Working Groups

Community Engagement Council Working Groups (2018-2019)
 

Reviewers Group (Carnegie and DAP)

Alignment with Chancellor's CE Council Charge: Quality assurance and strategies for achieving the CE mission
Group: Sri Devi Duvvuri, Marie Blakey, Ann McMahon, Rayyan Hussain​​
Scope:

  1. Members will review and provide feedback on the Carnegie Community Engagement Classification application.
  2. Members will review and provide feedback on Diversity Action Plan (DAP).
  3. Members will share feedback and a report out on intersections between DAP/CEC and recommendations for future synergies to the Council.

Definitions Group

Alignment with Chancellor's CE Council Charge: Advancing shared understandings. 
Group: Sri Devi Duvvuri, Marie Blakey, Shauna Carlisle, Layla Taylor, Kelly Snyder, Deanna Kennedy
Scope:

  1. Members will take the CE Mission Statement and identify component words needing clarification.
  2. Members will search, compile and review definitions from academic, institutional practice, and relevant Carnegie application work to recommend definition and an operational framework to the Council.
  3. Members will produce a list of accepted definitions and framework by the end of the AY18/19.

Grants Group

Alignment with Chancellor's CE Council Charge: Developing goals, strategy and tactics to achieve the community engagement mission.
Group: Natalia Dyba, Mary Houston, Ann McMahon, Shauna Carlisle, Kara Adams, Deanna Kennedy
Scope:

  1. Members will identify funding opportunities for institutional CE activities.
  2. Members will share updates and submission information with CE Council.
  3. Members will draft and submit at least 1 proposal.

Recommendations Group

Alignment with Chancellor's CE Council Charge: Developing goals, strategy and tactics to achieve the community engagement mission.
Group: Kim Wilson, Sam Al-Khoury, Keith Nitta, Bruce Burgett, Kara Adams, Deanna Kennedy 
Scope:

  1. Members will identify a process of collecting and prioritizing recommendations coming from the Carnegie application.
  2. Members will gather the application recommendations and any arising from Council work, and enact the process to identify top priorities.
  3. Members will identify potential timelines and strategies for to priorities to be shared with the Council by yers end.