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GVSU College of Community and Public Service

The Dean's Message

I hope that everyone is enjoying the summer weather and getting in some well-deserved rest and relaxation.  Summer time means a slower pace for much of the College, and I enjoy the enhanced opportunity to have more meaningful, personal interactions with folks.

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CCPS Winter Meeting

After a successful fall 2011 semester, it was once again time for the annual CCPS Winter Meeting.  The event was held in the DeVos Center on February 29th and was well attended by faculty and staff.

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Community Engagement

CCPS Office of Community Engagement and Defining Quality Engagement

Though positioned in the College of Community and Public Service and located in the Johnson Center for Philanthropy, the Office for Community Engagement serves the entire university.  The office anticipates at least three major roles.

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New Director for Community Engagement

Please welcome the new Director for Community Engagement, Ruth Stegeman, to the College of Community and Public Service.

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Innovation Across the College

Does an On-line Presence Matter?

There are varying opinions about having an on-line presence.  Should you have a Facebook account?  Should you post a blog?  Is it okay to digitally record and post trainings?  The fact is that most undergraduate students already have.

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Faculty Member Innovation with Social Media

Dr. Heather Carpenter has been an Assistant Professor in the School of Public, Nonprofit, and Health Administration since January 2012.  One of her unique qualifications is her experience with blogging and social media.

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SPNHA Student-Driven Collaborative Presenting at National Conference

Diane Kimoto, Associate Professor in the School of Public, Nonprofit, & Health Administration, has facilitated the development of a student-driven collaborative called The Project.  The Project emphasizes the employability of CCPS students as they make impacts within their communities, the region, the nation, and internationally.

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More News from the CCPS

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