The Engaged Campus: Certificates, Minors, and Majors as the New Community Engagement by D. ButinThe Engaged Campus: Certificates, Minors, and Majors as the New Community Engagement by D. Butin

The Engaged Campus: Certificates, Minors, and Majors as the New Community Engagement

EditorD. Butin, S. Seider

Paperback | July 24, 2012

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The Engaged Campus offers a set of emerging best practices and articulation of critical issues for faculty and administrators committed to developing, strengthening, or expanding majors or minors in community engagement at their respective institutions.
Dan W. Butin is an Associate Professor and Founding Dean of the School of Education at Merrimack College. Scott Seider is an Assistant Professor of Education at Boston University where his research focuses on the civic development of adolescents and emerging adults.
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Title:The Engaged Campus: Certificates, Minors, and Majors as the New Community EngagementFormat:PaperbackDimensions:218 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0.02 inPublished:July 24, 2012Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan USLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230338828

ISBN - 13:9780230338821

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Table of Contents

Foreword; Elizabeth Minnich
Introduction: When Engagement is Not Enough: Building the Next Generation of the Engaged Campus; Dan W. Butin
PART I: ENGAGEMENT IN ACTION
1. Theory Matters: Articulating a Theoretical Framework for Civic Engagement; Tracey Burke, Tara Palmer Smith, and Diane Hirshberg
2. Creating the Culture, Character, and Craft of Engagement; Sandra L. Enos
3. Negotiating the Boundary between the Academy and the Community; Hollyce (Sherry) Giles
4. Contending with Political and Cultural Campus Challenges; Arthur S. Keene and John Reiff
5. Process, Content, and Community Building; Keith Morton
6. The Politics of Engagement; Mary Beth Pudup
7. Measuring the Impact of Community Service Learning; Scott Seider and Sarah Novick
8. Building in Place; Talmage A. Stanley
PART II: REFLECTING ON THE FUTURE OF COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT
9. A New Hull House? The Monumental Challenge of Service-Learning and Community Engagement; Peter Levine
10. Disciplining Higher Education for Democratic Community Engagement; Ariane Hoy, Mathew Johnson, and Robert Hackett
11. De Tocqueville Rediscovered: Community-Based Civic Engagement; Elizabeth L. Hollander

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"All of us who believe in the democratic mission of higher education have been waiting for a book like this for a long, long time. The Engaged Campus thoughtfully and powerfully ushers in the next essential wave of research, scholarship, and practice in community engagement. Tying a brilliant historical account of the theoretical and practical roots of the community engagement movement to reports from key program leaders, critics, and higher education scholars, this book offers refreshing conceptual clarity. The Engaged Campus will undoubtedly be a required companion for all higher education professionals and scholars who hope their twenty-first century institutions will prepare students to be not only workers and wage-earners but also stewards of our democracy." - Joel Westheimer, University Research Chair in Education and Democracy at the University of Ottawa; Founder and Executive Director, Democratic Dialogue (www.DemocraticDialogue.com)"For anyone who thinks service learning and community engagement are no longer relevant in today's era of Occupy Wall Street and Citizens United, anyone who assumes that college campuses have gone moribund, pick up The Engaged Campus and think again. Dan W. Butin and Scott Seider have assembled a battery of engaged scholars to help them report on the latest developments in service and higher education. The result is a must-read for everyone who cares about democratic citizenship, from college students and university faculty to community organizers and civic NGO leaders." - Benjamin R. Barber, Distinguished Senior Fellow, DEMOS; Founder and President, Interdependence Movement (CivWorld at DEMOS); Walt Whitman Professor Emeritus, Rutgers University"Acutely aware of the critical crossroads at which the engaged campus has arrived, Dan W. Butin and Scott Seider urge us to move beyond the community engagement movement into a deeper, more systematic and disciplined endeavor. Their edited collection of essays details an intellectual movement based in authentic, sustained partnerships with the community that benefit both the community and the academy while building new curricular opportunities for students and a highly rigorous field of study. For all who seek to envision and fashion the engaged campus of the twenty-first century, this new collection of essays edited by Butin and Seider will prove to be highly instructive and a invaluable resource." - Katie Flowers, assistant director of the Center for Community Engagement and Service-Learning, Hobart and William Smith Colleges