References, Research, and Additional Reading
The follow resources have helped to shape UMass Boston's efforts and are excellent resources for advancing the field:
Articles and Reports
Action-oriented research: Strategies for engaged scholarship (November 2005), by S. Small and L. Uttal and in the Journal of Marriage and Family, 67 (4), 936-948.
Anchor institutions as partners in building successful communities and local economies (2009), by Ira Harkavy and in Retooling HUD for a Catalytic Federal Government.
Beyond Boyer: The UniSCOPE Model of scholarship for the 21st Century (2001-02), by Hyman et al., in the Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement, 7 (1&2), 41-65.
Civic and community engagement at UCI: A portrait of faculty and staff participation (2010), by C. Procello et al. from the University of California, Irvine.
Creation of UniSCOPE: A model for rewarding all forms of scholarship (2003), by E. A. Gurgevich, D. Hyman, and T. R. Alter, in Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks, 7 (2), 1-7.
Defining factors of successful university-community collaborations: An exploration of one healthy marriage project (February 2009), by E. L. Carlton et al. and in Family Relations, 58, 28-40.
Engaged scholarship: Reflections and research on the pedagogy of social change (October 2009), by T. Hicks Peterson and in Teaching in Higher Education, 14 (5), 541-552.
Establishing university–community partnerships: Processes and benefits (March 2007), by N. Buys and S. Bursnall, in the Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, 29 (1), 73–86.
From rhetoric to reality: A typology of publically engaged scholarship (2010), by D. M. Doberneck, C. R. Glass, and J. Schweitzer, in Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement, 14 (4), 5-35.
A model for creating engaged land-grant universities: Penn State’s Engagement Ladder Model (2007), by K. R. Aronson and N. Webster and in Innovative Higher Education, 31, 265-277.
New times demand new scholarship: Opportunities and challenges for civic engagement at research universities (2008), by T. K.Stanton and in Education, Citizenship and Social Justice, Vol 3(1) 19–42.
New times demand new scholarship: Research universities and civic engagement – a leadership agenda (2006), by C. M. Gibbons.
A public university as city planner and developer: Experience in the ‘‘Capital of Good Planning’’ (February 2006), by G. Bunnell and C. T. Lawson in Planning, Practice, & Research, 21 (1), 25-43.
Scholarly outreach and engagement reported by successfully tenured faculty at Michigan State University, 2002-2006 (September 2009), by D. M. Doberneck, C. R. Glass, and J. H. Schweitzer.
Scholarship in action: Applied research and community change (2006), by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Office of University Partnerships.
Seven ways of teaching and learning: University-community partnerships at baccalaureate institutions (2004), by S. R. Timmermans and J. P. Bouman, in Journal of Community Practice, 12 (3/4), 89-101.
Town and gown in America: Some historical and institutional issues of the engaged university (2001), by L. Mayfield and in Education for Health, 14 (2), 2001, 231-240.
Town–gown relationships: Exploring university–community engagement from the perspective of community members (2006), by S. D. Bruning, S. McGrewb, and M. Cooper, in Public Relations Review 32, 125–130.
UniSCOPE 2000: A multidimensional model of scholarship for the 21st century (2000) by Hyman et al. and produced by The UniSCOPE Learning Community at University Park, Pa.
Understanding contemporary university-community connections: Context, practice, and challenges (2004), by R. Fisher, M. Fabricant, and L. Simmons, in Journal of Community Practice, 12 (3/4), 13-34.
Global Universities and Urban Development: Case studies and analysis (2008) by W. Wiewel and D. Perry
Partnerships for Smart Growth: university-community collaboration for better public places (2005) by W. Wiewel and G. Knaap
Promise and Betrayal: Universities and the battle for sustainable urban neighborhoods (2005) by J. I. Gilderbloom and R. L. Mullins
The Promise of Partnerships: Tapping into the college as a community asset (2005) by J. Scheibel, E. M. Bowley, and S. Jones.
Student Success in College: Creating conditions that matter (2010) by G. D. Kuh, J. Kinzie, J. H. Schuh, E. J. Whitt
University-Community Partnerships: Universities in civic engagement (2004) by T. Soska and A. K. Johnson Butterfield
The University as Urban Developer (2005) by D. Perry and W. Wiewel
Campus Compact is a national coalition of more than 1,100 college and university presidents—representing some 6 million students—who are committed to fulfilling the civic purposes of higher education. As the only national higher education association dedicated solely to campus-based civic engagement, Campus Compact promotes public and community service that develops students’ citizenship skills, helps campuses forge effective community partnerships, and provides resources and training for faculty seeking to integrate civic and community-based learning into the curriculum.
Coalition of Urban Serving Universities offers a variety of publications intended to advance campus-community partnerships. Please visit: http://www.usucoalition.org/research/ to view resources on “creating a competitive workforce,” “building strong communities,” and “improving the health of a diverse population.”
Community-Campus Partnerships for Health (CCPH) is a nonprofit organization that promotes health (broadly defined) through partnerships between communities and higher educational institutions. Founded in 1996, we are a growing network of over 2,000 communities and campuses across North America and increasingly the world that are collaborating to promote health through service-learning, community-based participatory research, broad-based coalitions and other partnership strategies.
The Corporation for National and Community Service is a federal agency that engages more than five million Americans in service through Senior Corps, AmeriCorps, and Learn and Serve America, and leads President Obama's national call to service initiative, United We Serve.
Metropolitan Universities Journal is a quarterly publication intent on helping your institution stay abreast of cutting-edge topics in higher education. Published by Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) on behalf of the Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities, each themed issue reports in-depth on theoretical and applied aspects affecting colleges and universities. Articles are contributed by top scholars and administrators who bring diverse institutional perspectives to their ideas.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Office of University Partnerships (OUP) facilitates the formation of campus-community partnerships that enable students, faculty, and neighborhood organizations to work together to revitalize the economy, generate jobs, and rebuild healthy communities.