In an effort to continue the conversation about expanding service year opportunities in the Commonwealth, this year’s VA Engage Annual Meeting will combine with the Governor’s Summit on Advancing Engagement in the Commonwealth. To find out more and/or to register visit http://www.averett.edu/ccecc/summit-at-averett-invitation/. Proposals will be accepted until September 6. To learn more about proposal topics Read more about 2016 Annual Meeting: Registration and Request for Proposals Now Open[…]
Undergraduate and graduate students are invited to submit their work to the VA Engage Journal for inclusion in Volume 5 by June 1, 2016. The VA Engage Journal promotes engaged scholarship by undergraduate, professional, and graduate students. The journal provides a forum for students to publish research studies (quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods), reflection essays, Read more about VA Engage Journal: Call for Submissions[…]
This summer, Virginia Commonwealth University is offering a doctoral-level, connected learning course called Collaborative Curiosity: Designing Community-Engaged Research (CEnR). This online course is available to the general public as a MOOC (not for academic credit) as well as for academic credit. Please share information about this course with your campus and community-based colleagues. VCU is Read more about Collaborative Curiosity: Designing Community-Engaged Research[…]
University of Richmond’s Fall 2015 issue of “Engage,” a newsletter from the Bonner Center for Civic Engagement, is now available. You may access it at engage.richmond.edu/about/connect/newsletter.html.
The Fall 2015 volume of the VA Engage Journal, an engaged scholarship project of the VA Engage Network, is now available at scholarship.richmond.edu/vaej/. This volume includes work by undergraduate and graduate students representing Old Dominion University, Shenandoah University, University of Richmond, Virginia Military Institute, and Washington and Lee University. To learn more about the VA Engage Read more about Now Available: Fall 2015 Volume of the VA Engage Journal[…]
Nominations for the 2016 Virginia Governor‘s Volunteerism & Community Service Awards are due December 16, 2015. These awards are presented by the Governor‘s Advisory Board on Service and Volunteerism and Service at the Virginia Department of Social Services, on behalf of the Office of the Governor. There is a special category for Educational Institutions. From Read more about Virginia Governor’s Volunteerism and Community Service Awards[…]