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Wednesday, June 1 • 9:45am - 10:45am
Competencies of Second Generation Community Engagement Professionals: Findings from the Campus Compact CEP Project

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This session will present findings of a literature review and corresponding study that examined competencies of Community Engagement Professionals (CEPs). CEPs are professional staff whose primary job is to support and administrate community-university engagement. Given the dearth of empirical literature on CEPs in higher education, the team of researchers drew from abundant literature on community-university engagement practices to infer competencies. Researchers then compiled the identified competencies into a ranking tool that was administered to CEPs at professional association meetings. Results include a preliminary competency model for second generation CEPs.

Speakers
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Ashley Farmer-Hanson

Assistant Dean for Student Life & Director of Civi, Buena Vista University
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Kira Pasquesi

Doctoral Candidate, University of Iowa
Kira Pasquesi is a doctoral candidate in the Higher Education & Student Affairs program at the University of Iowa. Her dissertation is examining how colleges and universities use language to represent diversity and inclusion in community engagement.



Wednesday June 1, 2016 9:45am - 10:45am
Indiana Room 346

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