National Advisory Panel: Community Engagement Classification

Celestina Castillo
Center for Community Based Learning
Occidental College

Amy Driscoll
Consulting Scholar
The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching

Timothy Eatman
Imagining America
Syracuse University

Tom Ehrlich
Visiting Professor
Graduate School of Education
Stanford University

Matthew Hartley
Professor of Education
Graduate School of Education
University of Pennsylvania

Julie Hatcher
Executive Director
Center for Service and Learning; and Associate Professor, Philanthropic Studies
Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

Barbara Holland
Senior Scholar
Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

Elizabeth Hollander
Senior Fellow
Tisch College of Citizenship and Public Service
Tufts University

Emily Janke
Institute for Community & Economic Engagement
University of North Carolina Greensboro

Lori Moog
Director of Service Learning and Community Outreach
Raritan Valley Community College

William Plater
Chancellor's Professor Emeritus, Executive Vice Chancellor Emeritus Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis

Eugene Rice
Senior Fellow
Association of American Colleges and Universities

Gail Robinson
Senior Advisor
Community College National Center for Community Engagement

John Saltmarsh
New England Resource Center for Higher Education
University of Massachusetts, Boston

Lorilee Sandmann
Department of Life Long Education, Administration, and Policy
University of Georgia

Chanda Smith Baker
President & CEO
Pillsbury United Communities, Minneapolis, MN

Community Engagement Voices

As we seek to enhance [students'] academic success and civic-minded preparedness in a world that is growing more mutually dependent every year, this review process provides clear evidence of how important this city and metropolitan area are to this university and our willingness to share the responsibility and efforts needed for mutual success in the future.

– University Of Houston
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Rethinking and Reframing the Carnegie Classification
Alexander C. McCormick and Chun-Mei Zhao

Carnegie's Community-Engagement Classification: Intentions and Insights (PDF)
Amy Driscoll

Attaining Carnegie's Community-Engagement Classification (PDF)
James J. Zuiches and the NC State Community Engagement Task Force
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