The Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service hosts this opportunity for GW faculty to connect in conversation on the subject of the variety of ways to disseminate our students’ community-engaged scholarship. Dr. Phyllis Ryder, author of Rhetorics for Community Action and leading scholar of service-learning in composition and rhetorics of democracy will open the discussion by describing how the design of her course assignments facilitates public dissemination of students’ engaged scholarship. Dr. Christopher Klemek will describe the availability of his students’ work online through the Digital DC project. The conversation to follow will invite others to consider how greater community benefit might be leveraged by sharing students’ scholarship to broader audiences.
The Nashman Center's Conversations on Community-Engaged Scholarship at GW are designed for a faculty audience but open to all, including students, staff, and members of the community.