Engage for Change Conference

Engage for Change Conference

Bringing together faculty and community partners to share best practices and research

  • The Engage for Change conference aims to connect local community engagement practitioners (faculty, students, community organizations) and encourage sharing of best practices and model programs and to push community-engaged scholarship forward in the Capital Region.
    The Engage for Change conference aims to connect local community engagement practitioners (faculty, students, community organizations) and encourage sharing of best practices and model programs and to push community-engaged scholarship forward in the Capital Region.
  • Engage for Change participants focus on the evaluation of tangible outcomes that result from community partnerships.
    Engage for Change participants focus on the evaluation of tangible outcomes that result from community partnerships.
  • Engage for Change participants examine how community partner relationships may be incorporated into pedagogy for student benefit and community action.
    Engage for Change participants examine how community partner relationships may be incorporated into pedagogy for student benefit and community action.
  • The Engage for Change conference has four tracks that focus on teaching techniques, community-engaged teaching and learning, scholarship and research, and best practices.
    The Engage for Change conference has four tracks that focus on teaching techniques, community-engaged teaching and learning, scholarship and research, and best practices.
  • Learn about current projects and community-based research currently happening.
    Learn about current projects and community-based research currently happening.

Coming soon!

Engage for Change is a regional conference that connects local community engagement practitioners​, including ​faculty, students,​ and​ community organizations​. The aim is to s​har​e​ best practices​ across institutions ​and​ methods for advancing this work in the Capital Region.  T​his year, t​he theme for this conference is, "engaging diverse communities."  We ​also ​welcome presentations, teaching​ demonstrations​, and roundtable discussions that highlight inclusive ​practices in the classroom and beyond.

​We welcome presentations in the following areas:

  • Hands-on demonstrations of teaching techniques
  • Presentation on community engaged classes and research
  • Best practices in community-university partnerships
  • Round-table discussion on campus/community strategies​

 

Speakers

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Conference Program

Conference Program

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Campus Directions

Campus Directions

No parking pass is required for conference participants. Snyder Hall (building 12) is located on the north side of campus. Parking is available directly outside of Snyder Hall in Lots C and D and overflow parking is available up the hill in Lot B.

Campus map/directions

Past Conferences

Past Conferences