Research universities and engaged scholarship: A leadership agenda for renewing the civic mission of higher education
Because research universities “set the bar” for scholarship across higher education, they are positioned to promote and advance new forms of scholarship that link the intellectual assets of higher education institutions to solving public problems and issues. This essay includes criteria for engaged scholarship, barriers, and reasons for doing it.
Gibson, C. (2006). Research universities and engaged scholarship: A leadership agenda for renewing the civic mission of higher education. Prepared for Campus Compact’s 20th anniversary celebration. Research Universities and Engaged Scholarship. Full Text.
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