• 2010 Annual ADP National Meeting Presentations and Handouts

    June 17-19, 2010
    The Westin Providence, Rhode Island

    Remarks

    Thursday, June 17

    Opening Remarks: Elizabeth Coleman
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    Powerpoint Presentations

    Thursday, June 17

    Pre-Conference Workshop: Developing a Civic Engagement Program from Scratch
    Presenter: Amanda Raymond, Program Advisor, Law and Criminal Justice, The Washington Center, Washington, D.C.
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    Friday, June 18 Concurrent Session

    Building Online Democracy Simulations for High School and College Students
    Presenters: Carolyn Powell, Graduate Student, History and James H. Williams, Professor of History and Director of Albert Gore Research Center, Middle Tennessee State University
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    Making Sausage: The Messy Process of Infusing the Civic Agency Initiative into the Fabric and Culture of Castleton State College
    Presenters: Terry Bergen, Professor of Psychology; Justin Garritt, President, Student Government Association; Joseph Mark, Academic Dean; Melisse Pinto, Associate Professor of Political Science; Dennis Proulx, Dean of Students; Jeff Quay, Student and Suellen Schneider, Community Partner and President, Slate Valley Teen Center, Castleton State College, Vermont
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    Moving through Dialogue: Campus, Community and the Local Economy
    Presenters: Robert Kellerman, Assistant Professor of English and Kathleen King, Administrative Assistant, University Advancement, University of Maine at Augusta
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    Integrated Service-Learning: Writing a Children’s Citizenship Book for Classrooms
    Presenters: Susan C. Scott, Professor of Professional Teacher Education and Patricia Loughlin, Associate Professor of History, University of Central Oklahoma
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    Do Voter Registration and Education Programs Work? A University of Central Missouri Case Study
    Presenter: Nicholas McDaniels, ADP Student Representative, University of Central Missouri
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    Let’s Get Fiscal: Budget Ball as a Civic Engagement Initiative
    Presenters: Irma Johnson, Director of Educational Outreach and Service Learning, Kentucky State University, and Bryna Helfer, Senior Director of Civic Engagement, National Academy of Public Administration, Washington, D.C.
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    The “Yes We Can” Behind a Grant Proposal Denial: How Georgia College Moved Forward with Two Innovative Civic Engagement Projects
    Presenter: Gregg Kaufman, Instructor and Coordinator of Civic Engagement, Department of Government and Sociology and ADP Coordinator, Georgia College & State University
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    Thoughts on Democracy Exhibit—What about the Arts?
    Presenter: Chad M. Kahl, Social Sciences Librarian, Illinois State University
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    Challenges and Potentials of Civic Engagement
    Presenter: Linda C. Foote, Former Associate Professor in Health Sciences and Former Director of the Lawrence Math and Science Partnership Department, Health Sciences Institution, Merrimack College, Massachusetts
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    Community Building through Deliberative Practices
    Presenter: Robert Cavalier, Teaching Professor, Department of Philosophy, Carnegie Mellon, Pennsylvania
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    Creative Practices in Social Change
    Presenter: Paul M. Gebhardt, Assistant Professor of Art, University of Maine Fort Kent
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    Challenges and Potentials of Civic Engagement
    Presenters: Robert Shumer, Evaluation Consultant and Susan Spring Shumer, Director, Community Outreach, Civic Engagement and the Center for Community-Based Learning, Metropolitan State University, Minnesota
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    eDemocracy Plaza: A Vision of Interconnecting Dialogue
    Presenters: Brian Crain and Gregory Oppman, Students; Johnny Goldfinger, Assistant Professor of Political Science and Youngbok Hong, Associate Professor of Visual Communication, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
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    The Still Small Voice of Documentary Film: An Antidote to Viral Media Sensationalism
    Presenter: Eliza Licht, Director, Community Engagement and Education, POV, New York
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    Passionate Citizenship: Reconsidering What it Means to be Emotional and Rational in Today’s DemocracyPassionate Citizenship: Reconsidering What it Means to be Emotional and Rational in Today’s Democracy
    Presenter: Timothy J. Shaffer, Doctoral Candidate, Department of Education, Cornell University, New York
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    Institutionalizing the 7 Revolutions Initiative: The Fort Hays State University Story
    Presenters: Curtis Brungardt, Director, Center for Civic Leadership; Darrell Hamlin, Senior Fellow, Center for Civic Leadership and Brett Whitaker, Instructor, Leadership Studies, Fort Hays State University, Kansas
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    Building Campus and Community Connections through Writing and Sustainability
    Presenter: Christina Jarvis, Associate Professor of English, State University of New York, Fredonia
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    Civic Engagement through Media Literacy: Pedagogical Approaches for Differing Audiences
    Presenter: John Huxford, Assistant Professor, School of Communication, Illinois State University
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    Civic Engagement and Student Leadership Development
    Presenter: Kathryn Stremiecki, Coordinator of Programming and Applied Learning, Indiana University Kokomo
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    Reclaiming the Values Discussion: Devising Campus Strategies
    Presenter: Eric Bain-Selbo, Executive Director Elect of the Society for Values in Higher Education, Western Kentucky University
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    Incorporating an Annual, University-Wide Public Affairs Theme
    Presenters: Rachelle Darabi, Associate Provost for Student Development and Public Affairs and Mary Ann Wood, Director, Public Affairs Support, Missouri State University
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    Creating a Civic Engagement Program at the University of Tennessee at Martin
    Presenters: Chara Van Horn, Assistant Professor of Communications and Mike McCullough, Professor of Management, Director of Institute for Civic Engagement, University of Tennessee at Martin
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    Energizing Student Engagement in Creating Sustainable Knowledge: An Application of Social Media in Civic Enlightenment
    Presenter: Richard Baxter, Chair, Department of Communication, Columbus State University, Georgia
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    Social Ties before Civic Ties: Sources of Civic Engagement and the Flint College Town Initiative
    Presenters: Rebecca Hayes, Assistant Professor of Communication and Cameron Waites, ADP Student Scholar, University of Michigan-Flint
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    Developing Campus-Wide Newspaper Curricula: The UNO Initiative
    Presenters: Christina Dando, Associate Professor of Geography and Maria Anderson Knudtson, Lecturer, English Department, University of Nebraska at Omaha
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    Infusing a Public Lands Stewardship Ethic Across a Program’s Curriculum
    Presenter: Donald Rodriguez, Associate Professor and Chair, Environmental Science and Resource Management, California State University Channel Islands
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    Public Opinion Polling: Can Facebook Compete?
    Presenters: Mark Neikirk, Executive Director, Scripps Howard Center for Civic Engagement and Shauna Reilly, Assistant Professor, Northern Kentucky University
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    The Virtual Perspective: Engaging Students through Technology
    Presenter: Michelle Hargrave, Director of the Office of Civic Engagement, University of Minnesota-Duluth
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    Friday, June 18 Featured Session

