IIP 2011- Submit a Proposal
We are no longer accepting submissions for the 2011 IIP.
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Partnerships must be the focus of all proposals submitted. To be sufficiently competitive, proposals must attend to current conceptual frameworks of partnerships, use or report partnership research, provide a unique assessment approach for partnership endeavors, and/or describe effective practices for initiating, sustaining, and assuring true reciprocity in partnerships. Proposal authors are encouraged to include both community partners and higher education partners in proposed sessions.
Presentation Proposals Due: Monday, January 17, 2011
International Institute on Partnerships theme is "From Reciprocity to Collective Transformation:
Achieving the Potential of Community-Campus Partnerships." We seek proposals
that address at least one of the following topic areas:
- Topic #1: Impact of Partnerships on Student Learning and/or Community Concerns
- Topic #2: Implications of Partnerships on Faculty Roles and Rewards and Faculty Development Models
- Topic #3: Effective Research Models or Methodologies in Community Engaged Research and Scholarship that Include Strong Community Voice
- Topic #4: Roles and Significance of Trust, Power, Sustainability, and Reciprocity in Community-Campus Partnerships
- Topic #5: Challenges and Opportunities of National and International Partnerships
The 2011 International Institute on Partnerships will accept proposals for 3 session types
- 90 minute Interactive Workshops
- 45 minute Informative Presentations
- 60 minute Poster Sessions
* We suggest that you copy the following guidelines and complete your application in a text document; the online proposal form does not allow you to save your progress for later editing.
Presentation, Workshop and Poster Session proposals must describe the program, project, or course while also addressing the following:
- Significance and relevance of your presentation/workshop/poster to session topic (originality and importance of issue/problem/approach). -1200 character limit
- Scholarly foundation for presentation/workshop/poster (connections to theoretical and research bases). -1200 character limit
- Contributions of your presentation/workshop/poster to advancing campus-community partnership understandings, practices, and/or research. -1200 character limit
- How the presentation will inform others' work and what aspects of your work might be adapted by session participants? -1200 character limit
- All submissions much include a description of the active learning strategies planned for the session. -1200 character limit
- Presentation abstracts should 1) overview presentation/workshop/poster topic and relevance to the field, 2) scholarly foundation of topic and 3) capacity for replication, implications for future research, policy, and/or practice. -1000 character limit