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  • Title: Talloires Network Leaders Conference 2011 | Just another WordPress site
    Descriptive info: .. Building the Engaged University, Moving Beyond the Ivory Tower.. Talloires Network Leaders Conference.. June.. 14 16.. ,.. Madrid.. Spain.. The Talloires Network.. /.. Skip to content.. Location.. Conference.. Participants.. Resolution.. Forum.. Program.. Agenda at a Glance.. Full Program.. Speakers.. Presentations.. Hot Off the Press.. About the Authors.. Talloires Network.. Talloires Declaration.. Membership.. MacJannet Prize.. 2011 Winners.. Pressroom.. Media.. Photos.. Video.. Blog.. Twitter.. Learn more about the exceptional winners of the MacJannet Prize for Global Citizenship.. Read about the exciting new publication.. The Engaged University.. featuring Talloires Network members from around the world.. featuring Talloires Network members from around the world.. Read the draft conference program, which is designed to maximize interaction, dialogue and exchange of best practices.. The Talloires Network is a global alliance of higher education institutions that are deeply committed to strengthening the civic roles and social responsibilities of universities and colleges around the world.. With more than 150 million  ...   University won the 2009 MacJannet Prize for its highly effective Community Health Program in Karachi, Pakistan.. Click here to read more.. Philanthropic leaders from international foundations will join us in Madrid.. Click here to view the program and learn more.. Latest blog posts.. July 13, 2011.. Technology as the key to a student-centric, civically engaged future.. What would be your ideal vision for how the Talloires Network should move forward in engaging students around the world.. July 11, 2011.. My top 3 take aways from the Talloires Network Conference 2011:.. 1) The workshop on Meaning Making (You can read my abridged version in a blog post here) I write.. June 28, 2011.. Promoting Responsible Civic Engagement Programs.. Carnegie Corporation of New York.. Innovations in Civic Participation.. Pearson Foundation.. Santander.. TakingITGlobal.. Tufts University.. Universidad Autonoma de Madrid.. 2011 Talloires Network Leaders Conference | All rights reserved /.. Privacy Statement.. /.. Contact Us.. Site Map..

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  • Title: Participants | Talloires Network Leaders Conference 2011
    Descriptive info: Here is a list of all participants:.. Name.. University or organization.. Country.. Oscar Gabriel Garcia.. Universidad de Buenos Aires.. Argentina.. Rubén Hallú.. Soledad La Fico Guzzo.. Francisco Morea.. Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata (UNMdP).. María Nieves Tapia.. CLAYSS.. Eduardo Rinesi.. Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento.. Rafael Velasco.. Universidad Católica de Córdoba.. Peter Creamer.. Victoria University AUCEA.. Australia.. Chris Duke.. PASCAL International Observatory.. Liam Golding.. Charles Darwin University - Lakeside Drive Community Garden.. Mike Hefferan.. University of the Sunshine Coast.. Barbara Holland.. University of Sydney.. Nicole Manapol.. Charles Darwin University.. Edward James Popa.. University of Western Sydney.. Janice Reid.. Gerard Sutton.. University of Wollongong.. Anjea Travers.. Pierre Viljoen.. AUCEA - The Australian Universities Community Engagement Alliance.. Kweku.. Bentil.. Botswana International University of Science and Technology.. Botswana.. Josafá Carlos de Siqueira.. Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro.. Brazil.. Jennifer Corriero.. Canada.. Reeta Roy.. Mastercard Foundation.. Crystal Tremblay.. University of Victoria.. Jaime Espinosa Araya.. Universidad Metropolitana de Ciencias de la Educación.. Chile.. José Manuel De Ferrari F.. Corporación Participa.. Victor Fajardo.. Universidad de Magallanes.. Francisco Javier Gil.. Universidad Católica Silva Henríquez.. Mónica Jiménez de la Jara.. Ignacio Sanchez.. Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.. Aldo Valle Acevedo.. Universidad de Valparaíso.. Alberto Vásquez Tapia.. Universidad Catolica de Temuco.. Juan Manuel Zolezzi Cid.. Universidad de Santiago de Chile.. Lei Ma.. Shanghai Jiaotong University.. China.. Xing Zhu.. Peking University.. Clara Marcela Cuevas Garavito.. Pontificia Universidad Javeriana.. Colombia.. Iván Enrique Ramos Calderón.. Universidad del Valle.. Joaquín Sánchez García.. María Pérez Yglesias.. Universidad de Costa Rica.. Costa Rica.. Barbara Ibrahim.. American University in Cairo.. Egypt.. Heba Nassar.. Cairo University.. Georges Haddad.. UNESCO.. France.. Olugbemiro Jegede.. Association of African Universities.. Ghana.. Daniel Mireku-Gyimah.. University of Mines and Technology.. Haruna Yakubu.. University for Development Studies.. Kwesi Yankah.. University of Ghana.. Kam Yiu Wong.. University of Hong Kong.. Hong Kong.. Abhijit Mukherjee.. Thapar University.. India.. R.. C.. Sobti.. Panjab University.. Catherine Bates.. Dublin Institute of Technology.. Ireland.. Tom Boland.. Higher Education Authority.. Tommy Cooke.. Emma King.. National University of Ireland, Galway.. Lorraine McIlrath.. Helen McMahon.. Ronaldo Munck.. Dublin City University.. Sharon Prado.. University College Dublin.. Thomas Stone.. Institute of Technology Tallaght.. Aaron Ben-Ze'ev.. University of Haifa.. Israel.. Amos Drory.. Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.. Mabel O.. Imbuga.. Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology.. Kenya.. Olive M.. Mugenda.. Kenyatta University.. Walid Moussa.. Notre Dame University - Louaize.. Lebanon.. Emmet Dennis.. University of Liberia.. Liberia.. Romelle Horton.. Cuttington University.. Stasys Vaitkevičius.. Mykolas Romeris University.. Lithuania.. Saran Kaur Gill.. Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia.. Malaysia.. Victor Lim.. International Medical University.. Sharifah Shahabudin.. Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia.. Mei Ling Young.. Goolam Mohamedbhai.. Talloires Network Assocation of African Universities.. Mauritius.. Raúl Arias Lovillo.. Universidad Veracruzana.. Mexico.. Magdalena Bustos.. Universidad de Guadalajara.. Juan Ramon de la Fuente.. International Association of Universities.. Guillermo de Leon Adams.. Gabriela Guadalupe Aranda Loyo.. Tecnológico de Monterrey.. Cliona Noelle Maher.. Carlos Mijares.. Angélica Sánchez Cázares.. Tec de Monterrey.. Theo Bovens.. Open Universiteit (OUNL).. Netherlands.. Fred de Vries.. Mike Oladimeji Faborode.. Obafemi Awolowo University.. Nigeria.. Sonni G.. Tyoden.. University of Jos.. Anis Ahmad.. Riphah International University.. Pakistan.. Muhammad Asghar.. National University of Sciences and Technology, Islamabad.. Imtiaz Gilani.. University of Engineering and Technology, Peshawar.. Syed Mohsen Jalil.. National University of Sciences and Technology.. Syed Mujahid Kamran.. University of the Punjab.. Farzana Karim-Haji.. Aga Khan University.. Shamsh Kassim-Lakha.. Founding President, Aga Khan University.. Prof.. Masood Hameed Khan.. Dow University of Health Sciences.. A.. Q.. Mughal.. Sindh Agriculture University, Tandojam.. Nazir A.. University of Sindh.. Firoz Rasul.. Khuloud Dajani.. Al-Quds University.. Palestine.. Khalil Hindi.. Birzeit University.. Humberto Concepción Llempén Coronel.. Universidad Señor de Sipán.. Peru.. Felipe Portocarrero Suárez.. Universidad del Pacífico.. Sigifredo Orbegoso Venegas.. Universidad César Vallejo.. Perú.. Wilfredo Lubrico, FMS.. Notre Dame of Marbel University.. Philippines.. Sergei Ivanets.. Ministry of Education and Science.. Russia.. Marina Kalinina.. Northern (Arctic) Federal university.. Viktor Koksharov.. Uralic Federal University.. Andrey Kortunov.. New Eurasia Foundation.. Elena Kudryashova.. Galina Maltseva.. Vladivostok State University of Economics and Service.. Elena Timofeeva.. Nargis Valamat-Zade.. Haifa Jamal Al-Lail.. Effat University.. Saudi Arabia.. Houria Oudghiri.. Lisa Zuppé.. Saliou Ndiaye.. Université Cheikh Anta Diop.. Senegal.. Ahmed Bawa.. Durban University of Technology.. South Africa.. Russel Botman.. Stellenbosch University.. Beatrix \ \ Bibi\ \ Bouwman.. North-West