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Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL)

Perren, J., Grove, N., & Thornton, J. (2013). Three empowering curricular innovations for service-learning in ESL programs. TESOL Journal, 4(3). 463-486.

Hodges, A.C. Using Experiential Education to Develop Human Resources for the Nonprofit Community: A Course Study Analysis. Drexel Law Review, 6(1).

Howard, A. (2009). Engaging the city: Civic participation and teaching urban history. Journal of Urban History, 36(1). 42-55.

Vazquez, K. E., & Wright, M. (2018). Making visible the invisible: social justice and inclusion through the collaboration of museums and Spanish community-based learning projects. Dimensions.

Cecka, Dale Margolin, Steven Berenson, Lisa Martin, Karen Pearlman Raab, and Maryann Zavez. 2010. “Empowerment, Innovation, and Service: Law School Programs Provide Access to Justice and Instill a Commitment to Serve.” 48 Family Court Review 672.

Browder, Laura, and Patricia Herrera. 2012. “Civil Rights and Education in Richmond, Virginia: A Documentary Theater Project.” Transformations: The Journal of Inclusive Scholarship and Pedagogy23(1):15-36.

Datta, Monti Narayan. 2014. “Applying Community-based Learning in Teaching and Researching Contemporary Slavery.” Current Undergraduate Research Quarterly 34(3):17-18.

Community-Engaged Research

Browder, L. & Herrera, P. An Archive, Public Participation, and a Performance. Public: A Journal of Imagining America, 1:2.

Hoffman, Jeremy S., Shandas, V., Voelkel, J., Boyer, J.,  Fong, S. S., Harnsberger, G., Lookingbill, T.R., Maurakis, E.G., Sheridan, J. P., Zatcoff, A. (2018, in preparation). Assessing and communicating urban heat island effects and vulnerability using citizen science engagement in Richmond, Virginia, USA. Urban Climate Elsevier Journal.

McConnell, J. E. (2018). 30 tips for excellence in juvenile defense. Virginia Champion, Winter(12).

McConnell, J. E. (2017). Capital sentencing for children in Virginia in the wake of Miller v. Alabama and Montgomery v. Louisiana. Richmond Public Interest Law Review, 21(1). 47-58.

McConnell, J. E., & Ciolfi, A. (Eds.). (2018). Juvenile law and practice in Virginia. Charlottesville, VA: Virginia Continuing Legal Education.

Courtenay, CI., and Lookingbill, TR. (2014). Designing a Regional Trail Network of High Conservation Value Using Principles of Green Infrastructure. Southeastern Geographer 54(3):270-290.

Finley-Brook, M., Williams, T.L., Caron-Sheppard, J.A., and Jaromin, M.K. (2018). Critical Energy Justice in US Natural Gas Infrastructuring. Energy, Research, & Social Science41:176-190.

Key Terms

The CCE recently circulated draft definitions of community-engaged faculty work, and the terms can be reviewed here.