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Point Leader(s): Jane Schaefer
Community engagement is a nationally recognized hallmark of distinction for UW-Parkside embedded in an institutional commitment fostering civic-minded students, alumni, staff and faculty who provide scholarship, leadership, resources and services to the local and global community.
|Continue to be recognized as a national leader in community engagement||Jane Schaefer||1. Helen Rosenberg|
2. Debra Karp
3. Chris Zanowski
4. Enrollment Management
|- Conduct a provost leadership retreat on the topic of community based learning and civic engagement & follow up session|
- UWP team attend University capacity building session in Madison
- UWP team attend University Engagement Conference in Minneapolis
- Submit a “successful” application for continued recognition on the 2013 President’s National Service Honor Roll
|Continue to advance the state-wide community engagement agenda||Jane Schaefer||Deborah Ford||- UWP will continue institutional membership in the Wisconsin Campus Compact (WiCC)|
- UWP attend Southeastern Wisconsin WiCC meetings
- UWP team presents at SPENCER conference in Beloit, WI
- UWP attend State-wide WiCC conference
|Deepen the commitment to Community Engagement at UW-Parkside by moving from partial to pervasive activities and creating a university-wide structure which supports the institutionalization of CBL, Civic Learning and Community Engagement||Jane Schaefer||1. Academic Colleges|
2. Student Affairs
|- Present about CBL at new faculty/staff orientation|
- Review CBL course & credit designation practices & policies with enrollment management & deans
- Revise the CBL cert. criteria
- Offer/evaluate a successful CBL 101 & CBL 495 course each semester
|(cont.)||-Identify faculty liaisons from ea college for FY 14|
- Submit a strategic budget request for creation of Community Engagement Institute
- REPORT OUT ON CBL DATA FROM 2005-2011
- Conduct univ-wide inventory of UW-P’s current comm. engagement services, opportunities, and partnerships so that comprehensive data can be adequately monitored/evaluated
|Foster economic development through community engagement and talent development for individuals, organizations, businesses, and the society at large||Jane Schaefer||1. CCP, SEG & SBDC will provide students with community-based experiential learning opp.s that build capacity for businesses & nonprofits.|
2. Students will engage in the community through co-curricular activities: internships, volunteerism, & student organizations service.
3. Host 7 AmeriCorps VISTAs and 1 VISTA leader to increase the capacity of local community organizations & eradicate poverty through economic development initiatives in SE WI.