Florida Campus Compact is a coalition of over 50 colleges and universities committed to promoting community service, service-learning, and civic engagement.
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Congratulations to the Florida 2013
Roderick Bennett, Brevard Community College
Class of Campus Compact Newman Scholars!
Katherine Burnett, Santa Fe College
LaShae Copeland, The Florida State University
Ryan Darley, Polk State College
Jay DeDon, Stetson University
Henry Gwynn, Tallahassee Community College
Eliza Juezan, Florida Gulf Coast University
Brock Monroe, Rollins College
Heardley Murdock, University of Central Florida
Emilia Pereira, South Florida State College
Edwin Ramos, Miami Dade College
Christopher Sanchez, University of Miami
Joseph Shepherd, New College of Florida
Lucy Virgo, Barry University
2013 President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll
Congratulations to the 18 Florida Campus Compact member institutions who were named to the 2013 President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll!
- Honor Roll Presidential Level Finalist: Stetson University
- Honor Roll with Distinction: Florida Gulf Coast University & Rollins College
- Honor Roll: Barry University, Brevard Community College, Eckerd College, Florida Atlantic University, Florida Institute of Technology,
Florida Southern College, The Florida State University, Miami Dade College, Nova Southeastern University, Palm Beach Atlantic University,
Ringling College of Art & Design, University of North Florida, University of South Florida, St. Leo University and the University of Miami
Our full list of 2013 Conferences that are sponsored or supported by Florida Campus Compact is now available.
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Call for Papers
The International Journal of Education for Social Justice (RIEJS) is seeking articles for the autumn 2013 monographic issue on Service-Learning.
RIEJS is an academic peer-reviewed publication in electronic format and open access, that is edited by the research group "School change for Social
Justice" (GICE) from the Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain, in collaboration with the Latin American Research Network on School Improvement
and School Effectiveness (RINACE). It was created in November 2010 as a tool for promoting quality research that sees education as a powerful
instrument for social transformation.
Deadline: The deadline for submission of articles is September 15, 2013.