UH Manoa 3rd Annual Service Learning-Institute to Address Role of University in Public Planning and Social Change

Features sessions for faculty, students and practitioners

University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Posted: Oct 14, 2004

HONOLULU — UH Mānoa‘s College of Social Sciences presents its 3rd Annual Service-Learning Institute from 8:30 a.m. — 3:30 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 18 in the Campus Center Executive Dining Room. Sessions for faculty, students and service-learning practitioners will be offered.

The program will feature a morning keynote address on "The Role of the University in Public Planning and Social Change" by Dr. Kenneth Reardon, associate professor and Chair of the Dept. of City and Regional Planning at Cornell University. Additionally, there will be panel presentations and networking opportunities for community partners, administrators, students and faculty. Lunch will be offered for the first one-hundred registrants.

The afternoon will include three parallel workshops on Service Learning 101; Student Leadership in Service Learning and Beyond Civic Engagement which features dialogues and presentations on building intellectual capital and deepening partnerships for intermediate to advanced-level service-learning practitioners.

To register, contact Ulla Hasager, coordinator, by Oct. 15 at 956-4218 or ulla@hawaii.edu.

The 3rd Annual Service-Learning Institute is sponsored by the UH Mānoa College of Social Sciences and Ethnic Studies Department, UH Mānoa Service-Learning Office, Hawaiʻi Pacific Islands Compact, Lean and Serve America and the UH Mānoa Office for Student Equity, Excellence and Diversity.

The Institute will be followed by a reception celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Hawaiʻi Pacific Islands Campus Compact. For more information, call 956-4641.