Reflections: A Journal of Writing, Service Learning, and Community Literacy
[First paragraph] In her inaugural year (2005), Chancellor Nancy Cantor announced her vision of Syracuse University as a campus that would be deeply engaged with the world, in activities and partnerships with communities that she named "scholarship in action." Recognizing the difficulty of fitting such public or community-engaged scholarship into the traditional framework for defining and evaluating faculty work, she called on the Academic Affairs Committee of the Senate (AAC) to study the issues related to implementing this vision. The Committee responded to this request by undertaking in Spring, 2005 a study of scholarship of action both as a concept and as a set of faculty practices on the Syracuse campus. This white paper reports on what the Committee has learned from this inquiry.
Original Publication Citation
Phelps, L. (2011). Learning about scholarship in action and concept and practice. Retrieved from https://reflectionsjournal.net/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/Louise-Policy-Paper.pdf
Phelps, Louise Wetherbee, "Learning About Scholarship in Action in Concept and Practice" (2010). English Faculty Publications. 87.