Advancing P-12 Engagement through Data: An Indiana University System Approach
In Fall 2020 community engagement professionals across eight Indiana University campuses established a system-level working group to collect and leverage community engagement data to understand how IU is addressing P-12 education initiatives throughout the state in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. In this presentation participants will learn from a panel of community engagement professionals within the IU system who are involved in this initiative.
Join Lauren Wendling, Collaboratory’s Customer Success Manager, and colleagues from across the IU System at Arizona State University’s 2021 Social Embeddedness Network Conference.
Lauren WendlingDirector of Institutional Success, Collaboratory
Lauren works to ensure that all institutions successfully implement and utilize Collaboratory software to tell their story of community engagement. Prior to joining Collaboratory, Lauren worked as a Graduate Assistant within the Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) Office of Community Engagement where she built capacity for and implemented Collaboratory software to gather information from across campus and the community to inform assessment, institutional decision-making, and to tell the story of IUPUI’s collective impact. Lauren earned her Ph.D. in Higher Education from Indiana University Bloomington, with a focus on urban education. Lauren’s scholarship focuses on the recognition and evaluation of engaged scholarship within promotion and tenure and the institutionalization of community engagement.