Diversity and Democracy, Fall, 2016

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Community-Engaged Signature Work

In signature work, through integrative projects lasting at least one semester, students pursue questions that matter both to themselves and to society. This issue of Diversity & Democracy, produced in partnership with the Corella and Bertram F. Bonner Foundation, explores what it means for students to explicitly and intentionally reflect and act on their roles within a community through their signature work.

Table of Contents

By Kathryn Peltier Campbell, Association of American Colleges and Universities

Community-Engaged Signature Work

By Ariane Hoy, Bonner Foundation, and Kathy Wolfe, Association of American Colleges and Universities and Nebraska Wesleyan University

By Dave Roncolato and Ron Cole—both of Allegheny College

Research and Assessment

By Terry Dolson, Bryan Figura, and Sylvia Gale—all of the University of Richmond

By Ashley Finley, Dominican University of California; and Robert Reason, Iowa State University

Campus Practice

By Talmage A. Stanley, Emory & Henry College

By Deborah Smith Arthur and Seanna Kerrigan—both of Portland State University

By Shannon Hoffman, Natasha Main, Anna Manoogian, Dani Plata, Elizabeth Thomas, and Marsha Walton—all of Rhodes College


By Jonathan Franklin, Wofford College

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