10,00 - 11,00 INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION 

Service-learning in higher education in Central and Eastern Europe  – Shared Experiences from the SLIHE Project

Representatives of the universities participated in the SLIHE project

The panel discussion aim is to present outputs of the Erasmus+ project Service-learning in Higher Education – fostering the third mission of universities and civic engagement of students. Representatives of participated universities will also share experiences from the project implementation.  

11,30 - 12,30 PARALLEL WORKSHOPS AND PRESENTATIONS

You can join a different session with presentations or workshops. Before joining the sessions with presentations, please have look at the video presentations or papers prepared by presenters which you can download directly from the website.  

 

 

14,00 - 15,00 PARALLEL WORKSHOPS AND PRESENTATION

 You can join a different session with presentations or workshops. Before joining the sessions with presentations, please have look at the video presentations or papers prepared by presenters which you can download directly from the website.  

 

15,30 - 16,30 KEYNOTE 1: STRATEGIES FOR BUILDING THE ENGAGED UNIVERSITY

Andrew Furco

Associate Vice President for Public Engagement

University of Minnesota, U.S.A.

Most universities can point to many community engagement programs and projects taking place on their campuses.  However, there is a difference between a university with community engagement programs and an “engaged university”.  In this session, we examine what the research tells us regarding the critical elements that are essential for building the engaged university. We explore the policies, infrastructure, culture, and leadership that are needed to move an institution from being a university with community engagement projects to becoming a fully engaged university. We also discuss the important and critical role that service-learning plays in creating the pathway for institutions of higher education to become engaged universities. 

17,00 - 18,00 OPEN GENERAL MEETING OF EUROPEAN ASSOCIATION OF SERVICE-LEARNING IN HIGHER EDUCATION

PRESENTATION OF EASLHE OBJECTIVES AND WORKING GROUPS

Video invitation form the president of the Association Pilar Aramburuzabala

Open to all attendants interested in becoming a member or knowing about the Association

It is a great pleasure to present the European Association of Service-Learning in Higher Education (EASLHE), which was created in September of 2019 with the purpose of promoting the use of Service-Learning as a pedagogical tool in European Higher Education institutions. EASLHE is led by a General Meeting, composed of 19 members who are organized in Working Groups related to Research, Dissemination, Fundraising & the European Observatory of Service-Learning in Higher Education, and Policymaking. On Tuesday, July 14th, we will have an Open General Meeting. You are very welcome to participate if you are interested in becoming a member or just want to know more about the Association.

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