Considerations on the Scholarship of Engagement as an Area of Specialization for Faculty
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At institutions of higher education across the United States, faculty have increasing opportunities to define their research and teaching activities as components of the evolving "scholarship of engagement" field. Using an "interpersonal relationship" framework outlined by Bringle and Hatcher (2002), this article presents some of the challenges inherent in this work from the viewpoint of two faculty members involved in a university–community partnership project. In addition, we suggest how this work can contribute to furthering our knowledge about these emerging collaborations.
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Journal of Social Work Education, v. 42, issue 3, p. 595-606
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Fogel, Sondra J. and Cook, James R., "Considerations on the Scholarship of Engagement as an Area of Specialization for Faculty" (2006). Social Work Faculty Publications. 120.