Integrating Community Engagement
Articles & Chapters
- Colleges and Universities. (2002). Stepping Forward as Stewards of Place: A Guide for Leading Public Engagement at State Colleges and Universities. Washington D.C.: AASCU.
- Building Capacity for Community Engagement: Strategic Areas for Advancement at UNCG White Paper written by Emily Janke and Micheline Chalhoub-Deville, April 9, 2009.
- Council on Engagement and Outreach (CEO) Benchmarking Engagement Update – June 10, 2009
- Dunfee, R., & Vaidya, A.K (Eds.). (2015). Operationalizing Stewards of Place: Implementing regional engagement and economic development strategies. Washington, D.C.: American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU).
- Furco, A., Weerts, A., Burton, L., & Kent, K. (2009). Assessment rubric for institutionalizing community engagement in higher education. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota.
- Furco, A. (1999). Self-Assessment Rubric for the Institutionalization of Service-Learning in Higher Education. Service Learning, General, Paper 127.
- Holland, B.A. (1999). Factors and strategies that influence faculty involvement in public service. Journal of Public Service and Outreach, 4 (1), 37-44.
- Howe, C. W., DePasquale, K., Hamshaw, K., & Westdijk, K. (2010). Committing to community engagement: The engaged department initiative in northern New England. New Hampshire and Vermont Campus Compacts.
- Holland, B.A. (2006). Levels of commitment to community engagement. Adapted from Holland, Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 4, 30-41.
- Janke, E.M. (2012). Organizational partnerships in service learning: Advancing theory-based research. In P.H. Clayton, R.G. Bringle, & J.A. Hatcher (Eds.), Research and Service Learning: Conceptual Frameworks and Assessment (pp. 573-598). Sterling, VA: Stylus.
- Kecskes, K. (2013). The engaged department and higher education reform: Research, theory, and transformation of the academic unit. In P. H. Clayton, R. G. Bringle, & J. A. Hatcher, (Eds.). Research on Service Learning: Conceptual Frameworks and Assessment. Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing, pp. 471-504.
- Kecskes, K. (2008). Creating community-engaged departments: Self-assessment rubric for the institutionalization of community engagement in academic departments.
- Kecskes, K. (2006). Engaging departments: Moving faculty culture from private to public, individual to collective focus for the common good. Bolton, MA: Anker Publishing.
- Kezar, A., & Lester, J. (2009). Organizing Higher Education for Collaboration. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
- North Carolina Campus Compact’s Community of Practice, Inquiry, and Learning (COPIL). (2021 ). A primer on the benefits and value of civic and community engagement in higher education. In L. Garvin, P. H. Clayton, J. D. Brazell-Brayboy, K. Medlin, & E. Kohl (Eds. ) , Contributions of civic and community engagement in
higher education series. North Carolina Campus Compact
- Sandmann, L. R., Thornton, C. H., & Jaeger, A. J. (Eds.). (2009). Institutionalizing community engagement in higher education: The first wave of Carnegie classified institutions [Special Issue]. New Directions for Higher Education, 2009(147), 1-104.
- Saltmarsh, J., & Hartley, M. (Eds.). “To serve a larger purpose:” Engagement for democracy and the transformation of higher education. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.
- Saltmarsh, J., O’Meara, K., Sandmann, L., Giles Jr, D., Cowdery, K., Liang, J., & Buglione, S. (2014). Becoming a steward of place: Lessons from AASCU Carnegie Community Engagement Applications. Washington D.C.: American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU).
- Strategies for Creating an Engaged Campus: An Advanced Service-Learning Toolkit for Academic Leaders. Synthesized by Campus Compact.
- This toolkit is designed for college and university presidents, provosts, chief academic officers, and deans, and includes resources for defining the engaged campus, assessing current activities,strategic planning for engagement, faculty development, specific change strategies, measuring and counting civic engagement, and other resources.
- The University of Minnesota has created a collection of tools, including checklists, indicators, benchmarks, rubrics, and matrices for institutionalizing public engagement on a university campus.
- Welch, M., & Saltmarsh, J. (2013). Current practices and infrastructures for campus centers of community engagement. Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement, 17(4), 25-56.
Campus Compact has also curated a list of resources around building engaged departments.
Engaged department/unit program initiatives at other universities include: