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Higher education is in the midst of a sea change. As David Scobey writes in the recently published volume, 'We all know or sense that the academy today is in the throes of transformation. The knowledge, skills, and values in which students should be educated; the intellectual landscape of...
|Journal article||Ariane Hoy||Service Learning|
Large-scale social change requires broad cross-sector coordination, yet the social sector remains focused on the isolated intervention of individual organizations.
|Journal article||John Kania, Mark Kramer||Collective Impact|
Preparing students to be passionate about and engage in policy work can be a challenge for social work educators. Previous research supports that service-learning can increase positive attitudes and participation in macro practice. This manuscript presents a policy course that was taught...
|Journal article||Sarah Twill, Tarin Mink||Service Learning|
Despite serious weaknesses in the political culture of the United States today, three promising developments are evident: a renaissance of political theory, reforms of colleges and universities that connect them better to their surrounding communities, and widespread civic innovation outside...
|Journal article||Peter Levine||Community Partnerships, Engaged Campus|
Using Experiential and Collaborative Methods with Undergraduates and Older Persons as part of an Introduction to Gerontology Course
This study examines an Introduction to Gerontology course at the University of Northern Colorado and Colorado State University for undergraduate students that integrates experiential and collaborative learning experiences as part of a general course requirement. ...
|Journal article||A. Nancy Mendoza, Amy Ramsey, Joyce Weil||Assessment & Evaluation, Service Learning|
There is an aspect to learning that too often goes unmentioned in pressing conversations about why learning matters. It is within every "a-ha" moment, becoming visible on a student’s face when he or she "gets it" and learning becomes real. What we often forget in necessary conversations...
|Journal article||Ashley Finley||Service Learning|
Learning by Giving: A Quasi-Experimental Study of Student Philanthropy in Criminal Justice Education
Student philanthropy is a teaching strategy that “provides students with the opportunity to study social problems and nonprofit organizations, and then make decisions about investing funds in them.” This epresents the first study of student philanthropy in the...
|Journal article||Danielle McDonald, Julie Cencula Olberding||Philanthropy|
Building Capacity to Improve Latino Health in Rural North Carolina: A Case Study in Community-University Engagement
In North Carolina, health disparities for the emergent Latino population are well documented. Between 2005 and 2009, a community-university engagement model with Latino leaders and university faculty and students in rural eastern North Carolina worked to address solutions to health...
|Journal article||Chris McQuiston, Kim Larson||Community Partnerships|
Colleges and universities in the 21st century will thrive through extensive collaborations with other higher education institutions and with communities with which they have special affinities. These relationships will create an educational environment that promotes deeper learning and ...
|Journal article||Judith A. Ramaley||Civic Engagement, Community Partnerships, Engaged Campus|
Redefining the Lines of Expertise: Educational Pathways Through the Communities Together Advocacy Project
The profiles of American communities are among the most dynamic in recent history. This qualitative study examines collaboration between an urban community and The University of Utah. The Communities Together Advocacy Project illustrates parents’ perspectives on the effectiveness of an...
|Journal article||Leticia Alvarez Gutierrez, Mary D. Burbank, Rosemarie Hunter||Community Partnerships, Community-engaged Research|
Motivation to Collaborate: Applying Motivation Theory to Community Organizations and Universities Working Together
Research has identified a variety of reasons community organizations choose to collaborate with universities. This study applies Bandura’s (1997) model of motivation to investigate the motivations for, benefits of, and challenges inherent in university collaboration for 15 community...
|Journal article||Alexa N. Darby, Frances Ward-Johnson, Gabrielle Newman, Margot Haglund, Tammy Cobb||Community Partnerships, Service Learning|
Integrating a Commitment to the Public Good into the Institutional Fabric: Further Lessons from the Field
This essay describes how a group of colleagues at the University of Pennsylvania have engaged in sustained efforts over a two-decade period to integrate a commitment to the public good into the fabric of institutional life.
|Journal article||Ira Harkavy, Matt Hartley||Institutionalization|
|03/4/2016||Journal article||Veronica House||Critical Reflection, Service Learning|
Can We Teach Civic Education and Service-learning in a World of Privatization, Inequality, and Interdependence?
This essay is an excerpt from a keynote speech delivered by Benjamin Barber at the 2nd Annual Summer Research Institute on the “Future of Community Engagement in Higher Education.” The speech focuses on six conditions that will impact community service-learning and voluntarism efforts in the...
|Journal article||Benjamin R. Barber||Civic Engagement, Volunteerism, Service, and Philanthropy|
Human Rights in Everyday Life: Partnering Human Rights and Service-Learning/Engaged Scholarship in Local Communities
This paper makes the case for integrating human rights and service-learning in the United States. After 50 years of invisibility in the U.S., the language and principles of human rights now form the basis for a national movement for addressing problems at the structural level, and as such,...
|Journal article||Julie Shackford-Bradley||Engaged Scholarship, Community Partnerships, Service Learning|