ERIC Number: ED417691
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1998
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University-Community Collaborations for the Twenty-First Century: Outreach Scholarship for Youth and Families. Michigan State University Series on Children, Youth, and Families, Vol. 4; Garland Reference Library of Social Science, Vol. 1119.
Lerner, Richard M., Ed.; Simon, Lou Anna K., Ed.
The 22 essays and case studies in this book offer a theoretical and practical guide on outreach programs of colleges and universities. The chapters are: (1) "The New American Outreach University: Challenges and Options" (Richard M. Lerner, Lou Anna K. Simon); (2) "The Land-Grant Idea and the Evolving Outreach University" (James T. Bonnen); (3) Marshaling the Forces of the Land-Grant University To Promote Human Development" (Graham B. Spanier, Mary Beth Crowe); (4) "Toward a New Century of Service: Community Collaborative Programs at Kent State University" (Carol A. Cartwright); "Community Collaboration Programs at Goucher College" (Judy Jolley Mohraz, Carol Weinberg); (6) Outreach for the Twenty-First Century: The Virginia Tech Approach" (Peggy S. Meszaros); (7) "Building University System Collaboration: The Florida Inter-University Center for Child, Family, and Community Studies" (Lionel J. Beaulieu et al.); (8) "Educating the Applied Developmental Psychologist for University-Community Partnerships: The Fordham Model" (Ann Higgins-D'Alesandro et al.); (9) "The Children, Youth, and Family Consortium: A University of Minnesota/Community Partnership" (Martha Farrell Erickson, Richard A. Weinberg); (10) "Challenges of University-Community Outreach to Traditional Research Universities: The University of Pittsburgh" (Robert B. McCall et al.); (11) "Making University and Community Collaborations Work" (Christine M. Todd et al.); (12) "Toward a Scholarship of Relevance: Lessons from a Land Grant University" (Stephen A. Small, Karen Bogenschneider); (13)"Organizational Innovation and the Creation of the New American University: The University of Pennsylvania" (Ira Harkavy); (14) "The Young Spartan Program: A Bridge Between the Ivory Tower and the Community" (Joanne G. Keith et al.); (15) "Promoting the Health of Maryland's Adolescents: Johns Hopkins University" (Cheryl S. Alexander, Madlyn C. Morreale); (16) "Changing the Culture of the University To Engage in Outreach Scholarship" (Mary Brabeck et al.); (17) "Boldness for Our Times: Mobilizing University Expertise To Meet Youth Needs" (Russell G. Mawby); (18) "Furthering Community Youth Development" (Richard J. Sauer); (19) "The Common Pursuits of Modern Philanthropy and the Proposed Outreach University" (Lonnie R. Sherrod); (20) "The Fermilab Program for Science and Mathematics Education for Youth" (Marjorie G. Bardeen, Leon M. Lederman); (21) "'One Foot in the Library and One Foot in the Street': Strategies for Investing in University-Community Collaboration" (Jane Quinn); and (22) "Partnership in Action; The Governor's Clergy Summit in the City of Detroit" (John Engler, Connie Binsfeld); and (22) "Directions for the American Outreach University in the Twenty-First Century" (Richard M. Lerner, Lou Anna K. Simon). (Individual chapters contain references.) (DB)
Descriptors: Colleges, Community Cooperation, Cooperative Programs, Educational Trends, Higher Education, Long Range Planning, Outreach Programs, School Community Programs, Trend Analysis, Universities
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