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Student Civic Engagement (NSSE) Presentation - Shared screen with speaker view
Pete IRT Tech Support
22:14
This session is being recorded
kate makarec
22:44
hello all!
Kara Rabbitt (she/her)
23:10
There is no one else in the waiting room at this point.
kate makarec
23:14
The zoom link in the email required a passcode. I came in through the attachment zoom link.
Pete IRT Tech Support
24:19
Passcode 941377
Kara Rabbitt (she/her)
24:50
Thanks, Kate. I’ll try to send out an email and alert people of that fact.
Carl Patrick Bolleia
25:15
Thank you, the link in the attachment worked but the link in the most recent email required the passcode.
Pete IRT Tech Support
25:19
If you use the link, password not required
Kara Rabbitt (she/her)
47:29
You are also welcome to place comments or questions in the chat.
Neil Grimes
50:26
How do you share civic engagement/community service ideas/opportunities across the entire campus? What is the process? Is there a Civic engagement/community service committee here on campus?
Neil Grimes
52:56
Thank you Donna. That was helpful.
Gwendolyn Wood
53:00
Thank you for sharing this data with us. I look forward to go over the slides and further consider these results. In my classes I emphasize an evidence-based approach: research, critical evaluation, and formation of perspectives and positions. A lot of students, even upper level, have less experience doing evidence-based research and critical evaluation than I expected. How to evaluate these issues is fundamental.
Neil Grimes
58:50
Does the university partner with the local United Way chapter and other non-profit organizations in the region providing service learning/community service activities? Could this be looked into? Just a thought. I know of other colleges/universities that partner with non-profits in bringing community service opportunities to their campus community.
Maribel Rodriguez
01:08:28
I am more than happy to meet with any faculty members that would like to expand resources and opportunities with civic engagement inside and outside of the classroom. Rodriguezma@wpunj.edu Maribel Rodriguez, Associate Director Campus Activities, Service and Leadership.
Djanna Hill
01:10:20
yes! Love the badges
Maribel Rodriguez
01:13:48
This is the link that students and advisors can utilize to find out more about civic engagement opportunities. https://wpunj.campuslabs.com/engage
Kara Rabbitt (she/her)
01:14:20
The slides from this presentation, the shared resources, and today’s recording will be posted later this month on the Provost webpage, along with other resources from this series here: https://www.wpunj.edu/provost/news-and-events
Ellen Frye
01:14:41
Great, thank you.
Gwendolyn Wood
01:14:44
Thank you
Marie Friquegnon
01:14:45
I teach Ethical Well Being and near the end of the course I deal with issues of government. The course is on line. Maybe someone could join one of my zoom rooms and speak about the benefits of civic engagement.
Angie Yoo
01:15:46
Here's the civic engagement page Donna mentioned: https://www.wpunj.edu/civic-engagement/index.html
Marie Friquegnon
01:17:24
Sorry the Ethical Well Being chat was from Marie Friquegnon Philosophy friquegnonm@wpunj.edu
Edytta Wojnar
01:19:30
Thank you for the presentation and info.
Djanna Hill
01:19:47
Thank you!
Angie Yoo
01:19:56
Thank you!
Jungyun Won
01:19:57
Thank you!
Kaitlyn Howarth
01:19:58
thank you!!