Call for Nominations:
Civic Engagement Awards
& General Reminders
December 2, 2013


NC Campus Compact is accepting nominations for our annual faculty and staff civic engagement awards. Both awards will be presented at the 2014 PACE Conference at UNC Wilmington.    


Deadline:  January 10, 2014 at 5:00 p.m.


Questions?  Contact Leslie Garvin.

Robert L. Sigmon Service-Learning Award



This award recognizes one faculty member on an NC Campus Compact member campus who has made significant contributions toward furthering the practice of service-learning.   


Learn more about the award, including former recipients, here.


Call for Nominations

Civic Engagement Professional of the Year Award


This award recognizes staff on NC Campus Compact member campuses that have worked towards the institutionalization of service, created and strived towards a vision of service on their campus, supported faculty and students, and formed innovative campus-community partnerships.   

Nominations are accepted in two categories.

    • Emerging Leader - Individual in the civic engagement field for 4 years or less
    • Sustainer - Individual in the civic engagement field for 5 or more years 

Learn more about the award, including former recipients, here.


Call for Nominations

January Network Meetings 
RSVP by January 3rd


Engage in dialogue with other members as well as the NC Campus Compact staff and gain in-depth information on a particular topic. The agenda includes a professional development session, lunch, business meeting (in which NC Campus Compact staff share updates about our work), and an opportunity for member campuses to share highlights.

Western Region Network Meeting
January 7, 2014 - Catawba Valley Community College, Hickory

Eastern Region Network Meeting
January 9, 2014 - Wake Technical Community College, Raleigh


Professional Development topic: "CEAs in conversation with Economic Development on Campus and in the Community"


  • Adrienne Cole, outgoing Business Development, at Lend Lease in Raleigh, incoming Executive Director of the Wake County Economic Development
  • Dr. Tom White, Economic Development Partnership, NC State

RSVP to Leslie Garvin by January 3rd.  

Early Registration for C.E. Conferences Ends on January 3rd


2014 Civic Engagement Institute  

"Anchoring Communitiy Vitality: Campus Community Engagement and Economic Development"   February 4, 2014, UNC Wilmington  

Each member campus Provost was invited to identify a team leader who will share regular updates and pre-work information. Be sure you have connected with your team leader.


Members are also invited to come early for Deliberative Diaogue Moderator training on Monday, February 3rd at UNCW.


Learn more and register here


PACE (Pathways to Achieving Civic Engagement) Conference
February 5, 2014, UNC Wilmington

The PACE Conference provides faculty, staff, administrators and community stakeholders with research, resources and best practice models for every aspect of civic engagement work.


Learn more and register  here

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