The following is a collection of Southern Miss faculty, staff, and student publications involving community-engaged scholarship.

Community-engaged scholarship is (from Stanton, 2008):

  • Research or creative activity in any field that pairs university scholarly resources with those in the public and private sectors to enrich knowledge, address and help solve critical societal issues, and contribute to the public good.
  • Research focused on civic participation in public life, including participation by engaged scholars, and on the impacts of this work on all constituencies.
  • Research on educating students for civic and community engagement, including what students need to know and be able to do as active, effective citizens of a diverse democracy.
  • Research on advancing civic engagement within and across universities

Community-engaged scholarship involves scholarly investigation of authentic social problems that are identified in collaboration with communities.

Select the "Submit Research" button under Author's Corner to submit your Community Engaged Scholarship to the collection. Choose "Center for Community Engagement from "Affiliated Centers" at bottom of submission.

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Submissions from 2016

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Service-Learning: Overcoming Fears, Connecting with the Hispanic/Latino Community, Laura Guglani

Submissions from 2013

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When Service-Learning Is Not a “Border-crossing” Experience: Outcomes of a Graduate Spanish Online Course, Carmen Carracelas-Juncal

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Relational Dimensions of Service-Learning: Common Ground for Faculty, Students, and Community Partners, Richard L. Conville and Ann M. Kinnell

Submissions from 2009

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Integrating Service-Learning Pedagogy: A Faculty Reflective Process, Carmen Carracelas-Juncal, Jenny Bossaller, and Gallayanee Yaoyuneyong

Submissions from 2008

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Facilitating Postive Trauma in Both Service-Learning and Traditional Classroom Contact Zones, Linda M. Pierce