Diversity and Democracy, Winter, 2015

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Publicly Engaged Scholarship and Teaching

This issue of Diversity & Democracy examines the levers for and barriers to faculty and student participation in publicly engaged scholarship and teaching, particularly in the arts, humanities, and design fields. Published in partnership between AAC&U and Imagining America: Artists and Scholars in Public Life, the issue showcases best practices for advancing publicly engaged scholarship through classroom and community collaborations, tenure and promotion policies, and higher education leadership.

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Publicly Engaged Scholarship and Teaching

By Timothy K. Eatman and Scott J. Peters, Imagining America

By Robert Weisbuch, University of Michigan

By John Saltmarsh, Mark R. Warren, Patricia Krueger-Henney, Lorna Rivera, Richard K. Fleming, Donna Haig Friedman, and Miren Uriarte—all of the University of Massachusetts Boston

Campus and Community Practice

By Melissa Crum, Mosaic Education Network, and Alexandrina Agloro, University of Southern California

By David Hoffman, Craig Berger, and Beverly Bickel—all of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County


By Teresa Mangum, University of Iowa

By Jasmine Torres and George Sanchez, University of Southern California

By Adam Bush, College Unbound, and Sylvia Gale, University of Richmond

What's Next

By Brandon W. Kliewer, Kansas State University and Points of Light, and Shan Mukhtar, Emory University

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