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Community Engagement in Christian Higher Education: Enacting Institutional Mission for the Public Good

Community Engagement in Christian Higher Education: Enacting Institutional Mission for the Public Good

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Publisher Taylor & Francis Ltd
Year 04/02/2021
Pages 218
Version hardback
Readership level College/higher education
ISBN 9780367620523
Categories Religion: general, Moral & social purpose of education, Higher & further education, tertiary education, Adult education, continuous learning, Teaching of a specific subject
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Originally published as a special issue of Christian Higher Education, this volume showcases diverse forms of community engagement work carried out by faith-based colleges and universities throughout the US. Acknowledging the rise of community engagement as a contemporary expression of a longstanding civic impulse, Community Engagement in Christian Higher Education explores how religious mission and identity animate institutional practice across various forms of Catholic and Protestant Higher Education. Offering perspectives from faculty members, administrators, and community partners at nine different US institutions, chapters highlight effective initiatives that have been actively implemented in rural, urban, and suburban contexts to meet local needs and serve the public good. With a focus on practical community work, the text demonstrates the very concrete ways in which Christian values can inform and foster community engagement. This volume will be of interest to scholar-practitioners, researchers, and academics in the fields of higher education, sociology of education, religious education, and practical theology. More broadly, the text offers important insights for faith leaders and the faculty of faith-based institutions exploring issues of community, identity, and shared purpose.

Community Engagement in Christian Higher Education: Enacting Institutional Mission for the Public Good

Table of contents

Introduction
Doing Justice, Loving Kindness, Walking Humbly: Christian Approaches to Community Engagement


P. Jesse Rine and Sandra Quinones


1. Mission Animation: Christian Higher Education, the Common Good, and Community Engagement


Jessica Mann


2. Re-membering the Mission: Institutional Impacts of an Interdisciplinary Community


Outreach Project


David R. Tillman and Brian K. Foreman


3. Reconciling Structural and Personal Expressions of Justice in Jesuit Education


Bryan W. Sokol, Leah Sweetman, Bobby Wassel, Christopher Franco, and


Tim Huffman


4. Pursuing Social Justice through Place-Based Community Engagement: Cultivating Applied


Creativity, Transdisciplinarity, and Reciprocity in Catholic Higher Education





Brian LaDuca, Charlie Carroll, Adrienne Ausdenmoore, and Justin Keen





5. Community Engagement for Student Faith Development: Service-Learning in the


Pentecostal Tradition


Carolyn Dirksen


6. Becoming People for and with Others: Advancing Social Justice through Interdisciplinary


Study and Service in the Jesuit Tradition





Andrew F. Miller, Ana M. Martinez Aleman, and Meghan T. Sweeney





7. Faith in Action and Community Engagement: Realizing Mission through Immersion


Experiences


Christopher D. Tirres and Melanie C. Schikore


8. What Does it Mean to be an Engaged Institutional Neighbor?: A Self-Study of an


Undergraduate Program in Ministry and Community Engagement


Cassie J. E. H. Trentaz


9. Equipping Students for a "Specific Uprising" Toward Justice: Lessons Learned from a


University Prison Initiative


Todd Cioffi, Andrew F. Haggerty, and Jeffrey P. Bouman


Conclusion
Community Engagement in Christian Higher Education: Purposes and Possibilities


P. Jesse Rine and Sandra Quinones


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