Center for Civic Engagement

Center for Civic Engagement,
Academics Affairs,
USF St. Petersburg
140 7th Avenue South TER 408
St. Petersburg, FL 33701
Telephone: (727) 873-4773
Fax: (727) 873-4889

Bishop Center for Ethical Leadership & Community Engagement
USF St. Petersburg
140 Seventh Avenue South
St. Petersburg, FL 33701
Terrace 408
727/873-4773

Dr. Bill Heller
Director
heller@usfsp.edu

Dr. Judithanne Scourfield McLauchlan
Associate Director
Jsm2@usfsp.edu

Mr. David O'Neill
Program Assistant
doneill@mail.usf.edu

Maintained by D. O'Neill
08/19/2013

 

Faculty Resources

Fall 2013 Faculty Course Development Grant Application

now available

Deadline: Monday, May 13th at 5:00 pm

The purpose of the Faculty Course Development Program is to encourage the integration of civic engagement activities into the curriculum. The Center expects that the grants will (1) increase the number of courses with civic engagement components (2) support course assessment in terms of its community and student impact (3) increase student enrollment and interest in courses with civic engagement components.

Grants will be administered in conjunction with the Student Affairs Division and with support of a generous grant from Lean and Serve America.

Award Descriptions

Faculty Course Development Grants may be funded to a maximum of $1,000.00 for faculty stipends, supplies, student assistants and other expenses. The grant is available to faculty members to support the development of a new course or the addition of a civic engagement component to an existing course for the Fall 2012 semester.

Grant Application:

BishopCitizenScholarFacultyCourseDevelopmentgrantapplication fall 2013

 

Forms for Faculty:

Click here for the Consent form

Click here for the Waiver of Liability.

Community Partners and Service Learning Placement Directory

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Need to place your students with an agency for your course?

Click to view our placement directory or you can view our hand-held directory complete with brochures from the agencies in the Reserve section in Poynter Library.

Community Partner and Service Learning Placement Directory

Bishop Center Civic Engagement Library

books

Two hundred and twenty seven civic engagement and service-learning resources are now available for faculty, staff, and students in Poynter Library's Reserve Section. Please stop by the Circulation Desk to access these materials.

Click here to view the Bishop Library Bibliography.

Assessment Resources

The 2006-07 Faculty Administrator, Susan Toler, researched tools for faculty to assess the civic engagement components of their courses.  The bibliography is available as a “RefWorks” document using the USF Libraries website.  Click here for easy-to-follow instructions on how to access these resources.

Civic Engagement Fair

Every semester, the Bishop Center for Ethical Leadership and Civic Engagement co-sponsors a Civic Engagement Fair available to community organizations. The fair is always held on the second Wednesday of the semester. If you would like information about the next fair, please contact the Center at 727-873-4773.

View the most recent version of the Citizen Scholar Course Catalog

Citizen Scholar Course Catalog

This represents a listing of the courses we found (primarily by reviewing course syllabi) that included a civic engagement component, from Fall 2003 through Spring 2013. Please review this Catalog (it is arranged in alphabetical order by College, then by discipline) and send us corrections/additions.

  • Are we missing any courses?
  • In the courses we do include, are the civic engagement components correctly described?
  • Can you help us fill in any missing information (e.g., number of hours students spent working on the assignment)?
  • Is there any other information about these courses you can provide (e.g., Is this a required course for majors? Is this an exit course? How often is this course offered?) that would be helpful for us as we develop our citizen scholar program (including possible transcript designation) and for our students who may be interested in taking your courses

Please provide feedback/edits/missing information via e-mail -civicengage@stpt.usf.edu - and put "Course Catalog Edits" in the subject header. Thanks, in advance, for your assistance!


