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  • Lifetime of Learning Service-Learning, Student Activism, and Equity in Education

    Friday, October 7, 2016 University of Alabama at Birmingham

    Featuring

    Dr. Tina Kempin Reuter Director of the Institute for Human Rights, UAB

    and

    Preparing Students to Lead with Equity: Lessons Learned from the April 2011 Tornadoes Ellen Potts

    Executive Director, Habitat for Humanity of Tuscaloosa

    Tracy Hipps Executive Director, Christian Service Mission

    Debra Blaylock Executive Liaison to the Community, Faith Chapel Christian Center

    Facilitated by Dr. Lisa Baker Associate Professor of Social Work, UAB

    and Breakout Sessions Discussing Best Practices at AP’s Higher Education Members

    Sponsored by Alabama Possible and UAB. CEUs available. REGISTRATION First Name _________________________________ Last Name _________________________________ Suffix ______ Nickname (for Badge) _______________________________________________________________________________ Professional Designation _______________________ Title _________________________________________________ Institution _________________________________________________________________________________________ Address (including City, State and Zip) __________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________ Phone ___________________________________ E-Mail __________________________________________________

    PLEASE CHECK A BOX c Student/AmeriCorps VISTA $50 c Conference Presenter $85 c Nonprofit Organizations and Unaffiliated Individuals $75 c Faculty & Staff from AP Higher Education Partnership Member Institutions $125 ($150 after September 23) c Faculty & Staff from Non-Member Institutions $150 ($175 after September 23)

    AP Members: Alabama Community College System • Athens State University • Auburn University • Auburn University Montgomery • Birmingham-Southern College • Calhoun State Community College • Enterprise State Community College • Faulkner University • Jacksonville State University • Judson College • Lawson State Community College • Northeast Alabama Community College • Northwest-Shoals Community College • Samford University • Shelton State Community College • Troy University • UAB • University of Montevallo • University of West Alabama • Wallace State Community College (Hanceville)

    MAIL CHECKS TO Alabama Possible, PO Box 55058, Birmingham, AL 35255 or REGISTER ONLINE at www.alabamapossible.org/events QUESTIONS? 205-939-1408 or conference@alabamapossible.org

    Your contact information will be included in the participant roster.

  • LIFETIME OF LEARNING Service-Learning, Student Activism, and Equity in Education

    Friday, October 7

    AGENDA As of September 2, 2016

    8:30 REGISTRATION & BREAKFAST Sponsored by the UAB Department of Social Work 9:00 WELCOME & MORNING KEYNOTE

    Ralph Foster, MS Chair, Alabama Possible Board of Directors Director, Office of Public Service, Auburn University

    Dr. Suzanne Austin Senior Vice Provost, UAB

    Dr. Tina Kempin Reuter Director of the Institute for Human Rights, UAB

    10:10 BREAKOUT SESSION ONE

    1. Democracy at Work: Immersive Civic Learning in Walker County Alabama Cristin Foster Brawner, Executive Director, David Mathews Center for Civic Life; John Miller, JD, Assistant Director, The University of Alabama New College; Paul Kennedy, President, Walker Area Community Foundation

    2. Arts-Integrated Engaged Scholarship: Case Studies

    in Collaborative Art & Design Service Learning Practices Jared Ragland, MFA, Adjunct Professor of Art, UAB; Douglas Barrett, MFA, Associate Professor of Art, UAB; Michele Forman, MA, Director of Media Studies Program, UAB; Matt Leavell, MS, Director of Design, The University of Alabama Center for Economic Development

    3. Combined Session

    Academic-Community Partnerships: Nursing Student Experiences in Service Learning Dr. Sallie Shipman, Assistant Professor of Nursing, UAB; Dr. Laura Debiasi, Instructor of Nursing, UAB; Dr. Melanie Gibbons Hallman, Instructor of Nursing, UAB; Dr. Lisle Hites, Associate Professor of Public Health, UAB; Dr. Kimberly Davey, Assistant Professor of Public Health, Samford University; Dr. Patricia M. Speck, Professor of Nursing, UAB

    Community Partnerships in Service Learning to Enhance Social Work Practice Education Dr. D. Scott Batey, Assistant Professor of Social Work, UAB; Laura Johnson, MSW, LCSW, PIP, Adjunct Instructor of Social Work, UAB; Shayne Rittmann, LGSW, Community Human Service Response Center Supervisor, United Way of Central Alabama

    11:10 BREAKOUT SESSION TWO

    1. Combined Session Student-Led Civic Engagement, Research, and Partnerships: Honors in Action and College Project Yaneliz Fernandez, Clay Hodge, Kailey Baker, Kaylen Bishop, and Anthony Betancourt, Students and Officers, Phi Theta Kappa–Northwest Shoals Community College

    Express Yourself: College Composition Students Mentoring in High School Writing Labs LaSharee Davis, English & International Baccalaureate Teacher, Ramsay High School; Dr. Cassandra Ellis, Assistant Professor of English, UAB

    2. Birmingham 101 – A Blueprint for Substantive

    University-Community Relationships David Dada, Coordinator of Leadership & Service, UAB 3. Combined Session

    A Health-Focused Serial Drama Podcast Written and Performed by Inmates Dr. Connie Kohler, Professor Emerita of Public Health, UAB; Ashley Conoway, Doctoral Student, UAB School of Education

    "You have the right to an attorney" and, even if indigent, the responsibility to pay? Dr. Christine Bussey, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice, Judson College; James Everett Hoagland, JD, Office of the Tuscaloosa County Public Defender

    12:00 LUNCH & PANEL DISCUSSION Preparing Students to Lead with Equity: Lessons Learned from the April 2011 Tornadoes Ellen Potts, Executive Director, Habitat for Humanity of Tuscaloosa

    Tracy Hipps, Executive Director, Christian Service Mission

    Debra Blaylock, Executive Liaison to the Community, Faith Chapel Christian Center

    Facilitated by Dr. Lisa Baker, Associate Professor of Social Work, UAB

    1:15 COMMUNITY ACTION POVERTY SIMULATION

    Sponsored by the UAB Office of Interprofessional Simulation for Innovative Practice

    Facilitated by Dr. Laurel Hitchcock, Assistant Professor of Social Work, UAB

    3:30 ADJOURN