Basics of Anti-Racist Community Engagement in the Context of Pandemics

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Basics of Anti-Racist Community Engagement in the Context of Pandemics

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Date and Time

  • Wednesday, December 2, 2020 from 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.

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5998 Alcala Park San Diego, CA 92110

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As part of an ongoing series on community engagement, The Faculty Council on Community Engagement (FCCE), The Mulvaney Center and the Center for Educational Excellence would like to invite you to participate in this upcoming Faculty Development Workshop which will use relevant examples that highlight four specific criteria (see below) demonstrating the ways in which critical community engagement aligns with and supports the work of anti-racism. 
The four criteria and presenters are as follows:
  • Democratic, Reciprocal, and Mutually Beneficial Partnerships by Kate DeConinck from her ongoing partnership with People Assisting the Homeless (PATH)
  • Societal Issues and the Common Good by Dr. Kevin Guerrieri and Dr. Alejandro from their ongoing “Digital Narratives” work with Human Rights Defenders in Tijuana and Learning Living Community (LLC) students
  • Critical Reflection by Dr. Kristopher Hall from his ongoing work with students in his Clinical Mental Health Counseling Practicum course
  • Civic Learning, Citizenship and Democratic Values by Dr. Odesma Dalrymple from her ongoing work in her User-Centered Design Course and the Blind Community Center
At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:
  • Describe some of the history behind community engagement work at USD and in higher education in general;
  • Discuss the basic tenets of course-based community engagement Work;
  • Apply the criteria of the Community Engagement Institutional Assessment (CEIA) Rubric in the design of projects;
  • Reflect on the role of meaningful, reciprocal, and democratic relationships with community partners in the context of pandemics.

Please email cee@sandiego.edu to register at your earliest convenience. 

Please feel free to contact John Loggins at jloggins@sandiego.edu with any questions. We look forward to gathering with you soon.
 
Odesma Dalrymple, Phd with students from USD's Shiley-Marcos School of Engineering and the SD Blind Community Center.Odesma Dalrymple, Phd with students from USD's Shiley-Marcos School of Engineering and the SD Blind Community Center.

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