Please check out Florida Campus Compact's website for helpful resources on civic engagement: www.floridacompact.org/

To see examples of service learning syllabi visit the Campus Compact syllabi database: http://www.compact.org/syllabi/

 

CCE Faculty Course Development Grant Recipients

Monica Postelnicu Ancu, Journalism & Media Studies, MMC 4420 "Research Methods in Mass Communication" (Spring 2010)-syllabus

Loretha R. Cleveland, Journalism & Media Studies, CAS, JOU 4188 MMC 6936 "Neighborhood News Bureau" (Spring 2010)-syllabus (undergrad) -syllabus (graduate)

Trey Connor, Rhetoric & Composition, CAS, ENC 4260 "Advanced Technical Writing" (Spring 2010)-syllabus

Joseph W. Dorsey, Environmental Policy, CAS, PUP 4203 "Environmental Politics and Policy" (Spring 2010) -syllabus

Jay Sokolovsky, Anthropology, CAS, ANT 4495 "Methods in Cultural Research" (Spring 2010)

Matt Morrin, Leadership Studies & Student Affairs, LDR 2010 "Leadership Fundamentals" (Spring 2010)

Kay-lynne Taylor, Leadership Studies & Student Affairs LDR 2010 "Leadership Fundamentals" (Spring 2010)

Professor's Morgan Gresham and Jiull McCracken's ENC 1101 (First-Year Composition) and ENC 1102 (Second-Year Composition) classes (Fall 2009)- ENC 1101 syllabus

Professor Katherine Barker's Auditing II (Fall 2009)-syllabus

Professor Jay Sokolovsky's Urban Life and Culture Class (Spring 2009)

Professor Jill McCracken's ENC 1101 (First-Year Composition) and LIS 2005 (Library and Internet Research Skills) Classes (Spring 2009) ENC 1101 Syllabus

Professor Jacqueline Schneider's Military Justice Class (Fall 2008) syllabus

Professor Melanie Riedinger-Whitmore's Environmental Issues (Fall 2008)

Professor Robert Dardenne's Beginning Reporting/Newswriting and Editing (Fall 2008) -syllabus

Professor Jill McCracken's Composition of Political Arguments (Spring 2008)-syllabus

Professor Joseph Dorsey's Environmental Politics and Policy (Spring 2008)-syllabus

Professor Richard Smith's Principles of Microeconomics (Fall 2007)-syllabus , workshop presentation, and Keep Pinellas Beautiful credit rules

Professor Vikki Gaskin-Butler's Psychology of Women (Fall 2007)-syllabus, civic engagement course pack, and workshop powerpoint presentation

Professor Mark Walter's Feature Writing (Spring 2007)-syllabus

Professor Monique Fields' Neighborhood News Bureau (Spring 2007)-syllabus, Advanced Reporting (Spring 2007)-syllabus

Professor Morgan Gresham's English Composition (Spring 2007)-syllabus

Professor Karin Braunsberger's Marketing Management Problems (Spring 2007)-syllabus, class PP presentation, marketing plan format sheet, marketing plan projects for section 691, marketing plan projects for section 692, marketing plan project grade sheet, and workshop presentation

Professor Malcolm Butler's Teaching Elementary School Science (Spring 2007)-syllabus, workshop presentation, and flyer

Professor Martine Fernandes' French Conversation (Spring 2007)-syllabus, workshop presentation, pictures

PLEASE CHECK BACK SOON FOR MORE RESOURCES.


Spring 2012 Faculty Course Development Grant Winners

Loretha Cleveland, CAS, Journalism & Media Studies, Neighborhood News Bureau

Thomas Hallock, CAS, Environmental Science & Policy, Environmental Literature

Philip Trocchia, COB, Marketing, Marketing Strategy

Dawn Cecil, CAS, Criminology, Life in the Big House

Jill McCracken, CAS, English, Grant Writing

Judithanne Scourfield McLauchlan, CAS, Political Science, US Constitutional Law II

Judithanne Scourfield McLauchlan, CAS, Political Science, Road to the White House

 

Fall 2011 Faculty Course Development Grant Winners

Kheng Chen, COB, Management, Organization Behavior Analysis

Karin Braunsberger, COB, Marketing, Marketing Research

Wang, Kevin Shun-Yung, CAS, Criminology, Juvenile Justice System

Fred Ulrich, CAS, Writing, Expository Writing

Philip Trocchia, COB, Marketing, Marketing Management Problems

Peggy Wise, CAS, Writing, Composition I

Judithanne Scourfield McLauchlan, CAS, Political Science, Women and the Law

Melanie Bevan, CAS, Leadeship Studies, Community Leadership Practicum

Velma McCuiston, COB, Management, Principles of Management

Velma McCuiston, COB, Management, International Management

 

