Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement

The mission of the Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement (JHEOE) is to serve as the premier peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary journal to advance theory and practice related to all forms of outreach and engagement between higher education institutions and communities.

This includes highlighting innovative endeavors; critically examining emerging issues, trends, challenges, and opportunities; and reporting on studies of impact in the areas of public service, outreach, engagement, extension, engaged research, community-based research, community-based participatory research, action research, public scholarship, service-learning, and community service.

 


Additional Information:

In the past year,the Journal has received 110 submissions.

The acceptance rate for manuscripts after an initial review was 2.9%. After authors had the opportunity to revise, the acceptance rate was 24.1%.

In 2014, there were 22,158 unique visitors to the Journal website. Since tracking began, 611,000 articles have been downloaded from the Journal’s website.

 

 

Announcements

 

Volume 20(2) Now Available

 

For good summertime reading the Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement has just published volume 20(2), June 2016.  This second issue of JHEOE’s 20th anniversary year also commemorates Campus Compact’s 30-year anniversary with President of Middlesex Community College Anna Wasescha’s opening essay on the “Meaning of Compact," reflecting, taking stock, and making choices about advancing the public purpose of higher education. The research articles, project with promise, dissertation overview, and book reviews that follow present additional opportunities for taking stock of leading engaged scholarship and practices.

 
Posted: 2016-06-29
 

December Publication- Volume 19(4)

 

We end 2015 and volume year 19 with JHEOE’s December issue which opens with reflections on the tensions between access and engagement.  JHEOE’s associate editor, Shannon O. Wilder, introduces this publication by suggesting disruption is required for meaningful change to occur, by creating more pathways to access our higher education institutions.  These tensions are further explored by Phoebe Haddon, chancellor at Rutgers-Camden and Nyeema Watson, assistant chancellor for community engagement, making the case that there are solutions for these challenges.  A robust and diverse set of articles and book reviews follow.

 
Posted: 2015-12-24
 
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Vol 20, No 2 (2016)

Table of Contents

Entire Issue

20(2) Entire Issue
 
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1-180

Editorial Board

20(2) Editorial Board
 
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Table of Contents

20(2) Table of Contents
 
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Note from the Editor

From the Editor
Lorilee R. Sandmann
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1-4

Reflective Essays

Anna Wasescha
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7-22

Research Articles

Elizabeth Gagnon, Tracey O'Sullivan, Daniel E. Lane, Nicole Paré
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25-54
Heather J. Williamson, Belinda-Rose Young, Nichole Murray, Donna L. Burton, Bruce Lubotsky Levin, Oliver Tom Massey, Julie A. Baldwin
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55-84
Debra L. Schutte, Emilie Dykstra Goris, Jamie L. Rivard, CoSAGE Community Research Advisement Committee, Brian C. Schutte
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85-108
José A. Santiago, Jihyun Lee, Emily A. Roper
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109-126

Projects with Promise

Robin S. Everhart
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129-154

Dissertation Overviews

Casey D. Mull
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157-162

Book Reviews

Methods for Community Public Health Research: Integrated and Engaged Approaches
Richard Goranflo
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165-168
The Tyranny of Meritocracy: Democratizing Higher Education in America
Megan S. Segoshi, OiYan A. Poon
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169-174
Research, Actionable Knowledge, and Social Change: Reclaiming Responsibility Through Research Partnerships
Timothy J. Shaffer
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175-180