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1 Recognizing Engaged Scholarship for Promotion &Tenure: Lessons for the University of Louisville Hiram E. Fitzgerald, PhD University Outreach and Engagement And Department of Psychology Michigan State University University of Louisville Louisville, Kentucky September 10, 2013

2 Centrality of Engagement in Institutional Mission

3 Institutional Identity: Mission Statement The University of Louisville shall be a premier, nationally recognized metropolitan research university with a commitment to the liberal arts and sciences and to the intellectual, cultural, and economic development of our diverse communities and citizens through the pursuit of excellence in five interrelated strategic areas: (1) Educational Experience, (2) Research, Creative, and Scholarly Activity, (3) Accessibility, Diversity, Equity, and Communication, (4) Partnerships and Collaborations, and (5) Institutional Effectiveness of Programs and Services. Discovery Application Dissemination Community Adapted from University of Louisville’s Web Page: Downloaded 9/1/13

4 Philosophy and Mission Student Support And Involvement Faculty Support and Involvement Dimensions of Community Engagement Alignment Institutional Support Community Participation and Partnerships Furco, A. (2010). The engaged campus: Toward a comprehensive approach to public-engagement. British Journal of Educational Studies, 58,

5 What is the status of CES at the University of Louisville in 2013? What are its aspirational goals for 2020? How vulnerable are you for the two pathologies of organizations?

6 Adaptation Innovation Theory: The Life Cycle Cultural Matrix. Growth and Success as two pathologies of organizations. Vicere, A. A. Adaption Innovation Theory. Workshop presented at the annual meeting of the National Outreach Scholarship Conference, Pennsylvania State University, 2008 Organization momentum: Driven by innovation, growth and success, Becoming vulnerable to living in the past. Campaigner/barbarian stage Prophet stage Explorer/builder stage Innovation (different) Reaction (nothing) Adaptation (better) Decay (Crisis) Decline (Pending crisis ) Maturity (Growth slows) Growth (business develops) Emerging (start up) Ineffective Organizations Effective Organizations Organization momentum IDEAL Stuck in more of the same

7 Organization Structure for Accelerating Performance: Dual Operating System— “Use Both” Kotter Connectivity Maintaining functional stability in day-to- day work of institution Building disciplines, predictability, skills, assets Interacting with external realities and pressures of institution Unleashing individual and group power for creativity, agility, innovation, translation, impact Maximizing speed of permeable boundaries Making interdisciplinary coherent and purposeful Expanding intentional connectivity and inclusiveness Sub-initiatives Guiding coalition populated with people who come from hierarchy Initiatives 20 th Century Hierarchy Strategic Fitness 21 st Century Networks Strategic Fitness

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10 What is Community Engagement Scholarship?

11 What Do We Mean by Community? Geography: (shared a physical place, such as neighborhood, city, or region) Identity: (shared race, gender, or other characteristics) Affiliation or interest : (shared a common set of values or concerns) Circumstances:(shared a common experience such as surviving a natural disaster or managing a specific disease) Profession or practice: (shared specific knowledge to occupation, skill, or trade) Faith: (shared belief system, customs, and religious or spiritual practice) Kinship: (shared relationships through family and/or marriage)

12 What Do We Mean by Engagement Engagement is the partnership of university knowledge and resources with those of the public and private sectors to enrich scholarship and research enhance curricular content and process prepare citizen scholars endorse democratic values and civic responsibility address critical societal issues contribute to the public good Fitzgerald, H E., Smith, P., Book, P., Rodin, K. (2005). Engaged Scholarship: A Resource Guide. Report submitted to the Committee on Institutional Cooperation. CIC Institutions (Big Ten) Michigan State Northwestern Univ. Ohio State Univ. Penn State Univ. Purdue Univ. Rutgers Univ. Univ. Chicago Univ. Illinois Univ. Indiana Univ. Iowa Univ. Maryland Univ. Michigan Univ. Minnesota Univ. Nebraska Univ. Wisconsin

