Wednesday, May 19th 12:00-3:30 PM (EST)
The Campuses for Environmental Stewardship 2021 Summit will bring together faculty and campus administrators in the discussion of how campuses can play a leadership role in prioritizing and solving critical issues like climate change, food insecurity and other intersecting issues. Together, conference participants will consider ways to recognize and reward the importance of community-engaged teaching/learning, design action plans, and strategize how to institutionalize these efforts. This gathering will also serve as a vehicle for cross-state and regional collaboration, networking, and resource sharing, and is free for all participants!
How Higher Education can Lead in Solving Critical Issues and Support Faculty at the Forefront: A Keynote Conversation with Dr. Timothy Eatman
Breakout Workshops: Session One
- Engaging Students and the Community in Energy Action
- A Real Story: How to Create a Food and Environmental Justice Service Learning Interdisciplinary Plan of Study
- Community-Engaged Learning: The Importance of Radical Empathy
- Supporting Faculty in the Vanguard of Community- Engaged Teaching & Learning
Breakout Workshops: Session Two
- Assigning Roles to Support Active Student Learning
- Community-Engaged Learning Opportunities with Campus Sustainability Programs of All Sizes
- Collaborative Teaching: A Case Study in Food Waste
- Environmental Stewardship and Storytelling through the Humanities
2:45- 3:00 PM
Small Group Reflection
Timothy K. Eatman, Ph.D., an educational sociologist and publicly engaged scholar, serves as the inaugural dean of the Honors Living – Learning Community and Associate Professor of Urban Education at Rutgers University-Newark. From 2012 – 2017 his primary network of operation and leadership was with the national consortium Imagining America: Artists and Scholars in Public Life serving as Faculty Co-Director. Tim currently serves as national co-chair of the Urban Research Based Action and immediate past chair of the International Association for Research on Service Learning and Community Engagement board. Tim is in his second term on the board of directors of the American Association of Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) serving as Chair of the membership committee. Also with AAC&U Tim serves as a faculty member of the Institute on High Impact Practices for Student Success. He is a member of the National Advisory Committee for the Carnegie Engagement Classification for Community Engagement and the National Advisory board for Bringing Theory to Practice.
Pursuing a rigorous scholarly agenda, Tim publishes widely, serves on editorial boards and reviews for scholarly journals, publications and conferences. He has written several book chapters and research reports including the widely cited Scholarship in Public: Knowledge Creation and Tenure Policy in the Engaged University, a seminal report on faculty rewards and publicly engaged scholarship and a study of the aspirations and decisions of graduate students and early career scholars. Tim is co-editor of The Cambridge Handbook of Service Learning and Community Engagement published in 2017.
A widely sought-after speaker, workshop facilitator, and collaborator who has earned local, national and international recognition for his leadership in advancing understandings about the multi-faceted impact of publicly engaged scholarship in the university of the 21st century, Tim was recognized by the University of Illinois College of Education with its 2018 Distinguished Alumni Award. For more information see his webpage at http://timothykeatman.com.
About Campuses for Environmental Stewardship
Campuses for Environmental Stewardship is a New England-wide initiative that supports interdisciplinary faculty teams committed to addressing environmental stewardship and food insecurity through the integration of community-engaged teaching and learning in higher education courses. This initiative is coordinated by Maine Campus Compact, Campus Compact for New Hampshire, and national Campus Compact.
Campuses for Environmental Stewardship (CES) and the CES Best Practices Showcase are funded with generous support to Maine Campus Compact by the Davis Educational Foundation established by Stanton and Elizabeth Davis after Mr. Davis’ retirement as chairman of Shaw’s Supermarkets, Inc.
If you have any questions or need more information about the 2021 CES Summit, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org