Deepening Community Engagement in Higher Education:Forging New Pathways
Deepening Community:Finding Joy Together in Chaotic Times Paul Born
Deepening Community Engagement in Higher Education:Forging New Pathways Community Engagement in Higher Education. 1st ed. 2013
This volume argues for reexamination of the field of community engagement, suggests that the most effective way forward requires rethinking the structures of traditional higher education, and points to the growing emergence of evidence-based best practice
This volume argues for reexamination of the field of community engagement, suggests that the most effective way forward requires rethinking the structures of traditional higher education, and points to the growing emergence of evidence-based best practices that can catalyze a renaissance in community engagement and in higher education. Nicole Saylor, Carson-Newman College, USA Patrick Gruber, Carson-Newman College, USA Ashley Cochrane, Berea College, USA Heather Schill, Berea College, USA Debra Kiliru, Warren Wilson College, USA David Roncolato, Allegheny College, USA Stanley Talmage, Emory and Henry College, USA Travis Proffitt, Loyola University Chicago, USA Robert Hackett, The Bonner Foundation, USA Patrick Donohue, the College Of New Jersey, USA Kelly Behrend, The Bonner Foundation, USA Stephen Darr, Peacework, USA Karin Aguilar-San Juan, Macalester College, USA Paul Schadewald, Macalester College, USA Emily Kane Whitehouse, Bates College, USA Georgia Nigro, Bates College, USA Ellen Alcorn, Bates College, USA Holly Lasagna, Bates College, USA Beth Blissman, Oberlin College, USA Tom Mcgowan, Rhodes College, USA Anthony C. Siracusa, Rhodes College, USA Marshall Welch, Saint Marys College Of California, USA John Saltmarsh, New England Resource Center For Higher Education, Usa Rick Ellis, Washburn University, USA Kristine Hart, Washburn University, USA Abby Kiesa, The Center For Information And Research On Civic Learning And Engagement (Circle), USA
Community shapes our identity, quenches our thirst for belonging, and bolsters our physical, mental, emotional, and economic health. But in the chaos of modern life, community ties have become unraveled, leaving many feeling afraid or alone in the crowd, grasping at shallow substitutes for true community. In this thoughtful and moving book, Paul Born describes the four pillars of deep community: sharing our stories, taking the time to enjoy one another, taking care of one another, and working together for a better world. To show the role each of these plays, he shares his own stories-as a child of refugees and as a longtime community activist. It´s up to us to create community. Born shows that the opportunity is right in front of us if we have the courage and conviction to pursue it. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jon Repp. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/019099de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Deepening Democracy in Uganda:Community Participation and Local Urban Governance Rogers Bariyo
The launch of the Asean Economic Community raises key issues: the deepening of regional trade and the associated problem of exchange rate management. This volume questions the capacity of a shallow institution to deal with complex impacts on employment an
The launch of the ASEAN Economic Community raises key issues: the deepening of regional trade and production sharing, and the associated problem of exchange rate management. This volume questions the capacity of a shallow institution to deal with complex consequences on employment and inclusiveness, creativity and connectivity, and inequality and social cohesion. At a time when broader agreements are competing for regional leadership, contributors debate whether ASEAN can serve as a model of integration or else be diluted in wider Asian and Pacific arrangements. Approaches combine economics, history, geography, and political science to provide a clear understanding of ASEANs potential and weaknesses in technical and non-technical but always readable terms. Bruno Jetin is Researcher at the Research Institute on Contemporary Southeast Asia, Thailand, and Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Brunei. He was previously Associate Professor of Economics at Sorbonne Paris Cité University, France, and Fellow Researcher at the University of Chiang Mai, Thailand. Mia Mikic heads trade policy work in the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific and coordinates ARTNeT. She has also served as Professor of International Economics at the University of Zagreb, Croatia, and as Senior Lecturer at the University of Auckland, New Zealand.
Small Group Qs:600 Eye-Opening Questions for Deepening Community and Exploring Scripture Zondervan/Youth Specialties Laurie Polich