Cambridge Handbooks In Psychology
Discusses the different ways that individuals - including faculty, administrators, and management in organizations - engage in their communities.
|Titel:||Cambridge Handbooks In Psychology|
|Uitgever:||Cambridge University Press|
|Plaats van publicatie:||03|
|NUR:||Psychologische testen en onderzoek|
|Afmetingen:||179 x 253 x 28|
'This is an outstanding compendium of knowledge and best practices for faculty, administrators, and managers in organizations who want to have impact on their communities through partnership and collaboration. Interdisciplinary in scope and broad in perspective, this is an inspiring read that offers key insights and suggestions for making the most of community and engagement and outreach. It is a must-have resource for everyone who wants to make a difference in their community.' Tammy D. Allen, University of South Florida
Part I. Introduction: Organizational Community Engagement Over Time: 1. The Cambridge Handbook of Organizational Community Engagement and Outreach: introduction, statement of need, and overview of the volume Joseph A. Allen, Roni Reiter-Palmon and Kelly A. Prange; 2. Sustaining community engagement in times of leadership transitions Diann Olszowy Jones and Lorilee R. Sandmann; Part II. University-Community Partnerships: 3. Volunteer program assessment: a university-community partnership Sheridan B. Trent, Kelly A. Prange and Joseph A. Allen; 4. Introducing engaged civic learning: an emerging approach to university-community partnerships Rasheda L. Weaver; 5. Service-learning partnerships in secondary education Rachael Ann Arens; 6. Integrating foreigners into local communities for mutual benefit: chances, challenges, and best practice Fabian Klauke, Annika L. Meinecke, Lena C. Müller-Frommeyer and Simone Kauffeld; 7. A case study on community and identity in a study abroad program Lisa Slattery Walker and Scott T. Fitzgerald; Part III. Disciplinary Outreach: 8. Faculty and students consulting in the community: the Center for Applied Psychological Services Joseph Mroz, Michael Yoerger, Joe Allen and Roni Reiter-Palmon; 9. Discipline specific outreach: client projects through graduate classes and university-based consulting centers Michael B. Hein and Richard G. Moffett, III; 10. Driving workforce readiness: the case for community-based HR initiatives Joseph Jones, Rachael Johnson-Murray, Valerie Streets, Alexander Alonso and Shonna Waters; 11. University educators and disciplinary specialists working together to enhance community outreach and deepen K12 teacher content knowledge Angie Hodge, Cindy York and Janice Rech; Part IV. Interdisciplinary Outreach: 12. The Organizational Science Summer Institute: community outreach to diversify the graduate education pipeline Sabrina L. Speights, Oscar J. Stewart, Enrica N. Ruggs, Steven Rogelberg, Doug Reynold and Shawn Long; 13. Periclean scholars: an interdisciplinary model of civic engagement on college campuses Alexandra M. Dunn, Thomas Arcaro and April Post; 14. University, school district, and service learning community partnerships that work Julie Dierberger, Orentheian Everett, ReNae Kehrberg and Jenna Greene; Part V. Community Leadership: 15. Leading social innovation and community engagement: strategies for picking the right actions Michael D. Mumford, Robert Martin, Samantha Elliott and E. Michelle Todd; 16. Community-based partnership for capacity building: stakeholder engagement through governance and leadership Chelsea R. Willness; 17. 'Make the world a better place': local leadership as a vehicle for personal and community development Dian van Huijstee and Richard Ronay; Part VI. Putting It All Together: 18. Assessing and classifying the institutionalization of community engagement Mathew Johnson and John Saltmarsh; 19. Fostering an integrated culture of community engagement Keristiena S. Dodge, Anthony Starke, Deborah Smith-Howell and Sara Woods; 20. After institutionalization: enacting university-community engagement as a process of change Deborah Romero, Annie Epperson, Elizabeth Gilbert and Christine Marston; 21. Building a university climate to support community-engaged research Valerie Holton, Jennifer Early, Meghan Gough and Tracey Gendron; 22. Putting it all together: an interview with Barbara Holland and final thoughts Joseph A. Allen, Roni Reiter-Palmon, Kelly A. Prange and Barbara A. Holland.
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