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  • SFSU Facts: 2001 - 2002
    of Extended Learning Alumni SFSU Foundation Board of Directors How to Reach Us Quick Reference Student Demographics Archive 03 04 02 03 01 02 00 01 99 00 98 99 97 98 Home Search Need Help 1600 Holloway Avenue San

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~puboff/sfsufact/archive/2002/index.htm (2016-02-13)
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  • SFSU Facts: 2000-2001
    Data College of Extended Learning Alumni SFSU Foundation Board of Directors How to Reach Us Quick Reference Archive 03 04 02 03 01 02 00 01 99 00 98 99 97 98 SFSU Home Search Comments and Questions SFSU 1600

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~puboff/sfsufact/archive/2001/index.htm (2016-02-13)
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  • SFSU Facts: 1998-99
    Partnerships Financial Data College of Extended Learning Alumni President s Advisory Board How to Reach Us Quick Reference Archive 03 04 02 03 01 02 00 01 99 00 98 99 97 98 SFSU Home Search Comments and Questions SFSU

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~puboff/sfsufact/archive/1999/sffact1.htm (2016-02-13)
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  • SFSU Facts
    College of Extended Learning Alumni President s Advisory Board How to Reach Us Quick Reference Archive 03 04 02 03 01 02 00 01 99 00 98 99 97 98 SFSU homepage Search this server Comments and questions San Francisco

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~puboff/sfsufact/archive/1998/sffact98.htm (2016-02-13)
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  • SFSU Facts
    Partnerships Financial Data College of Extended Learning Alumni President s Advisory Board How to Reach Us Quick Reference Go to SFSU s Home Page Information on this page was compiled in fall 1996 by the Office of Publications SFSU Home

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~puboff/sfsufact/archive/1997/sffact97.htm (2016-02-13)
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  • Current Location « ICCE « San Francisco State University
    Murphy Ph D President of De Anza College Susan Alunan former Director of the Institute Rene Cazenave Executive Director San Francisco Information Clearing House Gordon Chin MSW Executive Director Chinatown Community Development Center Thomas Ehrlich Ph D Senior Scholar Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching Roma Guy MSW SF State Lecturer Health Education Sharen Hewitt Director Community Leadership Academy and Emergency Response CLAER Georgiana Hernandez Ed D Executive Director

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~icce/distinguished_fellows.html (2016-02-13)
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  • About Us « ICCE « San Francisco State University
    and take it to instructor for approval and signature The purpose of this document is for the student and community partner to understand the learning goals of the course and for the instructor to verify where student s are performing their CSL hours If you need modifications to this form please contact Perla Barrientos at barrient sfsu edu Give Back Video Certificate of Completion Students will watch the video Give Back download the certificate sign it and give to course instructor This video uses images interviews and text to provide important background information about the City s diverse neighborhoods and cultures and how to enter communities respectfully while doing community engaged work Additionally it clarifies what the student s rights responsibilities are as well as faculty expectations around civic engagement and leadership development All SF State Students participating in community engaged work are required to watch this 13 minute video and download the Certificate of Completion Video form acknowledging that they have done so Provide a list of approved site placements to students Direct your students to ULink49 which lists more than 200 University approved community sites that students can choose from Should you allow your students to work with a community site not listed and approved in ULink49 you may incur personal liability To get the community site approved please have the community partner register with ULink49 BEFORE the student begins serving at the site Please note that ICCE staff need at least two months to complete all necessary paperwork from community partners If you have your own list of designated community partners that you would like your students to work with please contact Jen Gasang at jlgasang sfsu edu to verify that there is an existing CE agreement with your community partner or to find out when the agreement expires Have your students perform the required service and keep track of their service hours with their site supervisor minimum of 20 hours per semester no maximum limits Inform students of the method you would like them to use to track and submit their CSL hours for your approval If you would like to use ULink49 s built in tracking hours option students can refer to How to Use Link49 Student Guide Through this system you will be able to review and verify the hours completed The hours that your students uploaded into the system will have been already approved by their site supervisor Once you have approved your students completed CSL hours you will be able to add the hours to their official transcript While submitting grades through e grade an option to input community learning service hours will appear during the grading process Return to Top Forms Community Engagement Forms Certificate of Completion Video Community Engagement Learning Plan Student Sign In Sheet Performance Evaluation Protocol for Termination FAQs Why should course instructors register for ULink49 Create student volunteer opportunities for your research community projects Connect with new community partners Confirm student s registration with the ULink49 system

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~icce/faculty/faculty_process.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Engaged Scholarship « Faculty « ICCE « San Francisco State University
    be presumed as superior to others Boyer divided scholarship into four categories discovery application integration and teaching and purposefully named each as scholarship scholarship of discovery scholarship of teaching etc The genius in this taxonomy is the leveling of all four areas But Boyer did more he identified the scholarship of engagement as a separate category that crosses each of the other four and in a later work Journal of Public Outreach 1996 he elaborated on its meaning The basis for engaged scholarship is that it is focused on addressing community defined needs Whereas the academy tends to support the notion that knowledge is universal and the more universal the better community based scholarship is frequently focused on the specific needs environment constraints and purposes of a given community It may thus differ from more traditional forms in several important ways It is local in respect to space a particularly community and time an issue that is current and method that depends on local resources and opportunities In addition because engaged scholarship is often concerned with issues defined by the community itself it can be considered ordinary not in the derogatory sense of being uninteresting but rather as being a customary occurrence in a community in need Finally the product of engaged scholarship is often intended both in action and expression for an audience outside the world of academe At the Institute for Civic and Community Engagement our mission is to promote engaged scholarship that makes a real difference in the lives of the communities we serve At first glance that may seem like a pedestrian endeavor promoting scholarship that is locally focused on contemporary problems that are ordinary and producing reports developed for a target audience of community partners Quite to the contrary this is the most exciting meaningful

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~icce/faculty/engaged_scholarship.html (2016-02-13)
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