Content with Topics : Engaged Scholarship

John Duffy

great engineering work, sustained international project, collaborating with another institution and discipline

Kathleen Rice

Excellent facilitator; Great communication skills; Excellent writer; Deeply knowledgeable about service learning, national service field, higher education, campus compact, and faculty development; Experience working with numerous higher education institutions. Expertise in diversity and cultural sensitivity work.

Jonathan Isham

Jon is one of our NNE faculty consultants. He is one of the leaders using service-learning in Vermont and is becoming known nationally for his work and his students’ work on global climate change. He is an excellent teacher and facilitator. He won VCC’s Engaged Scholar award in 2007.

Tom Schnaubelt

knows big picture as well as local work

Andrew Furco

Andrew Furco is Associate Vice President for Public Engagement at the University of Minnesota, where he also serves as an Associate Professor in the College of Education and Human Development and as Director of the University’s International Center for the Study of Public Engagement and Service-Learning (ICS-PESL). ICS-PESL is an expanded version of the service-learning research center Furco started at UC Berkeley in 1994, which hosted the nation’s first conference on service-learning research in 2001. The conference has since been offered annually, and it also spawned the establishment of the International Association for Research on Community Engagement and Service-Learning (IARSLCE)….

New Times Demand New Scholarship II: Research Universities and Civic Engagement—Opportunities and Challenges

This report focuses on opportunities and challenges in four areas critical to expanding and institutionalizing civic engagement within research universities: engaged scholarship (i.e., scholarship aimed at critical societal issues); scholarship focused on civic and communtiy engagement; educating students for engagement; and advancing civic engagement within and across research universities.

Campus Compact Annual Membership Survey

Campus Compact conducted an annual membership survey from 1986 to 2016. Its purpose was to assess the current state of campus-based community engagement and to identify emerging trends.  To review results of the annual membership survey from previous years, use the links in the menu bar to the left. New for 2018, Campus Compact will no longer be sending out its traditional member survey. Instead, we encourage member campuses to participate in a special collection of the National Inventory of Institutional Infrastructure for Community Engagement (NIIICE).

How Higher Education Is Integrating Diversity and Service Learning: Findings from Four Case Studies

With the generous support of the James Irvine Foundation, California Campus Compact conducted a research study (conducted by Dr. Lori Vogelgesang) exploring how independent colleges and universities were integrating service learning and diversity and identified some “best practices.”