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“Engage the Village”: Partnerships...

Concern about financial barriers to college enrollment and completion is widespread these days, for good reasons. In the Chronicle of Higher Education, Temple University…

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September Update: New Community Engage...

Books, Journals, Articles: Civic Labors: Scholar Activism and Working Class Studies edited by Dennis Deslippe, Eric Fure-Slocum, and John W. McKerley Civic Professionalism: A Pathway…

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Imagining a Higher Ed 2.0: Lessons fro...

by Julie Plaut This summer I interviewed a few leaders outside our network whose experiences and knowledge might inform our work. Since many MNCC…

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United by Shared Commitments: Civic Ac...

Eleven Minnesota campuses convened for MNCC civic action planning sessions hosted at Augsburg College and Winona State University in June, 2016, including representatives from…

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SMSU Leadership Focuses on High Impact...

High Impact Practices, including community-based learning, are a key measure of success at Southwest Minnesota State University, according to In a February 27, 2016 Marshall…

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Jay Barnes and Bethel Advance Faith-Ba...

by Tom Connery Near the end of the spring semester, anyone leaving the Bethel University parking lot could glance across the street and see…

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August Update: New Community Engagemen...

Books, Journals, Articles: 10 Dilemmas in Teaching with Discussion: Managing Integral Instruction by Jody S. Piro (IAP) Beyond Retention: Cultivating Spaces of Equity, Justice, and…

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Innovation in Oral Health Generated by...

Maren Iverson served as the 2015-2016 VISTA at Community Dental Care in St. Paul, Minnesota. Within the last few months of service, Iverson helped…

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