13 What Do We Mean By Scholarship? 1.Requires a high level of (multi)disciplinary expertise: problem and systems change focused 2.Conducted in a scholarly manner –Clear goals –Adequate preparation –Appropriate methodology 3.Is appropriately and effectively documented and disseminated to (academic and community) audiences, with reflective critique about significance, processes, and lessons learned 4.Has significance beyond the individual context –Breaks new ground or is innovative –Can be replicated and elaborated 5.Is judged to be significant and meritorious (product, process, and/or results) by panel of peers 6.Demonstrates consistently ethical practice, adhering to codes of conduct in research, teaching, and the discipline 7.Recognizes the dynamic relationship between tacit and explicit knowledge Diamond, R. (2002, Summer). Defining scholarship for the twenty-first century. New Directions for Teaching and Learning, No. 90., pp New York, NY: Wiley Periodicals.

14 Types of Engaged Scholarship Engaged Research and Creative Activity Engaged Teaching and Learning Engaged Service Use inspired basic research Community-based research Applied research Contractual research Demonstration projects Needs and assets assessments Program evaluations Translation of scholarship through presentations, publications, and web sites Exhibitions and performances Online and off-campus education Continuing education Occupational short course, certificate, and licensure programs Contract instructional programs Participatory curriculum development Non-credit classes and programs Conferences, seminars, and workshops Educational enrichment programs for the public and alumni Service-learning Study abroad programs with engagement components Pre-college programs Technical assistance Consulting Policy analysis Expert testimony Knowledge transfer Commercialization of discoveries Creation of new business ventures Clinical services Human and animal patient care © 2013 Michigan State University Board of Trustees

15 Scholarship of Integration Glass, C. R., & Fitzgerald, H. E. (2010). Engaged scholarship: Historical roots, contemporary challenges. In H. E. Fitzgerald, C. Burack & S. Seifer (eds). Handbook of engaged scholarship: Contemporary landscapes, future directions. Vol. 1: Institutional change. (pp. 9-24). East Lansing, MI: MSU Press

16 Civil Society Higher Education Business Community State and Regional Government Change QUAD Helix and Change © 2012 Michigan State University INNOVATION FOCUSED ENTREPRENURIAL KNOWLEDGE DRIVEN EDUCATION ANCHORED SUSTAINABLE EVIDENCE- BASED RISK WORTHY

17 Engaged Research and Creative Activities Definition Engaged research and creative activities are associated with the discovery of new knowledge, the development of new insights, and the creation of new artistic or literary performances and expressions—in collaboration with community partners. Doberneck, D. M., Glass, C.R., & Schweitzer, J. H. (2010). From rhetoric to reality: A typology of publicly engaged scholarship. Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement 14(5), 5-35.

18 Source: The Engaged Scholar Magazine, Volume 1, 2006 Gretchen Birbeck International Neurologic and Psychiatric Epidemiology Program (COM & CMH) A patient's mother (left) discusses treatment issues with Monica Sapuwa, R.N. (center), of Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital, Blantyre, Malawi, and Gretchen Birbeck (right).

19 International Neurologic and Psychiatric Epidemiology Program, Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine and Human Medicine Discipline: Medicine Engaged Scholarship: Engaged Research, Teaching and Service Community: Basanje Royal Establishment Partners: Zambian Ministry of Health, WHO, World Bank, U.S. Institute of Medicine (30 countries in Africa) Duration: Multi-year Collaboration: Programs for epilepsy care and care delivery Scholarship: Scientific articles, book chapters, dissemination documents

20 William Davidson Department of Psychology, CSS Adolescent Diversion Project: 2009 Regional Winner in W.K. Kellogg Foundation/A.P.L.U. National Competition for Engaged Scholarship

21 Adolescent Diversion Project Discipline: Psychology, Criminal Justice Engaged Scholarship: Engaged Research, Engaged Teaching, Engaged Service Community: Tri-county region of Mid-Michigan Partners: Six District Courts in Mid-Michigan Duration: Multi-year (over 25 years) Collaboration: Use of peer mentors to divert offending youth from the crimination justice system. Scholarship: Peer reviewed journal articles, chapters, legal briefs

22 Engaged Teaching/Learning Definition Engaged teaching is organized around sharing knowledge with various audiences through either formal or informal arrangements. Types of engaged teaching vary by relationship among the teacher, the learner, and the learning context. Engaged teaching may be for-credit or not- for-credit, guided by a teacher or self-directed. Doberneck, D. M., Glass, C.R., & Schweitzer, J. H. (2010). From rhetoric to reality: A typology of publicly engaged scholarship. Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement 14(5), 5-35.

