HSSJ 2170 is a course on interpersonal relationships that uses a lens of social justice and critically analyzes how intersections of identity impact relationships. Students are required to complete a 30-hour practicum at community-based agencies that serve disenfranchised community members.<> (Traditional - Engaged Research)
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You’ve done the work and submitted the papers-why not consider publishing or presenting your work or applying for a fellowship so that the field can learn from you and your community partners can benefit. Here are some great places to get started:
-Check out our blog we are constantly adding new places to publish and present community engaged work many of these calls are looking for student research-other calls will allow you to present with faculty https://blogs.gwu.edu/nashmanfacultyupdate/category/publish-or-present/
-Get funding (up to $10,000) to support and expand your community engaged work through a Knapp Fellowship proposals due May 24th https://serve.gwu.edu/knapp-fellowship-entrepreneurial-service-learning
-Present your work at GWU research days (you’ve already done this work in your classes-so why not) and be considered for the Nashman Prize https://serve.gwu.edu/nashman-prize-community-based-participatory-research
-Extend your work with funding from the Public Service Grant Commission https://serve.gwu.edu/public-service-grant-commission
-Work with your community partner on a project for peace grant https://serve.gwu.edu/projects-peace
-If your work community engaged work with organizations centers sustainability-apply for the eco-equity challenge https://serve.gwu.edu/eco-equity-challenge
-Watch this space and submit your writing on your work in the DC community for the Julian Clement Chase Prize https://writingprogram.gwu.edu/julian-clement-chase-prize
What one question or comment did you want to share with Alex Justice today from DCCK that we did not get to address in our session?
Which concurrent session did you attend? How did the students from the Community Engaged Scholarship Couse take up the idea of service and scholarship? What did you learn from them?
Showcase Sessions please answer for each room:
In room 301 which showcase laptop session did you find most compelling from the medical school and why?
In room 302- What did you learn about community engaged research by looking at these ongoing projects? Which method did
you find most effective for community engaged research?
In room 308- In the Human Service and Social Justice showcase which presentation best addressed a Social Justice issue that you were unaware of? Were you compelled to act/learn more about the issue because of what you saw if so what will you do?
And, you can use it to say thank you to your community partner and invite them to the symposium! Has your community partner gone above and beyond for you? Are you sharing work at the symposium from your service or research site? Invite them to lunch and the symposium-we'll have some great swag for all of the partners who attend. Share the RSVP with them today (It’s the same link as the one above)
As we were discussing today, our class is required to attend the annual Symposium on Community-Engaged Scholarship on December 9th from 12:30-3:30pm. Registration for the Symposium is now open and the deadline to do so is DECEMBER 1ST! You can use this link to register: https://gwserves.givepulse.com/event/119804-Fall-2019-Nashman-Center-Symposium-on-Community-Engaged-Scholarship (If you don't register, you won't get the free lunch that's included!)
For this class, presenting during the 'showcase presentations' section is an extra credit option. During this time, you would have a short presentation set up on a laptop and people will be walking through the room (where many others would be presenting as well) so that you could give them a short 'elevator pitch' about your service experience. To get a better idea of what this looks like/requires of you, check this out: https://serve.gwu.edu/symposium-community-engaged-scholarship
Please start registering now, especially if you are intending to present. If you are unsure about the exact process though, I can answer any questions before or after class next week and troubleshoot things with you.
(P.S - Don't forget to keep logging your hours!)
just wanted to share a few more reminders:
In last year’s survey of Community Engaged Scholarship students, many students said “I wished I had known about Metrorail and Bus to my site, I would have saved lots of money on transportation”. Try out the trip planner and Metro App https://www.dcmetroapp.com/and get to your site with ease (and less stress on your wallet) https://www.wmata.com/schedules/trip-planner/
Also, check out these great opportunities for students to take their community engaged scholarship to the next level. Click the link to learn more about funding opportunities for working with community partners in DC. https://t.e2ma.net/message/9bktzb/5cyd8ab
First, make sure to fill out the service waiver before you start serving: https://gwserves.givepulse.com/survey/take/wq9uJGH00MH7Ju7oCCVe
Also, be sure to check out the Community Service Fair at the Marvin Center on September 13th (this Friday!). If you are still looking for a service site for class, this is a perfect opportunity to find one. Here is some more information: https://blogs.gwu.edu/nashmanfacultyupdate/2019/08/27/gws-community-service-engagement-fair-friday-sept-13th/
Lastly, if you have any questions or need a refresher on what I went over in class, take a look at the CES service guide, which can be found under the 'documents' tab.
Have questions about getting ready to serve or how to start? Check out the student guide to service here: https://serve.gwu.edu/sites/g/files/zaxdzs2966/f/downloads/Student%20Guide%20to%20CES%20AY%2019-20.pdf