This workshop is co-sponsored by the Assessment and Curriculum Support Center, Civic and Community Engagement Office, Civic Engagement for the College of Social Sciences, and Center for Teaching Excellence.
Campus leaders in civic engagement invite instructional faculty and staff to discuss strategies and possibilities to consider when planning civic engagement opportunities for their students in fall and onward. The panelists will provide concrete resources and real-life examples on how UH Mānoa faculty organize civic engagement activities and design assignments/assessment.
In this highly interactive discussion session, participants share:
• challenges of organizing civic engagement activities during a pandemic
• possibilities and adaptation strategies
• plans and areas of need
Who should attend: Instructors and civic engagement program coordinators
Date and Time: Friday, September 18, 11:00am-12:30pm & Wednesday, November 4, 2:00pm-3:30pm
Yao Z. Hill, Assessment and Curriculum Support Center
Atina Pascua, Civic and Community Engagement
Ulla Hasager, Civic Engagement for the College of Social Sciences
Lisa Kehl, Office of Public Health Studies