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IARSCLE European Regional Research Conference

June 10th, 2016 - Bologna, Italy

CALL FOR PROPOSALS

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Presentations from Event

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June 10th, 2016

Conference schedule

9,00-9,30 Registration

9,30-9,45 Opening remarks and Welcome

9,45-10,30 Opening Plenary: Andrew Furco (International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement) – Introduction of IARSLCE and Objectives of Conference

10,30 – 11,00 Coffee Break

11,00-12,00 Concurrent sessions 1 (4 sections)

12,10-13,00 Plenary meeting: Lavinia Bracci, Fiora Biagi and Nevin Brown (Foundation for Intercultural Exchange) – Enhancing Cosmopolitan Citizenship through the Service-Learning Pedagogy: Towards the Attainment of Glocal Identity

13,00-14,00 Lunch

14,00-15,00 Concurrent sessions 2 (4 sections)

15,10-16,00  Plenary meeting: Pilar Aramburuzabala and Lorraine McIlrath, Hèctor Opazo, Wolfgang Stark, Guillaume Tuytschaever (Europe Engage) –Europe Engage: Developing a Culture of Civic Engagement through Service-Learning within Higher Education in Europe

16,00-16,30 Coffee Break

16,30- 17,30 Concurrent sessions 3 (4 sections)

17,35-18,30 Final plenary meeting and discussion: Research approaches and agenda/Next steps for IARSLCE Europe

19,00 Optional cocktail gathering

Click here for the Concurrent Session program, presenters and abstracts.

Click here to access available PDFs of presentations given June 10th!

 

venue

Location: Università di Bologna
Address: Via Zamboni 32. Bologna, Italy 40126.

 

Accommodations in Bologna 

There are a number of affordable accommodations near the conference venue in central Bologna. We suggest that participants search for possible hotels or B&Bs near Via Zamboni 32 and book online through a reservation service of their choosing.

 

Conference Leadership

Conference Program Chairs
Lavinia Bracci and Nevin Brown

Conference Program Coordinator
Eliza Nash

Conference Planning Committee
Pilar Aramburuzabala - Autonomous University of Madrid, Europe Engage

Amy Anderson - Duke University

Burton Bargerstock - Michigan State University

Lavinia Bracci - Foundation for Intercultural Exchange

Nevin Brown - Foundation for Intercultural Exchange

Christine Cress - Portland State University

Julie Cronin - Merrimack College

Italo Fiorin - Università di Roma LUMSA

Andrew Furco - University of Minnesota

David Malone - Duke University

Lorraine McIlrath - National University of Ireland, Galway

Eliza Nash - Foundation for Intercultural Exchange

Brian Ó Donnchadha - National University of Ireland, Galway,

Wolfgang Stark - University of Duisburg-Essen

Elaine Ward - Merrimack College

Bruna Zani - Università di Bologna