Moseley 215 - 1:40 to 2:40 pm
Note: Faculty may have free lunch in Harden before the session or bring lunch from Octagon
Join the Council on Civic Engagement and the Office of Civic Engagement for a Numen Lumen discussion about how Elon is meeting its civic engagement mission. The session will focus on questions including:
- Why is civic engagement important on Elon’s campus?
- How does civic engagement intersect with education?
- What are the potential outcomes of this work for students? faculty? staff?
- What kind of support is needed from the Council on Civic Engagement and the Office of Civic Engagement?
The session will include brief presentations by Shane Anthony Morris (‘10, International Studies/Sociology) and three faculty – Glenda Crawford (Professor of Education), April Post (Lecturer in Spanish), and Heidi Frontani (Professor of Geography).
Before the Numen Lumen on Friday, October 2, you may have lunch in Harden Dining Hall (east section will be reserved) or pick up your lunch in Moseley’s Octagon Café and take it upstairs to room 215 for informal conversation with colleagues before the session starts at 1:40 p.m.