The Engaged Scholar

About

The Faculty Write Program is collaborating with the Forum for Scholars and Publics, the Office of Civic Engagement, and Duke Service-Learning to develop The Engaged Scholar Network at Duke.

This network will explore questions like the following: What kind of engaged research is happening on our campus? Are there opportunities for collaboration? How do we represent our work in our annual reviews and for APT? What would help us advance our scholarship?

The Engaged Scholar Network began with an Engaged Scholar Network Discussion in Fall 2018, and has included an Engaged Scholar Retreat in Fall 2018 and 2019, and The Engaged Scholar Lunch Series in Spring 2019 and 2020, which spotlights faculty whose work includes collaborations outside the academy.  

2019-2020 Featured Scholars

Keisha Bentley-Edwards, Samuel DeBois Cook Center on Social Equity, Assistant Professor, Division of General Medicine

Keval Kaur Khalsa, Professor Dance and Theater Studies, Dance Program

Sarah Wilbur, Assistant Professor of the Practice of Dance, Dance Program

2018-2019 Featured Scholars

Jesse McCoy, James Scott Farrin Senior Lecturing Fellow, Supervising Attorney, Civil Justice Clinic

Theresa Newman, Charles S. Rhyne Clinical Professor of Law, Co-Director, Wrongful Convictions Clinic

Liliana Paredes, Professor of the Practice of Romance Studies

Orin Starn, Professor of Cultural Anthropology and History

Liz Shapiro-Garza, Associate Professor of the Practice of Environmental Policy and Management

Catherine Kastleman, Program Coordinator, Superfund Research Center


Resources 

  • Research University Engaged Scholarship Toolkit, Campus Compact

    The purpose of the toolkit is: To add clarity to the meaning and conceptualization of community-engaged scholarship in a research university context; to provide a rationale for why to do it and resources on how to do it well; to provide tools and assistance for faculty at research universities to document engaged scholarship for reward and promotion (i.e., how to get credit for it); and to provide tools and assistance for enabling the assessment of engaged scholarship (i.e., for faculty reward and promotion).