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Volume 15, Number 3, 2012

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Featured Topic
• Civic Engagement and Student Success: Leveraging Multiple Degrees of Achievement
• Linking High-Impact Practices with High-Impact Community Engagement
• The Joy of Learning: The Impact of Civic Engagement on Psychosocial Well-Being
• Advancing and Assessing Civic Learning: New Results from the Diverse Learning Environments Survey
• High-Impact Practices: Promoting Participation for All Students

Perspective
• Toolbox of a Citizen

Campus Practice
• Caring for Our Community: Service Learning in the Nursing Curriculum
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Community Environmental Scholars: Working "Together, for the Planet"
• Pathways to College and Social Justice Leadership: The University Community Collaborative of Philadelphia

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Volume 15, Number 2, 2012

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Featured Topic
• Creative, Humanistic, and Pragmatic: Liberal Education in America
• Full Participation and the Arts, Culture, and Humanities
• The Case for Civic Imagination in Undergraduate Arts Education
• Who Teaches Democracy? The Role of Humanities Councils and Community Colleges

Campus Practice
• Place-Based Reflection as a Foundation for Civic Engagement

• Humanities in the Lab: Rethinking Haitian Studies

• Disrupting Institutional Barriers through Digital Humanities Pedagogy

• Discourse and Democracy

Perspectives
• Realizing Our Potential as Active Citizens
• 
Global Learning through Hip-Hop

• Humanistic Mathematics: An Oxymoron?

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Volume 15, Number 1, 2012

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Featured Topic
• Teaching LBGTQI Issues in Higher Education: An Interdependent Framework
• Applying the Seven Learning Principles to Creating LGBT-Inclusive Classrooms
• Graphing Institutional Change Toward More Inclusive Environments
• Queer's Dual Meanings: Possibilities for Service Learning
• "In Dreams Begins Responsibility": LGBTQ Work in Jesuit Higher Education

Perspectives
• Queer Theory's Relevance to Student Learning

• Breaking the Silence at Spelman College and Beyond

Campus Practice
• Delectable Diversity: Gender and Sexuality Studies in General Education
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Safe Zone Dialogues at the University of Alabama at Birmingham

Research Report
LGBTQ Campus Climate: The Good and the Still Very Bad

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Volume 14, Number 3, 2011

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Featured Topic
• Higher Education for Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement
• Reconfiguring Civic Engagement on Campus
• Civic Literacy across the Curriculum
• The Civic Power of Interfaith Cooperation
• Assessing Civic Mindedness

Perspectives
• Connecting with Community Power

• Educating for Changemaking

Campus Practice
• Supporting Students through Community Connections
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Engaging Diversity in Local and National Forums

Research Report
Fostering Social Change Leadership among Asian American Undergraduates

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Volume 14, Number 2, 2011

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Featured Topic
• Global Learning and Scientific Literacy at the Crossroads
• New Scientific Literacies for an Interdependent World
• Public Health Learning Outcomes for All Undergraduates
• The Prairie Project: Faculty Development for Global Sustainability Education
• Beyond International Competition: Diverse Perspectives and Scientific Discovery

Perspectives
• Henrietta Lacks: Living on across Multiple Disciplines

Campus Practice
• Global Problems as a Framework for Integrated STEM Learning in the First Year
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Sustainable Energy Studies at Connecticut State University

Research Report
Assessment Rubrics for Applied STEM Learning

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Volume 14, Number 1, 2011

About This Issue

Featured Topic
• Education for Personal and Social Responsibility: Applying the Life of the Mind to the Work of the World
• Perspective-Taking as a Tool for Building Democratic Societies
• Encouraging Perspective-Taking among College Students
• Improving Civic Engagement by Assessing Students' Needs
• Ethics and Development in Mali: Civic Engagement in Art, Culture, and Education

Perspectives
• Fatoumata

• Another Kind of College Lesson

Campus Practice
• Institutionalizing Core Values: Diversity, Ethics, and Civic Responsibility in the Curriculum
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Seeking a Good Society at University of the Pacific

Research Report
Business Ethics in Undergraduate Education

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Volume 13, Number 3, 2010

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Featured Topic
• Investing in Education and Equity: Our Nation's Best Future
• Connecting the Dots Between Learning and Resources
• How Higher Education Can Support Working Students
• The Educational Crisis Facing Young Men of Color
• Working with Working-Class Students

Perspectives
• Layered Mentorship as Meaningful Leadership

• Reducing Internship Inequity

Campus Practice
• Resource-Friendly Reform in General Education
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From Service to Science in the Energy-Climate Era

Research Report
How Grade Point Average Correlates to Various Personal Characteristics

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Volume 13, Number 2, 2010

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Featured Topic
• Identity, Liberal Learning, Democracy: Reflections
• Campus Diversity and Ethnic Identity Development
• The Long Road to Truth: Haiti, Identity, and Knowledge in the Global Classroom
• Helping Students Explore Their Privileged Identities
• Exploring Religious Identity through Intergroup Dialogue

Perspectives
• Self-Exploration, Social Justice, and LGBTQ Autobiography

• A Call to Professors with Invisible Disabilities

Campus Practice
• Critical Service Learning as a Tool for Identity Exploration
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Arts and Humanities: For the Common Good

Research Report
Stereotypes, Student Identity, and Academic Success

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Volume 13, Number 1, 2010

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Featured Topic
• The Borders of Opportunity: Immigration and Higher Education
• Teaching Students to Consider Immigration with Empathy
• Extending Our Investments: Higher Education Access for Undocumented Students
• Don't Leave Your Life at the Door: Ntxhais Hmoob of St. Kate's
• Teaching Immigration Through Personal Connections