Spring 2011 Faculty Course Development Grant Winners

Melanie Bevan, CAS, Leadership Studies, Community Leadership Practicum

Thomas Hallock, CAS, Literature & Writing, American Literature/Nature Writing

Varol Kayhan, COB, ISM, Database Design/Administration

Jamie McHale, CAS, Psychology, Infant-Family Mental Health

 

Fall 2010 Faculty Course Development Grant Winners

 

Spring 2010 Faculty Course Development Grant Winners

Monica Postelnicu Ancu, Journalism & Media Studies, "Research Methods in Mass Communication"

Loretha R. Cleveland, Journalism & Media Studies, CAS, "Neighborhood News Bureau"

Trey Connor, Rhetoric & Composition, CAS, "Advanced Technical Writing"

Joseph W. Dorsey, Environmental Policy, CAS, "Environmental Politics and Policy"

Jay Sokolovsky, Anthropology, CAS, "Methods in Cultural Research"

Matt Morrin, Leadership Studies & Student Affairs, "Leadership Fundamentals"

Kay-lynne Taylor, Leadership Studies & Student Affairs "Leadership Fundamentals"

 


Fall 2009 Faculty Course Development Grant Winners

Katherine Barker, Accounting, College of Business
ACG 4642 Auditing II students are providing assistance to selected United Way agencies using knowledge and skills gained through their studies. Student audit teams will also determine whether the selected agencies have sufficient fraud prevetion and detection policies in place.

Morgan Gresham and Jill McCracken, Writing Program, College of Arts and Sciences
ENC 1101 and ENC 1102. This grant is supporting the continuation of the Writing Program's development of a civic engagement component within all sections of ENC 1101 and 1102 (first-year composition). Students will engage with the local community and create analysis, interviews, documentation and presentations of their work. These community writing projects will be presented in various formats, including video posters, web format, and letters to be presented to the civic agencies, community partners, and the USFSP community in an end-of-semester Writing Program Student Showcase.

Please check our website during the course of the semester for more information about thesecourses, including syllabi, photos, and more.


 

Spring 2009 Faculty Course Development Grant Winners

Professor Jay Sokolovsky, ANT 4442 Urban Life and Culture: This course will analyze Urban Places, Urbanism and Urbanization through a world-wide comparative, anthropological and civic engagement approach. Through discussion, guest lectures, readings, documentaries and projects in the local community we will explore the urban experience in non-Western cultures and compare this with American and European urban life. Students will conduct focused projects in the local environment on the perception of neighborhood and community and the functioning of ethnicity and community focused organizations. In these projects students will have the opportunity to work with a wide range of Community Partners such as: St. Petersburg Downtown Residents Civic Association; The Free Clinic; Westminster Suncoast Active Living Retirement Community; Bartlett park community garden; ASAP Homeless Services; The Saturday Downtown Festival Market and many others.

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Professor Jill McCracken, ENC 1101 (First-Year Composition) and LIS 2005 (Library and Internet Research Skills): The Faculty Course Development Grant will be used to hire an assistant civic coordinator for the Writing Program's continued development of their Civic Engagement components. Applying directly to the co-requisite courses ENC 1101 (First-Year Composition) with LIS 2005 (Library and Internet Research Skills), the assistant will facilitate connections with local non-profit organizations, create networking opportunities for students, and manage the end-of-semester student showcase. This assistant will also document the civic-engagement aspects of the courses, the creation and management of the showcase, and the facilitation of client partner networks in order to create a foundation for future program coordinators in completing these tasks and continuing to build the program and civic engagement partnerships.

Please check our website during the course of the semester for more information about thesecourses, including syllabi, photos, and more.


The Center for Civic Engagement

Fall 2008 Faculty Course Development Grant Program

Professor Jacqueline Schneider, Military Justice in which our students will have the opportunity to work in our military justice system Through engagement with the local military community and the opportunity for students to see firsthand the military justice system, the course will develop and sustain the following learning outcomes: analyze tenets of the US military justice system; demonstrate a knowledge of the military justice process; identify the origins of governmental authority over the military; identify constitutional rights and responsibilities of the military in relation to its members, citizens, aliens, combatants, and non-combatants; understand the philosophy and foundations of military justice and the Uniform Code of Military Justice; analyze application of the Law of War in context of the Global War on Terrorism; explain the scope andsources of laws of armed combat; and analyze Supreme Court rulings regarding military tribunals and federal jurisdiction

