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#1. 2020 Anticipated Changes

Updated: Apr 15, 2018

Last week's IUPUI Assessment Institute, which includes a robust CE track, concluded with a presentation from the Swearer Center for Public Service at Brown University. The institute was then followed by the Carnegie Academy, focused on all things Carnegie CE Classification through the lens of assessment.

Lots of valuable tips came out of the events Changes to the 2020 Application that we'll highlight over the next few weeks.

Let's kick things off with a highly anticipated question:

WHAT CHANGES SHOULD WE EXPECT FROM THE 2020 APPLICATION?

AREAS UNDER CONSIDERATION FOR INCLUSION IN THE NEW APPLICATION.

  1. Non-tenure track faculty and CE

  2. Student voting / civic engagement

  3. Social innovation and entrepreneurship efforts

  4. Co-curricular CE

  5. "Broader Impacts" as required in National Science Foundation applications

  6. Economic development and CE

  7. IRB recognition of community engaged researc

REFLECTIONS ON NEW AREAS.

  • A | The majority of these items reflect discussion from applicants about community engagement strengths at their institutions that they wanted to highlight in their applications but never had the opportunity.

  • B | The inclusion of "Broader Impacts" may point to a desire to demonstrate CE's relevance to more "Research 1" institutions.

Heather Mack Consulting, LLC

carnegie2020@hmackconsulting.com

Getting Carnegie Classified™️ and Heather Mack Consulting, LLC operate independently from and are not affiliated with the Brown University Swearer Center for Public Service or the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education.