You and your students can be involved in this GW tradition celebrating the farmworker's movement and honoring these social change makers. You can learn more about the events for Chavez Huerta Itliong Day by subscribing to their newsletter and following them on twitter @chidayGW! Want to engage even more? Check out the learning and service opportunities with Operacion Impacto https://givepul.se/akkbmRead More
If you have students in your undergraduate or graduate courses who would be a great fit for positions at Nashman (including federal work study) please have them apply!
Students access the application here 2019-2020 Nashman Center Student Leader Application and can find the job descriptions here: Documents tab on GWServesRead More
Do you have students from Community Engaged Scholarship Courses with presentations to share?
Registrations and workshop proposals for the 2019 Active Citizens Conference are now being accepted. This is a student-focused conference for educating, uniting, and inspiring active citizenship. The conference is close enough to make transportation costs low and will be held Saturday, March 23 at William & Mary.Read More
We look forward to seeing you at our Spring, 2019 Events:
Featured Speaker Dr. John Saltmarsh on Community-Engaged Scholarship
January 30th, 9-10:45am
Community-Engaged Scholarship and Activist Movements: Making the Connection
February 27th, 9:30-10:45am
The History of Inequity in Washington, DC: What Community-Engaged Scholars Need to Know
March 27th, 9:30-10:45am
Spring 2019 Symposium on Community-Engaged Scholarship
Friday, April 26th, Noon - 3:30 pm, Marvin Center, 3rd floor
Calling all faculty and students who are finishing Community Engaged Scholarship classes or have new research to present as a result of past courses and projects-Colorado State University has a call for proposals for their “Deepening our Roots: Advancing Community Engagement in High Education Conference” see video for more information!
The Symposium was a success and we want to thank the students, faculty and community partners who spent the afternoon learning from and engaging with each other! Everyone learned a great deal from the presenters, Dr. Jacobsen’s Theater Students gave the audience a new way to think about immigration with their presentation, the showcases from community engaged courses highlighted the service, research, learning and action that students undertook throughout the semester and the concluding panels examined community engaged scholarship in depth- all great examples of engagement with our community and our scholarship.
If you missed the symposium check out the great people who presented here: https://www.gwnashmancenter.org/symposium/
Two of our presenters-Dr. Imani Cheers’ class and Gillian Joseph 2018-2019 Knapp Fellowship Winner have websites to share with us in case you missed their sessions at the symposium or wanted to learn more here they are https://monumedia2018.wixsite.com/home & https://findourwomen.org/
Do you have scholarship to share? Mark your calendar for the spring symposium on April 26, 2019!
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.Read More
KACIF is a great way for students to get support with funding to help offset the expenses of unpaid internships in the non-profit or government sectors. Encourage your students to apply and take advantage of great opportunities to gain career experience while at GW!
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 email@example.com
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.Read More