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We encourage you to lean into the Conference theme and tracks of gardening, growth and spring. This event is an opportunity for a change of (virtual) scenery to exchange information, learn from each other, connect with others and amplify the work we do together. Have fun and get creative! Click here to learn more about the 2021 ASU Social Embeddedness Network Conference.
The 2021 Conference Planning Committee seeks to increase the diversity of presentations on the agenda and accessibility during the event. The selection process is competitive, with each application reviewed and weighted equally and not based on participation in previous ASU Social Embeddedness Network Conference events. We encourage you to think broadly about your work and its impact locally, regionally, nationally and/or globally.
Share the story of how your own community-university partnership started and the work you do together, including how this collaboration benefits the partners and other possible stakeholders.
Share the story of your own evolving or longstanding community-university partnership, the work you do together and how you care for the health of this relationship to ensure it continues to thrive and endure.
Share the origin story of your community-university partnership, the work you do together and how the collaboration has expanded (or will expand) through additional projects or initiatives, additional touchpoints or connections, introductions to other collaborators, etc.
We are experiencing a new climate in community-university partnerships. Share the story of your own evolving or longstanding community-university partnership, the work you do together and how you care for the health of this relationship given the COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing guidelines.
Share what individuals can do in their organizations or teams to create a culture that values the knowledge, expertise and input of external collaborators. Describe the work you had to do separately to prepare, the work you do together and how this has impacted the way you view collaboration now.
Share the before and after story about the insights and perspectives partners gain from working together. Describe the work you do together and how this helps you see how your work contributes to the bigger picture. Community-university partnerships can help us gain a big picture understanding of complex issues.
Share the story of how partners agree on the scope of the work, how responsibilities are determined and what it looks like to win together.
Share what actions partners have taken to accelerate meaningful change and contribute to a local and/or national agenda for social justice together. Draw from your own experiences, your ideas and creativity to share how your work benefits and includes underrepresented groups and individuals.
Share the story of how you started your community engagement work together and the journey it took to get to where you are now. Describe how you make decisions about expanding partnerships, deepening relationships, sunsetting collaborations, etc.