Summit of Campus Compact Member Presidents and Chancellors
Higher education’s role in the work of democracy has never been more important or more contested than it is right now.
Campus Compact invites presidents and chancellors from across the country to convene for an event focused on institutional action for democracy and the public good.
- We will discuss the challenges and opportunities in fulfilling higher education’s responsibility to contribute to a more just, equitable, and sustainable democracy in divisive times.
- We will learn from one another about the practice of bringing people together across differences to make common cause in pursuit of shared values and goals.
- We will hear from funders and accrediting bodies about the importance of higher education’s role in democracy and in student civic learning.
- We will challenge ourselves to understand how we can more effectively communicate the part higher education plays in creating the communities and the country we seek.
- We will celebrate the achievement of our colleagues in developing Civic Action Plans as part of their commitment to the Campus Compact 30th Anniversary Action Statement.
Sunday, March 25, 6:00 – 8:00 pm
of American Indians & Western Art
500 W Washington St.
Co-hosted by IUPUI