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Title The stewardship of higher education : re-imagining the role of education and wellness on community impact / edited by David M. Callego Perez and Joshua Ode
Published Rotterdam ; Boston : Sense Publishers, [2013]
©2013
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Description 1 online resource (vii, 219 pages)
Contents Re-Imagining Universities as Places for Research and Reform / David M. Callejo Perez and Joshua Ode -- Section I: Analyzing Stewardship and its Impact. The Data That Bind Us: Finding Our Hidden Wholeness in Education / Sebastián R. Díaz -- Re-Imagining Higher Education Funding / Anthony R. Bowrin -- Re-Imaging the Role of Education and Wellness on Community Impact / Courtney Mcanuff and Lisa A. Ambrose -- Taking Their Lives into Their Own Hands: A Commentary on Intrinsic Interest and Other Push and Pull Factors in the College Major Choice Process / Cyprien Lokko -- Section II: Issues of Stewardship in Higher Education. Can Monarchs Make it Through Texas? Liberal Education and Public Health / Susan Albertine -- In Pursuit of "the Good Life" or "the Good Job"? / Kevin Cloninger -- Culturally Relevant Pedagogy and its Implications for Retaining Minority Students in Predominantly White Institutions (PWIS) / Dawn Hinton and Byung-In Seo -- Building Community Capacity to Guide University Stewardship: An Oregon Experiment / Thomas J. Gallagher -- Non Nobis Solum (Not for Ourselves Alone): Individuals with Moderate and Severe Disabilities and What Institutions of Higher Education Can Offer / Dorothy Squatrito Millar --Section III: Personal Narratives of Stewardship. "Aqui Estamos y no nos Vamos": A Critical Counter Story of the Educational Experience of an Undocumented Graduate Dream Activist / Nancy Guarneros -- A College Degree with a Sense of Community / Samantha Danbert and Alicia Flynn -- Higher Education and Community Engagement / Dawn P. Coe and Joshua J. Ode -- Epilogue: Educating for Global Citizenship / Pablo Toral
Summary Understanding the entrepreneurial nature of universities-in particular, the relationship between education and health in relation to development and wellness of communities-this volume provides a description/narration of the efforts in how universities can address their shifting contexts while engaging their communities in social change. In the development of this book, we have explored how reforms in American higher education are impacting the role of universities and their faculty. Contributors were asked to imagine possibilities for research and outreach by providing salient examples of how higher education can lead and change how we view the role of health and education within institutions and society. Each author writes across common themes that address the problems and possibilities of higher education curriculum and projects aligned with the mission of stewardship. The authors highlight interdisciplinary approaches and projects for faculty work, modification of the Teaching-Research-Service expectations, and community initiatives that can emerge from real-life problems (to impact wellbeing) and create rich and deep research possibilities for practitioners to impact both higher education and society. The process and research approaches used by the authors include imagining the community as part of a process of the change and part of what changes, exploring how community change can build on the strengths of local people, and why community organization and advocacy should revolve around social learning and community capacity theories. Given the diversity of topics and approaches, as editors we have tried to honour both the authors' words and style in expressing their opinions to provide a forum for the readers to envision stewardship
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Subject Community and college -- United States.
Universities and colleges -- United States -- Sociological aspects.
Education, Higher -- Aims and objectives -- United States.
Form Electronic book
Author Callejo-Pérez, David M., 1972-
Ode, Joshua
ISBN 9462093687 (electronic bk.)
9789462093683 (electronic bk.)