|The 2015 Faculty Institute will be an engaging event that brings together some of the top civic engagement leaders in Washington state for a day of professional development and regional networking.
We aim to make the 2015 Faculty Institute the best yet!
Will you help by doing two things?
1) Submit a proposal! Your experience, and insight into how civic engagement can solve critical issues is invaluable. Help strengthen our community of learners by proposing an interactive session highlighting best practices and innovative ideas that help move the field forward.
2) Forward this email to a colleague! Do you know colleagues, community partners, or other staff who might be interested in submitting a proposal or attending this great professional development opportunity? Invite them by forwarding this email.
Thanks for your time and commitment to higher education serving Washington.
All the best,
Washington Campus Compact
Call for Proposals
Wednesday, July 1, 2015 at 5:00 PM
We invite you to submit a proposal to present at the 2015 Faculty Institute to be held November 5, 2015, at Central Washington University in Ellensburg, Washington.
The following Proposal Submission information is also located on the Washington Campus Compact website. Questions regarding the Proposal Submission Process can be directed to Linnea Broker at 360-650-7554 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
During the institute, two sets of three concurrent breakout sessions will explore how civic engagement improves student learning while addressing critical issues in Washington. Intermediate and advanced practitioners are the intended audience and sessions should be designed accordingly. You are required to focus your proposal on one of the following three areas:
- Track 1) Diversity and Social Justice: Fostering a culture of excellence grounded in equity and diversity
- Track 2) Sustainability: Creating secure livelihoods through better human and ecological health
- Track 3) Economic Development (Social Entrepreneurship): Pursuing innovative, transformative solutions to strengthen our economy
Sessions will be two hours long, must incorporate diverse perspectives, and 50% of the session must include active learning strategies (pdf). Presenters are required to identify one to three pre-session materials to help participants prepare for the session. To learn about selection criteria, please review the Proposal Evaluation Rubric (pdf). Acceptance notifications will be sent out July 24, 2015.
We are also seeking engaging keynote speakers for the 2015 Faculty Institute. If you know of an exceptional speaker in our region who can articulate the intersectionality of two or more tracks, please click here to send us your recommendations.
Thank you for your interest in participating in the 2015 Faculty Institute.
We look forward to seeing you in Ellensburg, Washington November 5, 2015!
Washington Campus Compact
Proposals must be submitted by: 5:00pm PDT on Wednesday, July 1, 2015