Making the Best Case for Community Engaged Scholarship in Promotion and Tenure Review

May 1, 2015

The Peer Review Work Group of the Community-Engaged Scholarship for Health Collaborative (Jordan, 2007) articulated eight characteristics of high quality engaged scholarship. Excerpts from these guidelines, particularly as they pertain to research, are highlighted in this brief essay. They may be useful both to community-engaged faculty to guide the documentation needed for their review, promotion, and tenure portfolio, and to RPT committees as a tool for assessing cases that emphasize community-engaged scholarship.

Seifer, S. (2007). Making the best case for community-engaged scholarship in promotion and tenure review, Community-Campus Partnerships for Health, Full Text.

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