PACE 2014 Workshops

Block One - 10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

TitlePresenter(s)
Service Learning 101 for faculty Gail Robinson, education consultant and senior advisor to the Community College National Center for Community Engagement
Engaged Research to Build the Field: Expanding Boundaries Through Interdisciplinary and Intergenerational Engagement Elizabeth Hudson, Research Associate, Kettering Foundation
Robert Bringle, Ph.D., Kulynych/Cline Visiting Distinguished Professor of Psychology, Appalachian State University
Asset Based Community Development John “Jody” Kretzmann, Ph.D., Co-Director, Asset-Based Community Development (ABCD) Institute, School of Education and Social Policy, Northwestern University
What's Old is New Again: Sustaining Service-Learning Partnerships

UNC Greensboro and community partners

Spoma Jovanovic, Ph.D., Professor, Communication Studies
Sarah Hollingsworth & Elizabeth Dam-Regier, MA candidates, Communication Studies
Katie Rachels & Tiffany Green, Undergraduate Students, Communication Studies
Kimberly Miller, Assistant Professor, Community & Therapeutic Recreation
Kayte Farkas, Dudley High School Teacher

When Did Innovation become Just about Cuttings Costs? Reconsidering Online Learning and the Future for Democratic Engagement Brandon W. Kliewer, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Civic Engagement & Associate Scholar, Florida Gulf Coast University & Points of Light
Advancing the Conversation about community-engaged scholarship

Jennifer Ahern-Dodson, Ph.D., Director of Outreach, Thompson Writing Program, Duke University
Patti Clayton, Ph.D., Senior Scholar, Center for Service and Learning, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis; Visiting Scholar, Institute for Community and Economic Development, UNC Greensboro; Visiting Fellow, New England Resource Center for Higher Education
Emily Janke, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Peace and Conflict Studies Director, Institute for Community and Economic Engagement (ICEE) UNC Greensboro

How to Lead in a Complex World Christopher Gergen, CEO of Forward Impact, Visiting Lecturer, Hart Leadership Program, Sanford School of Public Policy and social entrepreneurship fellow, Innovation & Entrepreneurship initiative, Duke University
Focus on Faculty: Institutional Support for Engaged Teaching and Research

Lynn White Blanchard, MPH, Ph.D., Director, Carolina Center for Public Service, Office of the Provost Clinical Associate Professor, Dept. of Health Behavior, Gillings School of Global Public Health, UNC Chapel Hill
Norma-May Isakow, LLM Associate Director, Institute for Public Engagement, Wake Forest University

Block Two - 11:40 a.m. - 12:40 p.m.

TitlePresenter(s)
Integrating civic responsibility/civic engagement into the curriculum Gail Robinson, education consultant and senior advisor to the Community College National Center for Community Engagement
Spiritual Fire: Igniting the Passion Within for Civic Engagement Matt Cummings, M.A Candidate Urban Studies and Community Development, Coordinator of Community Service, DePauw University
The Civic-Minded Graduate: Measuring Student Identity and Civic Identity

Appalachian State University

Elizabeth Wall, Senior, Psychology major
Robert Bringle, Ph.D., Kulynych/Cline Visiting Distinguished Professor of Psychology

Gendered Dynamics in Community Engagement: Women Leaders Share Their Experiences East Carolina University

John Howard, Ph.D., Associate Professor, School of Communication, East Carolina University.
Laura Prividera, Ph.D., Associate Director & Associate Professor, School of Communication Rebecca Dumlao, Ph.D., Professor, School of Communication
Project Management Meets the Relational Leadership Model: High Impact and Reciprocity in Service Learning Lynn Donahue, Ed.D. Educational Administration, Higher Education/Director, Center for Service-Learning and Civic Engagement, St. John Fisher College
Service-Learning in 3-D: Taking Partnerships Broader and Deeper

Duke University and Community Partners

Amy L. Anderson, Ph.D., Service-Learning Faculty Consultant, Duke Service-Learning; Instructor, Program in Education
David Malone, Ph.D., Director of Duke Service-Learning; Associate Professor of the Practice and Director of Undergraduate Studies in the Program in Education
Alissa Griffith, K-12 Service-Learning Partnerships Consultant for Duke Service-Learning; Lecturing Fellow, Program in Education
Brianne Starin, AIG teacher, Durham Public Schools

Using Community-Based Research to Encourage Student Engagement

Lynchburg College

Kimberly McCabe, Ph.D., Professor of Criminology
Timothy Meinke, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Political Science

Cultivating Community Engagement through Applied Learning: A Transformative Campus-Wide Model UNC Wilmington

UNC Wilmington

Center for Teaching Excellence:
Diana Ashe, Ph.D., Associate Professor, English and Assistant Director of UNCW Center for Teaching Excellence

Senior Faculty ALTC Associates:
Jimmy Reeves, Ph.D., Professor and Former Chair, Chemistry and Biochemistry

ETEAL:
Jess Boersma, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Foreign Languages & Literature and Interim Director of UNCW’s Experiencing Transformative Education through Applied Learning (ETEAL)

ALTC Fellows:
Jacquelyn Lee, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Social Work
Kristen DeVall, Assistant Professor, Sociology & Criminology
 

Senior Graduate Student:
Melanie Forehand, Graduate Student, Foreign Languages & Literature and ETEAL Graduate Assistant

2:10 p.m. - 3:10 p.m.