University.. Cheryl de la Rey.. University of Pretoria.. Theuns Eloff.. Joseph Francis.. University of Venda.. Piyushi Kotecha.. Southern African Regional Universities Association (SARUA).. Thierry Luescher-Mamashela.. University of Cape Town.. Sizwe Mabizela.. Rhodes University.. Mandla Makhanya.. University of South Africa.. Marcus Malusi Balintulo.. Walter Sisulu University.. L Vuyisa Mazwi-Tanga.. Cape Peninsula University of Technology.. Peter Mbati.. Cathy Carla McNamara.. Irene Moutlana.. Vaal University of Technology.. Butho Ndhlovu.. Loyiso Nongxa.. University of the Witwtersrand.. Rinie Schenck.. Mohamed Shaikh.. Jerome Slamat.. Crain Soudien.. Derrick Swartz.. Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University.. Jacqui Watson.. Margarita Alfaro.. Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.. Silvia Arias Careaga.. Yazmin Cruz.. GUNI.. Jesus Granados.. Ana Luisa López Vélez.. Universidad de Deusto.. Aurora Martinez.. Pearson.. José M.. Sanz.. Carlos Tanarro.. Imma Tubella i Casadevall.. Universitat Oberta de Catalunya.. Eduard Vinyamata.. Gasim Badri.. Ahfad University for Women.. Sudan.. Lennart Olausson.. Malmö University.. Sweden.. Guillemette Bolens.. University of Geneva.. Switzerland.. Joseph A.. Kuzilwa.. Mzumbe University.. Tanzania.. Venansius Baryamureeba.. Makerere University.. Uganda.. Alan Bassindale.. The Open  ...   checking.. The Prize is on my bed Oh what a feeling.. Prize I have to start this blog by saying a BIG THANK YOU to the staff in DIT, who are.. Ideas, emotions, thanks.. It has been a long day, full of different emotions.. Meeting new people, new places, new voices, different accents.. But.. Inspiring thoughts by Mr.. Zaragoza.. Following a plethora of information, conversations, inspiring dialogues, and lasting impressions what the set the stage for my first day.. We ve got the power.. I suppose that throughout the past 2 days, the topic which has been the most prominent for me is that.. Self reflection as a means of self assessment.. The first day of the Talloires Network Conference yielded some interesting insights into the work being undertaken by students around.. “Meaning Making”… the super abridged version.. The MacJannet prize winners from Bard College, Ms.. Erin Cannan, the Dean of Student Affairs, and Elizabeth Castle, the student.. First evening at Conference.. Typed this up last evening late - as i did nt sleep as I was so anxious about today.. Needlessly, I.. Finding my place.. So that was day one.. The theme of this blog is reflection upon today s events and attempt to describe some.. Martin Clayton who am I? Why am i here?.. Hi, my name is martin clayton and i am a third year business management student at the University of Brighton.. Neethu Putta // Who I Am + Why I m Here.. Hello everyone, My name is Neethu Putta, and I am originally from Princeton, New Jersey.. I am a rising third.. June 13, 2011.. Butho Ndhlovu// Who am I and why am I here?.. Greetings everyone.. As aforementioned my name is Butho Ndhlovu.. I am a student at the University of Venda, South Africa.. Crystal Tremblay Who I Am + Why I m Here.. Bonjour, My name is Crystal Tremblay, I m 30 years old and from Montreal, Quebec, Canada.. I currently live in Victoria,.. Kam Yiu – Who am I and Why I am Here.. Hello, I m Kam Yiu.. I am studying law and politics at University of Hong Kong.. Over the past 4 years,.. June 12, 2011.. Soledad La Fico Guzzo // Who I Am + Why I m Here.. Hi everyone! I´m Soledad, I´m 28 and I ´m from Argentina.. I study Educational Sciences at Universidad de Buenos Aires,.. Emma King Who I Am and Why I m Here.. Greetings from rainy Ireland, Hello, my name is Emma King, I just turned 23 and I am currently completing my.. Helen McMahon, Who I am and Why I m here.. Hi, I am a 48 year old mature student studying a degree program in Spatial Planning with DIT, Dublin.. I.. June 11, 2011.. Jacqui Watson Who I am and why I m here.. I am 22 years old and currently completing my Business Science Marketing Honours at the University of Cape Town.. Edward James Popa Who I am and why I am here.. Greetings