Spring Edition: Partnerships: A Journal of Service-Learning and Civic Engagement

The journal is available online here. Readers will find specific examples and programs to encourage democratic engagement that counters the inequalities and culture of fear we witness worldwide. Scholars taking to heart the mission of community engaged scholarship recognize that when students are introduced to community concerns, and provided the opportunity to contribute and even impact program outcomes, the world benefits from having stronger citizens who develop personally and professionally through robust partnerships and collaborations.


·         Stronger when combined: Lessons from an interprofessional, jail-based service-learning project

     Kerry Dunn, Shelley Cohen Konrad      

·         Combining Community-Based Learning and Project-Based Learning: A Qualitative Systemic Analysis of the Experiences and Perceptions of Students and Community Partners

João Alberto Arantes do Amaral           

·         Voices from the Field: A Qualitative Exploration of Community Partners’ Definitions of Service-Learning

      Jaya Davis, Elissa Madden, Courtney Cronley, Krystal Beamon               


·         Deliberative Pedagogy: Teaching and Learning for Democratic Engagement Edited by Timothy J. Shaffer, Nicholas V. Longo,Idit Manosevitch, and Maxine S. Thomas. Michigan State University Press, East Lansing. (2017)
     Cathy Hamilton            

·         Passport to change: Designing academically sound, culturally relevant, short-term, faculty led study abroad programs. Suzan Lee Pasquarelli, Robert A. Cole, and Michael J. Tyson (Eds.). Steering, VA: Stylus Publishing. (2017)

     Etsuko Kinefuchi        

·         Making Research Public in Troubled Times: Pedagogy. Activism, and Critical Obligations. M. Francyne Huckaby. Gorham, ME: Myers Education Press.(2019) 
    Mark Joseph Congdon