March Update – New Community Engagement Resources

February 28, 2017

Articles, Books and Journals

The Fix We’re In: What Americans Have to Say About Opportunity, Inequality and the System They Feel Is Failing Them” –  from Public Agenda, suggests ways to engage common themes and the challenges they represent in productive ways

“Intersections of Community Psychology Practice and Higher Education Community Engagement: An Essay of Core Competencies” by Tabitha Underwood, Executive Director of Missouri Campus Compact

Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, Fall 2016 Edition – now an open access online journal

Recognizing Engaged Scholarship in Faculty Reward Structures: Challenges and Progress” ed. by Claire C. Cavallaro

Reframing Faculty Criticisms of Student Activism” by Dean Spade in the Chronicle of Higher Education

Undergraduate Journal of Service Learning and Community-Based Research, Volume 5 – includes an article written by a 2016 Macalester graduate

“Who We Are: A Message from Trump and Clinton Supporters from Southwest Ohio”  – a report from one of the community dialogues being organized in part by University of Minnesota faculty member Bill Doherty

Other Resources

Campus Compact Podcast 6 with Robin Saha, associate professor of Environmental Studies at the University of Montana and 2016 recipient of the Thomas Ehrlich Award for Civically Engaged Faculty, and Yaz Najeebi, a student at Green Mountain College and a Newman Civic Fellow

“An Introduction to Service-Learning and Community Engagement as Co-Inquiry” by the Elon University Center for Engaged Learning

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