Professor Melanie Riedinger-Whitmore, Environmental Issues in which each student in this exit course will do 16 hours of service with environmental non-profit or government agency. The Environmental Issues course will introduce undergraduate students to contemporary issues that have local, regional, and global impacts. The class will explore how these issues influence humans and the other organisms that inhabit our planet, and will consider how cultural, social, economic and political factors affect whether and how these issues are addressed. We will examine our own ecological footprints, individually and collectively, and explore how, as individuals and as a community, we can influence environmental policy, and reduce the impactsof these environmental problems. As part of the course requirements, students will volunteer their time in a non-profit or community group that is addressing local environmental issues. Throughout the semester, they will be asked to share with the class what they are learning from this experience, about themselves, about environmental advocacy, and about what such efforts can accomplish.

Professor Robert Dardenne, Beginning Reporting/Newswriting and Editing the grant will be used to support publishing student writing about their participation/service at community agencies Journalists, traditionally, have refrained from community involvement because of "conflict of interest" restrictions; that is, participating in the community as volunteers could be perceived as a "bias" when those journalists (or even their news organizations) reported on the community.However, since the middle 1990s, the influence of "community" or "civic" journalism has created somewhat more flexibility for reporters and community activity and some news organizations have encouraged it. Through a CCE grant, Bob Dardenne's reporting and writing class will practice journalism by engaging in an exercise of reporting on/writing about theircommunity volunteer efforts. And, the class will publish its efforts online and in print. The Department of Journalism and Media Studies was created in the early 1990s on principles that later were incorporated into the national "civic journalism" movement and has since its inception stressed citizen-oriented reporting. This fall 08 class experiment will test some traditional journalistic boundaries at the same time it confirms some of the principles on which the program was founded.


Spring 2008 Faculty Course Development Grant Program

2007/2008 Faculty Course Development Grant recipients

Pictured left to right: 2007 Recipient Professor Richard Smith (Economics), 2007 Recipient Professor Vikki Gaskin-Butler (Psychology), 2008 Recipient Professor Joseph Dorsey (Environmental Science and Policy). Not pictured: 2008 Recipient Professor Jill McCracken (English)

The Center for Civic Engagement Faculty Course Development Grant Program is intended to encourage the integration of new civic engagement activities into the curriculum. The Center expects that the grants will (1) increase the number of courses with civic engagement components (2) support course assessment in terms of its community and student impact (3) increase student enrollment and interest in courses with civic engagement components.

These grants will provide resources to assist faculty members in their efforts to develop and to sustain experiential learning opportunities for students. Funding will provide stipends of up to $1,000 to assist faculty members from each of the three colleges to incorporate civic engagement components into the coursework. All full-time faculty with the University of South Florida St. Petersburg are eligible for this grant. Please see the application for more information.

Congratulations to Spring 2008 Faculty Course Development grant winners Professors Jill McCracken (English) and Joseph Dorsey (Environmental Policy).

Professor Jill McCracken added a civic engagement component to ENC 1102 The Composition of Political Argument. It is a course in writing, reading, and analysis. Its purpose is to help students become stronger thinkers and communicators so that they can be a more effective members within the communities in which they participate. In our class, students will choose a current social issue that matters to them and about which there is much current discussion. Throughout the semester, they will conduct both traditional and creative research into their issue and then compose letters, opinion pieces, posters, documentary photography books, and a piece in the medium of their choosing to learn how to shape communication in different media for a variety of audiences. By the end of the semester they should be able to thoroughly analyze difficult texts, envision them within a larger contextual framework, and recognize their local and cultural significance.

Click here to view Professor McCracken's syllabus for this course.

Professor Joseph Dorsey added a civic engagement component to PUP 4203 Environmental Politics and Policy. This interdisciplinary course examines how environmental policy is influenced by politics. Students will determine how environmental problems are identified and how policy agendas are set. We will discuss the process of environmental policy formation, adoption, implementation, and evaluation. The course is designed to immerse the student in the historical context of the environmental movement while exposing the student to the dynamics of current policy issues and politics through inquiry based research and civic engagement.

Click here to view Professor Dorsey syllabus for this course.


