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Recognizing Commitment to Community: UW-Madison and Carnegie's Engagement Classification
The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching defines community engagement as "the collaboration between institutions of higher education and their larger communities...for the mutually beneficial exchange of ...
The Global University
Join two experts on the internationalization of higher education for a candid discussion about how local communities and regions benefit from the global efforts of their public universities. Topics will include knowledge ...
The Idea of Engagement and the African University in the 21st Century: Some Thoughts
Lesley Le Grange teaches and researches in the fields of environmental education, research methodology, science education, and curriculum and assessment. He is the recipient of three national (South African) awards for ...
Beneficent Beauty: Refining the UW-Madison Campus
Endowed with three and a half miles of lakeshore and more than 300 acres of natural areas preserve, the University of Wisconsin-Madison is a truly spectacular setting for a college campus. Furthermore, the location and ...
Perspectives from the Public: How Wisconsinites View UW-Madison
What do Wisconsinites think about UW-Madison? How do they think it could better serve their communities? Katherine Cramer Walsh spent a year sitting in on informal gatherings and casual conversations in 23 communities ...
Marshalling Resources for Change: System-Level Initiatives to Increase Access and Success
Canada has a highly educated population, and its overall rates of participation in postsecondary education are among the highest in the world. The problem of accessibility in Canadian higher education lies not in the overall ...