• Scholarship in Public: Knowledge Creation and Tenure Policy in the Engaged University

    Publicly engaged academic work is taking hold in American colleges and universities, part of a larger trend toward civic professionalism in many spheres. But tenure and promotion policies lag behind public scholarly and creative work and discourage faculty from doing it. Disturbingly, the authors’ interviews revealed a strong sense that pursuing academic public engagement is ...

  • Guidebook for Designing Community-Based Courses

    Developed by the Cal Corps Public Service Center at the University of California, Berkeley, this handbook provides resources to assist scholars in creating, implementing, and strengthening engaged scholarship courses. Some of the resources include guiding questions to help practitioners in thinking through their own ideas. Themes related to community-engaged teaching, research, and service are explored. Read ...

  • Voices of Indigenous Oaxacan Youth in the Central Valley: Creating Our Sense of Belonging in California

    This two-year participatory action research project documented and analyzed the civic engagement decisions and practices of Mexican indigenous migrant young adults in the central region of California’s San Joaquin Valley. Read more here. Author(s): Oaxacalifornian Reporting Team / Equipo de Cronistas Oaxacalifornianos (ECO) Publication Date: 2013   Image by University of California Center for Collaborative Research for an Equitable California  


    RFP:  Next Generation Engagement Grounded in the work of NERCHE’s Next Generation Engagement project and CED’s focus on academic programs in civic engagement, the Lynton Colloquium and the Request for Proposals which grew out of the meeting seek to foster sustained and systematic investigations that will support deeper understandings of and clearer actions around critical issues in advancing ...

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