The UNI Community Engagement Committee is sponsoring a campus conversation on community engagement at UNI on
Tuesday, November 19, at St. Stephen the Witness Student Center.
The event is being funded by a Bringing Theory to Practice Civic Seminar grant from the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AACU).
The conversation will be facilitated by Dr. Mary Ellen Carroll, Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs/Dean of Experiential Learning, Loras College.
UNI President Bill Rudd will present a welcome.
Questions for the conversation include the following:
- How does community engagement support the mission of the University?
- How can our community engagement activities be leveraged to best meet our desired outcomes?
- How does our commitment to serving the region and beyond help to distinguish the student learning experience at UNI?
Details for the event:
The event open by registration to UNI faculty, staff, and students.
Registration and coffee: 8:30-9 a.m.
Conversation: 9 a.m.-Noon
Because the conversation will follow a sequential path, participants are asked to attend the entire session.
To register, e-mail Kim Heffernan-Moss with the following information in your e-mail. Spaces are limited, so register soon. There is no cost other than time and an interest in community engagement to take part in this conversation. Respondents will be contacted when their registration is confirmed.
I would like to register for the UNI Conversation on Community Engagement from 9-noon on November 19, at St. Stephen the Witness Student Center. I understand that participants are asked to attend for the entire conversation and that spaces are limited.
Questions about the event?
Contact Donna Vinton.