Welcome Faculty and Staff!

Faculty and staff link community-based work with course content across disciplines, administer a campus’ community engagement work, build community-campus partnerships, further the research and theory associated with this work, and innovate, providing greater opportunities for producing civically-engaged graduates and strengthening communities. NC Campus Compact provides publications, awards, conferences, and innovative programs to resource faculty and staff, and connects those doing similar work across the state, and the country.

NC Campus Compact’s resources and programs targeting faculty and staff:

Partnerships: A Journal of Service-Learning and Civic Engagement
Pathways to Achieving Civic Engagement conference
Civic Engagement Institute
Measuring Community Impact initiative

Network Meetings
Robert L. Sigmon Service-Learning award
Civic Engagement Professional of the Year award
Civic Engagement Risk and Liability resources
Robert L. Sigmon archival collection
William R. Ramsay archival collection
List of journals/publications related to civic engagement in higher education

Click here for additional faculty resources.
Click here for additional staff resources.

 

Speakers Bureau

Nine members of the Central/Southern Campus Compact region (Florida, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Missouri, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, and Tennessee) have collaborated to establish and share a Speakers Bureau for civic engagement. Hosted online at http://ccspeakersbureau.org, the website is maintained by the Oklahoma Campus Compact state office.

Purpose

The purpose of the Speakers Bureau is to provide member institutions of Campus Compact access to expertise on subjects in civic engagement and academic service, either from within the institution's state or from within the region. 
 
Process

All speakers listed are approved by their respective state Campus Compact office. Institutions will contact potential speakers directly. Speakers will negotiate their own arrangements and may charge fees or expense reimbursement. No state Campus Compact will receive any type of payment.