Becoming an Engaged Campus
A Practical Guide for Institutionalizing Public Engagement
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|Format: ||Hardcover, 253 pages|
|Other Information: ||Illustrated|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 01 April 2011|
There is a trend to have universities make a stronger commitment to community engagement. This book offers a how-to resource for campus leaders who want to take a strategic approach to creating change within the university and in relation to the community. It emphasizes what to do to expand community engagement at the university, and explains how to minimize the risks that can accompany this work. The authors provide a clear path to creating an engaged university and institutionalizing change so that it becomes integrated into the fabric of the university.
Table of Contents
Foreword. About the Authors. Introduction. 1 Outreach and Public Engagement: Understanding the Context. 2 The Alignment Process. 3 Aligning the Foundational Elements. 4 Aligning Leadership. 5 Aligning the Organizational Structure. 6 Aligning Faculty and Staff. 7 Aligning Reappointment, Promotion, and Tenure. 8 Aligning for Student Engagement. 9 Aligning Accountability and Reporting Systems. 10 Aligning Communication. 11 Aligning with the Community. 12 Aligning Public Policy. 13 Moving Forward. References. Index.
About the Author
Carole A. Beere retired in 2007 as the first associate provost for outreach and dean of graduate studies at Northern Kentucky University. James C. Votruba is president of Northern Kentucky University. Gail W. Wells is the vice president for academic affairs and provost at Northern Kentucky University.
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