Faculty Resources

The list of resources below includes articles and links for faculty interested in engaged research and teaching. Please contact us if you have an article or resource that should be included.

Engaged Research Engaged Teaching Title
X   Furco, A. 2002. “A Comparison of Traditional Scholarship and the
Scholarship of Engagement.” In Anderson, J. and J. A. Douglass et. Al.
Promoting civic engagement at the University of California:
Recommendations from the strategy group on civic and academic
X   X Gibson, C. (2006). New times demand new scholarship: Research
universities and civic engagement. A leadership agenda. Report of The
Research University Community Engagement Network (TRUCEN).
X    X  Stanton, T. (2007). New times demand new scholarship II: Research
universities and civic engagement—opportunities and challenges. Report
of The Research University Community Engagement Network
 X     Lorilee R. Sandmann. “Placing Scholarly Engagement “on the desk”
 X  X Jordan C (Editor). Community-Engaged Scholarship Review, Promotion
& Tenure Package. Peer Review Workgroup, Community-Engaged
Scholarship for Health Collaborative, Community-Campus Partnerships
for Health, 2007.
 X Welch, Marshall and Star Plaxton-Moore. “Faculty Development for
Advancing Community Engagement in Higher Education: Current Trends
and Future Directions”
X   X Barge, J. Kevin and Pamela Shockley-Zalabak “Engaged Scholarship and
the Creation of Useful Organizational Knowledge”
X    X  Holland, et al. (2010). Models of engaged scholarship: An interdisciplinary discussion. Collaborative Anthropologies, 3, 1-36.
    X  Schatteman, Alicia. “Academics Meets Action: Community Engagement
Motivations, Benefits, and Constraints” Journal of Community
Engagement and Higher Education Volume 6, Number 1 17
   X Service Learning Becomes the New Standard at Tulane U (Chronicle of Higher Education, Feb. 21, 2010)
    X Avila-Lynn, C., Rice K., & Akin, S. (2012). Designing community-based
courses: A guide for instructors to develop community partnerships and
create public scholarship courses. Cal Corps Public Service Center,
University of California Berkeley. 3-45.