedict, and Andrew Seligsohn, President, Campus Compact,…

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June 2017

Midwest Campus Compact Conference

June 6 - June 7

Join us June 6-7, 2017 at Loyola University Chicago for the 2017 Midwest Campus Compact Conference – Doing Democracy: Asset-Based Engagement and Culture Change. We’re all too aware these days that our nation is wrestling with racial divides, political polarization, and economic inequality that endanger our democracy. As we advance higher education’s public purposes–-and gather in Chicago, home of the Asset-Based Community Development Institute–-a focus on our campuses’ and communities’ strengths is critical. To sustain ourselves and enhance our impact, we must also go beyond simply adding more community-engaged courses, research projects, programs, and partnerships. We must understand the identities that shape our work, foster inclusive and equitable spaces for collaboration, support multiple forms of change- making, and integrate a sense of civic agency and responsibility into the core of our institutional cultures. Whether you are new to civic and community engagement, curious about learning the basics of campus-community partnerships, or a seasoned professional seeking innovative approaches and discussion of…

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