Civic Engagement Institute
(For members only)

Launched in 2007, this Institute is designed to thoroughly explore one civic engagement topic during a day-long gathering. Teams of faculty, staff and administrators, from NC Campus Compact member campuses, are invited to attend.  


2015 Civic Engagement Institute

"A Common Agenda, Collective Impact: Campus, Community, Compact"
February 17, 2015 at Elon University

Registration is now open.  Click here for the 2015 Institute website.

Previous Institutes

Year Theme (click on the title to
download the program
booklet)
Keynote Speaker (s)
 
2014Anchoring Community Vitality: Linking Campus Community Engagement and Economic Development

Allan Freyer, Budget and Tax Center, NC Justice Center
Leslie Boney, UNC General Administration
Brent Kanipe and Thomas Ward, Town of Williamston, NC
Dr. Gary Miller, UNC Wilmington
Bill Saffo, Wilmington, NC
Dr. Richard Guarasci, Wagner College

Click here to see highlights.

Click here for the 2014 CEI Follow-Up Recommendations.

2013Becoming Citizens, Becoming Community

Dr. Peter Levine, Tufts University/CIRCLE
Dr. Judith Ramaley, Portland State University
Click here to see highlights

2012

Intensifying Impact:  Engagement Matters

For the 10th Anniversary of NC Campus Compact, we combined the annual PACE conference with the Institute to create one celebratory event.

Dr. Caryn McTighe Musil, AAC & U
Chancellor Nancy Cantor, Syracuse University
President Mark Gearan, Hobart and William Smith Colleges
Chancellor Philip Dubois, UNC Charlotte
President Carol Quillen, Queens University of Charlotte
President R. Scott Ralls, NC Community College System

 2011A Deep Commitment to Our Communities: Anchor Institutions, Engagement and Collaboration Dr. Cathy Burack, Brandeis University
Hillary Kane, PHENND
Dr. David Maurrasse, Marga Incorporated
 
 2010Civic Engagement Through Social Entrepreneurship Dr. Brett Smith, Miami University
Al Delia, Senior Advisor to NC Governor Bev Perdue
Dan Gerlach, President of the Golden Leaf Foundation
Judith Cone, UNC Chapel Hill, Special Assistant to the Chancellor for Innovation and Entrepreneurship
 
  2009Next Generation Success: Retention and Civic Engagement Dr. James H. Johnson,William R. Kenan Jr. Distinguished Professor of entrepreneurship and director of the Urban Investment Strategies Center, UNC Chapel Hill
Wayne Meisel, President of the Corella and Bertram F. Bonner Foundation
Robyn Hadley, Executive Director of "What's After High School?"
 
2008
 
Community Partners as Co-Educators Dr. Kenneth Reardon, Cornell University
Dr. Tania Mitchell, Stanford University
 
2007Developing and Expanding International Service-Learning on Your Campus Dr. Barbara Holland, Director of the National Service-Learning Clearinghouse
Dr. Richard Kiely, Cornell University
Dr. Maureen Porter, University of Pittsburgh
Dr. Kalyan Ray, International Partnership for Service-Learning and Leadership
Dr. Humphrey Tonkin, University Professsor of the Humanities and President Emeritus of the University of Hartford


Contact Leslie Garvin for more information.