New December Community Engagement Resources

Books, Journals, and Articles

Five Things Student Affairs Professionals Can Do To Institutionalize Civic Engagement by Laura E. Sponsler and Matthew Hartley

The Optimal Town-Gown Marriage: Taking Campus-Community Outreach and Engagement to the Next Level by Stephen M. Gavazzi

Journal on Anchor Institutions and Communities inaugural issue from the Anchor Institutions Task Force

Crossover Pedagogy: A Rationale for a New Teaching Partnership Between Faculty and Student Affairs Leaders on College Campuses by Robert Nash, Jennifer J. J. Jang, and Patricia C. Nguyen

Diversity and Democracy, Fall 2016, Vol. 19, No. 4, Community-Engaged Signature Work edited by Kathryn Peltier Campbell

Concerned about Democracy? Focus on the Liberal Arts by John Coleman (dean of the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, College of Liberal Arts)

Evaluating Information: The Cornerstone of Civic Online Reasoning by Stanford History Education Group

Web 2.0 and the Political Mobilization of College Students by Kenneth W. Moffett and Laurie L. Rice

Other Resources

The Culturally Engaging Campus Environments Project

Campus Climate in the Post-Election Era with Shaun Harper

Campus Compact Podcast Episode 3 with Nancy Thomas and Andrew Seligsohn

The Millennial Vote in 2016: What Happened and What’s Next? with Brookings Institution and CIRCLE