Highlights from the 2019-2020 Academic Year

June 2, 2017
Campus Compact for Southern New England continues to focus on making an impact through civic learning and democratic engagement, publicly engaged scholarship and practice, and institutional action & partnerships.

Events organized or co-sponsored

local or regional network meetings

attendees at events & meetings

institutions & organizations represented

Resource Development & Dissemination

  • Promoted approximately 339 unique professional development, publication, and grant opportunities sponsored by the Compact and/or partners via our communications.
  • Organized 10 virtual meetings involving 233 participants and created a COVID-19 Response online resource hub for community and civic engagement.

Training & Professional Learning Opportunities

  • Co-organized three faculty workshops community-engaged scholarship engaging 190 participants representing 52 higher education institutions and 20+ partner organizations.
  • Co-organized a Deliberative Pedagogy Institute to promote engaged learning through dialogue and deliberation that included 81 participants representing 27 campuses and 9 community partner organizations.
  • Co-sponsored Thriving During the 2020 Election Season, a planning session for maximizing student engagement and learning which included 63 participants representing 29 campuses.

Capacity Building

  • Developed strategic partnerships with X community organization?
  • Deployed 35 VISTA members serving at 29 host sites working issues of educational equity for low-income students in K-12 and higher education.
  • Completed a three-year project with Maine Campus Compact funded by the Davis Educational Foundation focused on developing community-engaged courses addressing environmental education. Over its 3-years, 28 courses engaged 27 faculty, 350+ students, and 25 community partners.
  • Completed 38 consultations and 25 campus visits with community engagement faculty/staff and senior campus leaders.

Networking & Field Leadership

  • Our Community Engagement Professionals Network organized 9 regional meetings which engaged 128 people representing 48 institutions.
  • Launched our inaugural Leadership Board which provides strategic direction and support to the work of CCSNE.
  • Empowered 24 campus representatives through volunteer leadership positions that directly shape and lead our programming locally and regionally.
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