North Carolina Campus Engagement is a collaborative network of colleges and universities committed to:
- Educating students for civic and social responsibility
- Partnering with communities for positive change
- Strengthening democracy
The NC Campus Engagement state office fosters connections between campuses, shares best practice information and resources, recognizes outstanding work, and champions civic and community engagement in higher education.
February 13, 2023
11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
This webinar will feature insights from a panel of three scholars who have helped their institutions revise both formal and informal promotion and tenure processes, to recognize, reward, and retain publicly engaged faculty. The webinar is sponsored by NCCE, Collaboratory, and LEAD California.
Pause. Gather. Write.
6th Annual Engaged Scholar Writing Retreat
March 3, 2023
Gather, at the Duke Office of Durham and Community Affairs, with other community-engaged scholars across North Carolina to set aside time for writing, in community. Registration closes January 31 or when retreat is full.
Funding Available for Campus Food Pantries
Deadline: February 17
Applications open for NCCE member campuses to receive support for their campus-based food pantries. Apply for a $1000 mini-grant or a $500 Food Lion gift card donation. This opportunity is possible through our partnership with Food Lion, LLC grocery stores.
This month we’re spotlighting one of our VISTAs who recently completed her service year: Erin Guy. Erin was our 2022/2023 NC Hunger Corps VISTA who served at the University of North Carolina Asheville (UNCA).
On January 13 & 14, NCCE trained the 1st cohort of NC Student Dialogue Ambassadors. The Ambassadors and mentors engaged in a day and a half of immersive training in dialogue and civil discourse.
On November 18, NCCE hosted the 2022 “Engagement Matters” Student Awards Ceremony featuring the CISA, Barnhill, and Marshall Scholarship recipients.