Faculty Fellows Resources
Welcome to the Faculty Fellows resource page. Materials for the 2017 cohort will be listed below in each of the drop down sections. Please read the required readings prior to each session, and we look forward to discussing these topics with you this semester.
All sessions will take place 9 am – 11 am in CUE 512 on the WSU Pullman campus. Sessions are live streamed to designated rooms at WSU Vancouver, WSU Spokane, and WSU Tri-Cities as well.
February 15, 2017 | Session 1: Principles and Practice of Service Learning
Cress, C. M. (2012). Civic Engagement and Student Success: Leveraging Multiple Degrees of Achievement. Diversity & Democracy, 15(3), 2–4.
Howard, J. (Ed.) (2001). Principles of Good Practice for Service-Learning Pedagogy. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning: Service-Learning Course Design Workbook (pp. 16–19). Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan OCSL Press.
Mitchell, T. D. (2008). Traditional vs. Critical Service-Learning: Engaging the Literature to Differentiate Two Models. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 14(2), 50–65.
Saltmarsh, J. (2005). The Civic Promise of Service Learning. Liberal Education, 91(2), 50–55.
Ash, S. L., & Clayton, P. H. (2009). Generating, Deepening, and Documenting Learning: The Power of Critical Reflection in Applied Learning. Journal of Applied Learning in Higher Education, 1, 25–48.
Bringle, R. G., & Hatcher, J. A. (2009). Innovative Practices in Service-Learning and Curricular Engagement. New Directions for Higher Education, (147), 37–46.
Mitchell, T. D. (2015). Using a Critical Service-Learning Approach to Facilitate Civic Identity Development. Theory Into Practice, 54, 20–28.
Saltmarsh, J., Hartley, M., & Clayton, P. (2009). Democratic Engagement White Paper. New England Resource Center for Higher Education (NERCHE), Retrieved from http://repository.upenn.edu/gse_pubs/274.
March 8, 2017 | Session 2: Community Partnerships
CCPH Board of Directors. (2013). Position Statement on Authentic Partnerships. Community-Campus Partnerships for Health. Retrieved February 22,2017 from https://ccph.memberclicks.net/principles-of-partnership.
Petri, A. (2015). Service-Learning from the Perspective of Community Organizations. Journal of Public Scholarship in Higher Education, 5, 93-110.
Sandy, M., & Holland, B. A. (2006). Different Worlds and Common Ground: Community Partner Perspectives on Campus-Community Partnerships. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 13, 30-43.
Jacoby, B. (2015). Developing and Sustaining Campus-Community Partnerships for Service-Learning. In B. Jacoby & J. Howard (Eds.), Service-Learning Essentials: Questions, Answers, and Lessons Learned (pp. 51-79). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
Strand, K., Marullo, S., Cutforth, N., Stoecker, R., & Donohue, P. (2003). Principles of Best Practice for Community-Based Research. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 9, 5-15.
Worrall, L. (2007). Asking the Community: A Case Study of Community Partner Perspectives. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 14, 5-17.
March 29, 2017 | Session 3: Scholarship of Engagement
Boyer, E. L. (1996). The Scholarship of Engagement. Journal of Public Service & Outreach, 1(1), 11–20.
Rice, R. E. (2016). Ernest Boyer's "Scholarship of Engagement" in Retrospect. Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement, 20(1), 29–33.
Weerts, D. J. & Sandmann, L. R. (2010). Community Engagement and Boundary-Spanning Roles at Research Universities. The Journal of Higher Education, 81(6), 632–657.
Jacquez, F. (2014). Demonstrating Impact as a Community-Engaged Scholar within a Research University. Metropolitan Universities Journal, 25(2), 14–26.
Strand, K., Marullo, S., Cutforth, N., Stoecker, R., & Donohue, P. (2003). Principles of Best Practice for Community-Based Research. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 9, 5–15.
April 19, 2017 | Session 4: Outcomes and Impacts
Ash, S. L & Clayton, P. H. (2004). The Articulated Learning: An Approach to Guided Reflection and Assessment. Innovative Higher Education, 29(2): 137–154.
Driscoll, A., Holland, B., Gelmon, S., & Kerrigan, S. (1996). An Assessment Model for Service-Learning: Comprehensive Case Studies of Impact on Faculty, Students, Community, and Institution. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 3: 66–71.
Ash, S. L. & Clayton, P. H. (2009). Generating, Deepening, and Documenting Learning: The Power of Critical Reflection in Applied Learning. Journal of Applied Learning in Higher Education, 1: 25–48.
Bringle, R. G. & Steinberg, K. (2010). Educating for Informed Community Involvement. American Journal of Community Psychology, 46(3–4): 428–441.
Cress, C. M., Burack, C., Giles, D. E., Elkins, J., & Carnes Stevens, M. (2010). A Promising Connection: Increasing College Access and Success through Civic Engagement. Boston, MA: Campus Compact.
Kleinhesselink, K., Schooley, S., Cashman, S., Richmond, A., Ikeda, E., McGinley, P. (Eds.). (2015). Engaged Faculty Institute Curriculum. Seattle, WA: Community-Campus Partnerships for Health.
Matthews, P. H., Dorfman, J. H, & Wu, X. (2015). The Impacts of Undergraduate Service-Learning on Post-Graduation Employment Outcomes. International Journal of Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement, 3(1): 1–16.
O'Meara, K. (2008). Motivation for Faculty Community Engagement: Learning from Exemplars. Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement, 12(1): 7–29.
Service Learning Conferences & Institutes
Below is a selection of conferences and institutes that focus on service learning and civic engagement.
Service Learning Journals
Below is a selection of journals focused on service learning and civic engagement.
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