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

 

Call For Manuscripts

 

DEADLINE EXTENDED THRU FEBRUARY  20, 2018 AT MIDNIGHT!

ESC Special Issue: “This is Engagement: Best Practices in Community Engaged Scholarship” (JHEOE Vol. 22, Issue 3 - Sept. 2018)
Guest Editors: Chippewa Thomas & Ralph Foster, Auburn University

The mission of the Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement (JHEOE) is to serve as the premier peerreviewed, 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.

Call for Manuscripts for ESC Special Issue

The JHEOE invites manuscripts that are research articles, reflective essays, projects with promise, book reviews and dissertation overviews related to the theme of the 2017 Conference of the Engagement Scholarship Consortium: “This is Engagement: Best Practices in Community Engaged Scholarship.” Guidelines for JHEOE submissions can be found at www.jheoe.uga.edu.

Proposals may explore best practices for engaged scholarship across disciplines, communities, and geography. Manuscripts should inform or advance the scholarship and practice of engagement and university-community partnerships through research findings, innovative program design and partnership models, proven community/institutional impacts, effective curriculum or service-learning models, collaborative policy development and integration, or successful civic engagement practices. Proposals may relate to any of the various foci of engagement: Community, Faculty, or Student Engagement.

As an emergent field, engagement is by nature diverse; there are many elements to engagement as it occurs across the disciplines. Thus, there is a broad spectrum of topics within the conference theme on which manuscript proposals may relate, including but not limited to: innovation, collaboration, application, program design and administration, and institutional support.

Articles for this thematic issue should be submitted online at www.jheoe.uga.edu by Monday, February 12, 2018.

 
Posted: 2018-02-08
 

Volume 21(4), December 2017 Now Available

 
The Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement Volume 21(4), December 2017 is now available. There is much that goes on behind the scenes to produce four issues of JHEOE each year, and as the editorial team wraps up another year of publication, we are particularly reflective about the Journal’s accomplishments due to some forthcoming changes in our operations and management. In this issue, we recognize co-editor Lorilee Sandmann, who will be stepping down from her editorship at the end of this calendar year. This issue is dedicated to Lorilee for her scholarly contributions to and leadership of the Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement. As we look at the state of JHEOE, it remains a strong, vibrant, and relevant publication that has attracted new audiences and scholarly voices under Lorilee’s leadership, and we are indebted to her. As Lorilee has shown us over the years, the role of an editor is similar to a gardener who must tend her plots with care, consistency, and expertise to ensure a healthy harvest. The articles in this issue can only be described as a bountiful harvest of scholarship that explores community engagement and engaged scholarship across a diverse spectrum of practices, methods, and contexts. Such a fruitful harvest is a direct result of Lorilee’s care and tending of the Journal as a place where engaged scholarship and engaged scholars are nurtured and subsequently flourish. We thank you, Lorilee—our master gardener—for your care and tending of our ideas, knowledge, and voices, and for planting so many seeds through your scholarship and leadership that will continue to bear fruit in year to come.  
Posted: 2017-12-12
 
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Vol 21, No 4 (2017)

Table of Contents

Entire Issue

Entire Issue Part 1
 
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1-116
Entire Issue Part 2
 
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117-224

Editorial Board

Editorial Board
 
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Table of Contents

Table of Contents
 
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Note from the Editor

From the Editor
Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement
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1-4

Reflective Essays

Joan Clifford
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7-20

Research Articles

Paul A. Djupe, Luke D. Christie, Sean Patrick O'Rourke, Elizabeth S. Smith
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23-50
Katherine Richardson Bruna, Jennifer Farley, Carla A. McNelly, Debra M. Sellers, Roberta Johnson
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51-80
Angela Clark-Taylor
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81-116
Andrew J. Pearl, Robert K Christensen
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117-138
Ann M. Oberhauser, Rita Daniels
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139-170

Projects with Promise

Elena T. Carbone, Susan Ware
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173-208

Book Reviews

Street Teaching in the Tenderloin: Jumpin’ Down the Rabbit Hole
Patrick M. Green
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211-216
Creating Citizens: Liberal Arts, Civic Engagement, and The Land-Grant Tradition
Timothy J. Shaffer
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217-224