Case Studies of Community-Academic Partnerships Established Using the Give-Get Grid Model
Describes three case study experiences using the Give-Get Grid, a process tool used to assess stakeholders’ expected benefits (“gets”) and contributions (“gives”) needed to establish and maintain long-term, mutually advantageous community–academic partnerships.
Celebrating ‘Builders’ and ‘Burners’ in Student Activism by Chris Purcell
A graduate student’s opinion piece arguing that it is wrong for higher education administrations to narrowly reward and uplift student activism that makes them most comfortable.
Faculty Hopes: What do our higher-ed teachers want for their students? by Andy Tix
Discusses how faculty desire that their students develop during college and university, and how those desires come through in what transpires in the classroom.
Saddle Up: 7 Trends Coming in 2018 by Julie Peterson and Lisa Rudgers
Discusses seven major trends college leaders should prepare for.
How Can We Make Scholarship More Relevant? by Alyssa Arbuckle and Bonnie Stewart
Argues that new literacies for scholarly communications are needed if academia wants to matter – and continue to be funded – in a world where our societal narratives are shaped on media and social media platforms.