- Capacity Building
- Community Engaged Scholarship
- Community Engagement
- Community Partnership
- Service Learning
UTEP STRATEGIC AREAS
- Education for the 21st Century Demographic
EDUCATING THE 21st-CENTURY STUDENT
This year's conference includes a section on connecting education and civic engagement, educational partnerships that cross national boundaries, and instructional methods that are adaptive and/or less bound by books or buildings.
Hosted by the UTEP Department of Philosophy, this is an initiative dedicated to promoting philosophical dialogue for children and youth in the El Paso area. Our program involves collaboration between local teachers, UTEP students and professors, as well as several dedicated community partners.
Domestic violence and sexual assault cross many arenas. Political science issues include public policy, federal and state legislation about victims’ rights, immigration issues related to persons escaping violence. Other areas of interest include public health, social work, counseling, media, business, etc. We are always interested in partnering with UTEP faculty, staff and students.
Contact: Stephanie Karr (Executive Director), email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Engaged Scholarship Consortium Resources tabs includes journals and calls for manuscripts, books, instruments and other tools useful for the development and dissemination of engaged scholarship.
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I3 Move Communities provide a way to share expertise, resources, and community information to the general public. There are numerous tools available, both open source and proprietary, for engaging in dialog and sharing information and knowledge within a closed group.
Communities have access to IBM SmartCloud, a tool that provides a Cloud Computing solution for sharing files, defining activities, creating blogs, developing wikis, and promoting ideas. To request an account and training on IBM SmartCloud, contact email@example.com.
This community engages in dialog as follows: