Building Community, Reaching for Justice
Sponsored by the Community Engagement Graduate Program at Merrimack College
This speaker series provides opportunities for experts in community engagement and related fields to discuss critical issues with students and the greater community, one Wednesday a month.
All events are 4:30pm-6:00pm in Cascia Hall unless otherwise noted. Events are free and open to the public.
May 11, 2016
4:00pm - 6:00pm:
2016 Graduate Capstone Colloquium
During their final academic year in the program, candidates for a master’s in higher education or community engagement embark on a year-long research project on a topic of their choice. The Capstone Colloquium is a poster presentation of these projects. For registration information, visit www.merrimack.edu/colloquium.
Marian Walsh, J.D.
Former Assistant Majority Leader, Massachusetts State Senate
Paul Toner, M.Ed, J.D.
President, Massachusetts Teachers Association
Dan Butin, Ph.D.
Dean, School of Education & Social Policy, Merrimack College
Joshua Abreu, M.A.
Retention Specialist, Northern Essex Community College
Lorlene Hoyt, Ph.D. and Maureen Keegan
Talloires Network at Tuft University
Carrie Rose, J.D.
Positively Impacting Student Performance by Engaging Family and School
Anne Henderson, Ph.D.
A Collaborative Enterprise: How Together Schools, Families, and Community Champion Student Achievement
Valerie Kinloch, Ph.D.
Literacy, Language and Youth: Strategies for the English Teacher, Engaging Urban Students
Community Engagement Master’s Candidates
Sharing Transformations, Continuing the Journey
The final installment of the 2013-2014 Building Community, Reaching for Justice Speaker Series concluded with presentations by the master’s in Community Engagement candidates, class of 2014.
Kristin Anderson, MSc
Building Community, Building Neighborhoods
Chief Program Officer, North Shore Community Development Coalition