Date of Award
This project focused on the rural town of Cambridge, VT and the perceptions, ideas, and efforts of some of its members to create a sustainable and thriving environment for the entire community. The project built on previous community engagement efforts and utlized community engagement practices that centered on relationships and focused on community conversations by sharing stories, identifying community strengths and needs, and creating a social network to support positive change. The project also included my participation in a local government appointed Community Engagement Team. Over the course of a year, these efforts yielded insights about community engagement processes and practices while supporting Cambridge community members to identify a variety of challenges and opportunities to create a more vibrant and sustainable community.
Matthew Kolan, Ph.D.
Your non-Rubenstein School Graduate Faculty Committee Member
Britt Yamamoto, Ph.D.
Walter Poleman, Ph.D.
Wuestenberg, Tami, "Master's Project: Strengths, Engagement and Voices: A Story of Community" (2018). Rubenstein School Leadership for Sustainability Project Publications. 5.