Agenda 2014

Center for the Homeless 2013

Center for the Homeless 2013. Notre Dame faculty hear about services provided at the new Robert L. Miller, Sr., Veteran’s Center for the homeless as they view it during a tour at the Center for the Homeless, one of seven site visits embedded into the 2013 Faculty Institute. The Veteran’s Center was itself a product of engagement between Notre Dame faculty in Architecture and the local community.

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WEDNESDAY 5-28-14.  Community Impact
8:15-8:45 Breakfast | Geddes Hall Coffee House
8:45-9:15 Welcome, Overview, Introductions | Connie Mick, Annie Cahill Kelly
9:15-9:45 Community Engagement: Principles and Practice | Connie Mick, Mary Beckman
9:45-10:30 “Building a Sustainable Community: Why Poverty Matters” | Bonnie Bazata, Bridges Out of Poverty
10:30-10:40 Break
10:40-11:55 Community Partners Panel: “Partnershipping: Orientation, Supervision, Reflection” | Geddes Hall B036 | Annie Cahill Kelly, Facilitator | Michelle Peters, Deb Stanley, Sam Centellas, Peter Lombardo, Kris Arizmendi, Shelly Zabukovic, Community Partners
11:55-12:00 Break
12:00-1:10 Lunch | “Engaging the Mind and Heart: Ethical and Prosocial Purpose Development in College Students” | Jay Brandenberger | Coffee House
1:10-1:20 Break
1:20-2:20 “‘We’re Going to Do What?: Re-Inscribing the Boundaries for Discipline-Specific Learning through Community Engagement” | First Year of Studies Dean, Hugh Page | Geddes Hall B036
2:20-2:30 Break
2:30-3:00 Travel to Juvenile Justice Center
3:00-4:00 “Reading for Life: Growing an Academic Idea into St. Joseph County’s Largest Diversion Program for Juvenile Offenders,” Alesha Seroczynski and Pete Morgan | Juvenile Justice Center
4:00-4:30 Option 1: Travel to Riley High School
4:30-5:30 “The Bowman Creek Project: A Collaborative Approach to Solving a Community Problem” | Riley High School
5:30 Depart for Center for Social Concerns

4:00-4:30 Option 2: Travel to the Robinson Community Learning Center
4:30-5:30  Robinson Community Learning Center
5:30 Depart for Center for Social Concerns

THURSDAY 5-29-14.  Student Impact
8:15-8:45 Breakfast | Coffee House
8:45-9:40 “Steeping in Circle: Creating a Container for Deeper Learning” | Susan Sharpe
9:40-10:20 Faculty Panel I: Reflection | Andrea Smith Shappell and Ed Kelly
10:20-10:30 Break
10:30-11:25 Faculty Panel II: Designing Syllabi and Assignments | Geddes Hall B036 |  Kraig Beyerlein, Beth Capdevielle
11:25-12:15 “Think Tank: Bringing the Classroom to the World and the World to the Classroom,” Steve Reifenberg
12:15-1:25 Lunch Presentation: The Engaged Department Initiative: Art, Art History, and Design; Rachel Tomas Morgan | Community Partners Invited | Coffee House
1:25-2:20 Faculty Panel III: Rachel Parroquin, Tatiana Botero, Karen Richman
2:20-2:30 Break
2:30-3:00 Travel to Sister Maura Brannick Health Clinic
3:00-4:00 Sister Maura Brannick Health Clinic Tour | Michelle Peters
4:00-4:30 Travel to La Casa de Amistad
4:30-5:30 Spanish CBL and La Casa de Amistad | Sam Centellas and Marisel Moreno-Anderson
5:30 Depart for Center for Social Concerns
FRIDAY 5-30-14.  Faculty Impact
8:15-8:45 Breakfast | Geddes Hall Coffee House
8:45-9:10 Travel to the Center for the Homeless
9:10-10:15 Center for the Homeless | Peter Lombardo
10:15-10:45 Travel to LOGAN Industries
10:45-11:45 Community-Based Learning Writing and Rhetoric, LOGAN Industries | John Duffy; Shelly Zabukovic, Ann Lagomarcino, Brenda Kulp, Ann Goens, and Barbie Pickut
11:45-12:15 Travel to Center for Social Concerns
12:15-1:15 Lunch | Fr. Paul Kollman, Welcome and Introduction | Faculty Institute Alumni Invited | “Sustaining Campus-Community Partnerships” Fr. Monk Malloy | Coffee House
1:15-2:00 Presentation | “CBR and Community Impact,” Mary Beckman and Danielle Wood | Geddes B036
2:00-2:40 Presentation | “On Transforming an Event into a Scholarly Object of Study and Inspiration: The Case of Rousseau 2012/DIGNITY,” Julia Douthwaite | Geddes B036
2:40-2:50 Break
2:50-3:10 “Keys to Managing Risk in Academic Community Engagement” Barb Davey
3:10-3:50 “Ethics and CBPR” | Jim Frabutt | Coffee House
3:50-4:00 Break
3:50-5:00 “What Will You Take Away? Higher Education, Student Learning, and Community Impact” –Closing Circle | Connie Mick, Facilitator | Coffee House

Faculty Institute Potluck.  Fellowship
Time and place TBA.  Families welcome!