Developing Criteria for Review of Community Engaged Scholars for Promotion or Tenure
This document provides edited, distilled information from the websites of several institutions (including research universities) and entities that have recognized and seek to reward community-engaged scholarship (CES). Most are health science schools or departments. Three are not: one represents an entire university, one a social science department and the other a national body. For the most part, the information gathered from each institution’s website is organized into three general headings—definition of scholarship or faculty work, criteria for review, and documentation. In some areas, such as teaching, sections are skipped as they did not appear directly relevant to CES.
Jordan C. (2006). Developing criteria for review of community-engaged scholars for promotion or tenure, Community- Engaged Scholarship for Health Collaborative. Full Text.
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