|Registration Opens||Jul 31, 2019 12:18am|
|Registration Closes||Dec 8, 2019 11:59pm or when space runs out.|
Students, faculty, and community partners who have worked together through GW's many community
engaged scholarship courses gather each semester at the
Nashman Center Symposium on Community
to share and reflect on their experiences, disseminate findings, and learn about
other campus/community initiativesJoin us for the fall symposium as we learn from and celebrate the Community Engaged Scholarship of students and faculty at GW. Scholarship across all schools at GW is represented and we encourage those new to the field of Community Engaged Scholarship to submit presentations or to attend and learn more.
Fall 2019 Symposium Schedule
Monday, December 9th, 2019, 12:00-3:30pm
Marvin Center, 3rd floor
11:30-12:00 pm Presenter Check-in (Grand Ballroom, 3rd Floor)
12:00 pm Lunch Speaker and Discussion
Guest speaker: Alexander Justice Moore, Chief Development Officer, DC Central Kitchen, and author of, The Food Fighters: DC Central Kitchen’s First Twenty-Five Years on the Front Lines of Hunger and Poverty(2014).
Lunch catered by DC Central Kitchen.
1:30-2:30pm Concurrent Reflection Sessions
Service and Social Justice: How do we Make the Connection?
Marvin Center Room 311
Facilitator: Mr. Timothy Kane, Associate Director of Inclusion Initiatives, Multicultural Student Services Center
GW Partnerships with DC Public Schools
Marvin Center Room 301
Facilitator: Dr. Jonathon Grooms, Assistant Professor, GSEHD and Co-director of GWTeach
The Sustainability Forum: Why do you Care and Why does it Matter?
Marvin Center Room 307
Facilitator: Dr. Tara Scully, Assistant Professor of Biology, and Director of the Sustainability Minor
Special Guest: Alexander Justice Moore, DC Central Kitchen
Creatively Capturing the Complexities of Communities: Video Screening and Discussion
Marvin Center Room 302
Facilitator, Dr. Imani M. Cheers, Associate Professor of Media and Public Affairs
Featuring student work from SMPA 4180: Online Journalism Workshop
2:40-3:30pm Showcase Presentations
Students from a variety of disciplines will present on their community engaged scholarship through courses, research, and fellowships.
- The 2019/2020 Knapp Fellow, Zaniya Lewis
- The 2019/2020 Knapp Fellow, Yesenia Yepez
- Eco-Equity Challenge grant recipient, Jonathan Kvilhaug
- HSCI 2110: Disease Prevention/Health Promotion, Instructor: Maranda Ward
- HSSJ 1100: Introduction to Human Services and Social Justice, Instructor: Emily Morrison
- HSSJ 1177: Organizing Social Justice and Human Services, Instructor: Gretchen Van Der Veer
- HSSJ 3110W: Program Planning and Evaluation, Instructor Michelle Kelso
- HSSJ 3152: Fact/Field/Fiction, Instructor Emily Morrison
- TRDA 3131W: Theatre for Social Change, Instructor: Jodi Kanter