WELCOME! This space supports and promotes the work of GW's Community Engaged Faculty. GW has a proud tradition of high-quality community engaged research, creative work, and practice, as well as community engaged teaching like service-learning.
Please use this space to communicate with like-minded colleagues about opportunities and interests.
Click People to see other faculty who have joined this space. You can message them privately by clicking "contact" on their page.
Click Impacts to see impacts (projects and initiatives) reported by faculty here. See below on how to report your own.
Click Subgroups to join special interest GWServes groups, which allows you to receive and share announcements, including events
Click Events to join us for discussions, panels, workshops, and meetings about this work.
REPORT YOUR OWN COMMUNITY ENGAGED SCHOLARSHIP
One of the Nashman Center's important functions is to collect and disseminate information about GW's campus-community partnerships. Having information about who is doing what, where, and with whom helps us all to coordinate our efforts and collaborate with our community partners more effectively. A Faculty Guide to GWServes is available on this GWServes page under "Documents." We are also happy to schedule time to meet with you or your department to demonstrate how to make the most of this platform.
NASHMAN CENTER OPPORTUNITIES AND INFORMATION
The Nashman Center Faculty Update- this e-newsletter and blog shares news on about community engaged scholarship, including: opportunities to publish CES work in academic journals or present at conferences, funding sources inside and outside of GW, and news about academic civic engagement and public service at universities around the country. The blog is has categories and a search function to help you find what interests you. The e-newsletter arrives twice monthly in your email inbox (sign up here).
The Nashman Center Webpage- review resources on community engaged scholarship teaching, research, and practice
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Special Section on COVID 19 and Community Engaged Writing
In the midst of this unprecedented global pandemic, Reflections coeditors Laurie Grobman and Deborah Mutnick invite submissions...