#CLDE17 Rates Increase Tomorrow! Register Today!

May 1, 2017

#CLDE17 Rates Increase Tomorrow! Register Today!

Join us for the annual 2017 Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement Meeting taking place June 7-10, 2017 at the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront in Baltimore, Maryland. Registration rates increase TOMORROW, and the #CLDE17 planning committee encourages you to register and reserve your hotel room to secure the most affordable options!

Some of the highlights of this year’s conference include:

  • Campus and Friends Showcase tables as well as the research- and program-centered poster session at the Opening Reception.

  • Attend one of the fabulous pre-conference sessions:
    • Engaged Campus Inventory focused on Charting a Course on the Pathway to Civic Engagement: An Inventory and Action Plan for Engaged Campuses (or)
    • Assessment I & II on Civic Engagement Assessment Pre-Conference Workshops with Networking Lunch – sponsored by ETS
    • Planning for Institution-Wide Data Collection on Civic and Community   Engagement
    • Measures That Matter: Regarding Engaged Scholarship In Tenure and Promotion  – Dialogue and Democratic Deliberation: Moderator Training
    • Measuring Civic Outcomes During College, Educating for the Democracy We Want, Not the One We Have, and
    • Integrating Civic Responsibility into the Curriculum
    • Student Pre-Conference Workshop
  • Attend all the collective Plenary Sessions – these are the most rewarding sessions for you to participate in while attending CLDE.
    • OPENING PLENARY | CivEd Talks and Our CLDE Theory of Change
    • FRIDAY PLENARY SESSION | Dialogue and Deliberation Forum: Safety and Justice: How Should Communities Reduce Violence?
    • CLOSING PLENARY SESSION | The Theory of Our Work – Today and Tomorrow: What’s Next?

Early-bird registration ends May 1, 2017. Click here to access our online registration system.

Book your hotel room by Tuesday, May 16, 2017, for our low group rateRESERVE ONLINE HERE

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