Peer Review, Fall 2017

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Civic Learning in the Major by Design

Educating students to be responsible, informed, and engaged citizens in their workplaces and the larger community should be an expected goal for every major. Supported by a grant from the Endeavor Foundation, this issue of Peer Review highlights different departmental and disciplinary designs that incorporate learning for civic and social responsibility into the requirements and pedagogy of a student’s major and specialized programs that integrate civic learning and social responsibility as an outcome for all their majors.

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From the Editor

Shelley Johnson Carey


Caryn McTighe Musil, AAC&U


Margaret M. Mulrooney, Melody K. Eaton, and Lisa E. McGuire, all of James Madison University

Seth Moglen, Dawn Keetley, and Kate Crassons, all of Lehigh University

Cindy Koenig Richards, Willamette University

Jon Shefner, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Dexter B. Gordon, Grace Livingston, Renee Simms, all of University of Puget Sound

Cynthia Maguire, Nasrin Mirsaleh-Kohan, and Richard D. Sheardy, all of Texas Woman’s University

Nicholas Longo, Providence College, and Monica Fitzgerald and Shawny Anderson, both of Saint Mary’s College of California

Reality Check

Tania D. Mitchell, University of Minnesota

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