Partnerships Journal Archive

This is the archive of all issues of Partnerships: A Journal of Service-Learning and Community Engagement (2009-2020).  The Spring 2020 is  also available here.

Click on the link in the volume header to download the articles.

VOLUME 11, NO 1 (2020) Final Issue

From the Editor – Spoma Jovanovic

Articles:

  • Science, Technology and the Nightly News: A Service Learning-Based Approach in Teaching Science Communication to Journalism Students – Tom Hallaq, Samuel Chege Mwangi
  • Leadership Education through Extracurricular Civic Engagement – Rebecca Awuah, Sena Agyepong, Prince Kwarase
  • Community Engagement Beyond the Buzzwords: Student Internalizations of the Land-Grant Mission – Megan Jeanette Myers
  • Envisioning Critical Social Entrepreneurship Education: Possibilities, Questions, and Guiding Commitments – Mark Joseph Congdon Jr., Liliana Herakova

Invited Articles:

  • In celebration of p(P)artnership(s) – Lisa K Keyne
  • An Adventure in Learning about Communication in Partnerships – Rebecca J. Dumlao

Book Reviews:

  • Building the Field of Higher Education Engagement – Spoma Jovanovic
  • Educating Teachers and Tomorrow’s Students Through Service Learning Pedagogy – Tempestt Adams
  • Reconceptualizing Faculty Development in Service – Learning/Community Engagement : Exploring Intersections, Frameworks, and Models of Practice – Candace Chambers
  • Equity Partnerships: A Culturally Proficient Guide to Family, School, and Community Engagement – Erin Lewis

VOLUME 10, NO 1 (2019)

From the Editor – Spoma Jovanovic

Articles:

  • Stronger When Combined: Lessons from an Interprofessional, Jail-Based Service-Learning Project – Kerry Dunn, Shelley Cohen Konrad
  • Combining Community-Based Learning and Project-Based learning: A Qualitative Systemic Analysis of the Experiences and Perceptions of Students and Community Partners – João Alberto Arantes do Amaral Federal University of Sao Paulo
  • Voices from the Field: A Qualitative Exploration of Community Partners’ Definitions of Service-Learning – Jaya Davis, Elissa Madden, Courtney Cronley, Krystal Beamon 

Book Reviews:

  • Deliberative Pedagogy: Teaching and Learning for Democratic Engagement – Cathy Hamilton
  • Passport to Change: Designing Academically Sound, Culturally Relevant, Short-Term, Faculty Led Study Abroad Programs – Etsuko Kinefuchi
  • Making Research Public in Troubled Times: Pedagogy, Activism, and Critical Obligations – Mark J. Congdon, Jr.

VOLUME 9, NO 2 (2018)

From the Editor – Spoma Jovanovic

Articles:

  • Comparing Experiences and Vocational Benefits of Service-Learning and Community Service Volunteering in a Community-Based Exercise Program – Jenelle B. Weidner, Rachael C. Stone, Amy E. Latimer-Cheung, Jennifer R. Tomasone
  • Helping At-Risk Youth to “Think Big”: A Partnership Between a College and Community Agency – Robyn Maitoza
  • A New Alliance for Service Learning and Community Engagement to Cultivate Citizens with an Ecocentric Vision of Justice – Melanie G. Keel, Catherine Wright, Allison Kellar 

Book Reviews:

  • Transformative Civic Engagement Through Community Organizing – Richard Coon, Sean Crossland

VOLUME 9, NO 1 (2018)

From the Editor – Spoma Jovanovic

Articles:

  • Service Learning In A College Nutrition Class: Examination of Elementary School Lunch – Stasinos Stavrianeas
  • Students as Partners in a Service-Learning Program: Speech Pathology Students in Cambodia – Chyrisse Heine
  • Promoting Community Engagement: A Campus-Wide Approach to Applied Learning – Jacquelyn J. Lee, Phillip Tippett, Paul A. Townend, Caroline M. Clements, Jess M. Boersma, Robert Hicks

Essays:

