Browsing Office of Community Engagement by Issue Date

Browsing Office of Community Engagement by Issue Date

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  • Bringle, Robert; Officer, Starla; Hatcher, Julie; Grim, Jim (New Directions in Youth Development, 2009-06)
    After five years with no public schools in their community, residents and neighborhood organizations of the Near Westside of Indianapolis advocated for the opening of George Washington Community High School (GWCHS). As a ...
  • Grim, Jim; Officer, Starla (Netter Center for Community Partnerships, University of Pennsylvania, 2010-05)
    A meandering White River separates the Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) campus from the neighborhoods of Stringtown, Hawthorne and Haughville that make up the community of ...
  • Officer, Starla; Bringle, Robert; Grim, Jim (2011)
    Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis worked with the residents and leadership of three neighborhoods adjacent to the campus to reopen the closed George Washington High School. The resulting partnership has ...
  • Grim, Jim; Medina, Monica; Officer, Starla (Center for Service and Learning, IUPUI, 2011)
    In 2000, the Indianapolis Near-Westside welcomed the reopening of George Washington High School as George Washington Community School. The school had closed in 1995. This document draws on the decade of lessons and is ...
  • Grim, Jim; Medina, Monica; Short, Angela; Garvey, Jackie; Malone, LaTasha; Daugherty, Lindsey (Midwest Center for University-Assisted Community Schools, IUPUI, Indiana Partnerships Center, 2011-09)
    Discussion of public school reform draws attention to a typically overlooked essential of academic success: family and community engagement. Any serious reform cannot ignore authentic family/school/community engagement as ...
  • Officer, Starla; Grim, Jim; Medina, Monica; Bringle, Robert; Foreman, Alyssa (Peabody Journal of Education, 2013-10-23)
    Given the mounting call for academic achievement gains in America's public schools—particularly urban schools labeled “failing”—the need for community engagement to tackle a host of underlying social challenges warrants ...
  • Garcia, Silvia; Grim, Jim (2015-09-15)
    In July 2015, IUPUI launched a survey to capture the essence of the concept of Community Schools across Indiana, begin an inventory of Community School experiences and needs throughout the state, and identify priority areas ...
  • Grim, Jim (Partnership Press, Children's Aid Society, New York City, 2015-11)
    Adaptive leadership takes on particular importance when it comes to heading Community Schools. The sharing of leadership and decision-making with community partners can be a daunting undertaking – even for some seasoned ...
  • Norris, Kristin; Weiss, H. Anne (2015-11-20)
    This interactive presentation is designed for attendees to create an assessment plan for gathering evidence around students civic learning during a particular pedagogical experience- usually community- or experiential-based ...
  • Grim, Jim; Medina, Monica (Partnership Press, Children's Aid Society, New York City, 2016)
    School community partnerships provide a bedrock of stability and continuity in the midst of a tsunami of educational change on the Near Westside of Indianapolis. Central to the firmly imbedded partnerships is George ...
  • Garcia, Silvia; Njoku, Nadrea (2016-03-15)
    This report summarizes the results of the evaluation of the Martindale Brightwood Alliance for Educational Success (MBAES) (federally funded Full-Service Community Schools Initiative). The evaluation is based on partners' ...
  • Garcia, Silvia (2016-04-15)
    After five years in operation, MBAES partners wanted to understand the alliance and how they engage in collaborative efforts, the gains and investments of their organizations in this partnership throughout these years; and ...
  • Weiss, H. Anne (AASCU American Democracy Project, 2016-05-07)
    This brief article introduces readers to the unique place of Democracy Plaza on the IUPUI campus and its' role in the national conference: Civic Learning & Democratic Engagement (CLDE).
  • Norris, Kristin; Weiss, H. Anne; Mack, Heather; Medlin, Kristin; Wittman, Amanda (2016-10-23)
    Most campuses are eager to answer the question "How are students, faculty, and staff at my campus working to address wicked or public problems?" In this presentation we explore a range of strategies to track and monitor ...
  • Norris, Kristin; Weiss, H. Anne; Wendling, Lauren (2017-01-01)
    The purpose of this report is to provide readers with information about the frequency of community engagement through course-based experiences at IUPUI.
  • Garcia, Silvia (2017-01-15)
    In April 2016, Discover West Indys contacted the IUPUI Office of Community Engagement to develop a strategy for evaluating Bryan Fonseca's Transformational Impact Fellowship (TIF) with the Arts Council. The program would ...
  • Grim, Jim (At Your School, IUPUI, 2017-07)
    This framework outlines five steps based on best practices and strategies to enhance parent and family engagement in out-of-school time programming observed at AYS program locations in MSD Decatur Township, Spring Semester ...
  • Weiss, H. Anne; Norris, Kristin (2017-08-03)
    Pedagogies of community engagement have been touted as one way faculty or staff can produce or strengthen disciplinary or subject-related learning outcomes or skill development for students in higher education. This has, ...
  • Norris, Kristin; Wendling, Lauren; Keyne, Lisa (2017-10-07)
    Most campuses are eager to answer questions like “How are students, faculty, and staff on campus working to address civic issues and public problems?”, “To what extent is our engagement making a difference?”, “How can we ...
  • Norris, Kristin; Weiss, Anne (2017-11-01)
    IUPUI has a history of counting service-learning (2000-2012) and community-based learning courses (2103-2016). The information is used for school- and campus-level reporting (e.g., Chancellor’s Report to the Community, ...

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