Update: Please note this event has been cancelled. This topic will be presented at another time.
The Honey W. Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service hosts this opportunity for GW faculty to attend a Conversation on Community-Engaged Scholarship about the Public Dissemination of Students’ Community-Engaged Scholarship.
- Wednesday, Nov 8th, 9:30-10:45am
- Gelman Library, 1st floor, National Churchill Library and Center
A light breakfast is provided, please RSVP here, and share with colleagues! [RSVP Link]
Dr. Phyllis Ryder, author of Rhetorics for Community Action and leading scholar of service-learning in composition and rhetorics of democracy will open the discussion by describing how the design of her course assignments facilitates public dissemination of students’ engaged scholarship.
Dr. Christopher Klemek, associate professor in the department of history will describe the dissemination of his students’ work online, through the Digital DC project. Dr. Klemek received Trachtenberg Prize for Teaching Excellence in 2016.
Public dissemination of students' community-engaged scholarship is one of the six standards of Nashman Community-Engaged Scholarship Courses. Join us to learn about and share a variety of ways this can be accomplished.
The monthly Conversations on Community-Engaged Scholarship Series invites GW faculty to join their colleagues for discussions that cross disciplines and connect our work to the priorities and needs in our communities. This event is hosted in partnership with the National Churchill Library and Center, Gelman Library.