Academy for Civic Engagement

Academy of Civic Engagement logo

vimeo logo acp facebook acp pinterest acp twitter acp wordpress

The Community and Civic Engagement Initiative within Auburn University's College of Liberal Arts announces the annual Academy for Civic Engagement (ACE) for faculty in the arts and humanities.


Date: ACE will take place in Auburn, Alabama from May 11-13, 2015.

Schedule: The Academy will include a rigorous and invigorating schedule of speakers, including Tami Moore of Oklahoma State University, workshops, working sessions led by Engaged Scholars from Auburn University, and CCE project site visits. The Academy will conclude with a reception in the Terrace Room of the Auburn University Hotel and Conference Center at 5:00 pm on the 13th. 

Cost: The fee is $1,100 and includes instructional materials, on-site faculty coaching, access to planning tools and resources, a half-day site visit at a community partner, a pre-Academy reception and networking with k-12 teachers and community leaders, and breakfast and lunch each day. The fee is waived for participants from Auburn University. Following the Academy, the Auburn CCE Initiative will also host Auburn's First Imagining America Institute on May 13 - 14. Multiple attendees from the same institution will receive a discount for attending either event. 

Credits: Upon completion of the Academy, attendees will receive a certificate issued by the AU College of Liberal Arts and, if requested, CEUs (Continuing Education Units).

Location: 310 Tichenor Hall, Auburn University

Application Deadline: The deadline has been extended to March 16, 2015.

Application: Download the application here.

Information: For more information, contact Dr. Giovanna Summerfield, Associate Dean for Educational Affairs, email:, phone: 334-844-2890


The College of Liberal Arts' Community and Civic Engagement Initiative is proudly partnered with

Imagining American logotalloires network logoMatthews Center logo


Auburn University is the recipient of the "Community Engagement Classification" by the prestigious Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.

Last Updated: April 20, 2015