LTC: A Conversation About the Future of Civic Engagement at Carleton

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Ellen Kennedy, Visiting Professor of Sociology; and Michael McNally, Associate Professor of Religion

This Perlman LTC lunch event features a discussion about best practices in Academic Civic Engagement by Ellen Kennedy, a sociologist faculty member currently visiting in the sociology and anthropology department. Recognized nationally as a scholar of civic engagement, Kennedy has consulted with a variety of institutions. She is a long time faculty member at the University of St. Thomas, with deep experience with academic civic engagement in Minnesota, especially with immigrant communities. In 2004, she was awarded the higher Education Leader of the Year award by the National Society for Experiential Education. Kennedy's talk is designed to stimulate further conversation about the future of civic engagement at Carleton, to be facilitated by Michael McNally, Associate Professor of Religion.

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