Service-Learning in Graduate Professional Education Webinar
Wednesday, April 5, 2012
12:00PM - 1:30PM
Register at: http://slgraduateeducation.eventbrite.com
These webinars are part of an ongoing professional development series sponsored by California Campus Compact, Iowa Campus Compact, Kansas Campus Compact and Minnesota Campus Compact. Faculty, staff, students and other affiliated individuals at member institutions of the Compacts in these states qualify for half-price, discounted ticket rate; as do individuals from capuses that belong to Campus Compact, but are not members of a state compact.
Registrants will receive a confirmation email with log-in information for the webinar.
The regular registration fee is $60.00 per login
The discounted registration fee is $30.00 per login
2012 Partnership Grants Program Informational Workshop
Two informational workshops for the 2012 Partnership Grants Program were held in January, 2012. The workshops included an overview of service learning concepts and a panel discussion with community and UCSF partners experienced with service learning partnership projects.
January 5, Panelists Naomi Wortis, MD, UCSF School of Medicine, Moderator Michael Baxter, MSW, San Francisco Department of Public Health Leslie Sheu, MS IV, UCSF School of Medicine Steven Silverstein, DMD, MPH, UCSF School of Dentistry
January 13, Panelists Naomi Wortis, MD, UCSF School of Medicine, Moderator Ellen Goldstein, MA, CTSI's Community Engagement & Health Policy Program Aisha Queen Johnson, MSW, UCSF PRIME-US Program
Third Annual Partnerships Celebration and Awards - October 20, 2011
The Third Annual Partnership Awards and Celebration brought together about 300 distinguished guests to celebrate and recognize exemplary community partnerships involving UCSF faculty, staff and students working in communities all over San Francisco.
Dr. Jack Stobo, UC Senior Vice President for Health Sciences and Services Dr. Estela Garcia, Executive Director, Instituto Familiar de la Raza
This workshop focused on best practices in partnerships between universities and the San Francisco Unified School District, specifically focusing on partnerships in the areas of childhood obesity, trauma, afterschool programs, college access, and science/technology education.