Join the 2021 Collaboratory Summit opening session to hear from a panel of Senior Leaders who are leveraging Collaboratory at their institutions. The panel will discuss the importance of community engagement data to fuel campus and community success and how their institutions are:
The panel will be moderated by Felice Nudelman, Associate Vice President of Academic Innovation and Transformation at the American Association of State Colleges and Universities.
Associate Vice President of Academic Innovation and Transformation at AASCU
Assistant Vice President of Community Engagement at Duquesne University
Associate Vice President of Undergraduate Studies at MSU Denver
Associate Director of the Office of School Partnerships, Indiana University System
Executive Director of the Steans Center at DePaul University
If you build it, will they come? Implementing and generating buy-in for Collaboratory across campus is tough. It’s the number one hurdle cited by administrators when it comes to getting Collaboratory off the ground, as it’s so heavily immersed in changing the culture of engagement across an institution. Join your fellow administrators and Collaboratory staff in this breakout session to talk through challenges and potential strategies and solutions to increase the adoption of Collaboratory across your campus this fall.
Data is only useful when it is collected and shared with purpose. Collaboratory enables institutions to track and report on community engagement in ways that align with institutional priorities and advocate for meaningful change. But how do institutions do that? Join fellow Collaboratory administrators and staff in this breakout session to talk about how institutions can set themselves up to successfully capture, track, and report on the various ways their institutions’ engagement aligns with key campus priorities.
Collaboratory data provides institutions and administrators with a multitude of ways to think about and position your community engagement and public service activities. But with great power comes great responsibility – and poses key questions about what data is most important to share and in what ways. Join fellow Collaboratory administrators and staff in this breakout session to discuss the different ways your community engagement and public service data can be reported on and shared across your campus.
The sky’s the limit! Let’s end the day dreaming about the ways you could push for change within your institution and communities. Join Collaboratory administrators and staff for a lively discussion where we explore:
Hindsight is 2020: Identifying Interinstitutional Trends to Revitalize Engagement Strategies
The Collaboratory team is excited to provide, for the first time, a high-level overview of Collaboratory data and cultural trends across our network of 40+ colleges and universities. This session will: