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National Engagement News
May 18th
Recently I was a guest at Campus Compact’s Summit of Presidents and Chancellors to introduce Carrie Hessler-Radelet, Director of the Peace Corps. I appreciated the opportunity to be part of an event at the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United …
April 29th
Ms. Diana Grosu, a Professional Fellow from Moldova, has joined Campus Compact’s national office in Boston, Massachusetts. Grosu is a participant in the American Councils’ Professional Fellows Program sponsored by the U.S. Department of State …

Welcome to Kentucky Campus Compact!

Kentucky Campus Compact (KyCC) envisions a Commonwealth where the state’s needs are a shared concern for students and faculty at colleges and universities. Imagine a hungry child, an unemployed or undereducated parent, a community, whether urban or rural, undermined by poverty, or a stream damaged by misuse. Each of these is a call to learning and service, as we seek to bring knowledge and know-how to community problems. KyCC is committed to being the network that encourages our institutions of higher learning to collaborate on these challenges and to work toward a single objective: a healthier, more prosperous Kentucky.

The Wye Deans' Seminar

The mission of the Wye Deans' Seminar is to assist CAOs, academic Vice Presidents, Provosts, and Academic Deans in relating their academic leadership to broad issues of citizenship in the American polity and beyond. The Seminar seeks to address a central need of senior academic administrators in liberal arts institutions — to exchange ideas with colleagues from other colleges and other disciplines while probing ideas and values that underlie both their roles as academic leaders and the lives they lead as liberally educated persons. In the best tradition of The Aspen Institute Executive Seminars, each Wye Deans' Seminar strives to:

  • Gather a diverse group of thoughtful senior academic administrators in intellectually rigorous roundtable discussions – truly around the table to converse with rather than confront one another
  • Explore great literature stretching from ancient to contemporary times, not merely for artistry of language but for the power of ideas on fundamental issues in our society
  • Translate ideas into action suitable to the challenges of our age

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Jun 05th 1:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Jun 09th 1:00 pm - 1:00 pm
College and university chief academic officers, academic vice presidents, provosts, and academic deans are invited to focus on the challenges of academic leadership and liberal education in a diverse, global world.
Online June 6-17, 2016
Jun 06th - All Day
Jun 09th 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Jun 10th 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Jun 11th 8:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Jul 15th 4:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Join K-16 educators from around the world this year, in Vermont, Los Angeles, or Barcelona, for a curriculum and program development experiences to remember. Learn, collaborate, be inspired!