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Campus Compact Appoints Andrew Seligsohn as Fifth President!

The Campus Compact Board of Directors announced that Dr. Andrew Seligsohn has been appointed the next president of the organization, effective June 2014.  He succeeds Maureen F. Curley who is retiring after serving in the role since 2006. Seligsohn currently serves as Associate Chancellor for Civic Engagement and Strategic Planning at Rutgers University–Camden. For more information about Dr. Seligsohn

 

2014 Campus Compact Heartland Conference!

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Call for Nominations - IARSLCE Board of Directors

IARSLCE is seeking nominations for candidates to serve on the IARSLCE Board of Directors for terms beginning September 2014. The openings are for three members at large, one international member and the Graduate Student Network (GSN) board representative.

Nominations are open until April 25, 2014. Please title all nominations "IARSLCE Board Nomination - Name" and send totluparel@tulane.edu. Elections will be held from May 5 to May 23, 2014. New Board members will be announced in June 2014.

 

We want to celebrate YOU-Our Member Campuses! 

We are proud to feature the outstanding work of our members.  Please help us share the achievements of your work with all members by sending our office any information, pictures or media press.  We look forward to doing our part commending and connecting all the great work being done in Missouri.

If you have any questions or information to send please contact Lonna at LonnaTaber@MissouriState.edu. We are looking forward to highlighting your hardwork!

 

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

Missouri Campus Compact (MoCC) is a membership organization of college and university presidents established to strengthen civic engagement and service-learning partnerships between Missouri’s postsecondary institutions and the communities they serve.  There are currently 36 member institutions, all committed to enhancing students’ responsibility, citizenship and awareness of the community while reinvigorating higher education’s concern for improving the quality of life in society. MoCC is one of 35 state compacts in a national network.  At the national level, Campus Compact is a coalition of more than 1,100 college and university presidents, representing more than 6 million students.  See more about Campus Compact at the national level by going to http://www.compact.org.