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Former Springfield, MO city manager, Greg Burris, discusses a new program that helps connect retirees in volunteer positions throughout communities.

Deliberative Dialogue

Dr. John Theis | The Center for Civic Engagement at Lone Star College

Cops and Crowds

Dr. Darrell Hamlin | Fort Hays State University

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Toward an Innovative Civic Engagement Pedagogy

While campus-community partnerships are common, such engaged scholarship efforts often lead university researchers to community-centered presentations and publications; however, this type of scholarship and especially the venues in which it is often disseminated are of questionable value within the academy’s tenure and promotion process.

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