Faculty Engaged Scholarship: Setting Standards and Building Conceptual Clarity Public Deposited

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  • Blanchard, Lynn
    • Affiliation: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • Furco, Andrew
    • Other Affiliation: University of Minnesota
Abstract
  • In this report, we begin with an examination how engaged scholarship is presented in promotion and tenure guidelines using case studies from two public research universities in the United States. From the findings of these case studies, we identify several ways in which academic disciplines frame engaged scholarship. We then apply these disciplinary frames to establish a broader framework designed to build greater conceptual clarity regarding the different approaches and pathways that disciplines take to engaged scholarship. We conclude the report with a look to the future in our efforts to set standards and build greater conceptual clarity of engaged scholarship. While the work is bound within the context of these two institutions, we hope that this report will have implications for broader conversations of engaged scholarship and be useful to other types of institutions in the United States and abroad.
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  • Report
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  • The Academy of Community Engagement Scholarship
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  • 978-0-578-90555-6
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  • English
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