A new initiative of the Office for Public Engagement and the Vice Provost for Faculty and Academic Affairs, the Review Committee on Community-Engaged Scholarship is composed of tenured professors from diverse disciplines and professional fields who have agreed to review the dossiers of community-engaged scholars and submit to promotion and tenure committees a written evaluation that speaks to the quality and impact of scholars' engaged scholarship.
- Purpose of the Review Committee for Community Engaged Scholarship.
- Memorandum of Understanding.
- Publicly Engaged Scholarship Criteria.
A schedule of key dates follows:
Tuesday, October 29— Informational meeting
Thursday, February 20—Informational meeting
Tuesday, March 3—Orientation for review candidates