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Dr. Amy Driscoll
November 17, 2oo9
Carnegie Foundation consulting scholar Amy Driscoll will speak on "Course Development, Design, and Curriculum Revision for Service Learning" at the second session of the Engagement and Service Learning Colloquia, on Tuesday, November 17 from 12:30 to 3:00 p.m. in the Alumni Center Goodwin Room.
The Colloquia is hosted by the Biggio Center, the Office of University Outreach and the Office of Access and Community Initiatives, in support of Auburn's strategic initiatives promoting service learning. Amy Driscoll retired as Director of Teaching, Learning, and Assessment at California State University Monterey Bay (CSUMB), and is currently a Consulting Scholar with the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.
At CSUMB, she facilitated the development of outcomes-based assessment for both general education and 13 major programs of study, as well as supported the faculty with campus-wide outcomes-based classroom assessment. Her Carnegie work focuses on the new classification for institutions engaged with community. Previously, Driscoll was the Director of Community/University Partnerships at Portland State University, where she initiated the community-based learning and capstone aspects of the university's innovative curriculum.Driscoll’s publications focus on institutional support of engagement, outreach documentation and assessment of service learning.
The colloquia will continue through spring semester, presenting leading experts offering national perspectives on institutional and educational practices that promote a culture of engagement. Speakers for the series are sponsored by University Outreach. Seating is limited; please RSVP via www.auburn.edu/biggio or call Joyce Thomas-Vinson at 844-5117.
Last Updated: March 22, 2011