Diversity & Democracy: Civic Learning for Shared Futures
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Diversity Digest Volume 9, Number 1

Diversity Digest
Volume 9,
Number 1

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Campus-Community Connections
The Civic Work of Diversity
Educating Multicultural Community Builders: Service Learning at California State University Monterey Bay
Education for Democracy: Place Matters
In the Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina
Curricular Transformation
Narrative and Community: Civic Engagement and the Work of Diversity
Promoting Cross-Cultural Understanding for Students of Science and Technology
Research Shows Benefits of Linking Diversity and Civic Goals
Diversity and Civic Engagement Outcomes Ranked Among Least Important
Academic Service Learning for Effective Civic Engagement
Faculty Involvement
There Is No Substitute for Experience
Student Experience
The Personal Is Still Political: HIV/AIDS Education and Prevention
Institutional Leadership and Committment
Communicating Common Ground
Resources for Diversity and Civic Engagement
The Civic Engagement Imperative: Student Learning and the Public Good

The Civic Engagement Imperative: Student Learning and the Public Good

Network for Academic Renewal Conference

November 10–12, 2005
Providence, Rhode Island

“The Civic Engagement Imperative: Student Learning and the Public Good” brings together faculty, student affairs educators, academic administrators, students, and community leaders to examine current definitions of and outcomes for civic engagement and explore new research, scholarship, and collaborations for civic engagement programs.

“The Civic Engagement Imperative” will examine the role of college in nurturing a sense of students’ social responsibility and helping them connect their educational goals and future well-being to the quality and values of the local and global communities in which they live and work.

Keynote Address
Civic Engagement in a Divided World: Finding Common Ground

• James A. Joseph, Professor of the Practice of Public Policy Studies, Terry Sanford Institute of Public Policy, Duke University

The conference is designed in collaboration with the Center for Liberal Education and Civic Engagement, a partnership founded in 2003 between AAC&U and Campus Compact.

For more information please visit www.aacu.org/meetings/civic_engagement.

Questions, comments, and suggestions regarding Diversity & Democracy should be directed to Kathryn Peltier Campbell at campbell@aacu.org.
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