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Journal of College & Character
This article articulates a model for the “engaged campus” through academic programs focused on community engagement, broadly construed. Such academic programs—usually coalesced in certificate programs, minors, and majors—provide a complementary vision for the deep institutionalization of civic and community engagement in the academy that can revitalize an “apprenticeship of liberty” for students, faculty, and academic staff.
Butin, D. W.
(2012). Rethinking the “Apprenticeship of Liberty”: The Case for Academic Programs in Community Engagement in Higher Education. Journal of College & Character, 13(1), 1-8.
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