  • Resistance versus Transformation: Exploring the Transformative Potential of High-Impact Service-Learning Experiences – Lisa Jakubowski, Martin McIntosh 

Book Reviews:

  • Language Beyond the Classroom: A Guide to Community-Based Learning for World
    Language Programs –
    Adrian Wurr
  • Knowledge for Social Change: Bacon, Dewey, and the Revolutionary Transformation of Research Universities in the Twenty-First Century – Charles J. Brewer
  • The Community Engagement Professional in Higher Education: A Competency Model for an Emerging Field – Ryan Nilsen, Dane Emmerling, Laura Fieselman

VOLUME 8, NO 2 (2017)

From the Editor – Spoma Jovanovic

Articles:

  • The Neoliberal Starfish Conspiracy – Randy Stoecker
  • “A Truly Inspiring Notion:” A Case-Study of Project-Based Graduate Service-Learning – Marnie Lawler McDonough, Laurie Marks, Leslie Harris
  • Service-Learning in a Public Relations Campaign Class: How Contingency Management Supports Positive Outcomes – George B. Harrison, Emilia Noelle Bak

Book Reviews:

  • Using Action Inquiry in Engaged Research: An Organizing Guide – Hollyce “Sherry” Giles
  • Where’s the Wisdom in Service Learning? – Leslie A. Garvin

VOLUME 8, NO 1 (2017)

From the Editor – Spoma Jovanovic

Articles:

  • Creating Intentional Paths to Citizenship: An Analysis of Participation in Student Organizations –Julianne Gassman, Jennifer M. Beck, Jonathan Klein
  • Developing Compassionate and Socially Responsible Global Citizens Through Interdisciplinary, International Service-Learning – Sara Fry, Aileen Hale, Kelli Soll, Christopher Bower, Adiya Jaffari
  • Bringing Innovation Theory to Practice in a Program Model for Collaborative Knowledge Building: The Curriculum Fellows Program – Laura Barbas-Rhoden, Beate Brunow, Sydnie Mick

Book Reviews:

  • The Political Classroom: Evidence and Ethics in Democratic Education – Vincent Russell
  • Public Participation for 21st Century Democracy – Jeanette Musselwhite
  • Engaged Research and Practice: Higher Education and the Pursuit of the Public Good – Kathleen Edwards

VOLUME 7, NO 2 (2016) 

From the Editor: Spoma Jovanovic

Articles:

  • Host Community Voices and Community Experiences: Tanzanian Perspectives on a Teacher Education International Service-Learning Project – Michelle J. Searle, Marianne A. Larsen
  • Documenting the Community Impact of Service-Learning Coursework: Theoretical and Practical Considerations – Jennifer H. James, Kimberly Logan
  • Exploring the Community Impact of Service-Learning Project Teams – Brent J. Goertzen, Justin Greenleaf, Danielle Dougherty
  • Expanding the Dimensions of Best Practice in CBL – Helen Rosenberg, Debra Karp, Dirk Baldwin

Book Reviews:

  • Engaging in Social Partnerships: Democratic Practices for Campus-Community Partnerships – Stephen Bloch-Schulman
  • Liberating Service Learning and the Rest of Higher Education Civic Engagement –
    Kate Johnson, Brooke Millsaps
  • Publicly Engaged Scholars: Next Generation Engagement and the Future of Higher Education – Gale Greenlee
  • Working Side by Side: Creating Alternative Breaks as Catalysts for Global Learning, Student Leadership, and Social Change – Kristina Snader

VOLUME 7, NO 1 (2016)

From the Editor: Spoma Jovanovic

Articles:

  • The Unrecognized Co-Educator In Academic Service-Learning: Community Partners’ Perspectives On College Students Serving Diverse Client Populations – Alexa N Darby, Frances Ward-Johnson, Tammy Cobb
  • A University-Community Partnership to Combat Food Insecurity among College Students – Kim Buch, Sean Langley, Tamara Johnson, Nakiel Coleman
  • A Case for Community Partnership and Professional Development: A Nine-Week Service-Learning Seminar for Faculty – Noah Borrero, Julie Reed

Book Reviews:

