Community engagement is foundational to both domestic and international expressions of global engagement.  However, in many campuses the pedagogies and activities that constitute global engagement may be disconnected.  As Engaged Abroad offices look to make the case for their impacts on students and communities, being able to track and report on community engagement holistically opens up new avenues to address cross-cutting issues like equity, belonging, workforce development and sustainability.  The Forum on Education Abroad and Collaboratory co-hosted this webinar exploring how campuses can better understand, track, and align institutional global engagement efforts with community engagement. 

Recorded March 5, 2024

Meet Your Panelists:


Christina Ngo

Executive Director of Social Embeddedness, Arizona State University


Christine Bruckner

Sustainability Assistant Director, Illinois State University


Rachel Waring-Sparks

Assistant Director of Assessment, Illinois State University


Kathleen Head

Director of Global Experience Office, Worcester Polytechnic Institute


Sarah Stanlick

Assistant Professor, Integrative & Global Studies; Director of the Great Problems Seminar, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

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