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* Civic Engagement SummitCivic Engagement Summit

Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin Campus Compacts invite you to present and join us for the inaugural Upper Midwest Civic Engagement Summit, June 5-6, 2012 at Macalester College in St. Paul Minnesota. The Summit will provide opportunities for faculty, professional staff, student and community leaders interested in higher education civic engagement activities to network and learn from one another while engaging in skill-building sessions as well as discussing challenging issues facing our communities and campuses.

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* Civic Engagement SummitCivic Engagement Summit

Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin Campus Compacts invite you to present and join us for the inaugural Upper Midwest Civic Engagement Summit, June 5-6, 2012 at Macalester College in St. Paul Minnesota. The Summit will provide opportunities for faculty, professional staff, student and community leaders interested in higher education civic engagement activities to network and learn from one another while engaging in skill-building sessions as well as discussing challenging issues facing our communities and campuses.

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* Civic Engagement Admin. Conf. Civic Engagement Admin. Conf.

NC Campus Compact’s 2012 Civic Engagement Administrator Conference (CEAC) “Measuring and Monitoring Civic Engagement” Featuring Dr. Barbara Holland Monday, June 11th (9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.) at East Carolina University, Greenville, NC -or- Wednesday, June 13th (9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.) at Queens University of Charlotte, Charlotte, NC This event is designed for higher education civic engagement practitioners and those who can help implement civic engagement assessment strategies. Choose the location that is best for you and bring a team: civic engagement administrators, Institutional Research, student and academic affairs, and economic development or extension folks working in the community. Visit the CEAC website for more details and to register. Registration closes May 23, 2012.

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* Civic Engagement Admin. Conf. Civic Engagement Admin. Conf.

NC Campus Compact’s 2012 Civic Engagement Administrator Conference (CEAC) “Measuring and Monitoring Civic Engagement” Featuring Dr. Barbara Holland Monday, June 11th (9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.) at East Carolina University, Greenville, NC -or- Wednesday, June 13th (9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.) at Queens University of Charlotte, Charlotte, NC This event is designed for higher education civic engagement practitioners and those who can help implement civic engagement assessment strategies. Choose the location that is best for you and bring a team: civic engagement administrators, Institutional Research, student and academic affairs, and economic development or extension folks working in the community.

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* SOCHE 6S ConferenceSOCHE 6S Conference

DAYTON, Ohio (April 19, 2012) - SOCHE is hosting the Ohio Student Affairs Conference, June 14 and 15, 2012 at Wright State University. The theme is Strategic Student Services, Sustained Student Success (6S). Featured speakers include renowned educators Vincent Tinto, distinguished university professor at Syracuse University, Adrianna Kezara, associate professor of higher education at the University of Southern California, and Estela López, Senior Program Associate at Excelencia in Education. SOCHE conferences also feature local, regional, and statewide presentations. The 6S conference will include more than 30 unique presentations from faculty, administrators, and students from across Ohio and other areas of the Midwest. The topics are abundant and diverse, covering: campus collaboration; change management; gender equity; organizational behavior; the role of cultural centers; serving students with disabilities; strategic planning in student services; student engagement, retention, and completion; and others pertaining to student success. Abstracts of the presentations can be read in full, along with the conference schedule and registration information, at www.soche.org.

* Strategic Student ServicesStrategic Student Services

The Ohio Student Affairs Conference combines a variety of SOCHE's past reoccurring events. Instead of scheduling throughout the academic year, we've combined these programs into a two-day all-inclusive learning opportunity for college and university faculty and staff in the state of Ohio. This conference is for people who are interested in learning about the impact of student services in student success. Additionally, the keynote address, interactive roundtables, breakout sessions, and special topic sessions cover diverse subject areas, all integrating strategies for student success. June 14 & 15, 2012 Wright State University Student Union

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* OHCampus Compact Board MeetingOHCampus Compact Board Meeting

Board meeting held at Denison University- Doane Hall, 2nd Floor. 10:30a.m.- 2:30p.m. Lunch served at 12 p.m.