  • Democracy’s Education: Public Work, Citizenship, & the Future of Colleges and Universities – Julia Scatliff O’Grady
  • John Dewey’s Experience and Education – Spoma Jovanovic
  • Higher Education and Community-Based Research: Creating a Global Vision –   Vicki B. Stocking
  • Nonprofit Organizations and Civil Society in the United States – Ruth Hoogland DeHoog

VOLUME 6, NO 3 (2015)

From the Guest EditorsBrandon W. Kliewer, Judith Ramaley

Articles:

  • Rust to Green: Praxis as University-Community Placemaking  – Paula Horrigan
  • Towards Productive Disagreement: Deliberative, Democratic Processes in Community Engagement and Service-Learning – Kathryn Elizabeth Yankura Swacha
  • Collectivizing our Impact: Engaging Departments and Academic Change – Kevin Kecskes
  • Governing Academic Civic Engagement: Lessons and Challenges from Four Engaged Campuses – Jennifer Dugan

 VOLUME 6, NO 2 (2015)

Articles:

  • Community Voices: Integrating Local and International Partnerships Through Storytelling – Nuria Alonso Garcia, Nicholas V. Longo
  • Reflections on Interdisciplinary Teamwork in Service-Learning – Sharon Elizabeth Bowland, Vicki Hines-Martin, Jean Edward, Aqueelah S. Haleem
  • Volunteering as Othering: Understanding a Paradox of Social Distance, Obligation, and Reciprocity – Neriko Doerr

Book Reviews:

  • Teaching Communication Activism: Communication Education for Social Justice – Jenni Simon
  • How High is Up? The Rise, Fall and Redemption of a Sam M. Walton SIFE Fellow – Marybeth Lima

VOLUME 6, NO 1 (2015)

From the Guest Editors:

Teaching Democratic ThinkingStephen Bloch-Schulman, Patricia Rogers, maggie castor

Articles:

  • Community Building in the Classroom: Teaching Democratic Thinking through Practicing Democratic Thinking – Danielle Lake
  • What Kind of Community? An Inquiry into Teaching Practices that Move beyond Exclusion – Stephen Bloch-Schulman, J. F. Humphrey, Spoma Jovanovic, Hollyce “Sherry” Giles, Dan Malotky, Audrey Campbell
  • From Teaching Democratic Thinking to Developing Democratic Civic Identity – Robert Bringle, Patti Clayton, Kathryn E. Bringle
  • Bringing Organizations Back In: Perspectives on Service-Learning, Community Partnership and Democratic Thinking in a Voter Engagement Project – Jennifer Jackman, Tiffany Gayle Chenault, Joy Winkler
  • Service-Learning and the “Real World” of Classroom Politics: A College and High-School  Composition Collaboration – Oren Abeles
  • Rooting the Study of Communication Activism in an Attempted Book Ban – Spoma Jovanovic, Mark Congdon Jr., Crawford Miller, Garrett Richardson
  • ‘The Science of Liberty is Not So Simple’: Teaching Democratic Thinking in Revolutionary France – Adrian O’Connor
  • I Am Not Trying to Be Defiant, I Am Trying to Be Your Partner: How to Help Students Navigate Educational Institutions That Do Not Value Democratic Practice – Stephen Bloch-Schulman, maggie castor
  • Asking Another Question: Democratic Thinking Inside and Outside the Classroom – A Forthcoming Interview with Elizabeth Minnich and Si Kahn – Stephen Bloch-Schulman

VOLUME 5, NO 2 (2014)

From the Editor: Spoma Jovanovic

Articles:

  • Bridging Borders with Mexico: Creative Strategies to Promote Engaged International Service Learning – Julie Whitaker, Mary Elizabeth Bathum
  • Food Insecurity and an Urban American Elementary School: Development of a Community Based Research and Service-Learning Partnership – Carolyn Behrman, Mary Benedetto, Tom Derrig, Barbara Harsh, Elisa Marchione, Leanna Ross, and Michael Vimont
  • Key Elements of Effective Service-Learning Partnerships from the Perspective of Community Partners – Alan Tinkler, Barri Tinkler, Ethan Hausman, and Gabriella Tufo Strouse
  • The Adaptive Cycle As a Lens for Service Learning – Community Engagement Partnerships – Caroline M Berinyuy, Hallie Eilerts, Marguerite McDaniel, Dillon F Chapman, Shirley Pendlebury, Claudia J Ford, Robert J Swap

