Comprehensive and Creative: NC State’s Successful Implementation of Collaboratory to Track Community Engagement

Description

Generating institution-wide buy-in and support for community engagement data collection is an intensive and worthwhile endeavor, though it is no small task!  This webinar featured administrators from North Carolina State University who detailed how they are successfully implementing Collaboratory across their campus.

NC State shared how they are:

  • Identifying stakeholders and early adopters,
  • Generating buy-in from faculty and staff across campus
  • Operationalizing strategies for data entry and use, and
  • Incorporating data into existing structures and processes to ensure long-term success.

 

Previously Recorded: Thursday, June 2, 2022

Meet Your Panelists:

Stacy Bluth

Stacy Bluth

Collaboratory Program Manager, Office of Outreach & Engagement, North Carolina State University

 

Kwesi Brookins

Kwesi Brookins, Ph.D.

Interim Vice Provost; Director, Center for Family and Community Engagement; Associate Professor of Psychology and Africana Studies, North Carolina State University

Samantha Graham

Samantha Graham

Innovative Engagement Program Manager, Office of Outreach & Engagement, North Carolina State University

Jason Painter

Jason Painter, Ph.D.

Director, The Science House, North Carolina State University

Meet Your Moderator:

Lauren 2020

Lauren Wendling, Ph.D.

Director of Institutional Success, Collaboratory