    Framing Issues Using America’s Second Language: Community, Prevention and Social Justice
    Presenter: Lawrence Wallack, Dean, College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs, Portland State University, Oregon
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    Saturday, June 19 Concurrent Session

    Clearing the Air: Assessing Students' Ideas and Attitudes on Implementing a
    Smoke-Free Campus

    Presenters: Liz Thomason, Matthew Foriest, Kiara Hall, Nicholas Crosby, and Andrew King, American Democracy Project Student Organization, Middle Tennessee State University Jersey
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    Taking it Home: How the University of the District of Columbia Implemented a Community Organizing Course
    Presenter: Sylvia Ramirez Benatti, Assistant Professor of Urban Studies, University of the District of Columbia
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    The Circle of Leadership: Empowering University Students to Empower High School Students
    Presenters: Barbara E. Fuller, Instructor, College of Education and Chair of the ADP Committee and Penny Moore, Alumni Development, Northeastern State University, Oklahoma
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    A Clear Vision for Community/Campus Partnerships
    Presenter: Donald Mowry, Director, Center for Service-Learning, University of Wisconsin Eau Claire
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    Student Organizing for the Common Good: Lessons from Lincoln Universitys
    Presenters: Antonio Lewis and Brittany Stegeman, Students, Lincoln University of Missouri
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    Innovating and Integrating a Place-Based, Engaged First Year Experience Curriculum
    Presenter: Michael Kimball, Associate Professor of Anthropology and Director, Center for Honors, Scholars and Leadership, University of Northern Colorado
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    Can We Reverse Reality? Coordinating Campus Resources to Improve Student Political Engagement
    Presenter: Paul Lachelier, Assistant Professor of Sociology, Stetson University, Florida
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    Academic Partnerships as Vehicles for Service-Learning to Diverse Populations
    Presenter: Amber Reed, Assistant Professor of Early and Elementary Childhood/Literacy Education, Indiana University Kokomo
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    Connecting the Dots to Institutionalize Civic Engagement
    Presenters: David Carr, Provost and Executive Vice President; Michael Hozik, Associate Professor of Geology; Claudine Keenan, Chief Planning Officer, Office of Planning and Institutional Research and Marilyn Vito, Associate Profess of Business Studies, The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey
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    Re-Visioning Student Governments as Creators of Civic Agency Platforms
    Presenters: David Hoffman, Assistant Director of Student Life for Civic Agency; Yasmin Karimian, Student Government Association President and Carrie Miller, Alumna and former Student Government Association President, University of Maryland Baltimore County
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    Integrating Political Activism and Service-Learning into Women’s Studies Courses
    Presenters: Liz Thomason, Matthew Foriest, Kiara Hall, Nicholas Crosby and Andrew King, Students, ADP Student Organization, Middle Tennessee State University
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    Saturday, June 19 Featured Sessions

    Meeting the Challenge of Aligning Promotion and Tenure Guidelines
    Presenters: Carole Beere, Senior Director, Special Projects and Gail Wells, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Northern Kentucky University
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    Handouts

    Friday, June 18
    Breakfast Breakout Session

    Reflections on Labor Disputes and Teachable Moments
    Presenter: Edmundo Norte, Director, Institute of Community & Civic Engagement, De Anza Community College, California
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    Friday, June 18
    Concurrent Sessions

    Civic Engagement: Building Character, Building Careers
    Presenters: Melanie J. Blumberg, Professor, Political Science & Campus Director, ADP and Geraldine M. Jones, Provost, California University of Pennsylvania
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    Saturday, June 19
    Concurrent Sessions

    Integrating Political Activism and Service-Learning into Women’s Studies Courses
    Presenters: Kristin Jacobson, Assistant Professor of American Literature; Marilyn Vito, Associate Professor of Business Studies and Linda J. Wharton, Associate Professor of Political Science, The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey
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