NEW! Supporting Ukraine: Perspectives from Colleagues Abroad

In this webinar, hear perspectives from colleagues in Europe about Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and its impact on higher education. Find out more about what is going on on the ground from government, policy, and student perspectives and learn what higher education can do to help locally and globally. Date: April 28, 2022 Time: 12:30–2:00 Eastern Location: Virtual Speakers: Facilitator—Bobbie Laur, Campus Compact President Kateryna Suprun, Acting Head, Digital Transformation of Education and Science Expert Group, Directorate of Digital Transformation, Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine Jakub Grodecki, Vice-President, The European Students’ Union Sjur Bergan, Former Head of Education…

2022 CCNH Presidents’ Awards Celebration

Join us for the 2022 Campus Compact for New Hampshire Presidents’ Awards Celebration! This annual gathering brings together students, faculty, staff, presidents, and community partners from of our member colleges and universities. We’ll recognize and celebrate the contributions of outstanding campus-community engagement leaders. Date: April 12, 2022 Time: 11:00 am – 12:00 pm Eastern Location: Hosted virtually Those on campus who are scheduled to participate have received invitations with links. If you have any questions contact Larissa Striga for more information, including how to access this event.

Developing Peer Leadership and Support Programs for Student Success

This workshop will explore peer mentoring and peer supervision models as strategies for enhancing student outcomes. Learn how to create or enhance a successful program. Christie Maier, Associate Director of Student Success and Transformative Learning at the University of Kentucky, will lead the workshop. She will share her expertise and provide participants with best practices for creating and expanding peer-led programming. Date: March 17, 2022 Time: 10:00 am Eastern Location: Virtual This workshop is presented by the New Hampshire GEAR UP Alliance, a joint program of CCNH and the New Hampshire College & University Council. REGISTER

See the Full Agenda for Compact22: A Better Way Forward

The full agenda for Campus Compact’s upcoming Compact22 national virtual conference is now available online. Compact22–with the theme “A Better Way Forward: Innovation with Equity at the Center”–will take place over the course of three days, March 29–31, 2022. It will feature engaging, interactive sessions focused on civic engagement, community-engaged research, civic- and service-learning, institutional change, university-community partnerships, and more. Compact22 will offer learning and networking opportunities with faculty, staff, senior administrators, students, and community partners. These higher education stakeholders are dedicated to the common goal of harnessing the power of higher education to achieve a more equitable tomorrow. Conference…

Compact22–A Better Way Forward: Innovation with Equity at the Center

 

Compact22 is Campus Compact’s all-virtual 2022 national conference. It is the largest and most inclusive national conference focused on the role of higher education in building healthy communities and fostering a just and equal democracy. Dates: March 29–31, 2022 Times: 11:00 am – 6:00 pm Eastern time Location: Virtual In the past two years, we have faced a COVID-19 pandemic, an overdue racial justice reckoning, and deep threats to our democracy. The turbulence of our recent history has clearly illustrated our shortcomings—and the possibilities for positive change. It is the responsibility of higher education to seize the opportunity of this…

2022 Engaged Scholarship Symposium

The UMass Dartmouth community and Campus Compact invite you to join the 2022 Engaged Scholarship Symposium. Date: February 25, 2022 Time: 12:00 – 2:00 pm Location: The Grand Reading Room of the UMass Dartmouth Clair T. Carney Library. Registration also includes a virtual option. Higher education has been criticized for hiding in the Ivory Tower—isolating ourselves from our communities and producing irrelevant research. The Engaged Scholarship Symposium is designed to celebrate scholarship’s use in shaping policy and enriching our communities. Participants will learn strategies for involving students in active teaching and research, as well as examples of engaged scholarship across…

