A Year in Review is a new initiative of the Honey W. Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service, which will share the narratives of the community engaged work across GW. Our goal is to deepen the discourse about public service, underscore our shared commitment to community engagement and share important stories from the campus and community.
A Year in Review: Curricular Engagement Magazine will feature the stories of GW’s exemplars of engaged scholarship, highlighting:
- Community Based Participatory Research
- Engaged Teaching
- Academic/Community Partnerships
- Our Students’ Engaged Work
On a rolling basis until February 22, 2016, the Nashman Center will be asking for your help as we gather these stories. Please consider submitting a brief narrative about your service-learning course or community based research project. You might encourage your students to submit reflective course work describing their journey in service-learning. Perhaps your community partners may submit a piece describing academic service from their perspectives.
More details on the submission process to come – for now, please consider how you might share your story.