Navigating/Changing University Systems, involves navigating university policies and procedures so that partnerships can operate as smoothly as possible. It also involves working with others to create a culture that is supportive of CES, and to change policies and procedures that may hinder partnerships.
Table. Skills for Navigating and Changing University Systems
Navigating/Changing University Systems
Resources for navigating and changing university systems:
- The Pubic Engagement Expertise Resource System (PEERS) provide short-term peer mentoring to help navigate University systems to support community-campus partnerships.
- The Public Engagement Council serves as the University’s consultative body for issues pertaining to the University’s public engagement agenda.
Five forms of CES were identified, each associated with particular skills and capacities: teaching, research, practice, outreach, and administration. The following tables detail skills particular to two of these forms of scholarship.