Parallel Session S4.1

S4.1.1The Voice of Community Partners within European Service-Learning. Christian Compare (University of Bologna), Cinzia Albanesi (University of Bologna), Marta M Alonso (EOSLHE); Alžbeta  Brozmanová Gregorová (Matej Bel University); Irene Culcasi (LUMSA University), Alvaro Ribeiro (EOSLHE), Pilar Aramburuzabala (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid)

S4.1.2“This course was a silent revolution”: Transformative Potential of the Community-engaged Learning in Higher Education. Bojana Ćulum (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Dpt. of Pedagogy); Brigita Miloš (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences & Centre for Women’s Studies, University of Rijeka)

S4.1.3Embed Community Engaged Learning in the curriculum – Case study: University College London. Marie Xypaki (University College London)

S4.1.4Emerging from the Covid 19 Pandemic: The Evolution of Community Engagement at Penn State Berks. Donna Chambers (Penn State Berks), Belen Rodriguez Mourelo (Penn State Berks)

S4.1.5 – Leading the Institutionalization of Community Engagement and Service-Learning in Higher Education: An Administrator’s Perspective on Building a More Engaged University. Andrew Furco (University of Minnesota)