Innovation through Integration: Using Collaboration to Recharge, Renew, and Remain Sane




Click Here to view PowerPoint slides from selected workshops from the 2019 retreat.

The Atlantic Center for Learning Communities presents:

Innovation through Integration: Using Collaboration to Recharge, Renew, and Remain Sane

A curriculum planning retreat for individuals and teams from colleges and universities from the Atlantic coast and beyond.

October 16-18, 2019


Keynote Speaker: Dr. Timothy K. Eatman

TKE_ERCCTimothy K. Eatman, Ph.D., an educational sociologist and publicly engaged scholar, serves as the inaugural dean of the Honors Living Learning Community (HLLC) and Associate Professor in the department of Urban Education at Rutgers University – Newark. Professor Eatman is a publicly engaged scholar professionally situated within academe who employs transdisciplinary, cross-sectoral approaches within his life and work. As an educational sociologist Tim conducts research, produces a range of scholarly products including papers, workshops, consultancies, and presentations designed to challenge inequality in all of its forms.


The agenda for the 2019 retreat is now available. Click Here to download the agenda.

Cost of attendance:

Commuter – Administration and Faculty – $215.00
Resident – Administration and Faculty – $290.00
Commuter – Students – $40.00
Resident – Student – $80.00

Location: Holy Family Retreat & Conference Center, West Hartford, CT.

Those wishing to stay nearby in a hotel with more amenities may want to look into the Homewood Suites by Hilton at 2 Farm Glen Boulevard, Farmington, Connecticut, 06032


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