23 Ellen Cushman Department of Writing, Rhetoric, and American Studies, CAL Source: The Engaged Scholar Magazine, Volume 3, 2008 Ellen Cushman and WRA 417 students prepare for a videoconference with members of the Cherokee Nation to discuss building the Web site.

24 Preserving Cultural Lore and Traditions Discipline: Writing, Rhetoric, & American Studies Engaged Scholarship: Engaged Research, Engaged Teaching (service learning for credit) Community: identity Partners: Cherokee Nation, Cherokee Nation Summer Youth Leadership Institute Duration: on-going Collaboration: video-conferencing, meetings Scholarship: published ethnographies; audio, video, & multi-media materials for websites

25 Engaged Service Definition Engaged service is associated with the use of university expertise to address specific issues (ad hoc or long-term) identified by individuals, organizations, or communities. This type of engagement is not primarily driven by a research question, though a research question may be of secondary interest in the activity. Doberneck, D. M., Glass, C.R., & Schweitzer, J. H. (2010). From rhetoric to reality: A typology of publicly engaged scholarship. Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement 14(5), 5-35.

26 Small Town Design Initiative Community members decided this bus stop had the potential to be friendlier and more inviting space... Students prepared illustrations to present options for change... A full-scale overhaul of the site might look like this. Source: The Engaged Scholar Magazine, Volume 1, 2006 Landscape Design professor, Warren Rauhe oversees students in their senior capstone class.

27 Landscape Architecture Capstone Class Discipline: Landscape architecture Engaged Scholarship: Engaged Research, Engaged Teaching (for-credit) Community: geographic Partners: various community groups, including local governments Duration: 15 week, semester-long projects Collaboration: community forums, design charettes Scholarship: landscape architecture drawings and plans for communities

28 Source: The Engaged Scholar Magazine, Volume 2, 2007 Pamela Whitten Department of Telecommunications, Information Studies and Media (CCAS) A telehealth videoconference at Marquette General Health System, Marquette, Michigan.

29 Midwest Alliance for Telehealth and Technology Resources Discipline: Telecommunications, Medicine Engaged Scholarship: Engaged Research, Engaged Teaching, Engaged Service Community: rural and urban hospital and clinic sites in three states Partners: Marquette General Health System, University of Kansas, Purdue University Duration: Multi-year Collaboration: Access to specialty care, physician training, diagnosis Scholarship: Peer reviewed journal articles, public dissemination bulletins

30 Source: The Engaged Scholar Magazine, Volume 2, 2007 Barbara Given Family Home Care for Cancer, CON Barbara Given (above). Dr. Given and colleagues developed the Partners in Care Web site to provide information, assistance, and support to family caregivers. partnersincare.msu.edu partnersincare.msu.edu

31 Website for Caregivers of Cancer Patients Discipline: Nursing Engaged Scholarship: Engaged Research and Engaged Teaching, Public Understanding Community: circumstance Partners: National Cancer Institute (government agency), MSU Dept. Family Practice Duration: on-going Scholarship: written and multi-media materials on website

32 MSU International Business Center Serving 1,945 companies and 23 educational institutions in Michigan since The map represents cities with companies and educational institutions served in Michigan since 2006 by the International Business Center in the Eli Broad College of Business at Michigan State University. As a background, in the spirit of Michigan State University’s “worldgrant” focus along with President Obama’s National Export Initiative, the IBC has centered increased attention on helping U.S. businesses thrive in the global marketplace – with a particular emphasis on our home state of Michigan. Nationwide, since 2006 the MSU International Business Center has served 12,137 companies and 176 universities and educational institutions with training, development, assistance, research, and much more (and double those numbers since its founding in 1988). Given the nation’s increased focus on exporting since President Obama’s 2010 State of the Union speech in which he highlighted the National Export Initiative, we are delighted to be part of the international business and trade solution in Michigan and across the country. The International Business Center (ibc.msu.edu), started in 1988, has been designated as a National Resource Center by the U.S. Department of Education since IBC’s mission is to provide superior education, research, and assistance to businesses, public policy makers, academics, and students on international business and trade.ibc.msu.edu

33 MSU International Business Center Serving 12,137 companies and 176 educational institutions since (Map representing cities with companies and educational institutions served.)

