Women's Works: Compiled and Directed by Leslie Jacobson

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This event is a celebration of Professor Leslie Jacobson's over 40-year career at GW as a professor of theatre and an advocate for social change through the arts. “Women's Works celebrates theatre's ability to awaken our empathy and inspires us to make positive social change.” Selections from Strangers in Their Own Land, The Body Project, Evil, Vanishing Point, Migratory Tales, The South Africa Projects, A...My Name Is Alice - among other plays and musicals - come together to illuminate the power of story.

March 28, 2019 at 7:30PM
March 29, 2019 at 7:30PM
March 30, 2019 at 5:00 p.m.
March 31, 2019 at 2:00 p.m.

Dorothy Betts Marvin Theatre, Marvin Center

Purchase tickets online here

This production is accompanied by a panel discussion on the power of theatre to be a catalyst for social change. Link here for more information on that event.

Panel Discussion: Theatre as a Catalyst for Change, March 30th

March 30th, 2019, 2:00PM - 4:00PM

Marvin Center, 3rd Floor Amphitheatre

This is a do-not-miss GW event which will explore the potential of theatre as a powerful catalyst for social change. Theatre practitioners will share experiences from their own work in which they have witnessed or experienced the transformational power of theater. The following panelists will continue the conversation: Derek Goldman, Caleen Sinnette Jennings, Leslie Jacobson, Jodi Kanter, and linguist Deborah Tannen. Mary Ellsberg, Director of the Global Women’s Institute will moderate the panel.

Link here for more information.

Following this event, plan to stay for a performance of 'Women's Works' Compiled and directed by Leslie Jacobson from 5-7pm. Link here for more information about this work, as well as other performance times scheduled.

March Conversation on Community-Engaged Scholarship: The History of Inequity in DC - What Community Engaged Scholars Need to Know

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Our March Breakfast Conversation on Community-Engaged Scholarship is coming up next week on March 27th from 9:30 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. in the Winston Churchill Library and Center at Gelman Library. Dr. Maranda Ward will facilitate this Conversation about the history of inequity in Washington, D.C. and our role in partnering with those who are working toward justice. For more information and RSVP, click here.

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Spring 2019 Symposium on Community-Engaged Scholarship

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The Spring 2019 Symposium on Community-Engaged Scholarship is coming up on Friday, April 26th from 12:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. on the 3rd floor of the Marvin Center.

We will be heavily featuring Nashman Affiliated Faculty and the great community-engaged scholarship students have been doing in their classes. For a program and more information, visit our Symposium page here. You can RSVP here.

We’re excited to see you all there on April 26th!

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Higher Learning Research Communications (HLRC) Journal Submissions due May 1

Higher Learning Research Communications (HLRC) journal (https://hlrcjournal.com/index.php/HLRC) is a peer reviewed journal focusing on higher education issues related to higher education and the public good, workplace competency and soft skills development. They publish both studies and essays. Contact Editor-In-Chief Gary J Burkholder, Ph.D.,gary.burkholder@mail.waldenu.edu.

Chavez-Huerta-Itliong Celebration and Call to Action: March 28, 29

You are cordially invited to attend GW’s fourth annual Chavez • Huerta • Itliong Celebration and Call to Action.

The event brings community members together to honor the work, values, and dedication of change agents committed to making the world a better place for all. It is a day where we are encouraged to reflect on our collective responsibility to stand for equity and justice and heed the calls of activists before us to continue the struggle for progress.

This year’s theme is Juntos - Magkasama - Together. It highlights the coalition building and collaboration that is necessary for social movements to create an impact.

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IJRSLCE Call for Papers on Service Learning and Community Engagement

Paper Proposals due May 15th!

IJRSLCE Editorial Board has released a request for manuscripts they are seeking submissions, conveying the extent of scholarship in the field of service-learning and community engagement that represent a range of methodologies.

Author Guidelines are presented on the IJRSLCE website. To submit a manuscript, you must register on the site. Papers are due May 15, 2019. For more details and information, please email Glenn Bowwn (gbowen@barry.edu) and Clayton Hurd (churd@compact.org).

Teagle Foundation Call for Grant Proposals Civic Education and Democracy

Teagle’s call for proposals is out!

The Teagle Foundation’s initiative is “to support and strengthen liberal arts education, which we see as fundamental to meaningful work, effective citizenship, and a fulfilling life.” It seeks to strengthen civic education throughout the undergraduate curriculum and disciplines as a means of challenging and defining American democracy.  

The most successful proposals are expected to transcend additions to the course catalog and mirror an initiative to integrative learning, aiding the student body and capable of being sustained well beyond the distribution of the grant.  See  http://www.teaglefoundation.org/Grants-Initiatives/How-We-Grant/For-Grantseekers-(1) for details on submission.