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The below publications represent scholarship on DePaul service learning and community engagement and on community-engaged and community-based research by DePaul authors. The list includes scholarly products from the Community-based Research Faculty Fellowship funded through the Steans Center.
Hague, E. (2020). Connecting Courses, Curriculum, and Community in Chicago. Metropolitan Universities, 31(2), 7-17 DOI: 10.18060/2392 https://doi.org/10.18060/23923
Schober, D.J., Tate, M., Rodriguez, D. et al. High Blood Pressure Medication Adherence Among Urban, African Americans in the Midwest United States. J. Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities (2020). https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s40615-020-00819-2#citeas
Christopher D. Tirres & Melanie C. Schikore (2020) Faith in Action and Community Engagement: Realizing Mission through Immersion Experiences, Christian Higher Education, 19:1-2, 91-108, DOI: 10.1080/15363759.2019.1689199 https://doi.org/10.1080/15363759.2019.1689199
Amer, K., Aquino, E., Handrup, J., Larimer, K., Lee, Y.M., Morales, M., Integration of a community-based engagement model of service learning in a master’s entry nursing program. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice (2019), https://doi.org/10.5430/jnep.v9n10p107
Catlett, Beth S., A. Proweller, and Sonya Crabtree Nelson., Power and Negotiations in a University/Community Partnership Serving Jewish Teen Girls. Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship (2019), https://digitalcommons.northgeorgia.edu/jces/vol11/iss2/
Rosing, Howard, “Farming Chicago: Prospects for Higher Education Support of Sustainable Urban Food Systems in the U.S. Heartland,” Metropolitan Universities 28(1) https://journals.iupui.edu/index.php/muj/article/view/21464
This analysis focuses on the recent history of local and regional food systems development in Chicago with an emphasis on the role of higher education institutions.
Liao, Lynn, "The Role of Adults in Facilitating Youth Critical Consciousness in Community-Based Service-Learning" (2017). College of Science and Health Theses and Dissertations. 228. https://via.library.depaul.edu/csh_etd/228
This study focused on the roles of staff and instructor sociopolitical support in the development of students’ critical consciousness within service learning courses.
Klimas Christie, James Montgomery, Howard Rosing, Marji Hess, Xochyl Perez and Christian DeKnock, “Soils in the City: A Science-based Service-Learning Course,” In: Jane L. Newman, Dennis W. Sunal and Cynthia Szymanski Sunal (Eds). Science and Service Learning. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
Rosing, Howard, “Tracking Culture: The Meanings of Community Engagement Data Collection in Higher Education,” Metropolitan Universities 26(2): 147-163
Reed, S. C., Rosenberg, H., Statham, A., & Rosing, H. (2015). The effect of community service learning on undergraduate persistence in three institutional contexts. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning,21(2), 22-37.
Reed, S.C., Rosing, H., Rosenberg, H. and Statham, A. (2015) “Let us pick the Organization”: Understanding Adult Student Perceptions of Service-learning Practice. Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship. 8(2): 74-85.
https://steans.depaul.edu/docs/11022015/Let Us Pick the Organization - Understanding Adult Student Perceptions of Service-learning Practice 1011022015114834821.pdf
Rosing Howard, Odoms-Young Angela. Community–University Food Projects, Race, and Health Promotion [J]. Journal of prevention & intervention in the community, April 2015, 79-82.
Proweller, A., & Catlett, B. S. (2015). "Chapter 3 Disruptive Practices: Advancing Social Justice Through Feminist Community Based Service-Learning in Higher Education." In Service-Learning to Advance Social Justice in a Time of Radical Inequality.
Ferrera, M, Sacks, T.K., Nixon, J. T., Perez, M., Asis, D., Coleman, W.E. (2015).Empowering Immigrant Youth in Chicago: Utilizing CBPR to Document the Impact of a Youth Health Service Corps Program. Family and Community Health Journal, 38(1):12-21.
Hague, Euan (2015) “Pilsen: The Gentrification Frontier,” Newsletter of the Association of American Geographers, 5 March.
Hague, Euan (2015) “Pilsen: Chicago’s Gentrifying Lower West Side,” in Virginia B. Price, David A. Spatz and D. Bradford Hunt (ed.) Out of the Loop, Vernacular Architecture Foundation, Agate Publishing, Chicago, 99-103.
Dush, Lisa "Building the Capacity of Organizations for Rhetorical Action with New Media: An Approach to Service Learning," Science Direct. September 2014.
Morales, Marisol and Caballero, Arturo "Asset-Based Community Development and Integral Human Development: Two Theories Undergirding an International Service-Learning Program" in "Crossing Boundaries. Tension and Transformation in International Service-Learning". Edited by Patrick M. Green and Matthew Johnson.
Bruce, D., Hooks, K., Johnson, K., Thompson, J., Flores, C., & Pattitucci-Cruz, M. (2014, May). CBPR participation as leadership development for marginalized youth: Investigating resilience among homeless and marginally housed young men who have sex with men.
Hague, Euan and Curran, Winifred (2013) “Housing Development and Community Destabilization in Pilsen” AREA-Chicago, no.13, p.54.
