Emily Janke

There are 21 included publications by Emily Janke :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Advancing the Discourse at UNCG 2012 462 As we continue to implement plans to support community-engaged scholarship, as one of many forms of scholarship that is honored at UNCG, it is critical that we take time to carefully consider how we go about this work in a way that is truly excellent...
Advocacy-Based Research 2018 48 In this chapter, readers learn about advocacy-based research, a form of participatory action research and community-engaged research. Inclusion, reciprocity, asset-based approaches to research and practice are discussed as foundation concepts. When a...
A Centralized Strategy to Collect Comprehensive Institution-Wide Data from Faculty And Staff About Community Engagement And Public Service 2015 872 “How do I get faculty and staff to record information about their community engagement and public service activities, partnerships, and contributions?” This article describes one institution’s strategies to collect comprehensive community engagement ...
Developing communication repertoire to address conflict in community engagement work 2019 42 Due to their work engaging with diverse people representing varied institutions and community settings and addressing diverse issues and topics, community engagement professionals (CEPs) must serve as boundary spanners (Child & Faulkner, 1998; Janke,...
Disrupting Role Dichotomies 2016 35 Chapter 7 from Publicly Engaged Scholars: Next-Generation Engagement and the Future of Higher Education, 2016, edited by Margaret A. Post, Elaine Ward, Nicholas V. Longo, and John Saltmarsh. Copyright and courtesy of Stylus Publishing.
An Exploration of the Influence of Public Scholarship on Faculty Work 2008 311 The purpose of our study was to explore the effects of engagement on faculty members’ academic work, research, teaching, and service. We found that faculty were more open with their students about how their teaching plans work and do not work; facult...
Honoring the Mosaic of Talents and Stewarding the Standards of High Quality Community-Engaged Scholarship 2014 461 Two years ago we published our first volume with the intent to provide a record of our collective dialogues about community engagement so that we knew where we had been, and where we needed yet to go along this journey. And, we wanted a way to introd...
Increased Community Presence is Not a Proxy for Reciprocity 2013 1155 Community voice, alongside academic voice, is essential to the core community engagement principle of reciprocity—the seeking, recognizing, respecting, and incorporating the knowledge, perspectives, and resources that each partner brings to a collabo...
Institutional characteristics and student civic outcomes 2016 317 Chapter 3.3 from Research on Student Civic Outcomes in Service Learning: Conceptual Frameworks and Methods, Vol. 3, (2017), edited by Julie A. Hatcher, Robert G. Bringle, and Thomas W. Hahn. Copyright and courtesy of Stylus Publishing.
Intense, pervasive and shared faculty dialogue: Generating understanding and identifying “hotspots” in five days 2016 683 Once an institution has chosen to recognize and reward community-engaged scholarship in its university-wide promotion and tenure policy, what are some strategies for aligning unit and department policies as well? This chapter describes the path follo...
Lost in translation: Learning professional roles through the situated curriculum 2008 813 Informed by theories of the academic plan, concurrent curricula, and situated curriculum, this chapter discusses how the content, sequence, and context of teaching assistant preparation programs may unintentionally interfere with research-teaching in...
Next-generation scholars and scholarly communications 2019 37 Pages 210-242 from Building the Field of Higher Education Engagement: Foundational Ideas and Future Directions, 2019, edited by Lorilee R. Sandmann and Diann O. Jones. Copyright and courtesy of Stylus Publishing.
Organizational partnerships in service learning: Advancing theory-based research 2012 44 Chapter 6.3 from Research and Service Learning: Conceptual Frameworks and Assessment, Volume 2B: Communities, Institutions, and Partnerships, 2013, edited by Patti H. Clayton, Robert G. Bringle, and Julie A. Hatcher. Copyright and courtesy of Stylus ...
Outreach and Partnerships: Making the Juice Worth the Squeeze 2018 46 Chapter 8 from The Elective Carnegie Community Engagement Classification: Constructing a Successful Application For First-Time Applicants and Reclassification, 2018, edited by John Saltmarsh and Mathew B. Johnson. Copyright Campus Compact and courtes...
“Rekindle and Recapture the Love”: Establishing System-wide Indicators of Progress in Community Engagement and Economic Development 2014 337 In May 2012, University of North Carolina (UNC) President Tom Ross simultaneously commissioned two task forces to develop indicators that all UNC campuses could use to measure “progress in community engagement and economic development.” The charge to...
Restorative Youth Sports: An Applied Model for Resolving Conflicts and Building Positive Relationships 2018 276 When handled effectively, conflict provides opportunities to strengthen relationships and assist youth in developing peaceful conflict resolution skills. Sport participation is one context in which youth develop skills and encounter conflict. The pur...
Same words, different ideas: Why educators need to make explicit implicit notions of civic engagement 2016 127 At the same time when civic engagement is gaining increased recognition as a key learning competency within many colleges and universities, numerous studies suggest declines in student involvement in communities and political affairs. These differenc...
Scholar-administrators as change agents 2019 50 Flexibility and readiness to change are not necessarily valued or recognized traits in higher education. Yet higher education is in a period of dramatic change, because of rapid change in scholarship and society. With this change in mind, I reflect h...
A space for praxis: Engaging in reflective practice as a scholar-administrator 2019 42 Chapter 2.9 from Practical Wisdom for Conducting Research: Pursuing Quality and Purpose, 2019, edited by Julie A. Hatcher, Robert G. Bringle, and Thomas W. Hahn. Copyright and courtesy of Stylus Publishing.
Transforming Higher Education Through and For Democratic Civic Engagement:A Model for Change 2014 322 Twenty years ago, reflecting on the possibilities for service-learning (SL) to help re-envision higher education, Zlotkowski (1995) considered the question, “Does service-learning have a future?” and concluded “nothing less than a transformation of c...
Using Relational Dialectics to Address Differences in Community-Campus Partnerships 2012 1352 Community and campus partners face inherent differences due to their distinct cultures, assumptions, practices, and constituencies. How partners handle the resulting tensions can impact how well the partnership functions article introduces relational...