Fall 2007 Faculty Course Development Grant Program

The Center for Civic Engagement Faculty Course Development Grant Program is intended to encourage the integration of new civic engagement activities into the curriculum. The Center expects that the grants will (1) increase the number of courses with civic engagement components (2) support course assessment in terms of its community and student impact (3) increase student enrollment and interest in courses with civic engagement components.

These grants will provide resources to assist faculty members in their efforts to develop and to sustain experiential learning opportunities for students.  Funding will provide stipends of up to $1,000 to assist faculty members to incorporate civic engagement components into the coursework.  All full-time faculty with the University of South Florida St. Petersburg are eligible for this grant.

The course development grant program, funded through a generous grant from Florida CampusCompact, supported the creation of two new courses with civic engagement components for the Fall 2007 semester.

College of Business

Professor Richard Smith added a civic engagement component to ECO 2023 Economic Principles (Microeconomics). In this course, the first USFSP Economics course in the last 5 years to include a civic engagement component, students will participate in a service learning project with Keep Pinellas Beautiful in a campaign to enlist local companies to agree to remove litter in and around their premises.

Participation in this project relates to course topics such as

-Negative externalities and their solution. How can society devise ways to minimize some of theadverse effects of economic activity, such as littering, on the rest of society?

-Responding to incentives. Students will see how companies respond to the incentive of promotion in the local media as being “green” (through Keep Pinellas Beautiful, Inc.)

Professor Richard Smith and class with Keep Pinellas Beautiful's Liz Brewer

Professor Rick Smith with Keep Pinellas Beautiful representative Liz Brewer

Click here and here to view Professor Smith's syllabi for this course.

College of Arts & Sciences

Professor Vikki Gaskin-Butler added a civic engagement component to ISS 3930, PSY 4931, WST 4930 Psychology of Women. In this course, students will volunteer at a placement that enables them to gain a deeper understanding of issues related to the psychology of women in an applied setting. Students participated in the CCE/Volunteer Services Civic Engagement Fair to arrange placements at such agencies as CASA, Eckerd Youth Alternatives/High Five Pinellas, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Gulf Coast Community Care/Woman to Woman Program, the Pinellas County Health Department and the Salvation Army.

Professor Vikki Gaskin-Butler's Psychology of Women class

Click here and here to view Professor Gaskin-Butler's syllabi for this course.

The Fall 2007 Faculty Course Development Grants were funded by Florida Campus Compact.

www.floridacompact.org

Click here to view the Spring 2007 Faculty Course Development Grant recipient's course descriptions and syllabi.


 

Spring 2007 Faculty Course Development Grant recipient Professor Martine Fernandes' French Conversation class was featured on Fox 13 News on April 30, 2007.

Click here to view the video.

Martine Fernandes' French Conversation student with YWCA kids

Spring 2007 Faculty Course Development Grant Recipient

Martine Fernandes' French Conversation class was recently featured on Fox 13 News. Click here to view the video.


 

Spring 2007 Faculty Course Development Grant Program

SPRING 2007 FACULTY COURSE DEVELOPMENT GRANT RECIPIENTS

 

From left to right: Martine Fernandes, Mark J. Walters, Malcolm Butler, and Karin Braunsberger (not pictured: Monique Fields)

The course development grant program, funded through a generous grant from Florida Campus Compact, supported the creation of six new courses with civic engagement components for the Spring 2007 semester. .

 

College of Business

Professor Karin Braunsberger added a civic engagement component to MAR4824 Marketing and Management Problems. Students will work in teams to develop a marketing plan for a local non-profit agency.

Click here to view Professor Braunsberger's syllabus for this course.

College of Education

Professor Malcolm B. Butler added a civic engagement component to SCE 4310 Teaching Elementary School Science (K-6). Students will work Gulf Beaches Elementary School to develop its first (annual) “Come one, Come all! Family Fun Science Night” program.

Click here to view Professor Butler's syllabus for this course.

Click here to view Professor Butler's presentation at the "Insight Into A Civically Engaged Classroom Workshop".

College of Arts & Sciences

Professor Martine Fernandes added a civic engagement component to FR 2240 French Conversation II. Students will work with the children in the YWCA/USF Family Village and teach them basic French (name, colors, days, animals, etc.) and expose them to francophone culture through a number of activities (naming, reading, playing, singing).

Click here to view Professor Fernandes' syllabus for this course.

