2012 Outreach and Engagement Staff Workshop
Sunday, September 30, 2012, 5:30pm - 8:00pm
Monday, October 1, 2012, 8:00am - 1:00pm
Price: $75 (Meals and all materials are included in the registration fee)
Led by peer practitioners with a keynote by David Weerts (University of Minnesota).
The Outreach and Engagement Staff Workshop is designed for university staff and non-tenure-track faculty members who, in roles distinct from those of tenure-track faculty, facilitate and manage ongoing projects, programs, services, research and relationships with community partners. These professionals span the boundaries between campus and community and have an emerging professional identity and a unique set of strengths and challenges that will be addressed in this workshop. Because of the overlap in roles, skills and values, "boundary spanners" who facilitate community-university partnerships on behalf of community organizations are also welcome to attend.
This preconference workshop will:
· engage participants in exploring the common roles, skills and values of successful community-university boundary spanners;
· deliver tools and resources for addressing key challenges;
· provide a venue for practitioners to establish visibility and a voice in the field of community-university partnerships; and
· strengthen intercampus engagement networks for learning, resource sharing, problem solving and collaboration.
To learn more, contact Katherine Loving at firstname.lastname@example.org or (608) 263-5714