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Volume 23, No. 2

Published October 8, 2019

Issue description

To engage—the verb—means to become involved and immerse oneself in an action or occupation. It is the product of the various actions of engagement—immersion in community-based participatory research, service-learning in varied contexts, reflective dialogue between university-community partners, educational outreach that saves lives, to name a few—that is presented by the authors in this issue. How we, as engaged scholars, take action and make meaning from those actions rather than rely on rhetoric alone is an interesting perspective from which to examine the scholarship in this issue.

Note from the Editor

Reflective Essays