Follow-up: Conversation on Gender-Based Harassment at Service Site

The November 14th, Conversation on Community-Engaged Scholarship was about gender-based harassment or assault in the context of service sites. Several faculty have recently had students express discomfort from experiencing unwanted attention while at their service-site. This Conversation was intended to be the first of many discussions about how to respond and how to proactively prepare students to feel more comfortable communicating their boundaries, particularly in the context of the service relationship.

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Encourage Undergraduates to Submit Papers for Publication

The International Undergraduate Journal for Service-learning, Leadership and Social Change has a call for papers.  You can view the Journal at http://opus.govst.edu/iujsl/ 

The Journal is dedicated to providing undergraduate students a venue to discuss their service-learning projects and experiences.   

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New Course, The Autism Experience: A Public Health Perspective

PUBH 6299. 13 The Autism Experience: A Public Health Perspective

2 credit hours Friday, 10:10am - noon

Open to graduate and upper level undergraduate students

Instructor, Sean D. Cleary, PhD, MPH, Associate Professor of Epidemiology sdcleary@gwu.edu

A public health perspective of the autism experience is explored through service learning and community participatory research methods engaging autistic young adults, their parents, researchers, clinicians and other service providers. The course covers the science, viewpoints, and experience of autism with a focus on young adults transitioning to adulthood. Collaboratively with community advocates, students will explore research relevant to the autistic community.

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Storytelling as Scholarship: Exploring Digital Stories, PhotoVoice and Other Methods

The 2019 Nashman Faculty Learning Communities (FLC) are forming now. These small inter-disciplinary/inter-professional groups meet monthly for one year to discuss and learn collectively about their topic of interest. All GW faculty and administrators are welcome. Click here for information about other FLC's forming for 2019.

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Faculty Learning Community: Community-Engaged Scholarship in Online Courses

The 2019 Nashman Faculty Learning Communities (FLC) are forming now. These small inter-disciplinary/inter-professional groups meet monthly for one year to discuss and learn collectively about their topic of interest. All GW faculty and administrators are welcome. Click here for information about other FLC's forming for 2019.

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Welcome Back Breakfast Conversation and Resources for 2018-2019!

Welcome Back Breakfast Conversation and Resources for 2018-2019!

Nashman Center and the National Churchill Library and Center at the Gelman Library hosted faculty for our first Breakfast Conversation on Community-Engaged Scholarship of the 2018-2019 school year! We were happy to welcome back our diverse, talented group of faculty to GW and make everyone aware of new ways we can support and promote their work this year. Click below for more information about our event and accessing support materials that were presented!

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Student Waivers for Community Engaged Scholarship Courses on GWServes

Get ready for Syllabus Week in your CES courses-deadline for student waiver completion to Nashman Center October 1st

Students participating in onsite service as part of their coursework need to fill out waivers. Waiver forms can be found on GWServes click here for link. Faculty collect forms, scan and email them to the Nashman Center or place paper copies in campus mail to the Honey Nashman Center 837 22nd St NW Attn: Wendy Wagner. Forms are due October 1st - or before students begin service. Have a great Syllabus Week!

GW School of Medicine Fall 2018 Courses: Urban Community Health & Health Disparities and Human Rights

Great opportunities for undergraduates this fall who are interested in health equity coursework from GW's School of Medicine and Health Sciences! Dr. Maranda Ward a former Knapp Fellow and member of Nashman's Faculty Learning Community is offering these classes-encourage your students who may seek careers in health fields or non profits to take a look.

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