Peer Mentoring for Student Success

Campus Compact for New Hampshire is pleased to sponsor an upcoming workshop, “Developing Peer Leadership and Support Programs for Student Success.” The workshop will explore peer mentoring and peer supervision models as strategies for enhancing student outcomes. Attendees will learn how to create or enhance a successful student program. Christie Maier, Associate Director of Student Success and Transformative Learning at the University of Kentucky, will lead the workshop. She will share her expertise and provide participants with best practices for creating and expanding peer-led programming. Date: March 17, 2022 Time: 10:00 am Eastern Location: Virtual This workshop is presented by…

Carnegie Community Engagement workshop – Deep Dive

Campus Compact for New Hampshire, with our partners in the Eastern Region Campus Compact, are pleased to offer our members support in preparing your college or university’s application for the Carnegie Community Engagement Classification. To help you and your team prepare for a successful application, we are offering two workshops in early 2022: an application overview in January and deeper dive in February. Workshop 2: Application Deep Dive – Learn more and register February 16, 2022 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM Virtual via Zoom $50/person, $75/teams of two, $100/teams of three + This 90 minute workshop will include: Discerning your campus’s readiness to…

Carnegie Community Engagement Workshop – Application Overview

Campus Compact for New Hampshire, with our partners in the Eastern Region Campus Compact, are pleased to offer our members support in preparing your college or university’s application for the Carnegie Community Engagement Classification. To help you and your team prepare for a successful application, we are offering two workshops in early 2022: an application overview in January and deeper dive in February. Workshop 1: Application Overview – Learn more and register January 26, 2022 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM Virtual via Zoom $50/person, $75/teams of two, $100/teams of three + This 90-minute workshop will include guidance on getting ready to apply…

New Workshops: Carnegie Community Engagement Classification

Campus Compact for New Hampshire, with our partners in the Eastern Region Campus Compact, is pleased to offer our members support in preparing your college or university’s application for the Carnegie Community Engagement Classification. The Carnegie Community Engagement Classification highlights your institution’s great work in partnering with communities for the mutually beneficial exchange of knowledge and resources to contribute to the public good. It also provides a structured opportunity for self-assessment and quality improvement. The application process for the 2024 cycle will open January 27, 2022, with applications due in April 2023. To help you and your team prepare for…

Considering Approaches to Faculty Development

The field of community-engaged scholarship continues to evolve as we better understand the nuances of our work. Quality faculty development efforts must address different types of community-engaged scholarship, institutional context, and the transformative nature of this work. This virtual meeting will explore a variety of faculty development models. Date: February 16, 2022 Time: 3:00 – 4:00 pm Eastern time Location: Virtual Cost: Free for Campus Compact members This meeting is one of three “coalition conversations” open only to Campus Compact members. These conversations are designed to foster collective thinking and action focused on common themes in advancing civic and community…

Advancing Institutionalization of Community Engagement in Times of Transition

How can those responsible for overseeing community engagement initiatives sustain momentum through executive leadership transitions and other changes on campus? This virtual meeting will explore ways to organize and collectively build a broader infrastructure that enhances buy-in, support, and shared leadership for engagement activities across campus and community. Date: February 3, 2022 Time: 3:00 – 4:00 pm Eastern time Location: Virtual Cost: Free for Campus Compact members This meeting is one of three “coalition conversations” open only to Campus Compact members. These conversations are designed to foster collective thinking and action focused on common themes in advancing civic and community…

Re-Engaging Students in Community

Most campuses face lower student engagement levels due to pandemic challenges like low motivation, increasing academic demands, increasing mental health concerns, and changes in community practices. Re-Engaging Students in Community will explore how institutions can re-engage their students in meaningful community engagement as we transition back to “normal.” Date: January 19, 2022 Time: 3:00 – 4:00 pm Eastern time Location: Virtual Cost: Free for Campus Compact members This virtual meeting is one of three “coalition conversations” open only to Campus Compact members. These conversations are designed to foster collective thinking and action focused on common themes in advancing civic and…

