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HENCE—Building a Higher Education Network for Community Engagement

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Title: HENCE—Building a Higher Education Network for Community Engagement
Creators: Driscoll, Amy; Fitzgerald, Hiram; Sandmann, Lorilee; Bruns, Karen
Keywords: HENCE
higher education
community partnerships
engagement
Issue Date: 2006-10-08
Series/Report no.: Outreach Scholarship Conference (6th : 2006 : Ohio State University)
Abstract: Presenters: Amy Driscoll (Associate Senior Scholar, Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching), Hiram Fitzgerald (Associate Provost, University Outreach and Engagement and University Distinguished Professor of Psychology, Michigan State University), Lorilee Sandmann (Associate Professor, The University of Georgia), Karen Bruns (Leader of Outreach and Engagement and OSU CARES, The Ohio State University). Abstract: You have a new opportunity to become involved nationally in advancing higher education’s partnerships with communities. In February 2006, 28 national organizations came together at a Wingspread Conference in Wisconsin to discuss how these organizations might, through their collective efforts, advance the higher education engagement movement. The HENCE network was formed and now serves as a vehicle by which these and other organizations can collaborate on advocacy, policy, scholarship, research, and visibility and dissemination issues. This session will provide an overview of HENCE and how you can become involved through your national organizations.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/24165
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