from Australia, My name is Edward Popa and I am studying the combined degree of the B Business and.. June 10, 2011.. Talloires Network Leaders Conference Launches First Student Communications Team.. Over the last six years, the Talloires Network has grown into a global community of 208 university and colleges committed.. May 20, 2011.. Conference update.. We are pleased to report excellent progress in our preparations for the upcoming conference.. Over 200 participants from more than.. May 4, 2011.. University World News is proud to be the official media partner for the Talloires Network conference.. With international competition and collaboration between universities growing apace, it has never been more important for higher education managers, researchers,.. April 21, 2011.. John Fallon confirmed as speaker.. John Fallon is Chief Executive of Pearson International Education.. Fallon is responsible for the company’s education businesses outside North America,.. April 6, 2011.. Carnegie Corporation support for conference.. We are pleased to announce that Carnegie Corporation of New York has partnered with the Talloires Network to support the.. March 31, 2011.. TakingITGlobal partners with Talloires Network.. TakingITGlobal is partnering with the Talloires Network to support the Global Leaders Conference.. TakingITGlobal s mission is to empower youth to.. Reeta Roy confirmed as keynote speaker.. The Talloires Network has confirmed Reeta Roy as a keynote speaker.. Reeta is President and CEO of The MasterCard Foundation,.. March 23, 2011.. MacJannet Prize Winners Announced.. Out of 75 nominations from 59 universities in 26 countries, 8 outstanding programs have been chosen to receive the MacJannet Prize for Global.. March 10, 2011.. Jennifer Corriero confirmed as keynote speaker.. The Talloires Network has confirmed Jennifer Corriero as a keynote speaker.. Corriero is co-founder and Executive Director of TakingITGlobal, a.. February 23, 2011.. MacJannet Prize receives largest number of nominations in its history.. The Talloires Network received 75 nominations from 59 universities in 26 countries, the largest number of nominations from the most.. John Goddard confirmed as keynote speaker.. John Goddard is emeritus Professor of Regional Development Studies at Newcastle University UK.. He was previously Deputy Vice Chancellor with..

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  • Title: Resolution | Talloires Network Leaders Conference 2011
    Descriptive info: A core team of participants from across the globe drafted a conference resolution that reaffirms the founding principles of the Talloires Network and makes new commitments for its future work.. Thanks to all the individuals who participated on the resolution writing team.. In particular, a hearty thanks goes to Tom Ehrlich for leading the group in this effort.. The feedback, advice, critiques, and improvements all participants made to the resolution were greatly valued.. Please click on the links below to download the final version in English or Spanish.. Madrid conference resolution English (Word doc).. Madrid conference resolution Spanish (Word doc)..

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  • Title: Forum | Talloires Network Leaders Conference 2011
    Descriptive info: Guest.. Welcome Guest, posting in this forum requires.. registration.. Username:.. Password:.. Remember.. RSS.. Talloires Network Forum.. MacJannet Prize Winners.. For the use of participants from the winning programs of this year's MacJannet Prize.. Moderators:.. Topics: 1.. Posts: 16.. Last post.. by.. in.. Re: Introductions.. on June 3, 2011, 01:30.. Integrating policy and practice.. Posts: 3.. Re: Please share examples..  ...   Topics: 0.. Posts: 0.. No topics yet.. How do can we share effective strategies.. Posts: 1.. rafael.. velasco.. Política de Compromiso social y ciudadano.. on March 30, 2011, 14:42.. New posts.. No new posts.. Info Center.. 20 Posts in 3 Topics Made by 199 Members.. Latest Member:.. clara.. marcela.. cuevas.. garavito.. Latest Post by.. on June 3, 2011, 01:30..

