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Webinar – Collaboratory Coffee Break: Applying for Carnegie
January 14, 2019 @ 12:00 pm - 12:30 pmFree
Applying for Carnegie? Take a Coffee Break with Collaboratory!
Monday, January 14th
1:00pm – 1:30pm EST
Is your institution in the process of applying for the elective Community Engagement Carnegie classification or reclassification? Or are you considering how to operationalize the commitments your institutions made to documenting your continued engagement since earning classification?
Grab a cup of coffee and start your new year off right! This short (but powerful!) presentation will help your institution:
- Review last-minute strategies to institutionally crowdsource necessary data while expanding institutional relationships
- Identify tips for completing the application itself – including pitfalls, challenges, and opportunities to leverage your institution’s strengths
- Communicate with institutional leaders, faculty, and staff about the value of data collection initiatives like Carnegie and lay the foundation for future data needs
- Learn how Collaboratory can support your Carnegie data collection efforts
Dr. Emily Janke is the Director of the UNC Greensboro Institute for Community & Economic Engagement and an Associate Professor of Peace and Conflict Studies. Emily is a member of the Carnegie Classification National Advisory Panel, and led the re-classification process for UNC Greensboro in 2015.
Kristin Medlin, MPA, MS is the Assistant Director for Postsecondary Initiatives at TreeTop Commons. Prior to working at TreeTop, Kristin worked as the Communications and Partnerships Manager in the UNC Greensboro Institute for Community & Economic Engagement. Kristin assisted with the re-classification process for UNC Greensboro in 2015.
But wait… there’s more!
Current Collaboratory Institutions are invited to join us for an additional 30 minutes following the webinar for a direct Q&A with Emily, who can answer questions about the review process and provide best practice recommendations for collecting data and completing the application!