We encourage you to join the more than 400 people from throughout the country who will attend the conference, including:
  • College and university faculty and staff members who are involved in engaged scholarship;
  • College and university undergraduate, graduate, and professional students who are engaged in service-learning activities, or who are studying the impact of service-learning;
  • Community partners who are working with colleges and universities to strengthen community access to university resources; and
  • College and university administrators interested in increasing the support their institutions provide faculty and staff members and students to civically engage with communities through their scholarship and academic learning.
    If you are engaged in any of these areas of work, the 11th National Outreach Scholarship Conference can provide you with valuable learning and networking opportunities. View this complete list of relevant areas of work.
  • Engaged scholarship
  • Civic engagement
  • Community-based participatory research
  • Service-learning
  • Continuing education
  • Cooperative Extension
  • Distance education
  • Economic Development
  • Public broadcasting
  • Community development
  • Technology transfer
  • Community/university collaborations
  • Outreach councils and boards
  • Academic departments
  • Research centers
  • Governmental relations
  • Foundations
  • Funding agencies
  • University relations
  • Libraries
  • Institutional development
  • Promotion and tenure committees
  • Faculty senates
  • Technical assistance
  • Technology transfer
  • Impact assessment
  • Policy analysis
  • Pre-collegiate development