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  • Title: Program | Talloires Network Leaders Conference 2011
    Descriptive info: Building the Engaged University, Moving beyond the Ivory Tower.. 2011 Talloires Network Leaders Conference.. The Autonomous University of Madrid.. Madrid, Spain – June 14-16, 2011.. The 2011 Talloires Network Leaders Conference “Building the Engaged University, Moving beyond the Ivory Tower” is organized in partnership with the Autonomous University of Madrid, Innovations in Civic Participation, TakingITGlobal, and Tufts University.. The conference is sponsored by Carnegie Corporation, the Pearson Foundation, and Santander Bank.. The official media sponsor is University World News.. Over three days, the conference will explore how to deepen the impact of community engagement in the higher education sector.. Higher education leaders from every corner of the world will gather to shape the future of civic engagement, community outreach, and social responsibility in higher education.. The conference themes include technology and social change, government policy to support  ...   programs, with a focus on challenges and opportunities.. Examine community engagement as a distinct area of work in higher education, requiring professional development, policy support and financing.. Discuss high-impact higher education policies and practices for supporting community engagement.. Network with higher education leaders from around the world, as well as funders, government officials and members of the press.. A conference resolution will be developed by a diverse global team to focus action around the conference themes.. Plenary and Concurrent sessions will explore a variety of topics:.. A special panel of government officials to discuss policy in support of community engagement.. Tracks during the Concurrent sessions will explore technology and social change, access and widening participation, environmental sustainability and climate change, the role of higher education in political transition, peace and conflict resolution, and crisis and disaster response..

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  • Title: Agenda at a Glance | Talloires Network Leaders Conference 2011
    Descriptive info: 2011 Talloires Network Leaders Conference Schedule At-A-Glance.. Monday, June 13, 2011.. Participants arrive throughout the day.. 19:00:.. Welcome reception at Occidental Hotel Miguel Angel in downtown Madrid.. Tuesday, June 14, 2011.. *** Simultaneous interpretation in English and Spanish will be provided for most sessions.. 07:30-08:30:.. Breakfast.. 08:30:.. Buses depart hotel for The Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.. 10:00-10:55:.. Welcome and Opening Ceremony.. 11:00-12:00:.. Plenary session: Creating supportive policy environments for university- community engagement.. 12:00-12:20:.. Coffee Break.. 12:20-13:20:.. Concurrent sessions, Group A.. 13:30-13:40:.. Introduction and recognition of Pearson by Brenda Gourley, Talloires Network Steering Committee and former Vice-Chancellor, The Open University.. 13:40-14:00:.. Keynote speech by John Fallon, Chief Executive International Education, Pearson.. 14:00-15:20:.. Lunch.. 15:30:.. Buses depart for Santander Financial City.. 16:15-16:45:.. Guided tour of the Santander Financial City.. 17:00-18:15:.. MacJannet Prize for Global Citizenship Ceremony- Eight outstanding programs from Talloires Network member universities will be presented with awards in a  ...   Concurrent sessions, Group B.. 13:00-14:00:.. Concurrent sessions, Group C.. 14:00-15:40:.. 15:45-15:50:.. Introduction by Lawrence Bacow, President, Tufts University.. 15:50-16:10:.. Keynote speech by Margaret McKenna, President of the Walmart Foundation.. 16:10-16:40:.. Presentation by President Bacow regarding governance of the Talloires Network.. 16:40-16:55:.. Coffee break.. 17:00-18:00:.. Concurrent sessions, Group D.. 18:15:.. Buses depart for reception at US Ambassador’s residence.. Reception at US Ambassador’s residence.. 21:00:.. Buses return from reception to hotel.. Thursday, June 16, 2011.. 10:00-10:15:.. Welcome.. 10:15-10:20:.. Introduction and recognition of Mastercard Foundation by Shamsh Kassim-Lakha, Talloires Network Steering Committee and former Minister of Education, Pakistan.. 10:20-10:45:.. Keynote speech by Reeta Roy, President, Mastercard Foundation.. 10:45-11:30:.. Plenary session: Expanding economic opportunities for youth.. 12:00-13:30:.. Closing ceremony and announcement of conference resolution.. 13:30-14:00:.. Signing of the conference resolution by all participants.. 14:00-15:30:.. 15:45:.. Buses depart for hotel.. Private tour of the Prado followed by a reception (optional, please sign up during check-in)..

