ILCC gathers resources pertaining to higher education, civic responsibility, community engagement, and everything in between. Resources are selected monthly based on current trends, topics, and interests. The goal of the ILCC resource round up is to encourage members to have thoughtful dialogue around relevant issues in the field and to offer a place to learn more about the concepts surrounding our mission.
“The Impact of Service Learning on Pre-service Teachers Preconceptions of Urban Education” by Sherri Weber of SUNY Buffalo State.
Tapping into the Student Voice: One Institution’s Effort to Listen More Deeply by Laura Wilmarth Tyna, Director of Community Engaged Learning at our Member Institution, Lewis University.
The Governor’s Hometown Awards program gives formal recognition to those that contributed to their community’s quality of life via projects that have strong volunteer support, met a need, and made a definitive impact in calendar year 2017! The application can be found here and is due August 1, 2018.
The Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities is pleased to announce the inaugural Barbara A. Holland Scholar Award. This annual award honors a bold, mid-career administrator-scholar whose leadership and intellectual voice illuminates the transformative power of urban and metropolitan higher education in the lives of individuals and communities. This award is open to administrator-scholars from current CUMU member institutions. CUMU accepts nominations for this award through July 13. More details can be found here.