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Campus Engage Symposium

Irish Universities Association

Tuesday, 17 June 2014 from 09:30 to 16:30 (IST)

Campus Engage Symposium

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Campus-Community Partnerships - Conversations for Change

Join us to debate best practice and future plans for campus-community initiatives.

The symposium is one of 3 events over a 2 day period celebrating campus-community engagement in Ireland.

The symposium programme, through “world café” roundtables and workshops, will facilitate campus community conversations on….

• applied practice in community-based research, teaching and learning
• benefits of volunteering to students and communities
• socio-economic impact of community-campus partnerships

For more information contact Kate Morris, National Coordinator, Campus Engage on kate.morris@iua.ie

Keynotes:

Barbara Holland

Prof. Barbara Holland, Portland State University; Senior Scholar, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

 Barbara will consider societal expectations of Higher Education Institutions and the strategic role of community engagement.

 

 

Sir David Watson

Sir David Watson, Professor of Higher Education, University of Oxford.

David will look at the relationship between higher education, the state and civil society.




Do you have questions about Campus Engage Symposium? Contact Irish Universities Association

When & Where


Dublin Castle - Printworks
Dame St
2 Dublin
Ireland

Tuesday, 17 June 2014 from 09:30 to 16:30 (IST)


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Organiser

Irish Universities Association

The Irish Universities Association (IUA) is the representative organisation for the seven Irish Universities. As the voice of the university sector we are committed to:

• clearly and publicly articulating the importance and value of university education
• acting as an advocate for the university system
• providing effective liaison and dialogue with the State and its agencies
• ensuring the system is resourced and prepared for the challenges of the future
• developing sectoral policies and strategies
• maximising the contribution of higher education in all its dimensions to society and the economy.

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