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Promising Practices

The 16th Annual Promising Practices theme is Civic and Community Engagement

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2013

16th Annual Multicultural Conference

Civic and Community Engagement

CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

 7:45-8:30

 

 REGISTRATION  (continental breakfast served)

 Donovan Dining Center

 8:30-8:45

 

 Welcome Address

 Donovan Dining Center

 8:45- 10:15

 

 PLENARY SESSION: “Marshaling the Power of Civic and Community Engagement: Confronting Rhode Island's Most Pressing Challenges

 -- Moderator: Scott MacKay, Rhode Island Public Radio –

 Donovan Dining Hall

 10:30-11:20

 Session I

 Rhode Island College campus

 11:30-12:20

 Session II 

Rhode Island College campus

 12:30-1:50

 KEYNOTE ADDRESS (lunch served)

 Dr. Howard Rosing, Director, Steans Center for Community-Based Service Learning, DePaul University

 Donovan Dining Center

 2:00-2:50

 Session III

 Rhode Island College campus

 3:00-4:50

 Institutes

 Rhode Island College campus

KEYNOTE ADDRESS

12:50-1:50 p.m., Donovan Dining Hall

Howard Rosing

 

 

 

 

 

Social Justice as Pedagogy: Action Research, Activist Learning and Critical Service Learning in Higher Education

Howard Rosing, Ph.D. 

Executive Director, Irwin W. Steans Center for Community Based Service Learning and Community Service Studies, DePaul University

James P. Adams Library  ·  Rhode Island College  ·  600 Mount Pleasant Ave, Providence, RI 02908