34 COMMERCIALIZED ACTIVITIES Commercialized activities are associated with a variety of projects in which university-generated knowledge is translated into practical or commercial applications for the benefit of individuals, organizations, or communities. Doberneck, D. M., Glass, C.R., & Schweitzer, J. H. (2010). From rhetoric to reality: A typology of publicly engaged scholarship. Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement 14(5), 5-35.

35 Commercialized Activities Type of Scholarly Activities Copyrights Patents Licenses for commercial use Innovation and entrepreneurship activities University-managed or supported business ventures, such as business parks or incubators New business ventures

36 Product Center—Food, Ag, Bio Product Center helps potential business owners develop and commercialize high value, consumer-responsive products and businesses in the food, agriculture, and bioeconomy sectors. Whether you are a budding entrepreneur or an established company, the Product Center is your key to the front door of MSU’s vast and varied technical expertise, research, outreach, and educational services.

37 Product Center—Portfolio of Services Service Tiers Venture Development Market Research Education Programs Concept Development Develop business or product concept Market briefings Opportunity assessments Grant workshops Venture Fundamentals One-on-one counseling for initial business plan Market analyses Mintel Databases FastTrac Specialized Services Faculty/student teams, consultant referrals, testing & labeling, etc. MarketMaker Feasibility studies Economic Impact Making It In Michigan Conference Services for Start-ups Referrals to added expertise or back to other services Analysis updatesE&I Clubs

38 DisciplineAgriculture & Natural Resources EngagementEngaged Research Engaged Service CommunityInterest (potential entrepreneurs) Profession/practice (business owners) PartnersSm. Business Development Centers U.S. Dept. of Agriculture (government) DurationShort-term individual support Long-term Product Center activities CollaborationConsultations Strategic, business planning New research generated upon request ScholarshipNew business ventures, new products Entrepreneurship development

39 EXPANDING THE SPHERE OF UNIVERSITY INFLUENCE AND FACILITATING FACULTY AND STUDENT ACCESS TO COMMUNITIES

40 Campus-Community partnerships: Innovation, Incubation, and Economic Development East Lansing Technology Innovation Center msuENet: Entrepreneurial Network MSU Hatch: Business accelerator for college students MSU Business Connect: helping private sector business to connect with MSU MSU Technologies: marketing inventions to private sector Private Sector Business Lansing Regional Smart Zone Lansing Prima Civitas Foundation: economic development Business USA

41 Community-Based Health Care, Medical Education and Research: Expanding Local Capacity Statewide Detroit Medical Center Macolm CC University Center and a 30 hospital Statewide Campus System MSU College of Osteopathic Medicine College of Osteopathic Medicine (D. O.) College of Human Medicine (M.D.) Grand Rapids Secchia Center and hospital partners in Kalamazoo Lansing Midland/Saginaw Traverse City Marquette Medical Centers in Grand Rapids, Detroit, and Statewide Detroit Charter High School

42 Linking University to Community through Place Establishing Place-based Hubs for Engagement Activities MSU Detroit Research Partnerships Office at YouthVille-Detroit MSU Detroit Center Center for Community and Economic Development (CCED) in Lansing Medical Centers in Grand Rapids, Detroit, and 34 sites Statewide Information Technology Empowerment Center (ITEC) - Lansing Mark Copier | The Grand Rapids Press

43 University Corporate Research Park The mission of the University Corporate Research Park is to mutually benefit Michigan State University and tenants of the Research Park through the advancement of research, technology, development of new knowledge, and commercialization of intellectual property. Innovation Technology Center Analysts International Corporation Netarx LCC Diverse Computer Marketers, Inc. Transaction Network Services MI Virtual University MDOT Lansing Transportation Services Center MSU Foundation Technology Development Center L&S Associates Lyondell Basell Industries MSU Composite Vehicle Research Liuman Technologies LLC Biotechnology Development Center EcoSynthesis, Inc Claytex,l Inc MBI International

