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About Engagement

Outreach Presentations

Available from the office of the Senior Vice Provost for Engagement and Academic Outreach

 

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2/18/05 – Engaged Scholars

NASA – Education Investments for Space Exploration

Dr. Anngienetta R. Johnson

Opportunities for NASA Education Projects

NASA’s current educational initiatives to inspire current and future generations in space exploration are presented here by a NASA program officer. Specific grant program goals are presented for higher, secondary, elementary and non-formal education.

2/23/05 – UNH Foundation & Elizabeth City UNH Faculty Meeting

Building a National Model of Collaboration Between Minority & Majority Universities: Earth System Science, Remote Sensing & Beyond

Dr. Cameron Wake

Dr. Julie Williams

Dr. Eleanor Abrams

Dr. Karen Graham

National Model and description of joint projects between ECSU and UNH.

 

Describes how UNH and Elizabeth City State University (majority, land-grant and historically black universities) have formed a research collaboration around remote sensing. This highly successful collaboration has lead to several grant awards from federal agencies and a national model is being developed to describe how minority and majority institutions collaborate to work with federal partners.


 

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2/18/05 – Engaged Scholars

How to Engage in Engaged Scholarship

Dr. Lorilee R. Sandmann

New framework for scholarship, criteria for engaged scholarship, engaging with external partners

Provides academic and practical definitions for Engaged Scholarship, includes a contrast/ comparison to traditional views of scholarship with a new framework for engaged scholarship. Suggestions for models of working with external partners are outlined.

12/3/04 – Engaged Scholars

Where is the Scholarship in Engaged Scholarship

Dr. Lorilee R. Sandmann

Defining engaged scholarship at UNH, architecture of engaged scholarship, systems to support engaged scholarship

An engaged university needs to work in true partnerships with communities. This presentation describes how engaged scholarship goes beyond service to community and suggests systems to support engaged scholarship.

12/3/04 – Engaged Scholars

Where is the Scholarship in Engaged Scholarship

Dr. Micah L. McCreary

Personal story, institutionalizing engaged scholarship, VCU,

Dr. Micah McCreary’s discussion of his experiences in engaged scholarship at Virginia Commonwealth University.

12/3/04 – Engaged Scholars

My Experience with Engaged Scholarship

Dr. Karen J. Grahm

Personal story, externalizing research, Leitzel Center

Dr. Karen Grahm’s presentation of her experiences with and the Leitzel Center’s commitment to engaged scholarship.


 

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10/13/04 – Engaged Scholars

Engaged Scholars Program – 2004

Dr. Julie Williams

Dr. Eleanor Abrhams

Intro to the UNH Engaged Scholars program, goals, qualities of engaged scholars,

Engaged scholarship at UNH is defined here for faculty who are part of the Engaged Scholar’s program. Goals and an overview of the qualities necessary for engaged scholars presented. Administrative and academic support people are listed for the program.

10/13/04 – Engaged Scholars

University of New Hampshire – Engaged Scholars Program

Dr. Julie Williams

Program background, institutional context, NEASC Accreditation, future of program, goals, strategic components

Introduction to UNH’s first cohort of Engaged Scholars. Description of how UNH’s institutional context, strategic planning, and accreditation process lead to development of a faculty development program around engaged scholarship. Program goals are described here, as well as key components of the program.


 

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10/5/04 – Outreach and Engagement Conference – Penn State University

Becoming Bedfellows: Accreditation and Engagement

Lorilee Sandman, M. Edward Jones, Julie Williams

Accreditation & Engagement – Univ of Southern Indiana, UNH – NEASC self study – info from the Higher Learning Commission – two different universities – two accreditation stories

Describes how two different universities used their accreditation process to incorporate engagement and outreach scholarship into the process. Although different bodies provide accreditation, University New Hampshire and the University of Southern Indiana worked with their respective organizations to make engagement a part of their recent accreditations.

11/13/03 – ECSU/UNH

Building a Collaborative Earth Science Research Program

Julie Williams, Cameron Wake, Linda Hayden

 

Strategic research partnership between Elizabeth City State University (ECSU) and UNH is presented here. The basis for collaboration began with UNH’s Earth Oceans Space (EOS) and ESCU’s Center of Excellence in Remote Sensing Education and Research (CERSER).


 

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2003

UNH Outreach, Engagement and Public Service: A Commitment to Serve our Citizens

Dr. Julie Williams

Dr. Eleanor Abrams

 

Preliminary report – to become part of the NEASC Accreditation report. History/ tradition, academic strategic plan, report of survey results regarding who does engagement at UNH and who is impacted, by these projects.

2003 – Outreach and Engagement Conference -

The University of New Hampshire Initiative: Engagement through Research and Scholarship

Eleanor Abrams, Karen Graham, Julie Williams

 

How institutional context plays into plans for engagement, UNH Survey of Engagement through Research and Scholarship results, NEASC projections, Leitzel Center, Math & Science Partnership

4/21/04 – North Carolina State University

The Scholarship of Engagement: Insights for Documentation, Review/Evaluation, and Faculty Support

Amy Driscoll, California State University – Monterey Bay

Pdf only

Definitions of scholarship & engagement are presented.

• Contrast traditional scholarship and

scholarship of engagement

• Describe a process of documentation for engagement

• Criteria for review/ evaluation of scholarship of engagement