Schedule

2018 Schedule TBA


2017 Schedule

*Please download the full schedule for 2017.

Tuesday 5/9

Pebble Hill

8:30 - Arrival/Continental Breakfast/Registration/Survey Distribution
9:00 - Welcome and Overview of Program: Structure, Materials, Objectives, and Assessment
9:20 -  Introductory/Networking Activity
10:20 - BREAK
10:30 - What is Civic Engagement?
11:00 - Who are the People in your Classroom? Profiles of Today's College Students
11:30 - Syllabi Sharing and Group Discussion
12:30 - LUNCH
1:15 - Working with Mentors
2:30 - BREAK and Tour of Historic Pebble Hill Home
3:00 - Planning a Course and Syllabi Building: How Civic Engagement can be Added to Your Syllabi
3:30 - Discussing Civic Engagement Assessment Rubrics
3:40 - Article Discussion/Wrap-up
4:30 - Evening Reception with Community Partners
*Turn in Surveys*
*Dinner on Your Own*
*Plan to wear hiking clothes for site visit tomorrow*

Wednesday 5/10

Tichenor Hall 310

8:30 - Arrival/Continental Breakfast/Survey Distribution
9:00 - Integrating Teaching, Research, and Outreach: A Framework for Scholarship, Tenure, and Promotion Strategies
9:30 - Visit to the Lab for Usability, Communication, Interaction, and Accessibility (LUCIA)
10:20 - Return to Tichenor Hall 310
10:30 - Keynote Speaker via Skype Dr. Kevin Bott
11:10 - ACE Alumni Award Presentation
11:30 - LUNCH and Preparation for Community Partner Site Visits
12:30 - Walk from Tichenor Hall to Student Center Bus Terminal
12:45 - Tiger Transit buses leave Auburn Student Center and go to Tuskegee
1:30 - Visit the George Washington Carver Museum and "The Oaks," Home of Booker T. Washington
2:10 - Travel via Tiger Transit to the home of Dr. Muhjah Shakir
2:30 - Visit Dr. Shakir's land
4:00 - Return via buses to Auburn University Student Center
*Turn in Surveys*
*Dinner on Your Own*

Thursday 5/11

Pebble Hill

8:30 - Arrival/Continental Breakfast/Survey Distribution
9:00 - Hands-on Syllabi Revising Workshop
10:00 - Resources for Engagement: Grants and Research, Networking and Memberships and presentations from CCE Grant Recipients
11:00 - BREAK
11:15 - Writing Grant Proposal Activity
12:30 - LUNCH
1:15 - Student Involvement
2:00 - Interactive Session with Mentors and Students
2:30 - BREAK
2:40 - Leveraging Alumni for Student Learning
3:10 - Concluding Discussion and Remarks, Certificate Presentations and Group Picture
*Turn in Surveys*


2016 Schedule

*Please download the full schedule for 2016.

Tuesday 5/10

8:30 - Arrival/Breakfast/Registration/Survey Distribution
9:00 - Welcome and Introductions
9:30 - ACE Overview: Structure, Materials, Objectives, and Assessment
9:50 - What is Civic Engagement?
10:50 - BREAK
11:00 - Who are the People in your Classroom? Profiles of Today's College Students
12:00 - LUNCH
1:00 - Syllabi Sharing and Group Discussion
1:50 - Working with Mentors
2:30 - BREAK and Tour of Historic Pebble Hill Home
3:00 - Planning a Course and Syllabi Building: How Civic Engagement can be Added to Your Syllabi
4:00 - Assessment Tips and Rubrics
4:15 - Article Discussion/Wrap-up
*Turn in Surveys*
*Dinner on Your Own*

Wednesday 5/11

8:30 - Arrival/Breakfast/Survey Distribution
9:00 - Integrating Teaching, Research, and Outreach: A Framework for Scholarship, Tenure, and Promotion Strategies
9:30 - Special Introduction of Keynote Speaker
10:00 - Keynote Speaker Dr. Amy Koritz
11:00 - BREAK
11:10 - Engaged Scholars and Community Partner Data Base
12:00 - LUNCH
12:45 - Site Visits to Campus Kitchens Project and Opelika Main Street
*Turn in Surveys*
*Dinner on Your Own*

Thursday 5/12

8:30 - Arrival/Breakfast/Survey Distribution
9:00 - Hands-on Syllabi Revising Workshop
10:15 - BREAK
10:30 - Resources for Engagement: Grants and Research, Networking and Memberships and presentations from CCE Grant Recipients
12:00 - LUNCH
1:00 - Interactive Session with Mentors and Students
2:15 - Student Involvement: Social Entrepreneurship and Civic Fellowship
3:00 - BREAK
3:15 - Leveraging Alumni for Student Learning
3:45 - Concluding Discussion and Remarks
*Turn in Surveys*
4:30 - Closing Reception, Certificate Presentations, and Group Picture


2015 Schedule

*Please download the full schedule for 2015.

