Different Institutions, Different Missions: What Does it Mean for the Outreach Scholarship Vision?

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Title: Different Institutions, Different Missions: What Does it Mean for the Outreach Scholarship Vision?
Creators: Church, Roy; Johnson, Melvin N.; Thomas, Ronald
Contributors: Dunning, Art; Holbrook, Karen
Keywords: outreach scholarship
institutional missions
institutional leaders
community partnering
Issue Date: 2006-10-09
Series/Report no.: Outreach Scholarship Conference (6th : 2006 : Ohio State University)
Abstract: October 9, 2006 morning plenary session: Panel of Presidents Plenary Session. Moderator: Karen Holbrook (President, The Ohio State University). Panelists: Roy Church (President, Lorain County Community College), Melvin N. Johnson (President, Tennessee State University), Ronald Thomas (President, University of Puget Sound). Convenor: Art Dunning (Vice President for Public Service and Outreach, The University of Georgia). Abstract: Land-grant universities, community colleges, urban institutions, historically black colleges and universities, and private institutions are connecting their campus work with efforts in the community. Although outreach scholarship varies by mission and objectives of the institution, the role of partnering with the community remains an important factor. This discussion will include institutional leaders from several different types of institutions who will discuss the integration of outreach scholarship with the unique institutional missions they represent. They will discuss the balance and tensions that are created as the integration of outreach scholarship with institution missions is achieved.
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