Our article “Creating Cohesive Paths to Civic Engagement: Five Approaches to Institutionalizing Civic Engagement,” by Garret S. Batten, Adrienne Falcon, Jan R. Liss, and Arielle del Rosario appears in the eJournal of Public Affairs - Volume 8 Issue 1, Exemplary Scholarship from the 2018 CLDE Meeting: Innovative Civic Engagement Pedagogy.
The article documents many of the lessons learned and insights from our project of the same name, which was part of The Teagle Foundation’s A Larger Vision: Education for Civic and Moral Responsibility initiative and supported by The Teagle Foundation and the Eugene M. Lang Foundation.
The invitation to submit an article came out of our presentation, Creating Cohesive Paths: Five Approaches to Institutionalizing Civic Engagement,” in June at the 2018 Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement (CLDE) Meeting in Anaheim, CA.
Joining Jan Liss on the panel were Project Pericles Program Directors Amel Gorani, Director of the Center for Community and Civic Engagement, Carleton College; Tessa Hicks Peterson, Associate Professor, Urban Studies, Director, Community Engagement Center, Pitzer College; and Ella Turenne, Assistant Dean for Community Engagement, Occidental College.
The CLDE meeting is a project of The American Democracy Project (ADP), The Democracy Commitment (TDC), and Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education (NASPA). Project Pericles is co-sponsor.