Faculty Interest Group: Engaged Scholarship
The four meeting times this Spring semester will be: March 1st, April 18th, and May 16th.
Faculty are welcome to engage in discussion centered around Engaged Scholarship! Please email Samantha.Frisk@maine.edu to get involved. This particular faculty interest group will be predominantly focused on assessment of community-engaged learning. Conversations may also lead into other areas of that faculty wish to explore, namely: best practices in Engaged Scholarship, review, promotion, and tenure, and utilizing or securing institutional resources.
Massachusetts Environmental Education Society (MEES) Conference!
Registration Closes: Monday, March 4th, 2019.
This conference will be held at the College of the Holy Cross on March 6th from 8:00am-4:30pm and feature Michael Dietze as the keynote speaker who will address ecological forecasting and its applicaiton to citizen science!
Exploring the Connection: Community Engagement and College Completion
Webinar: March 5th, 2019 3:00pm-4:00pm
Furthering Engaged Futures at USM: Strategies for designing interdisciplinary, problem-focused, and innovative courses for and with community partners
Dr. Sean McCarthy is coming to USM! Thursday, 3/28 and Friday, 3/29
Email Paula.Gerstenblatt@maine.edu to RSVP for a potluck dinner at her house on 3/28, or to participate in the brown bag lunch on 3/29.
Census 2020 and Higher Education
Webinar: April 16th, 2019 4:00pm
Crowd Cafe: Online Crowdsourcing Group
The 3rd Friday of every month.
The digitial scholarship groups at Boston University and Boston College are co-hosting a monthly informal gathering for people wishing to contribute to crowdsourced projects. There are opportunities to get involved for anyone regardless of their educational background, all that is required is a laptop and internet connection.