Rosenberg road trips: Presents in Mass., Australia
UW-Parkside Sociology/Anthropology Professor Helen Rosenberg has been busy this summer. She has taken her advocacy of community-based learning to conferences on the East Coast and South Pacific, enlisting the help of current and former colleagues along the way.
In June, Dr. Rosenberg spoke at the third annual Institute for the Future of Community Engagement in Higher Education in Andover, Mass.
"The paper [was] based on an article published in the Journal of College and Character, entitled 'The Importance of Infrastructure for Support for Community Based Learning,'" she said.
Helen co-authored the paper with UW-Parkside Director of Community-Based Scholarship and Nonprofit Development Debra Karp.
In July, Dr. Rosenberg worked with former UW-Parkside colleagues Anne Statham and Cathleen Folker on a paper delivered at Engagement Australia in Brisbane. That presentation was titled "Faculty Views on Community-Based Learning as a Teaching Tool: Benefits, Barriers and Policy Implications for Future Engagement."In the photo, Dr. Rosenberg is shown speaking at the Engagement Australia Conference.