Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement

Posted by University of Georgia on June 19, 2017

Ready for good substantive summer reading? The Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement is pleased to announce its latest issue, Volume 21, No. 2, June 2017. Authors in this issue have taken on heady topics—dueling perspectives on the purpose of engagement, paradoxical tensions and contradictions in community–university partnership that influence collaborations, and other critical concerns.

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The Concept and Context of the Engaged University in the Global South: Lessons from Latin America to Guide a Research Agenda (7-36)
Susan Appe, Nadia Rubaii, Sebastian Líppez-De Castro, Stephen Capobianco

University-Community Partnership Models: Employing Organizational Management Theories of Paradox and Strategic Contradiction (37-64)
Amanda Marie Bowers


A Prestudy Curricula-as-Research Model for Scholarship of Engagement: Combining Continuous Service with Discontinuous Learning (67-102)
Sherrie Steiner

Undergraduate Learning through Engaged Scholarship and University-Community Partnerships (103-130)
Kristen Tarantino

Faculty Development for Advancing Community Engagement in Higher Education: Current Trends and Future Directions (131-166)
Marshall Welch, Star Plaxton-Moore


Evolution of a Social Media-Driven Campus-Community Partnership: Collaborative Learning at The Knowledge Café (169-196)
Susan A. Baim

Evaluating Reactions to Community Bridge Initiative Pilot Classes (197-216)
Julie Koldewyn, Roslynn Brain, Kate Stephens


Academics Going Public: How to Write and Speak Beyond Academe(219-222)
Kristina Killgrove

Engaging in Social Partnerships: Democratic Practices for Campus-Community Partnerships (223-228)
Frank A. Fear

Educating for Civic-Mindedness: Nurturing Authentic Professional Identities Through Transformative Higher Education (229-234)
Novella Zett Keith

Lorilee R. Sandmann, Ph.D. & Shannon O. Wilder, Ph.D.
Coeditors, Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement


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