2014-2015 CETR Events and Forums
The Center for Community- Engaged Teaching and Research invites faculty to participate in events and forums throughout the 2014-2015 Academic Year. To RSVP, call 412.396.5893 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please join us for our monthly open house for community-engaged faculty and community partners, repleate with wine and cheese, 4 - 5 p.m, Murphy Building, 20 Chatham Square
- Wednesday, September 10
- Wednesday, October 22
- Wednesday, November 19
- Thursday, January 29
- Thursday, February 26
Campus to Community Excursion
Thursday, October 16
For faculty within their first three years at Duquesne, we will offer a tour of the Hill District led by one of our
community partners with stops to learn about innovative programs and services found within our local community.
Fall Working Session - From Objective to Evidence
Thursday, November 6
Join with colleagues to learn about strong alignment between learning objectives, community learning
experiences, and student learning assessment.
Spring Working Session - Packaging the Work
Wednesday, March 18
Join with colleagues to learn how to describe community-engagedteaching and research as part of promotion and tenure materials.
CETR Year End Celebration
Tuesday, April 28
An end-of-year reception to honor the work of faculty and staff who have contributed to community-engaged teaching and research this year.
Tuesday, May 19
A one-day intensive institute on community-engaged course design for faculty scheduled to teach in the coming year.
Monday, June 1 and Tuesday, June 2
Steal away in the early summer for two days of dedicated writing time. Intended for faculty who want to move along a writing project about their community-engaged scholarship, or to brainstorm potential written products about their teaching or research.
Community-Engaged Research Inquiry Group
Five Critical Conversations on the Intersection between Institutional Support and Community-Engaged Research
Catalyst: Dr. Eva Simms, 2014-2015 Gaultier Faculty Fellow
Over the course of the year, faculty members are invited to participate in five evolving conversations with Dr. Eva Simms and a variety of panelists about community-engaged research at Duquesne. Dr. Simms' Share the Knowledge project is an example of a participatory research process designed to develop a set of best practices for reconnecting African-American children and adults to places of nature within their communities. In an effort to recognize the project as an example of community-engaged research and to advocate for the adoption of such research across the University, it will be utilized as a primary case study to explore and expand upon the following questions:
How do we cultivate funding for community-engaged research?
Monday, October 27, 3 - 4:30 p.m.
How do we build an institutional language and nomenclature for community-engaged research?
Tuesday, November 11, Noon - 1:30 p.m.
What are the ethical implications of producing knowledge in and with communities?
Thursday, January 22, Noon - 1:30 p.m.
What are the nuances of involving students (graduate and undergraduate) in community-engaged research?
Monday, February 16, 3 - 4:30 p.m.
How do we appropriately reward and recognize community-engaged research as a part of the faculty workload?
Wednesday, March 18, 3 - 4:30 p.m.