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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|
CES4Health.info: A Web-Based Mechanism for Disseminating Peer-Reviewed Products of Community-Engaged Scholarship: Reflections on Year One
CES4Health.info was launched in November 2009 as an online mechanism for peer reviewing and disseminating products of community-engaged scholarship in forms other than journal articles. One year after its launch, the authors conducted an online survey of CES4Health.info contributing authors...
|Journal article||Catherine Jordan, Katherine Ryan, Sarena D. Seifer, Sherril Gelmon||Engaged Scholarship, Tenure & Promotion|
Tulane University’s unique situation after Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans in 2005 led to a reinvention of the university with a focus for students and faculty on community engagement. This article tells the story of the formation of Tulane’s Center for Public Service, and its...
|Journal article||Ana M. Lopez, Barbara E. Moely, Vincent Ilustre||Engaged Scholarship, Assessment & Evaluation, Engaged Campus|
The Community Based Learning (CBL) Certificate and the Civic Honors Program provide unique opportunities for students to receive college credit for their civic participation. The authors describe these programs and the historical and administrative changes at the University of Wisconsin-...
|Journal article||Debra Karp, Helen Rosenberg||Engaged Scholarship, Institutionalization, Service Learning|
This article provides an overview of current practice and essential infrastructure of campus community engagement centers in their efforts to establish and advance community engagement as part of the college experience. The authors identified key characteristics and the prevalence of...
|Journal article||John Saltmarsh, Marshall Welch||Institutionalization|
Rethinking the "Apprenticeship of Liberty": The Case for Academic Programs in Community Engagement in Higher Education
This article articulates a model for the “engaged campus” through academic programs focused on community engagement, broadly construed. Such academic programs—usually coalesced in certificate programs, minors, and majors—provide a complementary vision for the deep institutionalization of...
|Journal article||Dan W. Butin||Engaged Campus, Institutionalization|
|03/28/2014||Journal article||Karen Doss Bowman||Student Veteran Success|
College student mentors are increasingly mentoring at-risk youth, yet little is known about the benefits that college students derive from their experience mentoring within the context of a service-learning course. This qualitative study used focus groups to examine college students’...
|Journal article||Jennifer Krafchick, Lindsey M. Weiler, Merinda McLure, Sarah Rudisill, Shelly Haddock, Toni Schindler Zimmerman||Service Learning|
This practice story tells of one professor’s discovery and conduct of community-based research (CBR) at a leading liberal arts college. Originating through collaborations with an immigrant meatpacking workers’ union, Whitman College’s program on The State of the State for Washington Latinos...
|Journal article||Paul Apostolidis||Community-engaged Research|