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  • 2012 DICSV David Howell
    Title Pieper Family Endowed Chair for Servant Leadership Associate Professor Institution Milwaukee School of Engineering Background Experience David Howell has served as the chair for servant leadership for the last four years has also served as the lead investigator for over a dozen research initiatives is an associate professor in a technical communication degree program and before he pursued a career in the academy worked in the high tech sector as a project manager instructional designer and technical writer Session Experience The content of the session reaches out to a variety of audiences those interested in Servant Leadership in qualitative research in leadership theory in engineering etc The session is interactive the audience is encouraged to ask questions and make comments throughout Of course the smaller the audience the more likely interaction ensues Extending the Experience After the session participants will be encouraged to follow up with the presenter if they want to continue to receive yearly reports regarding the longitudinal ethnographic research project Abstract Three years ago the Chair for Servant Leadership at Milwaukee School of Engineering MSOE initiated a longitudinal ethnographic study to answer the question How is Servant Leadership implemented at MSOE The result is an ongoing

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/224-2012-dicsv-session-presenters/787-howell (2015-06-03)
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  • 2012 DICSV Andrea Smith Shappell, Melissa Paulsen, and Brinya Bjork
    Melissa Paulsen Professional Title Program Manager for Social Entrepreneurship and Adjunct Faculty Member in the Center at the Gigot Center for Entrepreneurial Studies in the Mendoza College of Business Institution University of Notre Dame Background Experience Melissa Paulsen worked with Mendoza s Dean Carolyn Woo franchising business leader Frank Belatti and former Gigot Center director Dr James H Davis to design and implement the Gigot Center s unique undergraduate offering the Microventuring Certificate Program The program incorporates microenterprise development and microfinance theory along with practical skills and tools in a domestic and developing country technical assistance setting She has experience in nonprofit strategy operations and consulting Prior to returning to academia she worked in the insurance industry as a disability risk analyst and has previous experience in the accounting and communications industries Presenter Brinya Bjork Professional Title College Senior and Finance Major Institution University of Notre Dame Background Experience This past summer Brinya Bjork worked in the Boston offices of ACCION USA as a MicroTest intern As members of the Microtest Team interns were responsible for gathering data that effectively quantified the impact of ACCION services The analysis throughout the Microtest Outcomes Impact Survey process as well as the quantitative deliverables produced by the interns allows domestic microfinance businesses and academics to evaluate the success of micro lending strategies and thus accredit effective tools that allow capital and financial services to transform lives and communities Session Experience After presenting information about our course the session on Faith Informing Social Entrepreneurialism will include time for attendees to talk in dyads about how they integrate values and social entrepreneurialism on their campus or how they would like to address the relationship between the two We hope for a fruitful discussion from which we can all learn We will present how Catholic social

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/224-2012-dicsv-session-presenters/792-shappell-paulsen-bjork (2015-06-03)
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  • 2012 DICSV Beth Nahlik and Angela Garcia
    manages the fifth largest alternative breaks FAB program in the country Even though many students go for the sole purpose of service as FAB s advisor Nahlik strives to instill a commitment of social responsibility through education reflection and strong peer networks She enjoys a good cup of coffee Presenter Angela Garcia Professional Title AmeriCorps VISTA Center for Leadership Service Institution University of Florida Background Experience Angela Garcia has been the AmeriCorps VISTA member at the University of Florida for almost two years She manages over 400 college student mentors in the Alachua County Public School System and has worked to implement a comprehensive online training program The training educates mentors about the importance of their role and the impact they have in the community She likes monkeys Session Experience This session will demonstrate the impact of collaboration across campus disciplines Participants will engage in interactive brainstorming activities that identify what students on their campus value Participants will also reflect on the current work being done in this area by and for students Extending the Experience After the session participants will will have the opportunity to keep in contact with the presenters for further information on their upcoming Gator Global

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/224-2012-dicsv-session-presenters/793-nahlik-garcia (2015-06-03)
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  • 2012 DICSV Catherine WoodBrooks, Timothy Austin, and Abigail Lau
    Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the College Institution College of the Holy Cross Background Experience Timothy Austin was educated at Oxford and earned a Ph D in linguistics from the University of Massachusetts Amherst He has been a faculty member department chair and served in academic administrative positions at Loyola University Chicago and Creighton University He has written two books and a number of scholarly articles about the language of poetry as well as a number of informal essays on topics in the area of higher education administration Presenter Abigail Lau Professional Title Director of Assessment at Emmanuel College Institution Emmanuel College Background Experience Abigail Lau served as the project director for the Teagle Foundation grant Assessing Students Moral and Spiritual Growth at Liberal Arts Colleges Prior to that she was an assessment specialist at James Madison University in Harrisonburg VA where she earned a doctorate in assessment and measurement and a master of arts degree in psychological science She attended Bucknell University in Lewisburg PA Session Experience This session will highlight collaborative work of three institutions on a project funded by The Teagle Foundation We hope that our information will be helpful to others who are grappling with effective ways to assess students moral ethical and spiritual development Our hope is for others to gain insight from the methods we used and subsequent results we found We will cover three key elements of our project curricular and co curricular opportunities that spark growth in moral ethical and spiritual development the importance of sustained or repeated involvement in experiences that affect students belief systems and ways in which students attitudes and beliefs inform specific action Extending the Experience We hope the participants will understand that we are publicly committed to a view that the whole of human