Monday 5/11

8:30 - Arrival/Breakfast/Registration/Survey Distribution
9:00 - Welcome and Introductions
9:30 - Overview and Objectives of ACE, Materials, and Faculty Toolkit
9:50 - What is Civic Engagement?
10:50 - BREAK
11:00 - Who are the People in your Classroom? Profiles of Today's College Students
12:00 - LUNCH
1:00 - Syllabi Sharing and Group Discussion
2:00 - Working with Mentors
2:40 - BREAK
3:00 - Planning a Course: How Civic Engagement can be Added to Your Syllabi
4:00 - Assessment Tips and Rubrics
4:15 - Article Discussion/Wrap-up
*Turn in Surveys*
*Dinner on Your Own*

Tuesday 5/12

8:30 - Arrival/Breakfast/Survey Distribution
9:00 - Integrating Teaching, Research, and Outreach: A Framework for Scholarship, Tenure, and Promotion Strategies
9:30 - Keynote Speaker: Dr. Tami Moore
10:50 - BREAK
11:00 - Panel Discussion with Engaged Scholars
12:00 - LUNCH
1:15 - Site Visit to Notasulga School
*Turn in Surveys*
*Dinner on Your Own*

Wednesday 5/13

8:30 - Arrival/Breakfast/Survey Distribution
9:00 - ACE Award Presentations
10:15 - BREAK
10:30 - Resources for Engagement: Grants and Research, Networking and Memberships and presentations from CCE Grant Recipients
12:00 - LUNCH
1:00 - Social Entrepreneurship and International Initiatives
1:30 - Hands-on Syllabi Revising Workshop
2:30 - BREAK
2:45 - Citizen Alum at Auburn University
3:00 - Concluding Remarks/Certificate Presentation/Group Picture
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5:00 - Closing Reception and Networking Social, AUHCC Terrace Room


2014 Schedule

*Please download the full schedule for 2014.

Sunday 5/11

2:30 - Brainstorming with Imagining America Representative
3:30 - Education and Civic Commitment Discussion (with k-12 Teachers, Engaged Scholars, & Civic Key Players)
5:30 - Pre-Academy Reception

Monday 5/12

8:30 - Arrival/Refreshments/Registration
9:00 - Welcome and Introductions
9:30 - Overview and Objectives of ACP, Materials, and Faculty Toolkit
9:50 - What is Civic Professionalism? What is Professionalism in the Liberal Arts?
10:40 - BREAK
10:50 - Keynote Speaker: Harry Boyte - "Democracy's Education - Reinventing Citizenship as Public Work"
12:00 - LUNCH
1:00 - Who are the People in your Classroom? Profiles of Today's College Students
2:00 - Civic Professionalism and the Job Market: Helping Students See the Big Picture
2:30 - How to Use Social Media as a Professor and as a Connection with Community Partners
3:00 - BREAK
3:10 - Planning a Course: How Civic Professionalism can be Added to your Syllabi
4:00 - Assessment Tips
4:15 - Article Discussion/Wrap-up
*dinner on own*

Tuesday 5/13

8:30 - Arrival/Refreshments
9:00 - Integrating Teaching, Research, and Outreach: A Framework for Scholarship, Tenure, and Promotion Strategies
9:30 - Keynote Speaker: Julie Hatcher - "Developing Civic-Minded Professionals: Findings from Research and Implications for Good Practice"
10:50 - BREAK
11:00 - Hands-on Syllabi Building/Revising
12:00 - LUNCH
1:30 - Site Visits: Auburn Campus and Auburn Local Partners.
*dinner on own*

