Inciting the Social Imagination: Education Reseach for the Public Good, M. Christopher Brown II

An Exit With a View, Timothy Eatman

Laying the Groundwork for the TTI Impact Study: Purposes, Values, Concepts, Julie Ellison and Timothy K. Eatman

Arts of Citizenship/ Public Scholarship at the University of Michigan, Imagining America

Striving for Integrated Assesssment- A Work in Progress, Imagining America

What is the Future of Civic Engagement in Higher Education? Next Generation Engagement: Undergraduates, Graduate Students and Early Career Faculty, Cecilia Orphan, Tim Eatman, and Adam Bush

Full Participation: Building the Architecture for Diversity and Community Engagement in Higher Education, Susan Strum, Timothy Eatman, John Saltmarch, and Adam Bush


Pathways and Career Aspirations of Graduate Students and Early Career Publicly Engaged Scholars: A Mixed-method Study, Tim Eatman, Robin Goettel, and Staci Webber

Imagining America- Engaged Scholarship for the Arts, Humanities, and Design, Robin Goettel and Jamie Haft

Civic Professionalism: A New Paradigm for Undergraduate Liberal Arts Education, Imagining America

The Engaged Humanities: Principles and Practices of Public Scholarship and Teaching, Gregory Jay

Assessing the Public and Academic Outcomes of Public Scholarship: Implications for the Engaged Campus, John Saltmarsh

Save As... Knowledge and Transmission in the Age of Digital Technologies, Diana Taylor

Traidtional New Orleans Jazz as a Methaphor for American Life, Dr. Michael White


Transcript of Selected Panelist Remarks from IA’s Plenary on Assessment October 2, 2009, Bruce Burgett, Fluney Hutchinson, Sylvia Gale, Dudley Cocke, and George Sanchez

Notes from Break-out Sessions during IA's Plenary on Assessement, Imagining America

Notes from Break-out Sessions during IA’s Plenary on Assessment October 2, 2009, Imagining America


La Memoria de Nuestra Tierra: Sites of Public Memory, Judith F. Baca

Design in the Public Interest - The Dilemma of Professionalism, Rob Corser

Scholarship in Public: Knowledge Creation and Tenure Policy in the Engaged University, Julie Ellison and Timothy K. Eatman

Culture and Community Development in Higher Education, Arlene Goldbard


Navigating the Past: Brown University the Voyage of the Slave Ship Sally, 1764-65, James T. Campbell


Changing the Story About Higher Education's Public Purposes and Work: Land-Grants, Liberty, and the Little Country Theatre, Scott Peters


Making Value Visible: Excellence in Campus-Community Partnerships in the Arts, Humanities, and Design, Cynthia Koch

Homeland Insecurities: Teaching and the Intercultural Imagination, John Kuo Wei Tchen


The Tangled Web of Diversity and Democracy, George J. Sanchez


Transforming America: The University as Public Good, Nancy Cantor


Harlem: Parable of Promise or Peril, Mary Schmidt Campbell


The End of the Beginning: Report on the First Two Years, Lee C. Bollinger, Ellen McCullough-Lovell, and Robert Weisbuch


Democratic Vistas for the Humanities, Richard J. Franke