Cultivating Effective University-Community Engagement
Wednesday, March 20, 2013 from 1:00 PM to 5:45 PM (CDT)
Cultivating Effective University-Community Engagement: A Workshop for UT Faculty, Graduate Students, and Community Members
March 20, 2013
Please join us for a half-day forum on university engagement with communities. Highlighting recent case studies involving UT faculty and students, the forum offers an opportunity for meaningful discourse about cultivating effective community engagement relationships and a chance to assess the strengths and challenges of community-university partnerships. The forum will bring together faculty, students, administrators, and community members who are engaged in this work and in a position to influence teaching, policy, and practice. Scott J. Peters, Co-Director at Imagining America, will deliver the keynote, followed by case studies, interactive breakout sessions, and final reconvening. The day will end with a reception and poster session featuring student projects.
For more information on Dr. Peters and Imagining America, visit http://imaginingamerica.org.
Center for Politics and Governance
Center for Sustainable Development
Institute for Community Development
Longhorn Center for Civic Engagement
School of Social Work
William Wayne Justice Center for Public Interest Law
Driving Directions and Parking Instructions:
The University of Texas at Austin
School of Social Work
1925 San Jacinto Blvd.
Austin, TX 78712
Registrants may park in the Trinity Garage (down the street from the School of Social Work on Trinity St. at E. MLK Blvd.). PLEASE GIVE YOURSELVES ADEQUATE TIME TO PARK.
Driving directions to the School of Social Work are available at:
Parking instructions for the Trinity Garage are available at: http://www.utexas.edu/parking/parking/garages/trg.php
Visit the Opportunity Forum website for more information.
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About the UT Opportunity Forum
The UT Opportunity Forum is an interdisciplinary collaboration of University of Texas faculty working to foster the expansion of equitable opportunities for low-income Texans. Through applied research, educational forums, and experiential learning opportunities, the Forum engages the University and community leaders in developing inclusive strategies to improve low-income Texans' access to economic opportunities and to foster stronger and more equitable communities.