Reflections on community-engaged scholarship faculty development and institutional identity at Ohio University
Ohio University was funded by the Faculty for the Engaged Campus initiative to design and implement a faculty development program comprised of three major components to increase faculty competency in engaged scholarship: (1) a Faculty Fellowship in Engaged Scholarship, (2) the Community-Based Participatory Research Learning Community, and (3) the co-editing of a book, Participatory Partnerships for Social Action and Research. This paper explores the implementation of the faculty development program and concludes with a discussion on two lessons learned.
Hamel-Lambert, J.M., Millesen, J.L., Harter, L.M. & Slovak, K. (2012). Reflections on community-engaged scholarship faculty development and institutional identity at Ohio University. Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement, 16(1), 129-147. Full Text.
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