Terms of engagement: Community engagement structures and policies on UNC Campuses
Although community engagement is increasingly recognized as a core value of universities, much is unknown about how universities institutionalize community engagement into the identity and culture of a campus. The author uses the Carnegie Foundation engagement designation to examine how engagement structures and policies vary within ten University of North Carolina campuses. Variations in engagements strategies are identified and discussed.
Krisel, C. (2010). Terms of engagement: Community engagement structures and policies on UNC Campuses. (Masters thesis). Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina. Full Text.
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