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Tenure and Promotion Policies and the Carnegie Elective Classification for Community Engagement
One of the intentional benefits of the Carnegie Elective Classification for Community Engagement is that the application process itself cultivates conversation and can pave the way for institutional change around community engagement. One of the many pathways of institutional transformation includes the (co)production and dissemination of research that contributes to public good and social impact. Yet, institutional culture and incentives are often not aligned to support community-engaged scholarship, particularly promotion and tenure policies.

In this webinar, we will share highlights of recent collaborative work examining data about tenure and promotion policies and practices from the 2020 Carnegie Elective Classification for Community Engagement applications. This webinar will also discuss the importance of providing authentic answers and will illustrate some examples of effective responses to questions about faculty incentives in juxtaposition to those less effective.

Speakers:
Marisol Morales, Executive Director of Carnegie Elective Classifications, ACE 

Lauren Bartshe, Associate Director of Carnegie Elective Classifications, ACE 

Bemmy Maharramli, Associate Director for Strategic Initiatives, UCLA’s Center for Community Engagement

Bri Christy, Technical Assistance, Evaluation, and Assessment Manager, The University of Michigan’s Ginsberg Center

Neeraja Aravamudan, Director, The University of Michigan’s Ginsberg Center

Elyse Aurbach, Public Engagement and Research Impacts Lead, University of Michigan’s Office for the Vice President for Research

Kathryn Van Zanen, doctoral candidate in English and Education, University of Michigan

Sep 28, 2022 03:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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