Harvey, Miles, (Ed.) How Long Will I Cry? Chicago: Big Shoulder Books, 2013.
Rosing, Howard, “Demystifying the local: Considerations for higher education engagement with community food systems,” Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development. August 2012.
Liezl, Alcantara, "Advancing Social Change Goals through Partnerships: Community Partner Perspective" (2012). College of Science and Health eses and Dissertations. Paper 28.
Catlett, B. S., & Proweller, A. (2011). College students’ negotiation of privilege in a community-based violence prevention project. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 18(1), 34-48.
Rosenberg, Helen, Anne Statham, Susan Reed and Howard Rosing "Service-Learning and the Nontraditional Student: What's Age Got to Do With It?" In: Bringle, R. and J. Hatcher, eds. Understanding Service-Learning and Community Engagement: Crossing Boundaries through Research, Scottsdale, AZ: Information Age Publishing.
Morales, Marisol "Community as Intellectual Space". Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education, The. FindArticles.com. 16 Mar, 2011.
Rosing, Howard; Reed, Susan; Ferrari, Joseph; Bothne, Nancy. "Understanding Student Complaints in the Service Learning Pedagogy" In: American Journal of Community Psychology, 46(3-4): 472-481.
Rosing, Howard; Hofman, Nila Ginger. "Notes From the Field: Service Learning and the Development of Multidisciplinary Community-Based Research Initiatives" Journal of Community Practice 18.2 (2010). 03 Nov. 2010.
Hofman, Nila Ginger (DePaul-Anthropology) and Rosing, Howard. "Course-based Action Research and Anthropology" In: Anthropology News, 49(6): 11-12.
Howard, Jeffrey and Stanton, Timothy (Stanford University). "The Research University Engaged Scholarship Toolkit".
Lee, Young-Me, Susan Poslusny, and Howard Rosing. "Sexually Transmitted Infection Prevention Project as Community-Engaged Scholarship." Journal of Community Engagement and Higher Education 1.1 (2009): 1-9.
Rosing, Howard. "Untangling the Ivy: Discovering Vincentian Service-Learning at DePaul University," In: Journal of Vincentian Heritage; Special Edition: Vincentian Higher Education and Poverty Reduction. 28(2): 221-239.
Drakeford, Billie (Steans Center), Escarcega, Sylvia (Latin American and Latino Studies) and Strain, Dr. Charles (Academic Affairs). "Borders and Boundaries: Human Rights and Social Justice in a Transnational Context" in Diversity & Democracy: Civic Learning and Shared Futures, Volume 11, Number 2, Spring 2008 (Association of American Colleges and Universities).
Orban, Clara (Modern Languages) and Thompson, Martha (Northeastern Illinois University). "Building Bridges against Violence: Service Learning for Second Language Students" in Feminist Teacher, Volume 17, Number 2, 2007.
Worrall, Laurie (NY State Campus Compact). "Asking the Community: A Case Study of Community Partner Perspectives" in Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, Volume 14, Number 1, fall 2007.
Hague, Euan (Geography). "Service Learning in Pilsen, Chicago," in Chicago's Geographies - Metropolis for the 21st Century. Green, Richard P., Bouman, Mark J. and Grammenos, Dennis (eds.). Association of American Geographers, Washington D.C., 264-267 (2006).
Hague, Euan (Geography), Curran, Dr. Winifred and Gill, Harpreet (DePaul Alum). "Practicing Active Learning: Introducing Urban Geography and Engaging Community in Pilsen, Chicago," in Pedagogies of Praxis: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Course Based Action Research, Nila Ginger Hofman and Howard Rosing (Eds.), (2006, Anker-Jossey-Bass).
Manley, Ted (Sociology), Buffa, Avery (Mission and Values), Dube, Dr. Caleb (Sociology), and Reed, Lauren (DePaul Alum). "Putting the Learning in Service Learning: From Soup Kitchen Models to the Black Metropolis Model" in Education and Urban Society, Volume 38, Number 2, February 2006.
Strain, Charles R. (Academic Affairs; Religious Studies). "Moving Like a Starfish: Beyond a Unilinear Model of Student Transformation in Service Learning Classes" in the Journal of College and Character, Volume VIII, Number 1, November 2006.
Orban, Clara E., Martha E. Thompson. “Building Bridges against Violence: Service-Learning for Second Language Students”In: Feminist Teacher. Volume: 17, Number 2, 2007.
Worrall, Laurie. “Practitioner Perspective: Reflections on the development of a Value-based Curriculum”. In: Vincentian Heritage. Volume: 23-26. Number: 1, and 2, 2005.
Mayfield, Loomis Town and Gown in America: Some Historical and Institutional Issues of the Engaged University 2001 Volume: 14 Issue Number: 2 pages 231-240
Reed, Susan and Marienau, Catherine Wiley
Linking Adults with Community: Promoting Civic Engagement through Community-based Learning New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education
Hofman, Nina and Rosing, HowardWiley
Pedagogies Of Praxis: Course-Based Action Research in the Social Sciences
Manley, Theodoric Jr.Dorrance Publishing Company
The Way They Saw It: The Changing Face of Bronzeville