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/224-2012-dicsv-session-presenters/798-dicsv-2012-catherine-woodbrooks-timothy-austin-and-abigail-lau (2015-06-03)
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  • 2012 DICSV Tony Brown
    University Background Experience Tony Brown has taught leadership courses at Duke for 19 years and is co director of the Hart Leadership Program He created the Enterprising Leadership Initiative ten years ago and has extensive volunteer leadership experience in social entrepreneurship Prior to teaching he was a corporate executive Session Experience The experience will include a live exercise in creating a specific social entrepreneurship idea an outline of the ELI social entrepreneurship program design theory of change and pedagogy and data lessons learned and questions Extending the Experience After the session participants will be able to apply portions of the model and pedagogy apply one idea discerned from the conversation and communicate and collaborate with me Media http www hart sanford duke edu eli http www hart sanford duke edu eli projects http hart sanford duke edu Abstract What pedagogies and support mechanisms result in sustainable social initiatives and contribute to students becoming lifelong socialchangemakers Many university programs increase student awareness of and knowledge about social entrepreneurship As social entrepreneurship is defined to include real results that benefit others there is a difference between student social entrepreneurship education and student social entrepreneurship Fostering student social entrepreneurship is a significant opportunity

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/224-2012-dicsv-session-presenters/801-brown (2015-06-03)
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  • 2012 DICSV Gary Schneider
    they understand their spirituality to inform their teaching philosophy Session Experience Whereas many other sessions likely will be directed toward the changes that participants hope to stir among the students with whom they work or the techniques they might employ to engender such change this session will be directed toward creating a space in which participants have the opportunity to explore their own meaning making systems and the ways in which their values shape their work with students It is intended to be a very personal session that invites participants to delve into and embrace their identities as change makers among their students My presentation will lay the groundwork for the session but the bulk of the work to be done will be that of the participants themselves as they engage in a right brain activity of their choosing intended to surface and to celebrate the layers of belief of experience of meaning that shape their choices as educators Based on past experience in similar venues I believe that participants will find this session to be fun interesting productive and memorable Extending the Experience Participants will be invited to engage in an activity that helps them investigate their part in

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/224-2012-dicsv-session-presenters/805-schneider (2015-06-03)
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  • 2012 DICSV Travis T. York and Jessica C. Bennett
    Professional Title ABD Candidate for PhD Higher Education Institution Penn State University Presenter Jessica C Bennett Professional Title Candidate for PhD Higher Education Institution Penn State University Background Experience Travis York is currently completing his dissertation work on ways service learning is related to learning and development for low income first generation college students He has a minor in philosophy Bennet s minor is in women s studies Both presenters have spent significant time exploring areas of intersectionality between higher education and issues of power and privilege They have former careers in residence life where they have been involved in courses and programs that engage students in service learning initiatives Session Experience We will explore service learning from a critical perspective We will be putting our theory into practice by involving our participants in an interactive reconfiguration of a traditional service learning course into a course that utilizes the critical model Extending the Experience During the session presenters will be collecting questions suggestions and best practices that will be available to participants in an online space for continued dialogue resource sharing and networking Abstract This presentation seeks to engage participants in a reconsideration of how they implement service learning at

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/224-2012-dicsv-session-presenters/796-york-bennett (2015-06-03)
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  • 2012 DICSV Eric Bain-Selbo
    Society for Values in Higher Education Background Experience As a moral philosopher focusing on social and political ethics I have an extensive background in studying democratic values In addition I have experience in civic education through my work as co director of the Institute for Citizenship and Social Responsibility at Western Kentucky University and as executive director of the Society for Values in Higher Education Session Experience My session will explore the gap between the democratic promise of higher education and reality In conversation with the audience we ll explore why colleges and universities are failing in their role to nurture democratic values and commitments in their students More importantly we ll discuss ways of moving forward Extending the Experience After the session participants will walk away with some conceptual tools to think about the value of civic education in our colleges and universities as well as possible initiatives to pursue on their campuses Abstract Recent research indicates that economic equality minimized consumer lifestyles social connectedness and participatory democracy are keys to happier and healthier citizens and communities Why is higher education failing to help us achieve these goals How can we change our colleges and universities to fulfill the

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/224-2012-dicsv-session-presenters/800-bain-selbo (2015-06-03)
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