Presentation Title

P-09 Community Engagement: Afterthought or Core Value?

Presenter Status

Associate Professor of Chemistry, Chemistry & Biochemistry

Second Presenter Status

Assistant Dean, School of Architecture & Interior Design

Preferred Session

Poster Session

Start Date

26-10-2018 2:00 PM

End Date

26-10-2018 3:00 PM

Presentation Abstract

This presentation focuses on what Adventist education would look like if we were totally committed to community engagement and not treat it as an afterthought or add-on. Embedded in this vision is a constructive critique of our status quo. It calls for us to use the tools of academic research to assess our current philosophy, pedagogy and practice regarding community engagement in our mission, our curriculum, our syllabi, our teaching, our classrooms, our system of tenure, and our budget. Do our current practices reflect a core value or is community engagement an afterthought?

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P-09 Community Engagement: Afterthought or Core Value?

This presentation focuses on what Adventist education would look like if we were totally committed to community engagement and not treat it as an afterthought or add-on. Embedded in this vision is a constructive critique of our status quo. It calls for us to use the tools of academic research to assess our current philosophy, pedagogy and practice regarding community engagement in our mission, our curriculum, our syllabi, our teaching, our classrooms, our system of tenure, and our budget. Do our current practices reflect a core value or is community engagement an afterthought?