44 ASSESSING EXCELLENCE IN ENGAGED SCHOLARSHIP

45 University Outreach and Engagement convened MSU faculty and administrators to address institutional issues related to outreach and engagement 1993: defined outreach as a form of scholarship and distinguished between professional service and outreach and engagement : developed indicators for evaluating quality outreach and engagement (Points of Distinction) 2001: revised promotion and tenure form to accommodate the scholarship of outreach and engagement 2004: launched annual Outreach and Engagement Measurement Instrument (OEMI) 2006: professional development programs on community engagement for undergraduates, grad students, new faculty Doberneck, D. M., & Fitzgerald, H. E. (Oct, 2008). Outreach and Engagement in Promotion and Tenure: An Empirical Study Based on Six Years of Faculty Dossiers. Presented at the annual meeting of the International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement. New Orleans, LA.

46 Assessing Excellence: Promotion, Tenure, Merit Awards & Rewards Four Dimensions of Quality Outreach and Engagement Significance Importance of issue/opportunity to be addressed Goals/objectives of consequence Context Consistency with university/unit values and stakeholder interests Appropriateness of expertise Degree of collaboration Appropriateness of methodological approach Sufficiency and creative use of resources Scholarship Knowledge resources Knowledge application Knowledge generation Knowledge utilization Impact Impact on issues, institutions, and individuals Sustainability and capacity building University-community relations Benefit to the university Committee on Evaluating Quality Outreach. (1996,2000). Points of distinction: A guidebook for planning and evaluating quality outreach. East Lansing: Michigan State University, University Outreach and Engagement.

47 Revised Reappointment, Promotion, and Tenure Procedures (2001) Faculty committee makes recommendations to revise reappointment, promotion, and tenure forms and instructions along these lines: 1.emphasize multiple definitions of scholarship; 2.promote the use of evidence to document the quality of that scholarship; 3.embed opportunities to report outreach and engagement throughout the form; 4.distinguish among service to the university, to the profession, and to the broader community; 5.include new questions focused on scholarship of integration 6.broaden the list of examples of scholarship to include outreach scholarship in each section

48 Category Total Books Book Chapters Journal Articles Proceedings Technical Reports Newsletters Conference Presentations Invited Paper Presentations Poster Presentations Seminar Presentations Training Programs Curricula Development University Outreach and Engagement CES Productivity Indicators

49 University Outreach and Engagement CES Stewardship Indicators Fiscal yearMoney Received $263, $175, $202, $254, $197, $508, $448, $354, $535, $250, $162, $175,242 $3,527,313 UnitSubmitted Awarded NCSUE $220,000 CERC$ 1,483,011 $947,950 ASL$ 39,903 $ 19,989 Wharton$ 1,218,198 $162,300 Museum$ 5,462,057$3,010,922 Admin$ 743,398$5,896,870 UARC$ 4,269,887$2,002,684 UCP$ 14,309,442$8,406,689 CMP$ 2,938,640$ 70,000 Total$ 32,464,536$ 20,517,404 Total Extramural Funding: $24,044,717

50 Measuring Outreach and Engagement (OEMI) The OEMI is an annual survey that collects data on faculty and academic staff outreach and engagement activities Data on faculty effort –Time spent –Social issues –University strategic imperatives –Forms of outreach –Location –Non-university participants –External funding –In-kind support Data on specific projects –Purposes –Methods –Involvement of partners, units, and students –Impacts on ongoing research –Impacts on external audiences –Evaluation

51 Special Issue or Theme Reports

52 FACULTY COMMUNITY ENGAGED SCHOLARSHIP AND ROI Reports of Engaged Research, Teaching and Service from 3,100 of 4,950 possible tenured and non-tenured faculty over 7,200 projects Return on Investment: Extramural Funding vs. Investments in Faculty FTE (Source: OEMI and CGA data bases) FTEs Salary Value $56,924,968 Extramural funding $397,209, :1 ROI Instruction example: ROI: Department of Psychology on-line courses: $1,200,000