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  • Title: Full Program | Talloires Network Leaders Conference 2011
    Descriptive info: 2011 Talloires Network Leaders Conference Agenda.. Download the full program (English).. Descarga el programa completo (Español).. Concurrent Session Assignments.. All participants have been assigned to specific concurrent sessions.. Please follow these links to find your session in each group (A-D).. / Todos los participantes han sido asignados a determinadas sesiones simultáneas.. Por favor, haz click en estos enlaces para encontrar su período de sesiones de cada grupo (A-D).. Group A.. Group B.. Group C.. Group D.. For more information, please contact Elizabeth Babcock, Talloires Network Coordinator, at.. babcock@icicp.. org.. or call 202-775-0290.. 2011 Talloires Network Leaders Conference Agenda- DRAFT.. 19:00: Welcome reception at Occidental Hotel Miguel Angel in downtown Madrid.. 09:00: Buses depart hotel for The Autonomous University of Madrid.. 10:15-11:00: Welcome and Opening Ceremony.. The Talloires Network, celebrating its 5 year anniversary this year, is gathering together university leaders from around the world to discuss the successes, challenges and opportunities for university-community engagement.. José María Sanz Martínez, Rector, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.. Lawrence Bacow, President, Tufts University.. Emilio Botín, Chairman, Santander Bank.. Ángel Gabilondo Pujol, Minister of Education, Spain.. 11:00-12:00: Fundraising: Strategies for success.. University representatives will share their strategies for successful partnerships with the business and philanthropic sectors.. Moderated by Margaret McKenna, President, Walmart Foundation.. 12:00-12:20: Coffee Break.. 12:20-14:00: Concurrent sessions, Group A.. A1: El compromiso social como eje central de la gestión universitaria (Social commitment as the core of university management).. The Catholic University of Cordoba- Fr.. Rafael Velasco, Rector.. A2: Workshop: Small grants program in South Africa to develop innovative community outreach programs with a focus on women and girls.. Tufts University- Dr.. Robert Hollister, Dean, Tisch College of Citizenship and Public Service.. SAHECEF- Dr.. Jerome Slamat, Director.. A3: Institutional management: Integrating teaching, learning and extension.. University of Costa Rica- Dr.. María Pérez Yglesias, Vice-Rector for Social Action.. A4: About the Talloires Network: Informational session for non-members led by a Steering Committee member.. A5: The University in Africa and Democratic Citizenship.. University of the Western Cape- Dr.. Thierry Luescher-Mamashela, post-doctoral fellow.. 14:00-15:15: Lunch.. Keynote speech: John Fallon, Chief Executive International Education for Pearson.. 15:30- Buses depart for Santander Financial City.. 16:30-18:15: MacJannet Prize for Global Citizenship Ceremony- Eight outstanding programs from Talloires Network member universities will be presented with awards in a special ceremony to honor their achievements.. Each year, the Talloires Network and the MacJannet Foundation bring together student and staff representatives of winning programs for several days of workshops and discussions before formally receiving the Prize in an Award Ceremony.. In 2009 and 2010, the ceremony was held at the Tufts University European Center in Talloires, France.. In 2011, the Talloires Network and MacJannet Foundation will hold the ceremony in Madrid, Spain.. This gathering is an exciting opportunity for participants to exchange information, learn from one another s experiences, and build relationships with their peers around the world.. 18:15-19:30: Reception.. 19:30- Buses return to hotel.. 10:00-10:30: Welcome, Introduction and remarks by Bill Barke, CEO, Higher Education Arts Science Group, Pearson.. 10:30-11:30: Keynote speech by Jennifer Corriero, co-founder of TakingITGlobal.. Jennifer Corriero is co-founder and Executive Director of TakingITGlobal, a non-profit organization with the aim  ...   the society of which it forms part; engaging as a whole with its surroundings, not piecemeal; partnering with other local universities and colleges and managed in a way that enables it to participate fully in the region in which it forms part.. While it operates on a global scale, it uses its location to help form its identity and provide opportunities for it to grow and help others, including individual learners, businesses and public institutions, to do so too’.. A case study will be presented and participants will then work in groups to identify the drivers and barriers to civic engagement in their own institutions and the leadership challenges inside and outside of the university in realizing the opportunities and overcoming the barriers.. Newcastle University- Dr.. John Goddard, emeritus Professor of Regional Development Studies.. 