University-Community Partnerships: Universities in Civic Engagement

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2005-07-06
  • Publisher: Routledge

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Examine how your university can help solve the complex problems of your community Community Outreach Partnership Centers (COPC) sponsored by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) have identified civic engagement and community partnership as critical themes for higher education. This unique book addresses past, present, and future models of university-community partnerships, COPC programs, wide-ranging social work partnerships that involve teaching, research, and social change, and innovative methods in the processes of civic engagement. The text recognizes the many professions, schools, and higher education institutions that contribute to advancing civic engagement through university-community partnerships. One important contribution this book makes to the literature of civic engagement is that it is the first publication that significantly highlights partnership contributions from schools of social work, which are rediscovering their community roots through these initiatives. University-Community Partnerships: Universities in Civic Engagement documents how universities are involved in creative individual, faculty, and program partnerships that help link campus and community-partnerships that are vital for teaching, research, and practice. Academics and practitioners discuss outreach initiatives, methods of engagement (with an emphasis on community organization), service learning and other teaching/learning methods, research models, participatory research, and high-engagement” techniques used in university-community partnerships. The book includes case studies, historical studies, policy analysis, program evaluation, and curriculum development. University-Community Partnerships: Universities in Civic Engagement examines: the increasing civic engagement of institutions of higher education civic engagement projects involving urban nonprofit community-based organizations and neighborhood associations the developmental stages of a COPC partnership problems faced in evaluating COPC programs civic engagement based on teaching and learning how pre-tenure faculty can meet research, teaching, and service requirements through university-community partnerships developing an MSW program structured around a single concentration of community partnership how class, race, and organizational differences are barriers to equality in the civic engagement process University-Community Partnerships: Universities in Civic Engagement is one of the few available academic resources to address the importance of social work involvement in COPC programs. Social work educators, students, and practitioners, community organizers, urban planners, and anyone working in community development will find it invaluable in proving guidance for community problem solving, and creating opportunities for faculty, students, and community residents to learn from one another.

Table of Contents

Preface xv
Armand Carriere
University-Community Partnerships: An Introduction 1(12)
Alice K. Johnson Butterfield, PhD
Tracy M. Soska, MSW
Understanding Contemporary University-Community Connections: Context, Practice, and Challenges
Robert Fisher, PhD
Michael Fabricant, PhD
Louise Simmons, PhD
University Civic Engagement with Community-Based Organizations: Dispersed or Coordinated Models?
Elizabeth A. Mulroy, PhD
Connecting a University to a Distant Neighborhood: Three Stages of Learning and Adaptation
Margaret Bourdeaux Arbuckle, PhD
Ruth Hoogland DeHoog, PhD
The Role of Evaluation in Developing Community-Based Interventions: A COPC Project
Sondra SeungJa Doe, PhD
Daniel Lowery, PhD
Seven Ways of Teaching and Learning: University-Community Partnerships at Baccalaureate Institutions
Steven R. Timmermans, PhD
Jeffrey P. Bowman, PhD
University-Community Partnership Centers: An Important Link for Social Work Education
Mary E. Rogge, MSW, PhD
Cynthia J. Rocha, MSW, PhD
Community Partnerships: An Innovative Model of Social Work Education and Practice
Mindy R. Wertheimer, PhD
Elizabeth L. Beck, PhD
Fred Brooks, PhD
James L. Wolk, PhD
The Collaborative Research Education Partnership: Community, Faculty, and Student Partnerships in Practice Evaluation
Marla Berg-Weger, PhD, LCSW
Susan S. Tebb, PhD, LCSW
Cynthia A. Loveland Cook, PhD, RN, ACSW
Mary Beth Gallagher, PhD
Barbara Flory, LCSW
Ashley Cruce, MA, MSW
A University-Community Partnership to Change Public Policy: Pre-Conditions and Processes
Boni Kaufman, PhD
Partnerships and Processes of Engagement: Working as Consultants in the US and UK
Jeremy Kearney, MSc, CQSW
Denys M. Candy, MSW
Community and University Participation in Disaster-Relief Recovery: An Example from Eastern North Carolina
Stephanie Farquhar, PhD
Noelle Dobson, MPH
Addressing Barriers to University-Community Collaboration: Organizing by Experts or Organizing the Experts?
Donna J. Cherry, MSW
Jon Shefner, PhD
Engaged Research in Higher Education and Civic Responsibility Reconsidered: A Reflective Essay
David P. Moxley, PhD
Confluence: An Afterword
Tracy M. Soska, MSW
Alice K Johnson Butterfield, PhD
Index 249

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