Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship

How University Presidents and City Manager View Town-Gown Relationships

Posted on October 15, 2018

Are you investing in your campus and community relationship? Is it flourishing or surviving?

Gain fresh insights on results from interviews conducted with university presidents and city managers that focused specific attention on the various ways they have an impact on campus-community relationships.

Check out the new article published in the Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship titled “Campus and Community Leaders in the Spotlight: How University Presidents and City Manager View Town-Gown Relationships,” by Dr. Stephen M. Gavazzi, president and CEO of College Town Assessment LLC.

You will learn:

  • Critical role university presidents, city managers and other academic and municipal and leaders play in developing optimal town-gown relationships
  • Conceptual and methodological framework for understanding and assessing the quality of interactions between campus and community stakeholders
  • 10 strategies for enhancing and maintaining your relationship

You can also access the article by clicking here:

http://jces.ua.edu/campus-and-community-leadership-in-the-spotlight-how-university-presidents-and-city-managers-view-town-gown-relationships/


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