13:00-14:00: Concurrent sessions, Group C.. C1: Workshop: Small grants program in Chile to develop innovative community outreach programs with a focus on women and girls.. C2: The role of the university in post-conflict peace building.. University of Liberia- Dr.. Emmet A.. Dennis, President.. C3: Utilizing distance learning technologies for engagement.. The Open University- Dr.. Alan Bassindale, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research Enterprise).. C4: Service and learning outcomes: Measuring the civic behaviors, skills, and attitudes of students.. Tecnológico de Monterrey- Dr.. Carlos Mijares, Vice President for Academics and Research.. C5: Partnerships and community impact: A strategic review.. The Aga Khan University- Dr.. Firoz Rasul, President.. C6: The Civic University: bringing together community engagement and sustainable development.. 14:00-15:30- Lunch.. 15:30-16:30: Panel: creating supportive policy environments for university- community engagement.. Ministers of Education and senior government officials from around the world will discuss what their governments can and should do to support this growing global movement.. 16:30-18:00: Presentation of The Engaged University: International Perspectives on Civic Engagement.. The Engaged University is the most up-to-date and comprehensive account available on the global civic engagement movement in higher education.. It is being published by Francis and Taylor as part of their series: International Studies in Higher Education.. Leaders of the 20 Talloires Network institutions who are profiled in The Engaged University will be recognized and join in releasing it at the conference.. All participants will receive a free copy.. 18:15- Buses depart for reception at residence of US Ambassador to Spain Alan Solomont.. 19:00- Reception at US Ambassador’s residence.. 21:00- Buses return from reception to hotel.. 09:00- Buses depart hotel for The Autonomous University of Madrid.. 10:00-10:15- Welcome.. 10:15-11:00- Keynote speech by Reeta Roy, President, Mastercard Foundation.. 11:00-11:30- Announcement from President Bacow regarding governance of the Talloires Network, Question and Answer.. 11:30-11:50- Coffee break.. 12:00-14:00- Concurrent sessions, Group D.. D1: Political transitions: The role of universities in new democracies.. Stellenbosch University- Prof.. Russel Botman, Vice-Chancellor.. D2: Technology and social engagement.. The Open University in the Netherlands- Dr.. Theo Bovens, President.. D3: Community engagement at the core: The Community University Partnership Program.. The University of Brighton- Dr.. Julian Crampton, Vice-Chancellor.. 14:00-15:00- Lunch.. 15:00-16:00- Closing session, Announcement of Conference Resolution.. 16:15- Buses depart for cultural event.. To register or for more information, please contact Elizabeth Babcock, Talloires Network Coordinator, at babcock@icicp.. org or call 202-775-0290..

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  • Title: Speakers | Talloires Network Leaders Conference 2011
    Descriptive info: Several internationally renowned speakers have confirmed their participation.. We are very pleased to announce that the following speakers will join us in Madrid:.. In 2003, Jennifer was a member of the Official Canadian Government Delegation to the World Summit on the Information Society.. She has presented and supported civil society engagement at events including the World Urban Forum, International AIDS Conference, World Summit on Sustainable Development, Youth Employment Summit and Global Knowledge Partnership International Forum.. Jennifer has a Masters in Environmental Studies from York University, and has been a youth engagement strategy consultant for a range of organizations including Microsoft, TD Bank, VanCity Credit Union, Ontario Science Centre and the Canadian Government.. John Fallon is Chief Executive of Pearson International Education and is responsible for the company s education businesses outside North America, and a member of the Pearson management committee.. He joined Pearson in 1997 as director of communications and was appointed President of Pearson Inc.. , a role he combined with his communications responsibilities, in 2000.. In 2003, he was appointed CEO of Pearson s educational publishing businesses for Europe, Middle East Africa (EMA) and since then has gradually taken on a broader international education brief.. Prior to joining Pearson, John was director of corporate affairs at Powergen plc, where he was also a member of the company s executive committee.. Earlier in his career, John held senior public policy and communications roles at Westminster and in UK local government.. He graduated from Hull University in 1983 with a degree in economics, politics and sociology.. John is married with two children.. John Goddard is emeritus Professor of Regional Development Studies at Newcastle University (UK).. He was previously Deputy Vice-Chancellor with responsibility for the University’s links with the city and region.. Prior to that he founded and led the University’s Centre for Urban and Regional Development Studies (CURDS) from 1977 to 1998.. Before moving to Newcastle, Goddard was a lecturer at the London School of Economics.. He was awarded an OBE in 1986 and the  ...   