53 Aligning CES to Institutional Mission

54 Knowledge Generation literature reviews, research tools, journal/book publications, performances Stakeholder needs research applicable to community settings, policies, and funds focused on community needs, evaluation research Capacity Building teaching curricula, training manuals, evaluation reports Information Dissemination briefs, reports, presentations, publications, digital media Resource Generation concept papers, presentations to potential funders, grant proposals Glassick, C. E., Huber, M. T., & Maeroff, G. I. (1997). Scholarship assessed: Evaluation of the professoriate. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Communication of Engaged Scholarship

55 Overall P&T Study: 244 Faculty Successful Promotions 90% of MSU faculty reported at least one outreach and engagement activity on their P&T form. 10% of MSU faculty reported absolutely no outreach and engagement activities at all Overall P&T Study: 244 Faculty Successful Promotions Doberneck, D. M., & Fitzgerald, H. E. (Oct, 2008). Outreach and Engagement in Promotion and Tenure: An Empirical Study Based on Six Years of Faculty Dossiers. Presented at the annual meeting of the International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement. New Orleans, LA.

56 47% across teaching, research & service 27% across two missions 2% across teaching & research 21% across research & service 4% across teaching & service 16%in one mission 3% teaching 4% research 9% service 10% no outreach & engagement Overall P&T Across Mission Doberneck, D. M., & Fitzgerald, H. E. (Oct, 2008). Outreach and Engagement in Promotion and Tenure: An Empirical Study Based on Six Years of Faculty Dossiers. Presented at the annual meeting of the International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement. New Orleans, LA.

57 Credit Instruction 14% Non Credit Instruction 70% Public Understanding 69% Creative Activities 6% Business Industry and Commodity Group Research 30% Non profit, Foundation and Government Research 47% Other Research 39% Technical Assistance and Expert Testimony 56% Patient and Clinical services 8% Other Service 35% Commercialized Activities 13% Percent of Faculty who Reported at Least one O & E Activity Outreach and Engagement by Type Doberneck, D. M., & Fitzgerald, H. E. (Oct, 2008). Outreach and Engagement in Promotion and Tenure: An Empirical Study Based on Six Years of Faculty Dossiers. Presented at the annual meeting of the International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement. New Orleans, LA.

58 Recognition of Exemplary Community Engagement Scholarship

59 Annual UOE CES University Awardees: Presented by the President as the Annual University Awards Convocation 2007 Randi Nevins Staulis, Department of Teacher Education E. Sharon Banks, Lansing School District 2008 Pamela Whitten, Department of Telecommunication, Information Studies, and Media Sally Davis, Marquette General Health System 2009 Janet Swenson, Department of Writing, Rhetoric and American Cultures Red Cedar Writing Project Team, East Lansing 2010 Rachel Fisher, Department of Pediatrics and Human Development The Dream-M Project: Deafness Research and Education across Mid-Michigan 2011 Gretchen L. Birbeck, Department of Neurology and Ophthalmology & Department of Epidemiology Chieftainess Mwenda, Basanje Royal Establishment in Mazabuka, Zambia 2012 Angela Calabrese Barton, Department of Teacher Education Carmen Y. Turner, Boys and Girls Club, Lansing 2013 Daniel R. Gould, Institute for the Study of Youth Sports, Department of Kinesiology Tim Richey and Daniel Varner, Think Detroit Police Athletic League

60 Academic Service Learning and Civic Engagement Award Given biennially to an individual from each of MSU’s 17 colleges who is nominated by the Dean of the College for the individual’s exemplary academic service learning course/program. 51 recipients to date

