The public is cordially invited to celebrate Civic Engagement activities at UMD February 23 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the UMD Kirby Student Center ballroom (3rd floor). Everyone is invited to learn about campus commitments to civic engagement and to help to encourage these activities through out the community.
The program will include five panels showcasing various aspects of Civic Engagement at UMD. There will also be a series of posters and booths displaying a variety of programs and community partnerships.
|10 a.m.||Integrating the Clayton Jackson McGhie Memorial into
an Advanced Writing Course
David Beard (UMD Composition) and Heidi Bakk-Hansen (Clayton, Jackson and McGhie Memorial Board)
|10:30 a.m.||Working with the Community to Promote
Greg Rutkowski (UMD Chemical Engineering Department) and Bill Mittlefeldt (Sustainable Duluth)
|11 a.m.||Bringing the Award-Winning Nature Author Sneed B.
Collard III to the Community
Jean Stevenson (UMD Education Department) and Julie Ernst (UMD Health,Phy Ed./Outdoor Recreation Department)
|12 p.m.||Marketing Students Impacting Community Meth Issues
John Kratz (UMD Management Studies), Monica Anderson, Xavier Bell and Andrew Benvie (Duluth Meth Task Force), and UMD Students
|1p.m.||Mythic Transformations: Bringing Guest Artists to the
Campus and Community
Karen Hoffman and Amy Gabbert (UMD Theatre)
Sponsored by the UMD Office of Civic Engagement