Conversations on Community Engaged Scholarship

Join GW’s community-engaged faculty for a light breakfast and stimulating conversations on a variety of topics related to community-engaged teaching, research, and creative activity. These events are held in the Gelman Library first floor, in the National Churchill Library and Center.

Spring 2020 Conversation Topics


Conversation on Community Engaged Scholarship: Facilitating Deeper

Friday, February 7, 11:15am-12:30pm
Gelman Library Room 101
What do we do when our students’ reflections are disappointingly shallow?
Join us for an opportunity to learn from the literature and from each other.
What classroom facilitation techniques and assignment designs succeed in
challenging students to reflect more critically on their experiences? Lunch
provided. Register. 

Conversation on Community Engaged Scholarship: The"Why" of our Work
Tuesday, March 10, 3:30-4:45pm
Gelman Library Room 101
Community Engaged Scholarship is increasingly transdisciplinary work,
resulting in more diverse working teams in terms of approach, epistemology,
and aims. The creators of the Community Engaged Faculty Topology (Morrison & Wagner, 2017) will present their research as a framework to reflect on our core values as engaged scholars to develop greater awareness of ourselves and understanding of others, improving our effectiveness in these collaborations. Register.

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