Perspectives
• Seeing Immigration through a Subjective Lens

• International Migration and Brain Circulation

Campus Practice
• Community Colleges as Critical Gateways for Immigrant Education
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Building Bridges to Higher Education: The American Dream Academy

Research Report
Challenges and Avenues to Success for Immigrant Students

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Volume 12, Number 3, 2009

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Featured Topic
• Teaching Diversity and Democracy across the Disciplines: Who, What, and How
•  Infusing Diversity in the Sciences and Professional Disciplines
• Creating Interdisciplinary and Global Perspectives through Community-Based Research
• Literature, Literacy, and Multiculturalism in the Expanded Classroom
• Diversity Content as a Gateway to Deeper Learning
• Preparing Globally Competitive, Collaborative, and Compassionate Students

Perspectives
• Education in a Mash-up Culture

Campus Practice
• Envisioning Interdisciplinarity
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Global Design Studio

Research Report
Surveys Suggest Positive Trends Related to Diversity and Civic Education

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Volume 12, Number 2, 2009


About This Issue

Featured Topic
Rethinking Educational Practices to Make Excellence Inclusive
Outcomes of High-Impact Educational Practices: A Literature Review
The First Year at LaGuardia Community College
• The Ralph Bunche Societies: Broadening Horizons, Expanding Opportunities
• Educational Practices that Foster Intercultural Competence

Perspectives
• First-Year Learning Communities: A Student’s Experience
• Reframing Diversity as an Institutional Capacity

Campus Practice
Creating Change: Arts, Activism, and the Academy
Service Learning and Learning Communities: Promising Pedagogies

Research Report
Recent Research on Best Practices for Supporting College Access and Success

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Volume 12, Number 1, 2009


About This Issue

Featured Topic
Assessing Higher Education’s Advancement Toward a New Vision of Society
Evaluating Intergroup Dialogue: Engaging Diversity for Personal and Social Responsibility
Designing a Model for International Learning Assessment
• Another Inconvenient Truth: Capturing Campus Climate and Its Consequences
• Building Knowledge, Growing Capacity: Global Learning Courses Show Promise

Perspectives
• Using Assessment to Guide and Revitalize Diversity Instruction
• Bitácora: Assessment as Conversation

Campus Practice
Deliberative Democracy and Intercultural Dialogue: An International Agenda
Engaged Scholarship and Faculty Rewards: A National Conversation

Research Report
Recent Research on Advancing an Equity Agenda through Institutional Change

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Volume 11, Number 3, 2008


About This Issue

Featured Topic
Class on Campus: Breaking the Silence Surrounding Socioeconomics
Don't Lose Your Working-Class Students
Raising Awareness of Class Privilege Among Students
• Stratified Learning: Responding to the Class System of Higher Education
• Race and Class: Taking Action at the Intersections

Perspectives
• Class, at Vanderbilt? Breaking the Silence at an Elite Institution
• Engaging with Contradiction by Engaging with Community

Campus Practice
Finding Context: Teaching About Class through Local History
Understanding Socioeconomic Difference: Studies in Poverty and Human Capability

Research Report
Recent Research on Socioeconomic Status and Higher Education

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Volume 11, Number 2, 2008


About This Issue

Featured Topic
Civic Identity: Locating Self in Community
Socks, Trains, and Wheelchairs: Service Learning as the Vehicle for Teaching Diversity
Partnership in Teaching and Learning: Combining Critical Pedagogy with Civic Engagement and Diversity
• Intercultural Experiential Learning for the Engaged Global Citizen
• Promoting Inclusive Access and Success through Community Engagement

Perspectives
• Barriers to Civic Engagement for Undocumented Students
• A Citizen within the Global Community

Campus Practice
A City Learns its Civil Rights History while a University Learns New Ways to Engage Students
Borders and Boundaries: Human Rights and Social Justice in a Transnational Context

Research Report
Advancing an Equity Agenda through Institutional Change

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Volume 11, Number 1, 2008


About This Issue

Featured Topic
Religious Diversity and the Making of Meaning: Implications for the Classroom
Educating Ourselves Into Coexistence
Religious Diversity: Challenges and Opportunities in the College Classroom
• Beyond Spirituality: A New Framework for Educators
• Speaking of Religion: Facilitating Difficult Dialogues

Perspectives
• Finding Theological Support for Religious Diversity
• Que(e)rying Religion

Campus Practice
Campus Conversations: Modeling a Diverse Democracy through Deliberative Polling
Promoting Multicultural Excellence in the Academy: A National Summer Institute

Research Report
The Study of Religion in the United States

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Volume 10, Number 3, 2007


About This Issue

Featured Topic
Civic Learning in a Diverse Democracy: Education for Shared Futures
Exploring Global Connections: Dismantling the International/Multicultural Divide
Art and Social Action in Cambodia: Transforming Students into World Citizens
Deconstructing the American Dream through Global Learning
Africana Philosophy: Globalizing the Diversity Curriculum

Campus Practice
The Catalyst Trip: A Journey of Transformation
Recommitting and Re-Energizing Community Engagement in Post-Disaster New Orleans

Perspectives
Indigenous Peoples' Issues as Global Education: Theory and Activism in the Classroom
Improving Opportunities for Latino/a Students through Civic Engagement

Research Report
Advancing Cultural Literacy in the Core Curriculum

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