Wednesday 5/14

8:30 - Arrival/Refreshments
9:00 - ACP Award Presentations
10:00 - BREAK
10:10 - Keynote Speaker: Lorraine McIlrath - "Narrative and the Civic Professional – A Personal Reflection on Campus Cartography"
11:30 - Resources for Engagement: Grants and Research, Networking and Memberships
12:00 - LUNCH
1:00 - Panel Discussion with Engaged Scholars, Social Entrepreneurs, and International Interns
2:15 - How to Mentor Graduate Students as Civic Professionals
3:30 - Citizen Alum at Auburn University
4:00 - Concluding Remarks/Certificate Presentation/Group Picture


2013 Schedule

Monday 5/13

Pre-Academy Reception at AUHCC

Tuesday 5/14

8:30 - Arrival/Refreshments/Registration
9:00 - Welcome and Introductions
9:30 - Overview and Objectives of ACP
10:00 - What is Civic Professionalism? What is Professionalism in the Liberal Arts?
10:50 - Rick Battistoni "Democratic Thinking and Acting: Civic Professionalism and the Education of Responsible Graduates"
12:00 - LUNCH
1:00 - Who are the People in your Classroom? Profiles of Today's College Students
2:00 - Civic Professionalism and the Job Market: Helping Students See the Big Picture
2:30 - How to Use Social Media as a Professor and as a Connection with Community Partners
3:10 - Planning a Course: How Civic Professionalism can be Added to your Syllabi
4:15 - Article Discussion/Wrap-up

Wednesday 5/15

8:30 - Arrival/Refreshments
9:00 - Integrating Teaching, Research, and Outreach: A Framework for Scholarship and Tenure and Promotion Strategies
9:30 - Timothy Eatman "Building the Core of Engaged Scholars in the 21st Century Academe: Identity, Agency and Aspirations"
11:00 - Professional Writing and Civic Professionalism
12:00 - LUNCH
1:00 - Site Visits in Tuskegee, AL and Loachapoka, AL

Thursday 5/16

8:30 - Arrival/Refreshments
9:00 - Adam Bush "Collaboratively Re-Imagining Undergraduate Education"
10:10 - KerryAnn O'Meara "Graduate Education and Community Engagement: Fostering Agency and Professional Growth"
11:10 - Resources for Engagement: Grants and Research, Networking and Memberships
12:00 - LUNCH
1:00 - Panel Discussion with Engaged Scholars, Social Entrepreneurs, and International Interns
2:30 - Julie Ellison "'I Will Walk my Educated Walk': Citizen Alums and the College-to-Life Transition"
3:15 - Citizen Alum at Auburn University
3:45 - Concluding Remarks/Certificate Presentation


2012 Schedule

Monday

8:30 Arrival/Refreshments/Registration
9:00 – 9:30 Welcome and Introductions
9:30 – 10:00 Overview and Objectives of ACCE
10:00 – 10:30 Materials/Faculty Toolkit
10:30 – 10:45 BREAK
10:45 – 11:45 "The Future of Civic Engagement in the South"  Guest Speaker: Stephen Black
12:00 – 1:00 LUNCH
1:15 – 1:30 Engagement in Higher Education: Why? "The Crucible Moment"
1:30 – 3:00 Media: Education for What? Learning Social Responsibility
3:00 – 3:15 BREAK
3:15 – 5:00 Planning a Course (Syllabi Construction and Integration, Course Evaluation and Improvement, Risk Management, Work Session)

Tuesday

8:30 – 9:00 Arrival/Refreshments
9:00 – 9:30 Integrating Teaching, Research, and Outreach: A Framework for Scholarship and Tenure and Promotion Strategies
9:30 – 10:45;  "Current Trends in Programs and Practices in Civic Engagement, Service-Learning, and Character Development" Guest Speaker: Pam Crosby
10:45 – 11:00 BREAK
11:00 – 11:30 Civic Engagement: A Student Perspective
11:30 – 12:00 Civic Engagement: A Community Partner Perspective
12:00 – 5:00 Site Visits (LUNCH included)

Wednesday

8:30 – 9:00; Arrival/Refreshments
9:00 – 10:00;  Resources for Engagement (Grants and Research)
10:00 - 10:30 Networking and Memberships
10:30 – 10:45 BREAK
10:45 – 11:45Dollars, Friends, and Other Support for our Work" Guest Speaker: Peter Rooney
12:00 – 1:00 LUNCH
1:00 – 3:00; Utilizing Technology, Publicity, and Social Media Resources
3:00 – 3:15 BREAK
3:15 – 5:00;Engaged Scholarship: Bringing Teaching, Research & Outreach Together 

Last Updated: May 22, 2017