Campus Compact recognizes that many of our members nationally include highly engaged graduate programs and graduate-only campuses. We also recognize the need to provide more programming that benefits the specific needs surrounding graduate-level engagement.
With that in mind, we are exploring ways to provide more services and engagement opportunities to those from graduate programs and graduate-only colleges across the nation. One possibility we are discussing is a national network of engaged graduate programs/graduate-only institutions, which would allow for meaningful networking with colleagues outside state borders around issues specific to graduate-level engagement.
Your state Campus Compact office shared your information with this group to be included in graduate efforts. We are hosting calls which will allow these members from graduate programs to discuss their needs, how Campus Compact can better serve them, and if a network is desired/what it might offer. If you are interested, please sign up for a call using the following survey:
Thank you and we cannot wait to work with you to build stronger graduate programming and services.
Franchesca Nestor (WV Campus Compact), Elaine Ikeda (California Campus Compact), Cheryl Whitney Lower (Vermont Campus Compact), Julie Plaut (Minnesota Campus Compact), and Amanda Wittman (national Campus Compact)
Also, don’t forget about this upcoming opportunity!
Service-Learning in Graduate Professional Education
Wednesday, April 5, 2012
3:00pm – 4:30pm Eastern / 2:00pm – 3:30pm Central / 12:00pm – 1:30pm Pacific
Register at http://slgraduateeducation.eventbrite.com
These webinars are part of an ongoing professional development series sponsored by California Campus Compact, Iowa Campus Compact, Kansas Campus Compact and Minnesota Campus Compact. Faculty, staff, students, and other affiliated individuals at member institutions of the Compacts in these states qualify for half-price, discounted ticket rate; as do individuals from campuses that belong to Campus Compact, but are not members of a state compact.
Registrants will receive a confirmation email with log-in information for the webinar.
The regular registration fee is $60.00 per login
The discounted registration fee is $30.00 per login
Multiple people may participate in the webinar under one registration as long as they are using one computer. While the registration fee is non-refundable, all registrants will have access to the webinar slides and materials.
For more information, contact John Hamerlinck at firstname.lastname@example.org or 320-308-4271.