Each semester the Nashman Center hosts the Symposium on Community Engaged Scholarship, an afternoon for students, faculty, and community partners to share and reflect upon their experiences. During the Showcase Session, student presentations describe the nature of their community engagement during the semester, in terms of:
the outcomes for the community,
the outcomes on their own learning and growth, and
what they believe the general public needs to know about the issue they addressed or the community they worked with.
To prepare a Showcase Session presentation, it is important to keep in mind a few key aspects of the context of this portion of the Symposium.Read More