Essays:

 Rural Service-Learning on the Blue Bus: A Retrospective in Hopes of Advancing Transformative Civic Engagement in Higher Education – Eva Meredith Hagenhofer

VOLUME 5, NO 1 (2014)

From the Editor:

Struggling Together: Collaboration as Ethical Practice – Spoma Jovanovic

Articles:

  • Navigating Service in Untenured Waters: What it Means to be a
    Service-Learning Mentor –
    Mary Beth Schaefer, Tracy J Cannova
  • Improving Partnerships: Applying Lessons Learned to Improve Partnerships
    in Innovative Educational Experiences –
    Laura Hosman
  • Using a Large Scale Service-Learning Project for Shaping Collaborative
    Outcomes and Skills –
    Lori L Britt
  • Collaborative-Based Research in a Service Learning Course: Reconceiving
    Research as Service –
    Tom Mould

Book Reviews:

  • No Citizen Left Behind – Joseph J Frey
  • The Metropolitan Revolution: How Cities and Metros Are Fixing Our Broken
    Politics and Fragile Economy –
    Owen J Furuseth

VOLUME 4, NO 2 (2013)

From the Editor:

Cultivating Open Spaces for Civic Literacy and Advocacy – Spoma Jovanovic

Articles:

  • The Civic Mission of Higher Education at a Time of Democratic Discontent – Peter Levine
  • Reading the Community: Helping Students Learn the Process – Judith Ramaley
  • Public Deliberation and National Issues Forums – William Muse
  • Motivation to Collaborate: Applying Motivation Theory to Community Organizations and Universities Working Together – Alexa N Darby, Frances Ward-Johnson, Gabrielle Newman, Margot Haglund, Tammy Cobb
  • Human Rights in Everyday Life: Partnering Human Rights and Service-Learning/Engaged Scholarship in Local Communities – Julie Shackford-Bradley

Book  Reviews:

  • Building Communities, Not Audiences: The Future of the Arts in the United States – Susan Stinson
  • Building Playgrounds, Engaging Communities: Creating Safe and Happy Places for Children – Cathy H. Hamilton

VOLUME 4, NO 1 (2013)

Articles:

  • The Fatigue of Compassionate Service-Learning: A Qualitative Case Study in Community Psychology – Marco Gemignani
  • Urban Revival and College Writing: Writing to Promote Communities – Miriam Chirico
  • Faculty and Administrative Partnerships: Disciplinary Differences in Perceptions of Civic Engagement and Service-Learning at a Large, Research-Extensive University – Steven G. Buzinski, Paul Dean, Theresa A. Donofrio, Abram Fox, Amanda T. Berger, Lynne P. Heighton, Ali Fuad Selvi, Lenea H. Stocker

Book Review:

  • Collaborative Futures – Adrian J. Wurr
  • Critical Service-Learning as Revolutionary Pedagogy – Hollyce (Sherry) Giles
  • Leadership for a Better World – John W Howard III

VOLUME 3, NO 2 (2012)

Articles:

  • University Students and Local Museums: Developing Effective Partnerships with Oral History – Jane Eva Baxter, Michael Steven Marshall
  • Building Sustainable Campus-Community Partnerships: A Reciprocal-Relationship Model – Eric Malm, Stephen Eberle, James Calamia, Gabriela Prete

Essay:

Transformational Partnerships and Learning: broadening the experiences for a community organization, school and university – Janette Long, Matthew Campbell

VOLUME 3, NO 1 (2012)

Articles:

