Carnegie Foundation Recognizes Ohio State for Community Engagement

Ohio State has earned the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching’s 2015 Community Engagement Classification. The university was recognized for its extensive engagement programming and how its mission, culture, curriculum and resources are structured to support high-impact community engagement.
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Project Shows Troubled Youth that Education is Within Reach

In real life, there’s no such thing as a “get out of jail free” card, such as you find in Monopoly. However, a group of boys — inmates at the Circleville Juvenile Correctional Facility — learned recently that a “get a college education” ticket is well within their reach.
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Call for Proposals: Engagement Scholarship Consortium Conference

Proposals are sought for posters, papers and paper symposia, and workshops that will inform and advance research on and the practice of engaged scholarship and community-university partnerships.
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Preserving Diversity in the Southside Revitalization

In neighborhoods of steep economic and racial diversity, such as Columbus’ Southside, divides between the wealthy and impoverished can cause certain demographics to get pushed elsewhere during times of revitalization.
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