61 University Outreach and Engagement Senior Fellows Distinguished and Chaired Professors James Detjen Knight Professor of Journalism Nigel Paneth UDP Epidemiology William Schmidt. UDP Counseling, Educational Psychology Professors James AnthonyEpidemiology & Biostatistics, NIH Senior Scientist Ann Austin.Educational Administration James Forger Dean, College of Music Pennie Foster-FishmanPsychology Richard Groop Geography Cynthia StarnesCollege of Law James Lloyd Veterinary Medicine Brian Thompson Mechanical Engineering Francisco Villarruel Human Development & Family Studies Gretchen BirbeckNeurology and Epidemiology Mildred HorodynskiCollege of Nursing Li, ShuguangEnvironmental Engineering

62 INTERNATIONAL SCOPE UNESCO Committee on Community Based Research and Social Responsibility of Higher Education Co-Chairs: Budd Hall, University of Victoria, Canada Rajesh Tandon, PRIA, India Global University Network on Innovation (GUNi), Barcelona

63 Organizations focused on Civic and Community Engagement in North America Campus Compact1985 New England Resource Center for Higher Education1988 Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities1990 Corporation for National and Community Service1993 HBCU Faculty Development Network1994 Community Campus Partnerships for Health1996 Engagement Scholarship Consortium1999 Imagining America: Artists and Scholars in Public Life1999 Canadian Alliance for Community Service Learnng2005 The Talloires Network2005 The Research University Civic Engagement Network (TRUCAN)2005 International Association for Research on Service Learning and Community Engagement 2006 Higher Education Network for Community Engagement2006 The Coalition of Urban Serving Universities2007 Community Based Research Canada2008 Global Alliance on Community Engaged Research2008 The National Co-Ordinating Centre for Public Engagement in Higher Education2008 Transformative Regional Engagement Networks2008 Canadian Society for Community Based Research2013 Adapted from H. E. Fitzgerald & J. Primavera (eds) (2013). Going Public: Civic and Community Engagement. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press.

64 American Journal of Community Psychology Collaborative Anthropologies Community Development Journal (Oxford University Press) Community Works Journal eJournal of Public Affairs Gateways: International Journal of Community Engagement and Research Innovative Higher Education International Journal for Service Learning in Engineering International Journal of Research on Servic-learning and Community Engagement (IASLCE) International Journal of Public Participation Journal for Civic Commitment (Community College National Center for Community Engagement) Journal of Community Engagement and Higher Education (Indiana State University) Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship (University of Alabama) Journal of Community Practice Journal of Deliberative Mechanisms in Science (DEMESCI) Journal of Extension Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement (University of Georgia) Journal of Public Scholarship in Higher Education (Missouri State University) Metropolitan Universities Journal (IUPUI) Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning (University of Michigan) Partnerships: A Journal of Service-Learning & Civic Engagement (University of North Carolina, Greensboro) PRISM: A Journal of Regional Engagement (Eastern Kentucky University) Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action Public: A Journal of Imagining America Reflections: A Journal of Public Rhetoric, Civic Writing, and Service Learning (Syracuse University) Science Education and Civic Engagement: An International Journal Undergraduate Journal of Service Learning and Community-Based Research (Penn State, Berks Campus) Journals Focused on Engagement Scholarship

65 University Outreach and Engagement Laurie Van Egeren, Ph.D. Director, Community Evaluation and Research Collaborative Burton A. Bargerstock, M. A. Director, Communication and Information Technology Director, National Collaborative for the Study of University Engagement Rex LaMore, Ph.D. Director, Center for Community and Economic Development & Center for Regional Economic Innovation Renee Zientek, M. A. Director, Center for Service-Learning and Civic Engagement Sarah J. Swierenga, Ph.D. Director, Usability/Accessibility Research and Consulting Kurt Dewhurst, Ph.D. Director, Arts, Cultural & Economic Initiatives Michael Brand, B. A. Executive Director, Wharton Center for the Performing Arts Bert Goldstein, B. A. Director, Institute for Arts & Creativity Lora Helou, M. A. Director, Michigan State University Museum Susan Sheth, M.A. Director, Gifted and Talented Programs Ruben Martinez, Ph.D. Director, Julian Samora Research Institute Jena Baker Calloway, MPH Director, MSU Detroit Center Hiram E. Fitzgerald, Ph.D. Associate Provost for University Outreach and Engagement Patricia A. Farrell, Ph.D. Assistant Provost for University-Community Partnerships


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