Special Issue: Institutionalizing Community Engagement in Higher Education: The First Wave of Carnegie Classified Institutions Volume 2009 Issue 147 , Pages 1 – 104, Autumn/Fall 2009. Issue Edited by Lorilee R. Sandmann, Courtney H. Thornton, Audrey J. Jaeger. Available online through UNCG library. Click here for the journal contents.
What Determines Faculty Engaged Scholarship? Lori J. Vogelgesang, Nida Denson, Uma M. Jayakumar. The Review of Higher Education, Volume 33, Number 4, Summer 2010, pp. 437-472.
CES4Health.info: Developing of a Mechanism for the Peer Review and Dissemination of Innovative Products of Community-Engaged Scholarship. (2009). Catherine Jordan, Sarena Seifer, Lorilee Sandmann, and Sherril Gelmon. International Journal of Prevention Practice and Research, (1)1, 21-9. Click here to download pdf.
Community Engagement in Research: Frameworks for Education and Peer Review. (2010). Syed Ahmed, Ann-Gel Palermo.American Journal of Public Health.
Adapted from: Office of Leadership and Service-Learning at the University of North Carolina Greensboro. (2011). Articles, books and resources on community-engaged scholarship.
Peer Review Criteria for Assessing Community Engagement in Research Proposals
This table provides a list of criteria suggested for reviewers to be able to review community engagement research proposals effectively. Also included are suggested criteria for reviewer to use in assessing research applications involving community engagement.
Principal investigators may come from an academic institution. Co-investigators may come from an academic institution or a community organization. This table addresses both types of investigators because an effective arrangement is for community engagement research projects to be led by a team of academic and community co-investigators as partners.
Office of Leadership and Service-Learning at the University of North Carolina Greensboro, Initials. (2011). Engaged scholarship in promotion and tenure guidelines.