The Skills and Practices of Engaged Scholarship (SPES) is a seminar series to showcase resources and projects and promote discussion related to engaged scholarship at Carolina. A collaborative effort of the Center for Faculty Excellence, the Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, the Carolina Center for Public Service, the Carolina Community Network and the North Carolina Translational and Clinical Sciences Institute (TraCS), the series aims to bring together faculty, staff, students and community partners to increase knowledge about campus efforts and the needed skills for successful engaged scholarship and to promote interdisciplinary discussion and collaboration.
Date: Friday, Sept. 23, 2016
Location: Wilson Library, room 304 (lower level)
Schedule: 8:45 – 9 a.m., Sign in and refreshments
9 – 10:30 a.m., Presentation and discussion
During this session, representatives of the campus Task Force on Engaged Scholarship in Promotion and Tenure (appointed by the Provost in 2015 – 16) will report on their process and share the resulting report and recommendations. Participants will have an opportunity to preview and pilot questions proposed to support campus departments and units in discussing engaged scholarship in promotion and tenure.
Facilitator Lynn Blanchard, Task Force Chair Melvin Jackson, Community Course Director
Carolina Center for Public Service Thorp Faculty Engaged Scholars
Task force members* Harriet Able, Education
Giselle Corbie-Smith, Medicine
Barbara Friedman, Media and Journalism
Eric Muller, Law
Terry Rhodes, Arts and Sciences
* Not all will be in attendance.
Coffee, tea and bagels will be provided.
Register online at tinyurl.com/glhwggl]tinyurl.com/glhwggl
Seminar Series presented by the Skills and Practices of Engaged Scholarship Consortium. Apologies in advance for cross-postings.