Civic Engagement During a Pandemic: A Discussion Series

July 8, 11:00am - 12:30pm
Mānoa Campus, Online Event

Presented by:
The Office of Civic and Community Engagement
College of Social Sciences Program for Civic Engagement/ACCESS Engagement
Assessment and Curriculum Support Center
Center for Teaching Excellence

We invite faculty to learn with us and examine strategies, possibilities, and regulations they should consider when planning for civic engagement opportunities for their students.

The civic engagement leaders on campus, Atina Pascua and Ulla Hasager, will facilitate the discussions and provide the most updated expectations and regulations from government agencies, community organizations, and the university. They will provide real-life examples, and immediately implementable strategies, along with instruments and tools to aid in implementing engagement opportunities to students.

Yao Hill from the Assessment and Curriculum Support Center will provide advice on civic engagement assessment.

In this highly interactive discussion session, participants will share:

  • challenges of organizing civic engagement activities during a pandemic
  • possibilities and adaptation strategies
  • plans and areas of need

Faculty are encouraged to bring their own experiences, strategies, and materials to share with colleagues. The facilitators will respond to participants’ ideas and offer resources and guidance.

Please note that we plan for this forum to be an ongoing opportunity for peer interactions and opportunities throughout fall 2020 and future dates will become available soon.

Event Sponsor
Center for Teaching Excellence, Mānoa Campus

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