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Trinity College Downtown Building

10 Constitution Plaza

Hartford, CT 06106

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At this half-day workshop for faculty, staff, and community partners from across New England, we will engage with big-picture questions about what participants want students to learn in their community-engaged courses and consider how they might use writing to achieve those goals. Participants will hear from renowned community literacy scholar Ellen Cushman, gain valuable writing resources (including sample assignments), and take part in small- and large-group discussions about why, when, and how to use writing across community learning contexts.

Guest Speaker: Ellen Cushman, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, Diversity, and Inclusion; Dean’s Professor of Civic Sustainability at Northeastern University; Cherokee Nation citizen.

Agenda:

  • 9:30 – Registration and Coffee
  • 10:00 – Welcome
  • 10:15 – Keynote Address by Ellen Cushman
  • 11:00 – Free Writing Exercise
  • 11:10 – Presentation by Megan Hartline: Types of Writing for Community Learning
  • 11:30 – Small-Group Discussions
  • 12:00 – Lunch and Breakout Sessions
    • Sessions will include: digital writing, reflection writing, professional writing for community partners, and research writing in the discipline
  • 1:00 – Wrap-Up Conversation with Ellen Cushman


This workshop is presented by Trinity College’s Community Learning Initiative and co-sponsored by Trinity’s Center for Teaching and Learning and Campus Compact Southern New England.


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