Regional U.S. Initiatives
NCSCE offers regional resources to complement annual Summer Institutes and Washington Symposia, and resources available online.
The SENCER Centers for Innovation (SCI) provide expertise, local support for members of the SENCER Community, and meetings and workshops to complement national SENCER Summer Institutes and Washington Symposia. In your region, SCIs host at least two symposia each year to encourage local collaboration, to offer faculty development opportunities, and to introduce new people to the SENCER approach.
The new Science and Civic Engagement Western Network (SCEWestNet) is a multi-institutional collaboration supported by the W.M. Keck Foundation that will overcome the serious obstacle of sustaining and growing reform - and creating an effective community of practice - across the expansive 17 states of the west. SCEWestNet activities will involve members of the SCI-Southwest and the SCI-West. For more information, please see the SCEWestNet page.
GLISTEN (the Great Lakes Innovative Stewardship through Education Network), harnesses the expertise and innovation of college faculty and undergraduate students to promote stewardship of the Great Lakes, an ecosystem containing 20% of the world's fresh water. For more information on GLISTEN, please visit the webpage.
SENCER Centers for Innovation
Hosted by Butler University
Hosted by Rutgers University
Hosted by Beloit College
Hosted by Southern Connecticut State University
Hosted by the University of North Carolina at Asheville
Hosted by Texas Woman's University
Hosted by Santa Clara University