Featured P&T Resources
See our Publications and Reports page for P&T Resources developed by UNCG!
- Research University Engaged Scholarship Toolkit
- This Toolkit, developed by TRUCEN, has four purposes: (1) To add clarity to the meaning and conceptualization of community-engaged scholarship in a research university context; (2) To provide a rationale for why to do it and resources on how to do it well; (3) To provide tools and assistance for faculty at research universities to document engaged scholarship for reward and promotion (i.e., how to get credit for it); and (4) To provide tools and assistance for enabling the assessment of engaged scholarship (i.e., for faculty reward and promotion).
- Calleson D, Kauper-Brown J, Seifer SD. Community-Engaged Scholarship Toolkit. Seattle: Community-Campus Partnerships for Health, 2005.
- The goal of this toolkit is to provide health professional faculty with a set of tools to carefully plan and document their community-engaged scholarship and produce strong portfolios for promotion and tenure.
- CES4Health.info: Developing of a Mechanism for the Peer Review and Dissemination of Innovative Products of Community-Engaged Scholarship. (2009). Catherine Jordan, Sarena Seifer, Lorilee Sandmann, and Sherril Gelmon. International Journal of Prevention Practice and Research, (1)1, 21-9.
- CCPH Database of Faculty Mentors and Portfolio Reviewers
- The Community-Campus Partnerships for Health Online Database of Faculty Mentors and Portfolio Reviewers is a resource for community-engaged faculty who are searching for faculty mentors, and a resource for deans, department chairs and others who are searching for external experts to review portfolios of community-engaged faculty who are being considered for promotion and/or tenure.
- Ellison, J., and T. K. Eatman. 2008. Scholarship in Public: Knowledge Creation and Tenure Policy in the Engaged University. Syracuse, NY: Imagining America.
- “Getting the Word Out” – PowerPoint given by Tim Bucknall, UNCG, for the Brown Bag Lunch Series Nov. 10, 2009
- Peer Review Criteria for Assessing Community Engagement in Research Proposals (see also Community Engagement Framework for Development of Education/Training for Researchers).
- This table provides a list of criteria suggested for reviewers to be able to review community engagement research proposals effectively. Also included are suggested criteria for reviewer to use in assessing research applications involving community engagement.
- Rewarding Community-Engaged Scholarship: Transforming University Policies and Practices.
- A Canadian partnership comprised of eight universities and an international organization that have pledged to work together to change university culture, policies and practices in order to recognize and reward CES. The overarching goal is to realize the potential of universities to improve the quality of life for all Canadians through CES.
- Sandmann, L.R. (2009). Second generation: Community engagement promotion and tenure issues and challenges. In J. Strait, & M. Lima (Eds.), The future of service learning: New solutions for sustaining and improving practice (pp. 67-89). Sterling, VA: Stylus
- UNCG Definition of Community Engagement in Promotion & Tenure Guidelines, Portfolios, and Reviews
- Although each discipline, department, School and College will articulate the meaning and significance of community engagement and community-engaged scholarship based on its individual paradigms, policies, and practices, these efforts can be supported by a literature base of core principles and definitions. This document provides suggested language that integrates UNCG discussions and policy with scholarly literature and national conversations to address how community engagement may be achieved through the scholarly activities of research, creative activity, teaching, and service – and, how it may be defined within unit- and department-level promotion and tenure evaluation guidelines, non-tenure track faculty guidelines, faculty annual reports, unit mission statements, and other documents and policies. In particular the linked document addresses the questions: “what is community engagement?” and “How are high quality community-engaged research, creative activity, teaching, and service are distinct from community service or outreach)?