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Higher Education Exchange 2002

The Higher Education Exchange is an annual journal from the Kettering Foundation that serves as a forum for new ideas and dialogue between scholars and the larger public. Essays explore ways that students, administrators, and faculty can initiate and sustain an ongoing conversation about the public life they share.

The 2002 edition revisits “the conversation about public scholarship.”  Below is an excerpt from the introduction…

While public scholarship, and issues of definition and implementation, are understood by our readers as the focus of this journal, there are additional themes that help to make the conversation richer and more varied. Ways of connecting, ways of knowing, and ways of imagining are also part of the conversation about public scholarship.

– Deborah Witte, Editor of the Higher Education Exchange

…along with the contents of the journal…

Contents of the 2002 Edition

Foreword
Deborah Witte

Public Grieving and Public Thinking
David W. Brown

New Public Scholarship in the Arts and Humanities: An Interview with Julie Ellison
Julie Ellison

Bus Rides and Forks in the Road: The Making of a Public Scholar
David D. Cooper

An Organizing Approach to Teaching
Phillip H. Sandro

Making Social Science Matter By Bent Flyvbjerg
Laura Grattan, Reviewer

Living in the Lap of an Immense Intelligence: Lessons on Public Scholarship from the Field
Douglas Challenger and Joni Doherty

Supporting the Mission of a Land Grant University and Cooperative Extension: Virginia Tech’s NIF Public Policy Institutes
Anne Wolford, Larkin Dudley, and Diane Zahm

Afterword
David Mathews

This edition of the journal is currently available as a free download from the Kettering Foundation website.

Resource Link: http://kettering.org/periodicals/hex-2002/

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