Community Engagement Symposium (19-21 Oct)

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The role of Community Engagement in the reimagination of higher education during and post the Covid 19 Pandemic

Rhodes University Community Engagement and Durban University of Technology's annual symposium will take place once again in 2021, adapting an exciting blended (online and in-person) format.
 
The 2021 Symposium, "The role of Community Engagement in the reimagination of higher education during and post the Covid 19 Pandemic," addresses very relevant and pressing concerns relating to Community Engagement and similar institutions across the globe.
 
A three-day summit of talks, activities, workshops and short courses.

Short courses on offer:

  • Digital Storytelling short course
  • Introduction to Volunteer Programme development for HEIs
  • Re-envisioning Higher Education through an Integral Education lens

Find more inforamtion about the RUCE and DUT Symposium on the symposium website here.

Blended Symposium

This will be a blended Symposium - participants will be able to attend face-to-face or virtually.

There will be strict face-to-face protocols and numbers will be limited for those who wish to participate in this format. Participants will be asked to confirm they are willing to participate face-to-face when they register.

Why attend?

Our Community Engagement Symposiums bring together not only academics, but also partners and students to share and critically discuss experiences, learnings and theoretical implications in all of the elements of CE: volunteering, service-learning and engaged research.

This is a unique space for learning and one of a kind in the community engagement space.

Past Symposiums

Rhodes University Community Engagement has been organising these spaces for sharing and learning for over six years. The last edition of the Symposium was in 2018 and a selected number of presentations were published this year in the book Bezerra et al.(eds.) (2021) Challenging the "Apartheids" of Knowledge in Higher Education through Social Innovation.

To buy the book, please click here.

Registration Fees

Face to face: R2,000.00 for University Staff and R1,200.00 for Students and Partners (includes conference pack, teas, lunches, refreshments and dinner).

Virtual: R800.00 for University Staff and R500.00 for Students and Partners.

Bursaries are available for all students and Rhodes Staff, contact 046 603 7229 for more information.

To register for the Symposium, please click here.

 

 

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