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Higher Education Exchange 2010

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 2010 edition focuses on “centers for public life.”  Below is an excerpt from the introduction… As noted in previous issues of the Exchange, one of Kettering’s most surprising discoveries has been the emergence of campus centers that are bringing […] (continue)

Higher Education Exchange 2008

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 2008 edition focuses on “community-university partnerships.”  Below is an excerpt from the introduction… Which way do you say it? University-community partnerships? Or community-university partnerships? Does it really matter, or is it just semantics? I never used to think it mattered until […] (continue)

Higher Education Exchange 2009

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 2009 edition focuses on “the relationship between higher education and citizens.”  Below is an excerpt from the introduction… Often times in the course of our research, Kettering encounters a public that most professionals in higher education don’t see. It has been […] (continue)

Kettering Review Winter 2007

The Kettering Review is a journal of ideas and activities dedicated to improving the quality of public life in the American democracy. Published by the Kettering Foundation, each issue addresses a single theme, including including the changing roles of the citizen, the press, public leadership, and public opinion. Contributors include a diverse group of American and international educators, historians, philosophers, and social and political scientists. The Review is edited by Robert Kingston and Noëlle McAfee. The Winter 2007 edition celebrates “the theory and practice of public deliberation.”  Below […] (continue)

Kettering Review Spring 2006

The Kettering Review is a journal of ideas and activities dedicated to improving the quality of public life in the American democracy. Published by the Kettering Foundation, each issue addresses a single theme, including including the changing roles of the citizen, the press, public leadership, and public opinion. Contributors include a diverse group of American and international educators, historians, philosophers, and social and political scientists. The Review is edited by Robert Kingston and Noëlle McAfee. The Spring 2006 edition celebrates “the theory and practice of public deliberation.”  Below […] (continue)

Higher Education Exchange 2007

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 2007 edition focuses on “growing public scholars.”  Below is an excerpt from the introduction… When I begin work on an issue of the Higher Education Exchange, I often don’t know where the issue will end up. I hope that doesn’t come […] (continue)

Higher Education Exchange 2006

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 2006 edition focuses on “the civic mission of higher education.”  Below is an excerpt from the introduction… For more than 25 years now, the work of the Kettering Foundation has been focused on democracy. One premise of this work that […] (continue)

Higher Education Exchange 2005

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 2005 edition focuses on “public scholarship.”  Below is an excerpt from the introduction… think part of the answer to the question of why scholars write for us is contained in the essays in this volume. Every one of the scholars […] (continue)

Higher Education Exchange 2004

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 2004 edition celebrates the tenth anniversary of the journal. Below is an excerpt from the introduction… We’re celebrating! This issue of the Higher Education Exchange marks the tenth anniversary of the journal. I vividly remember when I turned ten; the magic of […] (continue)

Higher Education Exchange 2003

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 2003 edition asks “what is higher education’s obligation to democracy?”  Below is an excerpt from the introduction… What is higher education’s obligation to democracy? For some time, this has been a driving question behind Kettering’s work in higher education. Through this […] (continue)

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