  • Meeting the Goals of Service Learning in Pharmacy Education through Community Campus Partnerships – Gina Carbonara Baugh, Mary K. Stamatakis
  • Promoting Social Justice through Service-Learning in Urban Teacher Education: The Role of Student Voice – Noah Borrero, Jerusha Conner, Alex Mejia
  • Surpluses and Deficits: How University Partners Perceive University-Community Partnerships at One Ivy League Institution – Alison Klebanoff Cohen

Book Review:

  • Review of The Unheard Voices: Community Organizations and Service Learning -Joseph Berryhill

VOLUME 2, NO 2 (2011)

Articles:

  • Face-to-face: Changing future teachers through direct service learning – Ron Caro, John Quinn
  • Urban Studies, Students, and Communities: An Ideal Partnership A Case Study of Urban Studies Service Learning – Janet Cherrington
  • Moving Into Communities: Developing Cultural Competence with Pre-service Educators through Community Service-Learning Experiences – Heather Coffey
  • The Definition of Community: A Student Perspective – Hunter Link, Taylor McNally, Ariel Sayre, Rachel Schmidt, Robert J. Swap
  • Qualitative Student Responses to Service Learning with Veterans who are Homeless – Lindsay A. Phillips
  • Looking Back Across the Years: Alumni Reflections on a Community Design Service Learning Experience – Leo Christopher Plein
  • Impacting Cultural Trends in Childcare and Older Adult Living Situations through Service Learning in Beijing, China Using An Interdisciplinary Design Approach – Jeanneane Wood-Nartker, Amanda Rink, Autumn Nethercott, Qun Julie Zuo, Dr. Eileen E. Malonebeach, PhD

VOLUME 2, NO 1 (2011)

Articles:

  • Service-learning and Civic Engagement in India – Gail Ann McEachron, Guru Ghosh
  • International Civic Engagement: From Development Studies and Service-Learning, to Miami University-Dominica Partnerships – Thomas Klak, Emma Gaalaas Mullaney
  • Community Impacts of International Service-Learning and Study Abroad: An Analysis of Focus Groups with Program Leaders – Cynthia A. Wood, Sarah Banks, Shari Galiardi, Jennifer Koehn, Kathleen Schroeder
  • Strategies to Mitigate the Negative and Accentuate the Positive Impacts of International Service-Learning on Host Communities – Shari Galiardi, Jenny Koehn
  • International Service-Learning: Ethics in Cross-Cultural Partnerships – Kim Jones, Martin Kamela, Aaron Peeks
  • Using Service-Learning to Educate Students about Stakeholder Involvement – Beth Walter Honadle, Patrick Kennealy

Book Reviews:

  • Creating Our Map: Considering The Future of Service-Learning: New Solutions for Sustaining and Improving Practice – Selena Hilemon
  • Creating Our Identities in Service-Learning and Community Engagement – Susan Harden
  • Civic Engagement in Higher Education: Concepts and Practices – Glenn A. Bowen

VOLUME  1, NO 2 (2010)

Articles:

  • Re-engaging a Pioneer: Robert L. Sigmon and Service-Learning Roots – Robert L Sigmon, Lisa K.  Keyne
  • Communities & Workplaces as Learning Environments: Reflections on a Life’s Theme –  Robert L.  Sigmon
  • Rhetorical Strategies of the Postsecondary Community Service-Learning Movement in Canada – Tania Sona Smith
  • Service-Learning and Social Entrepreneurship: From Strangers to Allies – Angela Lewellyn Jones, Beth Warner, Pamela Kiser
  • Greater than the Sum of its Parts: Formalizing University-Community Partnership – Eric Gass
  • Community Engaged Research: Student and Community Perspectives – Karen Schwartz

Book Review:

Partnerships for Service-Learning: Impacts on Communities and Students – Kylie P. Dotson-Blake

VOLUME 1, NO 1 (Summer 2009)
Articles:

  • Repairing the breech – Harry C. Boyte
  • Partnerships in Service Learning and Civic Engagement – Robert C. Bringle, Patti Clayton, Mary Price
  • Service-Learning in an Adolescent Development Course: Students’ Assessments and Reflections – Cheryl L. Lee

Book Review:

Scholarship for Sustaining Service Learning and Civic Engagement – Rebecca J. Dumlao