* SOCHE 6S ConferenceSOCHE 6S Conference

DAYTON, Ohio (April 19, 2012) - SOCHE is hosting the Ohio Student Affairs Conference, June 14 and 15, 2012 at Wright State University. The theme is Strategic Student Services, Sustained Student Success (6S). Featured speakers include renowned educators Vincent Tinto, distinguished university professor at Syracuse University, Adrianna Kezara, associate professor of higher education at the University of Southern California, and Estela López, Senior Program Associate at Excelencia in Education. SOCHE conferences also feature local, regional, and statewide presentations. The 6S conference will include more than 30 unique presentations from faculty, administrators, and students from across Ohio and other areas of the Midwest. The topics are abundant and diverse, covering: campus collaboration; change management; gender equity; organizational behavior; the role of cultural centers; serving students with disabilities; strategic planning in student services; student engagement, retention, and completion; and others pertaining to student success. Abstracts of the presentations can be read in full, along with the conference schedule and registration information, at www.soche.org.

* Strategic Student ServicesStrategic Student Services

The Ohio Student Affairs Conference combines a variety of SOCHE's past reoccurring events. Instead of scheduling throughout the academic year, we've combined these programs into a two-day all-inclusive learning opportunity for college and university faculty and staff in the state of Ohio. This conference is for people who are interested in learning about the impact of student services in student success. Additionally, the keynote address, interactive roundtables, breakout sessions, and special topic sessions cover diverse subject areas, all integrating strategies for student success. June 14 & 15, 2012 Wright State University Student Union

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* VISTA Banquet DateVISTA Banquet Date

Held at the Welsh Hills Room on Denison's Campus From 4p.m. to 10p.m.

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 OCC and the Fair Elections Legal Network to host FREE webinar on Ohio-student voting rights August 13

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OCC and Fair Elections Legal Network to host FREE webinar August 13 on student voting rights

Join OCC and FELN for an Ohio-specific webinar on student voting rights Aug. 13. This state-specific webinar on student voting rights and campus democratic engagement activities best practices! Fair Elections Legal Network through its Campus Vote Project in conjunction with The Democracy Commitment and Ohio Campus Compact’s Campus Election Engagement Project will be hosting a webinar Wednesday, August 13, at 1 p.m. that will cover the basics of registering and voting in Ohio, what types of non-partisan activities administrators and faculty can engage in, and best practices for democratic engagement activities. We will also have a Q&A session. Students have traditionally been underrepresented in elections. In the last midterm elections...
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2nd Annual Pen to Paper Academic Writing Retreat Registration Now Open

Indiana Campus Compact is partnering with the International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement (IARSLCE) to host our 2nd Annual Academic Writing Retreat – Pen to Paper: Writing With, For, and About Service Engagement. This retreat will occur July 24-25, 2014, in Henryville, Indiana (about 40 minutes north of Louisville, KY). We are delighted this partnership has come to fruition, and we see this as a great opportunity for Campus Compact to continue a partnership with IARSLCE in a meaningful way that contributes to the field and continues to produce and support engaged scholars from each of our states.  Other journals...
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Otterbein University Students Pay it Forward to Licking County nonprofits

Otterbein University students in 4 courses had the opportunity to work in Licking County through the Pay it Forward initiative, made possible in 2012-13 by the Lindorf Family Foundation and the Alford Family Donor Advised Endowment Fund of the Licking County Foundation. Check out this great video from one of Shirine Mafi’s management courses at...
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OCC featured in Ohio Nonprofit Appreciation Week 2014 Video

Did you know there are over 14,000 nonprofit organizations in Ohio? OCC staff and Connect2Complete VISTAs Christina Perry (Owens Community College) and Jessica Harding (Marietta College) have 15 seconds of fame in the Ohio Association of Nonprofit Organization’s Nonprofit Appreciation Week video. The video was created to celebrate nonprofits across Ohio. The Ohio Nonprofit Appreciation Week was in May 2014. View the video here, OCC’s portion is around the 12-minute...
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First Annual Ohio Hunger Dialogue September 26-27

Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to talk hunger in Ohio and nationally, September 26-27, 2014 at Walsh University! Walsh University’s Office of Global Learning and Office of Service Learning, in conjunction with Ohio Campus Compact, invite university administrators, faculty, and students to join with community partners and the general public in a dialogue to address issues of hunger in our local and global communities. The goal of this dialogue will be to seek solutions to domestic and global hunger through the teaching, research, and service activities of Ohio’s colleges and universities. Conference features include: Keynote speaker Ambassador Tony Hall, Three-Time Nobel...
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We’re hiring!

Connect2Complete students from Owens Community College help preschoolers with pumpkin painting in fall 2012 Ohio Campus Compact seeks Connect2Complete Program Director The Connect2Complete program’s goal is to improve student retention and graduation rates of low-socioeconomic status and underrepresented college students through a unique combination of peer advocacy and community engagement activities. The OCC Connect2Complete Program Director is responsible for the continued development, coordination and oversight of the C2C program. This will be a part-time consulting position for several months, with the potential for full-time employment in the fall of 2014. Reporting directly to the Executive Director of Ohio Campus Compact, the Program Director will provide leadership and strategic focus for all project activities and...
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Science Education for New Civic Engagements and Responsibilities

May 30 conference focuses on shale gas extraction and Great Lakes stewardship The SENCER Great Lakes Center for Innovation (SCI-Great Lakes) has announced it is offering a conference that will focus on integrating a major Great Lakes stewardship issue, the problem of shale gas extraction, into undergraduate STEM courses using the SENCER and GLISTEN models of learning through civic engagement.   Friday, May 30, 2014 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM Case Western Reserve University Learn more and register Participants in the conference will share curriculum initiatives developed during the GLISTEN program, as well as other environmental service-learning initiatives, from the...
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Work on Purpose training offered May 7

Work on Purpose Curriculum helps to guide students wishing to pursue work with a social impact Ohio Campus Compact members are invited to participate in an all-day, hands-on training session for Echoing Green’s Work on Purpose program and curriculum (http://www.echoinggreen.org/work-on-purpose).  The curriculum is designed to guide individuals who want to pursue work with a social impact. It teaches them to uncover their personal genius and how to apply it to the issues they care about most, develop the boldness and the spirit of risk-taking required to launch a path with purpose, and to create lives and work with meaning. The Work on Purpose...
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Outreach & Engagement mini-workshops May 22

OSU Outreach & Engagement         The Ohio State University Office of Outreach and Engagement and the Engagement Scholarship Consortium (http://engagementscholarship.org/) are co-sponsoring a one-day series of three mini-workshops open to members of Ohio Campus Compact.  May 22, 2014 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Hale Hall, 154 W. 12th Ave., Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio “Building Capacity for Outreach and Engagement Scholarship” includes three 2-hour sessions to enhance capacity for creating and strengthening university-community partnerships and promoting engagement scholarship through teaching, research and service (http://go.osu.edu/oeworkshop). Registration is limited to 50 participants per session, and participants may register for one, two, or all...
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International Service-Learning described as “life-changing”

International S-L image fullsize Ohio Campus Compact to host mini-conference on International Service-Learning on May 8 at Wright State University Fourteen University of Cincinnati recently returned from a spring break service-learning trip to Tanzania.  Among the many words to describe their experience, one was used by virtually every participant:  “life-changing.” The UC African Students Association, a student group that encourages volunteer and study abroad experiences in African countries while promoting educational, social and cultural awareness, organized the trip in partnership with the  nonprofit Village Life Outreach Project.  Founded by UC alumnus Christopher Lewis, the organization focuses on community partnerships as part of its work...
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