Publicly Engaged Scholarship and Teaching
Diversity & Democracy, Winter 2015, Vol. 18, No. 1
This issue of Diversity & Democracy examines the levers for and barriers to faculty and student participation in publicly engaged scholarship and teaching, particularly in the arts, humanities, and design fields. Published in partnership between AAC&U and Imagining America: Artists and Scholars in Public Life, the issue showcases best practices for advancing publicly engaged scholarship through classroom and community collaborations, tenure and promotion policies, and higher education leadership.
The table of contents for this issue of Diversity & Democracy is below, with links to full online articles. If you would like to order multiple print copies for a faculty workshop or campus office, we offer bulk discounts for purchases of eleven or more copies.
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- New Report: Closing the SNAP Gap
- Hope Center Virtual Policy Summit 2022: Recordings Available
- Virtual Journalist Visit Opportunities for Black History Month 2023
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