Welcome to the UCF Downtown Engaged Scholarship Lectures. These are lectures by Visiting Faculty and other special guests who have expertise in Community-Engaged Scholarship, with focus on research, teaching, outreach, and institutional design. All sessions will be recorded and posted online for future viewing. All sessions are on Tuesdays from 12pm-1:30pm EST.
The schedule is as follows:
March 9, 2021: Marisol Morales, EdD, Vice President for Network Leadership, Campus Compact -- TOPIC: Engaging Sameness: Latinx Students & Community Engagement
March 23, 2021: Randy Stoecker, PhD, Professor, Department of Community and Environmental Sociology, University of Wisconsin -- TOPIC: A Community Development Model of Higher Education Community Engagement
April 6, 2021: Del Bharath, PhD, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Savannah State University -- TOPIC: Toward an Antiracist Service-Learning: Where we Are, and Where we Could be Headed
April 13, 2021: Samory Pruitt, PhD, Vice President for Community Affairs, The University of Alabama -- TOPIC: The 4Rs: A Theoretical Framework for Engaging Communities and Changing Lives
April 20, 2021: Victoria Foster, PhD, Assistant Director, Institute for Social Responsibility, Edge Hill University (United Kingdom) -- TOPIC: People and Place: Participatory Research in the Community
May 11, 2021: Mawethu Nyakatya, Manager of Research Partnerships, Division of Social Impact, Stellenbosch University (South Africa) -- TOPIC: Promoting Engaged Scholarship: a case of Stellenbosch University, South Africa