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ICC Reads Spring 2019 Selection Announced!
January 29 @ 12:00 pm - April 30 @ 1:00 pmFree for ICC partner campuses
Obtaining the Text
Publicly Engaged Scholars: Next-Generation Engagement and the Future of Higher Education (2016) is published by Stylus Publishing, LLC. Registered ICC Reads participants from Campus Compact partner institutions are able to purchase the text at a discounted price via the Stylus Publishing online bookstore.
The spring session of ICC Reads will focus on the topic of the civic purpose of higher education by examining the voices of a new generation of engaged scholars who are committed to the renewal of higher education. These scholars are questioning the existing structures, policies and practices of today’s institutions and presenting new ideas of engagement with the hope of transforming the academy to better align with societal needs. More from the publisher…
Participants will meet virtually each week, on Tuesdays, throughout the spring semester (February – April) to discuss chapters and unpack how they can utilize the concepts presented to inform their own scholarly work.
Spring 2019 Session Dates
All discussion will take place via the Zoom web-conferencing platform. Information will be sent to registered participants prior to each session.
Discussions will take place on the following Tuesdays from 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. (ET) / 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. (CT). Please secure them on your calendar now.
|1/29||· Forward & Preface· Chapter 1: Introducing Next-Generation Engagement|
|2/5||· Part One: The Collaborative Engagement Paradigm· Chapter 2: The Inheritance of Next-Generation Engagement Scholars|
|2/12||· Chapter 3: A Brief History of a Movement: Civic Engagement and American Higher Education|
|2/19||· Chapter 4: Collaborative Engagement: The Future of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education|
|2/26||· No Session – Join us at the Indiana Campus Compact Service Engagement Summit|
|3/5||· Chapter 5: Collaborative Engagement Research and Implications for Institutional Change|
|3/12||· Chapter 6: Legitimacy, Agency, and Inequality: Organization Practices for Full Participation of Community-Engaged Faculty|
|3/19||· Part Two: New Public Scholars· Chapter 7: Disrupting Role Dichotomies|
|3/26||· Chapter 8: Developing a Community-Engaged scholarly Identity· Chapter 9: Paving new Professional Pathways for Community-Engaged Scholarship|
|4/2||· Chapter 10: Critical Commitments to Community and Campus Change|
|4/9||· Chapter 11: Fortunate Accidents and Winding Pathways: The Personal and Professional Spaces of Authenticity· Chapter 12: Next-Generation Engaged Scholars: Stewards of Change|
|4/16||· Part Three: The Future of Engagement· Chapter 13: The Future of the Academy with Students as Colleagues|
|4/23||· Chapter 14: Next-Generation Engagement Scholars in the Neoliberal University|
|4/30||· Chapter 15: Building an Organizational Structure that Fosters Blended Engagement· Afterword: Practice and Theory in the Service of Social Change|