presided over its transformation from a small, regional college of 2,000 to a national university of 12,000.. Prior to Lesley, Dr.. McKenna served as Vice President at Radcliffe College, as Deputy Under Secretary in the U.. S.. Department of Education, and as White House Deputy Counsel to President Jimmy Carter.. She began her career as a trial attorney with the Civil Rights Division of U.. Department of Justice.. McKenna is the recipient of several Honorary Degrees and many regional and national awards.. The author of numerous articles, she is often invited to speak on issues of access, social justice and philanthropy.. McKenna currently serves on a variety of corporate and non-profit boards and is the mother of two grown sons.. Reeta Roy is President and CEO of The MasterCard Foundation, an independent, private foundation based in Toronto, Canada with assets over $3 billion.. The Foundation’s vision is to make the global economy work for everybody by advancing effective and innovative programs in the areas of microfinance and youth education.. Prior to joining the Foundation in 2008, Reeta was the Divisional Vice President of Global Citizenship and Policy at Abbott, a global health care company, and Vice President of the Abbott Fund, a corporate foundation.. She created the citizenship and policy department and led Abbott’s public-private initiatives related to HIV/AIDS in Africa, global product donations program, and community initiatives.. During her tenure, Abbott tripled its investment in global humanitarian programs and was named to the Dow Jones Sustainability Index.. Previously, Reeta held a number of positions at Bristol-Myers Squibb Company from 1991 to 2002, working on global health issues and private-public partnerships, including a three-year assignment in Shanghai, China where she led public affairs and strategic planning for the business.. Prior to joining the private sector, she worked at the United Nations.. Reeta grew up in Malaysia and received a Master of Arts in Law and Diplomacy from The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University, and a Bachelor of Arts from St.. Andrews Presbyterian College..

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  • Title: Presentations | Talloires Network Leaders Conference 2011
    Descriptive info: Rector and Vice-Chancellor.. Hope in Africa: The role of universities in times of political transition, particularly in the context of democratisation.. Emeritus Professor of Regional Development Studies.. Centre for Urban Regional Development Studies (CURDS).. Re-inventing the Civic University.. The Civic University and the Leadership of Place.. Leading Cities and Places.. Dra.. Vicerrectora de Acción Social.. Una gestión comprometida y estratégica.. Pro Vice-Chancellor (Engagement) and Professor Property and Development.. Greenfield university  ...   Sustentabilidad: compromiso de la universidad con la sociedad y el medioambiente PowerPoint.. Sustainability: University commitment to society and the environment PowerPoint.. Sustentabilidad: compromiso de la universidad con la sociedad y el medioambiente Word doc.. President.. Fred De Vries.. Senior International Relations Officer.. The Open University in the Netherlands.. Technology for access and widening participation.. Chief Executive, International Education.. Remarks on Building the Engaged University – Moving Beyond the Ivory Tower..

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  • Title: Hot Off the Press | Talloires Network Leaders Conference 2011
    Descriptive info: is the most up-to-date and comprehensive account available on the global civic engagement movement in higher education.. Leaders of the 20 Talloires Network institutions who are profiled in.. will be recognized and join in releasing it at the conference.. In universities around the world, something extraordinary is underway.. Mobilizing their human and intellectual resources, institutions of higher education are directly tackling community problems – combating poverty, improving public health, and restoring environmental quality.. Brick by brick around the world, the engaged  ...   of civic engagement and social responsibility at twenty institutions worldwide.. aims to motivate and guide decision-making and action inside and outside the academy, and to elevate public awareness of, and support for, civic engagement in higher education.. University enrollment worldwide is predicted to surpass 200 million by the year 2030.. This book offers a glimpse of what these students, in collaboration with their teachers, communities and institutions, can do to accelerate economic development and build healthy communities around the globe.. Learn more..

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  • Title: About the Authors | Talloires Network Leaders Conference 2011
    Descriptive info: David Watson is Principal of Green Templeton College, Oxford.. Robert M.. Hollister is Dean, and Pierre and Pamela Omidyar Professor of Citizenship and Public Service in the Jonathan M.. Tisch College of Citizenship and Public Service at Tufts University.. Susan E.. Stroud is Executive Director, Innovations in Civic Participation.. Elizabeth Babcock is Talloires Network Coordinator, Innovations in Civic Participation..

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