"This guidebook is intended to help faculty and administrators, and departments and schools, document faculty professional service and outreach, offering detailed examples of work from various universities."
"The author provides an overview of the engaged scholarship dossier context, explains why a focus on documenting engaged scholarship is important, outlines four steps for documenting engaged scholarship in the academic dossier, and lists best practices for faculty members building their engaged scholarship dossiers."
"In 2010, the authors began collaborating with campus teams interested in reforming their institutions' promotion and tenure guidelines in order to define, assess, document, and reward engaged scholarship. ... In this article, the authors begin by sharing the process they use to engage campus teams and individuals in diagnosing what is wrong within the promotion and tenure system, what they want to change, and how to make that change. They share a template for studying and reforming promotion and tenure policies to ensure that they better reward engaged scholarship.
"We share what we know from both research and practice to provide our members with the best tools for building democracy through education and community partnerships. This includes high impact practices for student civic learning and support for the institutional systems, policy, and activities that reinforce that learning and advance the public purposes of higher education. Our coalition is focused on teaching, research, and institutional action in service of the public good."
"The National Inventory for Institutional Infrastructure on Community Engagement (NI3CE, NIIICE) is an institutional assessment tool to map infrastructure of campuses and community engagement centers vis-à-vis different types of institutions who were successful in completing the Carnegie Community Engagement Classification."
The National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity is an independent professional development, training, and mentoring community for faculty members, postdocs, and graduate students. We are 100% dedicated to supporting academics in making successful transitions throughout their careers.
"Sponsored by the Swearer Center at Brown University in partnership with the Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities (CUMU), the annual Ernest A. Lynton Award for the Scholarship of Engagement for Early Career Faculty recognizes a full-time faculty member who is pre-tenure at tenure-granting campuses or early career (i.e., within the first six years) at campuses with long-term contracts,* and who connects their teaching, research and service to community engagement."
"In this Quick-Start Guide, you will find: 1) reasons why community-engaged research can be effective, and why funding agencies are increasingly supportive of strong community-research partnerships; and 2) information you need to know and the questions you need to ask in deciding whether a community-research partnership is right for your research study"
The Library has strong collections on the Bronx. As N.Y.C.'s northernmost borough, the Bronx was the last N.Y.S. county created in 1914. Use links in this guide to access Bronx primary and secondary sources.