Course work leading up to the event will prepare them to present well-conceived, informed and innovative solutions for making communities and people better. Fostering civic engagement and self-efficacy is a collaborative effort and we would love for you to be part of the process through sharing your knowledge, encouragement and experiences. There are a number of ways to join the effort! Just fill out the form below to let us know who you are and when you may be available to visit us this semester.
And as a way to say "thank you" for your participation, we'd love to partner with you on your projects! We have a number of skills (e.g. research, evaluation, grant writing, lecturing, analysis and training) and knowledge in a range of areas (e.g. public administration/management, policy, nonprofit management, cultural competency, sociology, and teacher education) that we'd be happy to share in exchange for sharing your time, energy and expertise.
We appreciate you,Marla A. Parker, Assistant Professor, Political ScienceJessica DeShazo, Assistant Professor, Political ScienceDmitri Seals, Lecturer, SociologyKiMi Wilson, Teacher Education