Dear Colleague,

We talk a lot about "Engaged Learning" here at Cleveland State. But what do we really mean by it? What are proven principles and practices for engaging the community around us in ways that contribute to student learning, scholarly research, institutional advancement, and community well-being?

That's what we will learn together over the next several weeks during the Engaged Learning Dialogues, hosted by the Office of University Engagement with support from the Provost's Office.

Through the end of the semester, six national experts on university-community engagement will join us for brown bag lunch discussions. They will make presentations, and you'll get a chance to ask questions and reflect on their insights with your colleagues. Not only that, but the dialogue will continue online in the days following each speaker's visit with assistance from our friends at The Civic Commons.

When it's all said and done, we'll capture the feedback everyone has given and use it to help shape an agenda for community engagement here at CSU. So join us for the Engaged Learning Dialogues and online at the Civic Commons.

Byron White

Byron P. White
Vice President for University Engagement

Upcoming Events

Knowledge Both Ways: Community as Peer
Mark Chupp, Case Western Reserve University
Thursday, April 18th, 12pm - 1:30pm
Parker Hannifin Hall 104
Cleveland State University
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Preparing for the Carnegie Community Engagement Elective Classification
John Saltmarsh, University of Massachusetts-Boston
Tuesday, April 23rd, 12pm - 1:30pm
Main Classroom 146
Cleveland State University
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