TitlePresenter(s)
Community college service-learning research: What we know Gail Robinson, education consultant and senior advisor to the Community College National Center for Community Engagement
Presidential leadership and its importance to civic engagement: What presidents need to hear to support this work Richard Guarasci, Ph.D.,  President,  Wagner College 
National service dialogue Harris Wofford, Franklin Project Senior Advisor, former U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania, chair of America's Promise, CEO of the Corporation for National and Community Service, and Special Assistant to President John F. Kennedy
International Service Learning Through Disciplinary Lens

Appalachian State University

Robert Bringle, Ph.D., Kulynych/Cline Visiting Distinguished Professor of Psychology
Clark Maddux, Ph.D., Director, Office of Civic Engagement
Lynn Gregory, Ph.D., Communication Studies
Paul Wallace,Ph.D., Leadership & Education Studies
Amy Galloway, Ph.D., Psychology

Leveraging Technology for Critical Reflection and Service-Learning Sarah Stanlick, Ph.D. Candidate, Learning Sciences and Technology, College of Education, Lehigh University
Building Capacity among all Partners for Service-Learning as Democratic Engagement Patti H. Clayton, Ph.D., Practitioner-Scholar and Consultant; Senior Scholar at UNC Greensboro and IUPUI
Volunteer Management UNC Wilmington

Jeffrey Brudney, Ph.D., QENO Academic Director and Betty and Dan Cameron Family Distinguished Professor for Innovation in the Nonprofit Sector, Dept. of Public and Int'l Affairs
Natahsa Davis, MPA, QENO Director, Dept. of Public & Int'l Affairs, Quality Enhancement for Nonprofit Organizations (QENO)
Chloe Gatton, MPA candidate, PLS 592 Student

Monitoring & Measuring Community Engagement: STOMP(For participating teams from NC Campus Compact member institutions only) Barbara Holland, Ph.D., former Director of the Learn and Serve America National Service-Learning Clearinghouse and a nationally recognized community engagement consultant

3:20 p.m. - 4:20 p.m.

TitlePresenter(s)
Becoming the Engaged Campus: Nuts and Bolts  Gail Robinson, education consultant and senior advisor to the Community College National Center for Community Engagement
Tale of Two Paradigms: Qualitative and Quantitative Research in Service-Learning East Carolina University

Jacqueline Flores, Graduate Student, Counselor Education
Nichelle Shuck, M.Ed, Associate Director for Student Leadership and Educational Programs, Volunteer and Service-Learning Center

The Effects of Service-Learning on Student Attitudes and Stereotypes

UNC Charlotte

Kim Buch, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology and Coordinator of Psychology Learning Community
Susan Harden, Assistant Professor of Secondary Education

Going Deeper: Enhancing Student Learning and Community Impact Cathy Kramer, MA, Dean of Service, Service Program Office
Brooke Millsaps, MA, Director of Service-Learning, Service Program Office, Warren Wilson College
Empathic Anger, Service Learning, and Civic Engagement

Ashley Hedgepath, Senior, Psychology, Appalachian State University
Robert Bringle, Ph.D., Kulynych/Cline Visiting Distinguished Professor of Psychology, Appalachian State University
Patti H. Clayton, Ph.D., Practitioner-Scholar and Consultant; Senior Scholar at UNC Greensboro and IUPUI

An Adaptive Model of Service-Learning: Evaluation of Learning Sticking Points Elon University

Phillip Motley, MFA, Assistant Professor, Communications
Amanda Sturgill, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Communications

Exploring theChallenges of Campus Engagement for Community Partners

Feast Down East

Melissa Rogan, M.A. in Public Sociology, AmeriCorps VISTA Service Member
Erin O'Donnell, B.A. in Public Sociology, AmeriCorps VISTA Service Member
Leslie Hossfeld, Ph.D., Chair of Sociology & Criminology at UNC Wilmington and Executive Director of Feast Down East 

Monitoring & Measuring Community Engagement: STAMP (For participating teams from NC Campus Compact member institutions only)  

Barbara Holland, Ph.D., former Director of the Learn and Serve America National Service-Learning Clearinghouse and a nationally recognized community engagement consultant