Register Now to Tap into Early Bird Pricing for Compact22

Act now to get early bird pricing for Campus Compact’s national virtual conference, Compact22. Early bird pricing is available through December 31, 2021. Members of Campus Compact for New Hampshire can take advantage of member pricing on top of the early bird discount. The virtual conference will be held March 29–31, 2022. With the theme “A Better Way Forward: Innovation with Equity at the Center,” this three-day event will offer a wide range of interactive sessions focused on civic engagement, service-learning, community partnerships, engaged research, and more. Compact22 is the largest and most inclusive national conference focused on the role…

Save the Date! Compact22 National Virtual Conference

Save the date for the upcoming Compact22 National Virtual Conference, A Better Way Forward: Innovation with Equity at the Center. This three-day conference will be held March 29–31, 2022. Join your peers nationally for this all-virtual exploration of new ideas and best practices. This is the largest and most inclusive conference focused on the role of higher education in building healthy communities and fostering a just and equal democracy. New! The keynote speaker for Compact22 will be Dr. Bettina Love. Dr. Love is an award-winning author and the Athletic Association Endowed Professor of Education at the University of Georgia. Her…

Community-Building Webinar Series Starts Soon

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Campus Compact’s 2021–2022 national webinar series takes the great and varied work happening on the ground around the country and brings it straight to your desk. Topics touch on issues of relevance to faculty, staff, students, and their partners in education and community building. Webinars will cover topics such as Democracy in Action, Re-Envisioning and Co-Creating Community Engagement, Building Thriving Partnerships between Colleges & Local Government, and more. Be sure to tune in for information, tools, and resources to support and inspire you. Dates: Thursdays, September 30, 2021–April 7, 2022 Time: 3:00–4:00 pm Eastern time Cost: FREE for Campus Compact…

Fusion Course: Enhancing Education through Community-based Learning

Free for CCNH members! This five-session webinar offers critical training and support for faculty as they continue to adapt to shifting teaching practices. Learn how to infuse community-based learning into existing online, hybrid, or in-person courses to strengthen learning, create community connections, and improve student retention. Participants will: Review best practices in community- and problem-based learning pedagogy Learn effective strategies for engaged teaching and community building through online and hybrid courses Explore benefits, challenges, and successful practices in using community-based learning in online, hybrid, or in-person courses Gain experience with helpful online learning tools, techniques, and technologies Faculty members will…

SUMMIT ON HIGHER EDUCATION

The largest statewide gathering of New Hampshire public and private university and college heads with business and civic leaders to address critical issues facing New Hampshire and beyond. We are pleased to announce an updated list of state, regional and national leaders to serve as panelists and speakers at the 2nd Annual Higher Education Summit. Keynote Speaker, New York Times bestselling author and former top editor of the Chronicle of Higher Education, Jeffrey J. Selingo Sarah A. Flanagan, Vice President for Government Relations and Policy Development, National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities Thomas L. Harnisch, Director of State Relations…

EASTERN REGION CAMPUS COMPACT BIENNIAL CONFERENCE

Education for Democracy: Innovating in Complex Times Campus Compact believes that higher education is instrumental to creating just, inclusive, sustainable democracy.  In support of that vision, the Eastern Region Campus Compact (ERCC) Conference is a convening of campus executives, scholars, practitioners, students, and community partners, committed to enhancing our democratic society through community and civic engagement.  ERCC provides a venue for thinking critically about the issues, trends, and challenges in our shared work and for building stronger networks among colleagues. ERCC aims to build personal, institutional, and field-level capacity to foster change on- and off-campus; enhance community-engaged teaching, scholarship, and…

Census 2020 and Higher Education

Through this webinar, we will discuss the vital role that colleges and universities can play in ensuring a fair and complete count in the 2020 Census. A complete count is essential to ensuring that states maintain their federal funding levels and their representation in federal government. By working with students, staff, faculty, administrators, and most importantly, community partners, colleges and universities can support their communities in maintaining important resources. In this webinar, we will explore available resources as well as highlight schools gearing up for this work in 2020. Sherrie J. Taylor, Northern Illinois University Center for Governmental Studies Research…