All it takes is a story.
Offered in this latest RICC publication is a means to convey the collective story of civic and community engagement in Rhode Island higher education. We hope you will display this brochure proudly and utilize it to engage students, faculty, and other partners.
For evidence of Cultivating Engaged Scholarship, refer faculty to Dr. Baker’s story of science education, community-based research, and a deep commitment to partner reciprocity.
In Promoting Active Citizenship, offer the story of Suzy Alba, an engaged citizen in her community, university, and local and state government.
To inspire the vision of Building PK-20 Partnerships, direct stakeholders to Dr. Chace’s story of supporting undergraduate researchers in co-designing hydroponic gardens with middle school students.
For the full breadth of RI Campus Compact’s programs and member campus stories, explore the electronic version of the brochure below or contact RICC staff at email@example.com for hard copies.
Individual stories from the brochure forthcoming to the News page for easy access and sharing!