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Promising Practices Conference: Civic and Community Engagement

Holly Dygert and Valerie Endress

Saturday, November 2, 2013 from 7:30 AM to 5:00 PM (PDT)

Providence, RI

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Rhode Island College’s Dialogue on Diversity Committee, in collaboration with Rhode Island Campus Compact and the Rhode Island Department of Education, presents the 16th Annual Promising Practices Conference: Civic and Community Engagement.  The conference will explore contemporary efforts to engage students in the key social, political, economic and environmental challenges of our time. 


Donovan Dining Center

Rhode Island College • Providence, RI

November 2, 2013

 

 7:45-8:30

 REGISTRATION  (continental breakfast served)

 Donovan Dining Center

 8:30-8:45  

 Welcoming Remarks

 Donovan Dining Center

 8:45- 10:15

 

 PLENARY SESSION: “Marshaling the Power of Civic and Community

Engagement: Confronting Rhode Island's Most Pressing Challenges

Donovan Dining Center

 

 -- Moderator: Scott MacKay, Rhode Island Public Radio –

 Nancy Carriuolo, President, Rhode Island College

Donald Farish, President, Roger William University

Anthony Maione, President and CEO, United Way of Rhode Island

 Susan Follett Lusi, Superintendent, Providence Schools

 Mim Runey, President, Johnson & Wales University, Providence Campus

Neil Steinberg, President and CEO, Rhode Island Foundation

Angel Taveras, Mayor of Providence, Donovan Dining Hall

 10:30-11:20

 Session I

 Rhode Island College campus

 11:30-12:20

 Session II 

Rhode Island College campus

 12:30-1:50

LUNCH AND KEYNOTE ADDRESS

Donovan Dining Center

"Social Justice as Pedagogy: Action Research, Activist Learning and Critical

Service Learning in Higher Education"

- Dr. Howard Rosing, Director, Steans Center for Community-Based Service

Learning, DePaul University

 2:00-2:50

 Session III

 Rhode Island College campus

 3:00-4:50

 Institutes

 Rhode Island College campus

 

Have questions about Promising Practices Conference: Civic and Community Engagement? Contact Holly Dygert and Valerie Endress

When & Where



Rhode Island College
600 Mt Pleasant Ave
Providence, RI 02908

Saturday, November 2, 2013 from 7:30 AM to 5:00 PM (PDT)


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