Sie International Relations Complex (Korbel), 5th Floor
We invite you to join the Public Good Implementation Cluster (DU IMPACT 2025) and the Interdisciplinary Research Incubator for the Study of (In)Equality (IRSIE) for a forum on Scholarship for Equity.
Quick "lightning talks" by DU faculty colleagues - Patience Crowder, Scott Leutenegger, and Billy Stratton - will kick off the event, followed by networking and conversation over refreshments. This forum is one in a regular series designed to facilitate dialogue about collaboration to advance community-engaged scholarship.
Can't make it? Join us live from your computer via Facebook Live and Twitter.
Wednesday, May 10 | 4:00-6:00 pm | Cable Center
The annual Undergraduate Research & Scholarship Symposium is an event that showcases the exemplary scholarship of the University's undergraduate students. DU faculty, staff, and other students are encouraged to attend and learn about projects from students across all disciplines. More information available at the symposium website.
Student registration deadline extended through Monday, April 24th at midnight. Register now!
Wednesday, April 26 | 5:00-6:00 pm, or
Monday, May 1 | 12:00-1:00 pm
All students participating in the 2017 Undergraduate Research & Scholarship Symposium are encouraged to attend a free Poster Workshop to learn tips and tricks on how to design and create a symposium poster. Free printing offered to all students who attend a poster workshop ($60 value). | Anderson Academic Commons, Room 284 | RSVP here.
Now Hiring Community-Engaged Fellows
The Center for Community Engagement & Service Learning (CCESL) is hiring students for the Community-Engaged Student Fellows program for the 2017-2018 academic year. Fellows earn an hourly wage and complete approximately 10 hours of service/week. A short description of responsibilities is below and the full job description can be accessed here. The priority deadline to apply is Monday, May 8th. Interviews will take place the week of May 15th for those selected. To apply, email a resume and cover letter to Cara DiEnno, Associate Director (email@example.com).
Fellow Responsibilities: Each fellow is assigned to an interdisciplinary issue area (e.g., sustainability, poverty) and charged with co-developing a plan to advance community-engaged work in this area in consultation with community and campus stakeholders as well as CCESL staff. Second, the fellows' cohort will serve as an interdisciplinary "think tank" working collectively to address campus and community identified needs in real time. Fellows serve as liaisons providing continuous communication between faculty and CCESL, sharing out ideas across disciplinary or issue lines to further the goals of the cohort. Last, fellows serve as community engagement ambassadors to their home departments, during university sponsored events and in general interactions with campus and community stakeholders.
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