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Concurrent Session E

Wednesday, October 8, 2014 8:45 - 9:35 AM

  • Assessing Our Way to Win-Win-Win Engaged Scholarship Value Propositions

    • Concurrent Session E1

    Salon 2 at Shaw Conference Centre

    Nancy Franklin, Penn State University Terry R Shupp, Penn State University Jessica H. Arends, Penn State University

  • Changing the way researchers engage in Edinburgh, Scotland

    • Concurrent Session E2

    Salon 3 at Shaw Conference Centre

    Heather Rea, The University of Edinburgh

  • Latin Students: Why should Universities care? Oregon State and North Carolina

    • Concurrent Session E3

    Salon 4 at Shaw Conference Centre

    Jeff Sherman, Oregon State University Ana Gomez, Oregon State University Ron Mize, Oregon State University Cintia Aguilar, North Carolina State University Emily Henry, Oregon State University Diana Urieta, North Carolina State University

  • Grocery Shopping in the Inner City: The Good Food, Healthy Families Study

    • Concurrent Session E4

    Salon 5 at Shaw Conference Centre

    Rachel Engler-Stringer, University of Saskatchewan

  • Deeper Collaboration for Better Outcomes

    • Concurrent Session E4

    Salon 5 at Shaw Conference Centre

    Jill Pentimonti, The Ohio State University's Crane Center for Early Childhood Research and Policy Alex Barkley, Community Properties of Ohio Management Services

  • The development of a service-learning model for design disciplines

    • Concurrent Session E5

    Salon 6 at Shaw Conference Centre

    Sauman Chu, University of Minnesota Pat Hemmis, University of Minnesota

  • Public Interest Design: Connecting Teaching, Research, and Scholarship through Engagement

    • Concurrent Session E5

    Salon 6 at Shaw Conference Centre

    Nadia M. Anderson, Iowa State University

  • Design Pedagogy as a Means for Community Engagement

    • Concurrent Session E5

    Salon 6 at Shaw Conference Centre

    Travis Hicks, University of North Carolina at Greensboro Rebekah Ison Radtke, University of Kentucky

  • Community Engagement Journal Editors Panel

    • Concurrent Session E7

    Salon 8 at Shaw Conference Centre

    TBC

  • Participatory Decision-making on Sustainable Utilization of a Community-based Resource Centre

    • Concurrent Session E8

    Salon 9 at Shaw Conference Centre

    Beata Kilonzo, Institute for Rural Development, University of Venda Joseph Francis, Institute for Rural Development, University of Venda Brilliant Makhubele, Institute for Rural Development, University of Venda Pfarelo C. Siebani, Institute for Rural Development, University of Venda

  • The University as an Agent of Peace

    • Concurrent Session E9

    Salon 10 at Shaw Conference Centre

    Charles Reith, American University of Nigeria

  • Austin Peace Builders - Intergenerational Community Building

    • Concurrent Session E9

    Salon 10 at Shaw Conference Centre

    Kristin Bodiford, Dominican University Graduate School of Social Work

  • Now What? Making community engagement portfolios work on your campus

    • Concurrent Session E10

    Salon 11 at Shaw Conference Centre

    Diane Doberneck, Michigan State University

  • Vang: A Drama about Recent Immigrant Farmers

    • Concurrent Session E11

    Salon 12 at Shaw Conference Centre

    Dennis Chamberlin, Iowa State University Mary Swander, Iowa State University Matt Foss, University of Idaho

  • Leveraging the Power of Stories to Educate Global Social Innovators

    • Concurrent Session E12

    Salon 13/14 at Shaw Conference Centre

    Khanjan Mehta, Penn State

  • Global Service-Learning Pedagogy and Practice: A Curricular Approach

    • Concurrent Session E12

    Salon 13/14 at Shaw Conference Centre

    Michael Hess, Ohio University Sharon L Reynolds, Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine Diana L. Marvel, Ohio University Virginia D Sellers, Ohio University

  • The Energy of Collaboration: The St. Thomas University/Haiti-Tec Solar Partnership

    • Concurrent Session E12

    Salon 13/14 at Shaw Conference Centre

    Anthony Vinciguerra, St. Thomas University Wendy Bourgault, St. Thomas University

  • Tracking and Rewarding Student Engagement

    • Concurrent Session E13

    Salon 15/16 at Shaw Conference Centre

    Ann H. Taylor, Penn State University Jeff W Garis, Penn State University

  • Building and Sustaining Community Engagement Across Multiple Courses and Programs

    • Concurrent Session E13

    Salon 15/16 at Shaw Conference Centre

    Terry Clements, Virginia Tech Cermetrius L. Bohannon, Virginia Tech

  • Carving Storytelling Spaces: Community Change & Cultural Knowledge

    • Concurrent Session E14

    Salon 17/18 at Shaw Conference Centre

    Ileana Haunani Ruelas, University of Hawaii - School of Hawaiian Knowledge Sanoe Marfil, Institute for Native Pacific Education and Culture Maenette Benham, University of Hawaii - School of Hawaiian Knowledge

  • Addicts, Aged: Where the Rubber Meets the Reflective Road

    • Concurrent Session E14

    Salon 17/18 at Shaw Conference Centre

    Judith Bachay, St. Thomas University Keiley Lizbetg, St. Thomas University Wanda Torres -Contres, St. Monica Gardens Stephanie Diaz, St. Thomas University Lizbeth Keiley Isabelle Soto Noriega

  • Just Stories: The Classroom as a Civic Media Maker Space

    • Concurrent Session E14

    Salon 17/18 at Shaw Conference Centre

    J. Michael Lyons, Saint Joseph's University

  • Engaging on the outside: Perspectives from non-academic organizations in Alberta and implications for educational programming and scholarship

    • Concurrent Session E15

    Salon 19/20 at Shaw Conference Centre

    Mary Beckie, Faculty of Extension, University of Alberta Tania Kajner, Faculty of Education, University of Alberta Nicole Nosworthy, University of Alberta

  • Improving Engagement in Community-Based Research: Vulnerable Families Speak Up

    • Concurrent Session E15

    Salon 19/20 at Shaw Conference Centre

    Laurie Schnirer, University of Alberta/Community-University Partnership for the Study of Children, Youth, and Families Holly Stack-Cutler, University of Alberta/Community-University Partnership for the Study of Children, Youth, and Families

  • Being 'Engaged', Already: The Effects and Implications of Being an 'Engaged' Community

    • Concurrent Session E15

    Salon 19/20 at Shaw Conference Centre

    Kyle Whitfield, Univ. of Alberta-F of Extension