Institutionalization of Community-Engaged Scholarship at Institutions that are both Land-Grant and Research Universities

Audrey J. Jaeger, Jessica Katz Jameson, Patti Clayton

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This case study examines North Carolina State University’s community-engaged scholarship faculty development program established in 2009–2010. Reflections by the program coordinators and participants reveal that the university’s paradoxical identity as both a land-grant and a research institution has produced tensions in three areas: funding support; reappointment, promotion, and tenure policies; and faculty commitment. During the 2-year process of designing and implementing the program, the authors concluded that simultaneously holding an institutional identity as a land-grant university and as a research university creates a paradox that challenges the institutionalization of community-engaged scholarship on a campus.

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