Institute for Incorporating Community Engaged Teaching & Scholarship in Promotion & Tenure

Photo: See attached for a document with head shots and descriptions of our opening speaker and panelists. Registration is now open for the ICETS Institute on Wednesday, November 15th at American University from 12:00pm – 3:30pm. Campus teams are able to register on EventBrite as individuals or a team of 5.

Purpose: Invited participants, Chief Academic Officers, and campus teams from institutions across Maryland, DC, and Delaware, will review and give recommendations on the report on “Incorporating Community Engaged Teaching and Scholarship in Promotion and Tenure.”

Background: Over the past semester, Campus Compact Mid-Atlantic convened a Taskforce to develop a global set of criteria to blend community engaged teaching and scholarship into existing promotion and tenure standards appropriate to each category of higher education (public, private, 2-year, 4-year). The Taskforce also recommends potential steps for implementing the set of criteria into institutions’ promotion and tenure policies and procedures. The Campus Compact Mid-Atlantic Board is inviting each member institution's Chief Academic Officer and their selected campus team members to review this report and give further recommendations. Campuses are encouraged to bring a team to the institute to discuss how this can be achieved at their campus.

Sponsorships are available for campuses bringing a team:

Shows all Sponsor Opportunites for the Gold, Silver, and Bronze levels

Bronze sponsors may pay and register directly on Eventbrite. Gold and Silver sponsors will receive registration codes when their invoice is sent.

For more information or to sponsor, please contact Corinne DeRoberts, Associate Director of Programs, at or 301.696.3279.

2017 Newman Civic Fellows

Campus Compact is pleased to announce the 273 students who will make up the 2017 cohort of Newman Civic Fellows. The Newman Civic Fellowship is a one-year fellowship for community-committed college students from Campus Compact member institutions. The fellowship honors the late Frank Newman, one of Campus Compact’s founders and a tireless advocate for civic engagement in higher education. Maryland-DC Campus Compact is excited to congratulate the following 17 Fellows from Maryland and DC:

American University - Taylor Dumpson
Georgetown University - Derrick Little
The George Washington University - Adam Graubart
Carroll Community College - Danielle Burnham
Chesapeake College - Lareese Cathey
College of Southern Maryland - Elle Williams
Frostburg State University - James Kirk
Goucher College - Hadley Sternberg
Loyola University Maryland - Kassina Dwyer
Maryland Institute College of Art - Valeria Fuentes
McDaniel College - Flor (Jasmin) Chavez Cruz
Morgan State University - Michael Wynder
Stevenson University - Cory Ott
Towson University - Suphitha Phawapoothanon
University of Maryland - Karla Casique
University of Maryland Eastern Shore - Axel Bayingana
University of Maryland, Baltimore County - Sophia Lopresti

Frederick Community College and College of Southern Maryland Join CCMA

We are excited to welcome FCC and CSM as our two newest members!

Welcome 2016-2017 MDCCC AmeriCorps VISTAs!

We are excited to welcome our new cohort of 2016-2017 Campus Compact Mid-Atlantic VISTAs! Read more about each CCMA AmeriCorps VISTA and the projects where they are serving on our CCMA AmeriCorps VISTA Abstracts and Bios page.

For past news, check our archives.