Community Engaged Scholarship

Anthropology
2012 Creekmore, Andrew. Community Engagement and Archaeological Education: Introduction to a New Activity at the Poudre Learning Center, Greeley CO. Paper presented at the Colorado Archaeological Society Annual Meeting. Boulder, Colorado, October 6.

Kimball, Michael, Robert Brunswig, Sally McBeth and David Thomas. (in press.) Fostering Local Futures: Place Building Theory and the Living Heritage Paradigm. The Applied Anthropologist (Spring 2014).

Business
Clinebell, S.K., Clinebell, J.K. (2013) Enhancing Faculty Engagement in Teaching and Learning through a Teaching and Learning Fellows Program. Academy of Business Education.

Special Education
Banerjee, R. & Luckner, J. (2013). Assessment practices and training needs of early childhood professionals. Journal of Early Childhood Teacher Education, 34(3), 231-248.

Chopra, R., Banerjee, R., DiPalma, G., Merrill, L. & Ferguson, A. (2013). Colorado’s example for preparing paraprofessionals for rural early intervention programs. Rural Special Education Quarterly, 32, 1, 20-28.

Banerjee, R. & Luckner, J. (2013). Assessment practices and training needs of early childhood professionals. Journal of Early Childhood Teacher Education, 34(3), 231-248.

Rude, H. A. & Vogel, L. R. (in press). Native American Innovative Leadership: Epistemologies and Motivations. In Aguilera, D., Begaye, T., & Tippeconnic, J. (Eds.), Native Epistemologies. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press.

Vogel, L. R., & Rude, H. A. (2011). Giving back: An analysis of motivations of aspiring American Indian/Alaska Native leaders. Journal of American Indian Education, 50(2), 24-43.

Geography
P. Klein and M. Solem. 2008. Evaluating the impact of international collaboration on geography learning. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 32(2): 245-267.

English as a Second Language
Romero, D. (2013) The Power of Stories to Build Partnerships and Shape Change. The Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship (JCES) (6),1,pp. 11-18

Romero, D. (2013) Youth Media: making it in the world! In C. Faltis and S. Chappell, (Eds.) The Arts and Emergent Bilingual Youth. Building Culturally Responsive, Critical and Creative Education in Schools and Community Contexts. New York: Routledge. pp.145-151

Mexican American Studies
Project Luz is based on work conducted through the Bracero Project (with Dr. Priscilla Falcon), and which develops archival material, curriculum and research about migration and the impact of migration on children to be used in school and teacher education programs. Data from this research and the oral histories is now used on one of the State Standards Education tests in K-12 schools.

Nursing Sciences
Bezyak, J. L., Berven, N. L., & Chan, F. (2011). Stages of change and physical activity among individuals with severe mental illness. Rehabilitation psychology, 56(3), 182.

Interdisciplinary
Kimball, Michael J. and David Thomas. 2012. Place Building Theory: A Framework for Assessing and Advancing Community Engagement in Higher Education.  Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning 18(2).

Brunswig, R., Junne, G., Bowser, G., Renfrew, E., Dickmann, E., Purnell, A., & Brown, M. (2013). Dearfield Dream Project: Developing an Interdisciplinary Historical/Cultural Research Network. Social Sciences, 2(3), 168-179.