Metropolitan Universities Journal – Current Issue
Metropolitan Universities journal (MUJ) is the Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities’ quarterly online journal. Founded in 1990, the journal disseminates scholarship on cutting-edge topics impacting urban and metropolitan colleges and universities. It is a peer-reviewed, open access publication—which means that it employs traditional methods of evaluating manuscripts while ensuring that those accepted for publication are freely available to anyone interested in the issues and themes covered. MUJ’s readership includes those working to address issues facing modern universities and the communities they serve. Authors bring diverse institutional and professional perspectives to showcasing applications of theory and best practices to these issues.
Table of Contents for Current Edition:
Legacy Lived: A Generation of Ernest A. Lynton Award Recipients Advancing Community-Engaged Scholarship and Institutional Change, Elaine Ward
- The Life, Work and Legacy of Ernest A. Lynton (1926–1998), Elaine Ward
- Community-Engaged Scholarship and Promotion and Tenure: Lessons from Lynton Award Recipients, Elaine Ward
- Creating Dangerously, Eric DeMeulenaere
- Four Community Engagement Lessons from Detroit to Connecticut, Michelle R. Dunlap
- Emancipating Minds and Practicing Freedom: A Call to Action, Lorlene Hoyt
- Post-Tenure Reflections on Community-Engaged Scholarship in a Psychology Research Setting, Farrah M Jacquez
- Good Trouble: Post-tenure Interruptions to Our Academic ‘Routines’, Nick Tobier
- The Road Taken: Contributions to Advancing Community-Engaged Scholarship, Jomella Watson-Thompson
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