Research Articles are quantitative, qualitative, or mixed-method studies that demonstrate the long-term impact of a university-community engagement project on the community, students, faculty and staff, or the institution.
Reflective Essays are thought provoking examinations of current issues related to university-community engagement that are anchored in the literature.
Projects with Promise are descriptions of early-stage university-community engagement projects with early indications of impact; plan for long-term evaluation; plan for how the project will be sustained; and best practices for the reader to emulate.
Dissertation Overviews are condensed overviews of completed dissertation or thesis research of interest to the community engagement field.
Book Reviews are reviews of books related to university-community engagement that go beyond mere description of the contents to analyze and glean implications for theory and practice.
This special issue is intended to provide encouragement, new ideas, and strategies for boundary spanners in their complex roles. Our goal is to explore concepts of identity, wellbeing, and career development to promote sustainable practices and address the promise and full potential of boundary spanners in higher education. Consequently, this special issue seeks manuscripts surrounding the following themes pertaining to career development and wellbeing of boundary spanners:
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