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Guided Conversations: MSCHE Accreditation Standards and Community and Civic Engagement Session I

December 14 at 3:00 pm

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Join Campus Compact Mid-Atlantic (CCMA), Campus Compact of New York & Pennsylvania (CCNYPA), New Jersey Campus Compact (NJCC), the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE), and others for an exciting series of Guided Conversations aimed to leverage an institution’s community and civic engagement initiatives. By gaining a robust understanding of these initiatives, institutions can better link faculty, staff, and student activities to the accreditation expectations of MSCHE.

The series kicks off with a pre-recorded session Foundational Aspects of MSCHE: Accreditation Processes, Requirements of Affiliation, and Standards for Accreditation (watch now https://go.msche.org/foundational-aspects-of-msche-video) and be followed by five, one-hour guided conversations via Zoom.

The Guided Conversations include representatives from member institutions who have successfully tied community and civic engagement initiatives to accreditation activities and the Standards for Accreditation and the leadership of CCMA, CCNYPA, NJCC, and MSCHE. The Guided Conversations will each begin with a short presentation by panelists, followed with Q&A from webinar participants.

Session I: Leveraging Community and Civic Engagement Initiatives through Accreditation Expectations

Featuring:

  • Dr. Heather F. Perfetti, President, MSCHE
  • Dr. Kate Conway-Turner, President, Buffalo State University; Chair, Campus Compact; and Commissioner, MSCHE
  • Dr. Maurice Taylor, Vice President for Academic Outreach and Engagement, Morgan State University
  • Ms. Madeline Yates, Executive Director, CCMA
  • Dr. Laurie Worrall, Executive Director, CCNYPA

To learn more and register, visit https://midatlantic.compact.org/msche_guided_conversations


Future Sessions:

Wednesday, January 20, 2-3 p.m.
Sessions II: Community and Civic Engagement through the Lens of Accreditation Standards

Wednesday, February 17, 10-11 a.m.
Sessions III: Community and Civic Engagement through the Lens of Accreditation Standards

Wednesday, March 17, 1-2 p.m.
Sessions IV: Community and Civic Engagement through the Lens of Accreditation Standards

Thursday, April 22, 11 a.m.-12 p.m.
Session V: Utilizing the Carnegie Civic Engagement Classification Application to Support Self-Study and Accreditation

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December 14
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3:00 pm
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