Introductory essay: eJournal of Public Affairs, Special Issue (Volume 8, Issue 3)

John Saltmarsh

As a community partner once commented, what we need is less evidence-based practice and more practice-based evidence


Institutionalizing Community Engagement: The College Within a University as a Missing Organizational Link

John Saltmarsh, Michael Middleton,  Melissa Quan

Attention to college-level engagement offers new possibilities for deeper institutionalization of community-engaged scholarship

A Decade of Building the Community-Engaged School of Health and Human Sciences at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Emily M. Janke, Joi W. Bulls, Dave H. Demo, Celia R. Hooper, and Jeremy A. Rinker

Key opportunities, processes, and outcomes of nearly a decade of intentional efforts to build and support community-engaged faculty culture and institutionalization

Are We Engaged? A College-Level Inventory of Community Engagement in Weber State University’s College of Arts and Humanities

Becky Jo Gesteland, Christy Call, Alexander L. Lancaster, Kathleen “K” Stevenson, Amanda Sowerby, and Isabel Asensio

A need to continue developing programs and practices that center on community engagement

Utilizing the College-Level Community Engagement Assessment Rubric to Identify Strengths, Weaknesses, and Opportunities for Growth in Drexel University’s College of Arts and Sciences

Cyndi R. Rickards, Jennifer Kebea, Brian Daley, and Lawrence Souder

Drexel University’s College of Arts and Sciences (CoAS), one of the institution’s largest colleges, has intentionally aimed to grow and deepen its commitment to civic engagement over the last decade

Community Engagement Pilot Rubric

John Saltmarsh

Increasingly, universities are called upon to mobilize their intellectual and human capacity to address needs in their communities and beyond

Economic Engagement, Development, and Entrepreneurship: The Role of Applied Public Service Colleges

G. Jason Jolley and Gilbert Michaud

This article investigates the unique role of applied public service colleges in engaging with communities through economic development and entrepreneurship-related activities


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Peter Kaufman | In Memoriam

Dr. Peter Kaufman was a sociologist at SUNY-New Paltz who lost his battle with cancer in November, 2018

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