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14 October 2020
Assistant Professor and Andersen Fellow of American Studies and History Meredith McCoy has been at Carleton since fall 2019. This term, she developed a new Academic Civic Engagement class, Introduction…
12 March 2020
The CCCE is suspending in-person community and civic engagement activities as of today until further notice.
24 January 2020
This Tuesday, Carleton’s Learning and Teaching Center (LTC) held a community lunch in the Weitz Center for Creativity discussing the upcoming 2020 United States Census and its community impact.
15 November 2019
This term the CCCE has been featured multiple times in The Carletonian! Here are some excerpts from the articles and links to read more:
As winter draws near, elementary school kids got one more shot at exploring the outdoors. The Environmental Systems cohort led their annual Fall Fest Field Trip the other week, in collaboration with Green Thumbs, Art Sprouts, and Kids for Conservation.
25 October 2019
On Monday, October 21, Faribault High School’s after-school program, College Ambitions Start today (CAST), visited campus.
22 October 2019
The CCCE currently has seven of our fellows spread across the globe on various OCS programs. Find out about their experiences and what they are looking forward to about returning to campus.
8 October 2019
Every two years the Upper Midwest Association for Campus Sustainability holds a conference to help colleges and universities exchange information about their sustainability efforts. Read about Carleton’s first time hosting the event.
27 May 2019
With the ideal of reciprocity at its core, civic engagement is one of the many directions Carls take their skills in collaboration, both during and after college.
Read about how 2015 alum Vayu Rekdal developed the Young Chefs program and how he has continued this work.
22 May 2019
The recent college admissions scandal provokes a big question: how do colleges decide who to admit? The “ideals and values that shape” this process ultimately lead to a system that makes higher education inaccessible to many students across the nation.