Professor S. Morgan Gresham added a civic engagement component to ENC 1102 Composition II. Students will work with local non-profits to write grant proposals, to develop posters or brochures, to draft press releases, or to create training manuals, depending on the needs of the agency.

Click here to view Professor Gresham's syllabus for this course.

Professors Mark J. Walters and Monique Fields added a civic engagement component to JOU 3308 Feature Writing and MMC 6936 Neighborhood News Bureau. The grant will create a civic reporting component in Feature Writing by adding a major civic reporting assignment. It will also strengthen the civic engagement reporting in Neighborhood News Bureau/Advanced Reporting by providing students basic reporting resources at this off-campus bureau, including reference books, area maps, and other essential reporting tools. The grant will create reporters who are citizen scholars with the academic insight, technical skills and social savvy required to effectively report on complex community issues. Students will be motivated in both courses to report on civic issues by offering a $150 award for the best feature/news article in Feature Writing and NNB on civic engagement.

Click here to view Professor Walters' syllabus for this course.

Click here and here to view Professor Fields' syllabi for these courses.

 

Video of this workshop will be availabe in the CCE Library shortly!

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Past Events

 

Fall 2012 Faculty Development Workshop Flier

 

 

 

 

 

Fall 2007 Faculty Development Luncheon & Workshop

The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

Professor John Ishiyama

Professor John Ishiyama

Editor of the Journal of Political Science Education and former fellow at the Carnegie Center for the Advancement of Teaching

In this session John Ishiyama discusses the concept of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SOTL), how it is related to research and scholarship generally, and provides insights on how to publish work in SOTL. Friday, October 5, 2007

12:00 to 1:30 PM

DAV 130

Click here to view pictures of this event.

Click here to view Professor John Ishiyama's homepage.

Click here to view Professor John Ishiyama's bio.

Click here and here for Professor Ishiyama's publicatons on SOTL.

Click here for Professor Ishiyama's PowerPoint presentation on SOTL.


FACULTY DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP SERIES SPRING 2007

New York Times Knowledge Network Faculty Luncheon & Workshop with

Regional Education Manager Petra Kohlmann

Monday, March 5, 2007

12:00-1:30 PM

FCT 123

Curriculum Integration Workshop with Florida Campus Compact's Luciano Ramos

Friday, March 30, 2007

12:00-2:00 PM

FCT 110 Insight into a Civically Engaged Classroom: A Roundtable Discussion

with the Spring 2007 CCE Course Development Grant Recipients

Friday, April 13, 2007

2:00-4:00 PM

DAV 130

To RSVP to one of these events, please call Jennifer Meier at 727-873-4773

or send an email to civicengage@stpt.usf.edu.


 

CURRICULUM INTEGRATION WORKSHOP On October 20, 2006, the Center brough Luciano Ramos of Florida Campus Compact to USFSP to provide a hands-on workshop, designed to give faculty ideas of ways in which they can incorporate a civic engagement/service learning component in their courses.

Florida Campus Compact also provided the Center with a generous grant which will allow us to award three $1,000 grants – one to a faculty member in each of the three Colleges. The grants will support faculty that add a service learning component to one of their Spring 2007 courses.


NEW YORK TIMES KNOWLEDGE NETWORK WORKSHOP

On October 13, 2006, the Center for Civic Engagement brought Petra Kohlman, Regional EducationManager of the New York Times, to campus for a faculty luncheon and workshop. 

Faculty participants were given the opportunity to provide their students with the New York Times, free of charge, for the fall 2006 semester. Also, 200 copies of the Times were promised to be delivered to USFSP each weekday morning from November 6 through December 8.

Discounted Times subscriptions are still available to students. Professors who are interested in bringing the Times into their classroom by asking their students to subscribe  can contact kohlmp@nytimes.com for more information.


INTRODUCTORY MEETING WITH FACULTY

On September 8, 2006, the Center for Civic Engagement held an introductory meeting to introduce facultyto the Center. The recommendations of the Strategic Planning Committee's Subcommittee on Community Engagement Report and Recommendations were reviewed.

Click here to view the minutes of the meeting.

 

STRATEGIC PLANNING COMMITTEE

SUBCOMMITTEE ON COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

Report and Recommendations

March 2006

Click here to view the Report and Recommendations.

 

 

 

 

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