ACU Community Engagement Activity Survey - Open Now!
Published: Monday 24th August 2015
ACU is conducting a Community Engagement Activity Survey to better understand, acknowledge and celebrate the diverse range of community engagement activities undertaken by ACU staff.
There is still time to participate in the ACU Community Engagement Activity Survey!
Community engagement is a process through which ACU draws on the capabilities of its staff to work collaboratively with individuals, community groups and organisations to achieve mutually agreed goals that build capacity, improve wellbeing, and produce just and sustainable outcomes in the interests of people, communities, and the University. Community engagement activities are at the core of ACU’s Identity and Mission as a Catholic University.
Not only do these activities offer services and expertise that meet specific needs, they also create spaces for people to connect with and get to know others, helping ACU to fulfill its Mission to build stronger and more resilient communities for the Common Good. The ACU Community Engagement Activity Survey aims to capture the scale, diversity and type of community engagement activities undertaken by staff, to better understand, acknowledge and celebrate our collective efforts in this regard.
The Community Engagement Activity Survey project has been led by Prof Margot Hillel OAM, Chair, Academic Board and Fr Anthony Casamento csma, Director, Identity and Mission, with the support of the Office of Planning and Strategic Management.
If you have any questions regarding the survey, please contact the Office of Planning and Strategic Management at: email@example.com