NC Campus Compact
2014 Civic Engagement Institute
"Anchoring Community Vitality:
Below are presentations that the facilitators have graciously made available.
Civic Engagement and Economic Development in Local Communities: The Need for Integrated Marketing Communications in Small Business
Rural Postsecondary Institutions: Partners for Community Change
Duke-Durham Partnership: Contributions to Public Education
Rethinking Success: Liberal Arts to Careers in the 21sts Century
Leveraging Campus Partnerships to Build Community Engagement and Services
The promise and challenges of leading an anchor institution deeply committed to community engagement
Interactions to Promote Equitable Neighborhood Change
Educating for Change: Models for Higher Education’s Role in
When Economic Development is also Economic Engagement: Why Does it Matter?
Campus-based advocacy for an economy that works for all
Audubon International's Sustainable Communities
Exploring Mutual Benefit and Reciprocity: A Case Study of the Lucille W. Gorham Intergeneratinal Community Center
Economic Development Leaders Partnering With NC Campuses: An Invitation to be Engaged
A special thank you to the following plenary presenters for sharing their insights throughout the day. Follow the links to download the available presentations.
Special thanks to UNCW for hosting a reception at the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship. The gathering featured locally sourced food.
Many thanks to UNC Wilmington for hosting the 2014 Civic Engagement Institute. We particularly want to acknowledge Chancellor Gary Miller, member of the NC Campus Compact Executive Board, and his staff who ensured all details of the Institute were in place: Jenni Harris, Assistant to the Chancellor for Community Partnerships; and Laura Brogdon, Administrative Assistant, Chancellor’s Office. Thanks also to Amelie Brogden, Campus Life Director of Conferences, Events and Reservations, Elizabeth Overton, University Advancement, and Kristin Shelton, Catering Sales Manager
The 2014 CEI planning committee:
Brett Altman, NC Rural Economic Development Center|
Morris Autry, Elizabeth City State University
Steve Friedland, Elon School of Law
Leslie Garvin, NC Campus Compact
Mark Gibson, Wake Technical Community College
Penny Godfrey, Central Piedmont Community College
Jenni Harris, UNC Wilmington
Randall Johnson, NC Biotechnology Center
Lisa Keyne, NC Campus Compact|
Clark Maddux, Appalachian State University
Sam Miglarese, Duke University
Lane Perry, Western Carolina University
Bryan Toney, UNC Greensboro
Steve Virgil, Wake Forest University
James Zuiches, NC State University
The theme of the 2015 Institute is "A Common Agenda, Collective Impact: Campus, Community, Compact" and will be hosted at Elon University on February 17th.