This issue of Metropolitan Universitiesi ncludes papers emanating from the work of the Community-Engaged Scholarship for Health Collaborative, a three-year (2004-2007) initiative designed to build capacity for community-engaged scholarship (CES) in health professional schools, several of which address issues related to review, promotion and tenure of engaged scholars. Of note is one article (Freeman, E., Gust, S., and Aloshen, D.) that provides perspective from community partners.
Holland, B. & Bennett, H. (2009). Metropolitan universities. 20(2). Indianapolis: Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis.
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