Our research agenda is continually being informed and shaped by our practice, scholarship, and relationships; it is not fixed. At present, our work is broadly encompassed by the following two areas of praxis.
- Interpersonal, Intergroup, and Intra-organizational, and Cross-sector Partnerships
- Partnership Identity Development Within Teams
- Restorative Practices and Conflict Transformation
Interpersonal, Intergroup, and Intra-organizational, and Cross-sector Partnership
- Dostilio, L. D., Harrison, B., Brackmann, S. M., Kliewer, B. W., Edwards, K. E., & Clayton, P. H. (2012). Reciprocity: Saying what we mean and meaning what we say. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 19(1), 17-32.
- Janke, E. M. (2012). Organizational partnerships in service learning: Advancing theory-based research. In P. H. Clayton, R. G. Bringle, and J. A. Hatcher (Eds.) Research and Service Learning: Conceptual Frameworks and Assessment (Chapter 6.3). Sterling, VA: Stylus.
- Janke, E. M. (2013). Community participation is not a proxy for reciprocity. eJournal of Public Affairs, (2)2. Missouri State University.
Partnership Identity Development Within Teams
- Janke, E. M. (2009). Defining characteristics of partnership identity in faculty-community partnerships. In. B. Moely, S. Billig, & B. Holland (Eds.). Creating our identities in service-learning and community engagement. (pp. 75-101). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
Restorative Practices and Conflict Transformation
- Hemphill, M., Janke, E., Santos, F., & Gordon, B. (in press). Understanding issues of conflict and harm in the context of restorative school physical education. Journal of Teaching in Physical Education.
- Janke, E. M., & Dumlao, R. (2019). Developing communication repertoire to address conflict in community engagement work. Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement, 21(3), 35-56.
- Hemphill, M., Janke, E., Gordon, B., & Farrar, H. (2018). Restorative youth sports: An applied model for resolving conflicts and building positive relationships. Journal of Youth Development (13)3, 76-96. DOI 10.5195/jyd.2018.60.
- Riemer, L., Schmitz, C., Janke, E., Askerov, A., Strahl, B., & Matyók, T. (2015). Transformative Change. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.
- Dumlao, R., & Janke, E. M. (2012). Relational dialectics: Understanding and managing challenging dynamics in campus-community partnerships. Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement, 16(2): 79-103
Defining Community Engagement in University Work
- Janke, E. M., Bulls, J., Demo, D., Hooper, C., & Rinker, J. (2020). A decade of building the School of Health and Human Sciences as a community-engaged school at the University of North Carolina Greensboro. eJournal of Public Affairs(8)3, 36-52.
Strategic Planning for Community Engagement within Higher Education Institutions & Associations
- Saltmarsh, J, Janke, E., & Clayton, P. (2015). Transforming higher education through and for democratic civic engagement: A model for change. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning(22)1.
Tracking and Measuring Institutional Landscapes of Community Engagement
- Janke, E. M. & Medlin, K.B. (2015). A centralized strategy to collect comprehensive institution-wide data from faculty and staff about community engagement and public service. Metropolitan Journal(26)2, 125-146.
Community-Engaged Pedagogy and Methodology
- Hartlep, N., Lake, D., Purcell, J., Bush, A., Perry, L., Fleck, B., Kliewer, B., Janke, E., Markham, P., Orphan, C., & Saltmarsh, J. (2019). Toward an innovative civic engagement pedagogy. eJournal of Public Affairs(8)1.
Building Capacity for Community Engagement at UNCG
- Janke, E., Morrison, S., Brooks, D., Carlin, A., Dixon, C., Nichols, T., Parsons, A., Stamp, K., and Weaver, G. (January 26, 2021). Overview of Community Engagement and the Effect of COVID-19 as it Relates to Writing a COVID Context Statement. Institute for Community and Economic Engagement, University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
- Janke, E., Morrison, S., Brooks, D., Carlin, A., Dixon, C., Nichols, T., Parsons, A., Stamp, K., and Weaver, G (January 26, 2021). Writing Your COVID Context Statement: A Worksheet for Examining and Articulating the Effects of COVID-19 on Faculty Academic Work Roles. Institute for Community and Economic Engagement, University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
- Janke, E. M., & Medlin, K. B. (2017). Aligning Community and University Strengths and Priorities. Excellence in Community Engagement & Community-Engaged Scholarship. (Vol. 3), University of North Carolina at Greensboro: Institute for Community and Economic Engagement.
- Janke, E. M., Medlin, K. B, and Holland, B. A. (2014). Honoring the Mosaic of Talents and Stewarding the Standards of High Quality Community-Engaged Scholarship. Excellence in Community Engagement & Community-Engaged Scholarship. (Vol. 2), University of North Carolina at Greensboro: Institute for Community and Economic Engagement.
- Janke, E. M., & Clayton, P. H. (2012). Excellence in Community Engagement and Community-Engaged Scholarship: Advancing the Discourse at UNCG (Vol. 1). Greensboro, NC: University of North Carolina at Greensboro.’
- Terms, definitions and discussions
- Honoring community-engaged scholarship in P&T
- Aligning community and university strengths and priorities