The Digital Humanities as Public Humanities
Laura N. Schram shares three valuable ways of thinking about how to thrive beyond the Ph.D.
The Next ‘Evolution’ of Civic Learning by Tania Mitchell
The initiatives profiled in this issue represent an important step in the work to ensure a broader reach and a deeper connection to civic learning and demonstrate that civic opportunities and motivations exist across our institutions.
Gustavus Adolphus College: Communication Studies Strategic Plan by Leila Brammar
In our 2010 department strategic plan, we re-examined our discipline, curriculum, courses, and assumptions, deepened civic learning in every course, and more widely implemented community-based civic learning.
Building a University-wide Agenda for Intercultural Competence and Understanding:
Lessons Learned at the University of Minnesota by Andrew Furco and Kris Lockhart
In this paper, administrators from the University of Minnesota, who represent units that are highly engaged in intercultural competence work, share some of their struggles and lessons learned in their effort to build a comprehensive, campus-wide strategy to grow intercultural advancement.
Civic Engagement as a High Impact Practice by Matt Reed
Is political engagement a high-impact practice? Absolutely. And kudos to the Parkland students for showing us how it’s done.