Agenda 2016


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.

TUESDAY 5-24-16.  Community Impact/Incarceration & Justice

8:00-8:30 Breakfast | Geddes Hall Coffee House

8:30-9:00 Welcome, Overview, Introductions | Connie Mick and Annie Cahill Kelly

9:00-9:30 Plenary Session: “Community Engagement: Principles and Practice” | Connie Mick, Mary Beckman

9:30-9:40 Break

9:40-10:40 Plenary Session: “Building a Sustainable Community: Why Poverty Matters” | Bonnie Bazata, Ending Poverty Now, and Matt Harrington, President and CEO, St. Joseph County United Way

10:40-10:50 Break

10:50-12:00 Plenary Session: “Partnershipping: Orientation, Supervision, Reflection” | Annie Cahill Kelly, Facilitator; Deb Stanley, Sam Centellas, Peter Lombardo, Shelly Zabukovic, Rachael Foster, Michelle Peters, Andy Kostielney—Notre Dame Community-Based Learning Coordinators

12:00-1:00 Lunch | Welcome: Fr. Paul Kollman, Leo and Arlene Hawk Executive Director, Center for Social Concerns

1:00-2:15 Plenary Session: Impact Evaluation: Working with Agencies to Measure Impact” | Rachel Fulcher-Dawson, Notre Dame

2:15-2:30 Break

2:30-3:00 Travel to Juvenile Justice Center

3:00-4:15 Site Visit: “Reading for Life: Growing an Academic Idea into St. Joseph County’s Largest Diversion Program for Juvenile Offenders,” Laura Chodacki Baker, and Pete Morgan, Executive Director of the Juvenile Justice Center

4:15-4:30 Travel to Center for the Homeless (CFH)

4:30-5:45 Site Visit: CFH Presentations: Clark Power, Peter Lombardo, CFH Guests

5:45-6:00 Travel to Center for Social Concerns

6:00-7:30 Dinner and Drinks: Robinson Shakespeare Company and Shakespeare at Notre Dame | Christy Burgess and Scott Jackson, Notre Dame

WEDNESDAY 5-25-16.  Student Impact/Immigration and Rights

8:00-8:30 Breakfast | Coffee House

8:30-9:45 Plenary Session: “Steeping in Circle: Creating a Container for Deeper Learning” | Susan Sharpe, Notre Dame

9:45-10:30 Plenary Session: “Reflection as a Means for Discovery” | Andrea Smith Shappell, Notre Dame

10:30-10:45 Break

10:45-11:50 Concurrent Sessions:
– “Keys to Managing Risk in Academic Community Engagement” Barb Davey, Notre Dame | “Ethics and Community-Based Participatory Research” Jim Frabutt, Notre Dame
– “Understanding the Dynamics of Poverty: A Participatory Workshop” Bonnie Bazata, Ending Poverty Now

11:50-12:00 Break

12:00-1:00 Group Photo | Lunch | Harlan Beckley, SHECP Executive Director, Welcome

1:00-1:10 Break

1:10-2:20 Plenary Session: “Revitalizing Coal Country: Student Involvement in Community Change,” Bucknell University and the Mother Maria Kaupas Center Partnership | Carl Milofsky, Shaunna Barnhart, Rev. Martin Moran, and Jacob Betz

2:20-2:30 Break

2:30-3:00 Travel to Civil Rights Heritage Center OR Sister Maura Brannick, CSC, Health Center

3:00-4:00 Site Visit: Civil Rights Heritage Center (George Garner) or Sister Maura Brannick, CSC, Health Center (Michelle Peters and Kristin Hillgamyer)

4:00-4:30 Travel to La Casa de Amistad

4:30-5:30 Site Visit: Spanish CBL and La Casa de Amistad | Sam Centellas, Rachel Parroquin and Marisel Moreno

5:30-6:30 Dinner at La Casa de Amistad (Mexican Meal)

6:30-7:00 Travel to Center for Social Concerns (If you do not wish to join the dinner, please let connie know and plan to drive separately).

THURSDAY 5-26-16: Faculty Impact/Work and Dignity

8:00 Meet at Geddes Hall

8:00-8:30 Travel to Goodwill Industries

8:30-10:30 Breakfast and Talks, Goodwill Industries | Debie Coble, Isaac Hunt, Susan Sharpe, Margie Pfeil

10:30-10:50 Travel to LOGAN Industries

10:50-12:00 Site Visit: Community-Based Learning Writing and Rhetoric, LOGAN Industries | John Duffy, Shelly Zabukovic

12:00-12:15 Travel to Center for Social Concerns

12:15-1:15 Lunch | “Poverty, Community Engagement, and the Catholic Social Tradition” Clemens Sedmak

1:15-1:25 Break

1:25-2:30 Concurrent Sessions:
– Designing Syllabi and Assignments: Faculty Reflections, Kraig Beyerlein, Beth Capdeveille | “Facilitating Student Engagement with Community Partners as Software Clients,” Mark Goadrich, Hendrix College
– Moderated Open Forum for Staff and Community Partners | Tiffany Sargent, Anne Gibbons

2:30-2:40 Break

2:40-3:30 Plenary Session: “The Role of Community-Based Research in Achieving Community Impact,” Mary Beckman and Danielle Wood

3:30-3:40 Break

3:40-4:45 Concurrent Sessions:
-Entrepreneurship “EntrepreNU: Engaging Students Across the Curriculum and Outside the Classroom,” Kevin Blair and David Taylor | “A Concern for Social Justice: The Essence of a University,” David Gandolfo
– Moderated Open Forum: “Lingering Questions, Networking, Open Space,” Hosted by Jay Brandengerger

4:45-5:15 Closing Circle: “What Will You Take Away? Higher Education, Student Learning, and Community Impact”—Closing Circle | Connie Mick, Facilitator | Coffee House

POST-INSTITUTE SURVEY DUE | Monday, June 13, 2016