Do Universities Value Public Engagement? Not Much, Their Policies Suggest

“Scholarly work that serves the public is the kind of thing that, theoretically, universities want faculty members to pursue. But a new study of the language used by more than 100 colleges in their tenure-and-promotion criteria shows little evidence that such scholarship is valued in a way that advances faculty careers …” (more)

[Audrey Williams June, Chronicle of Higher Education, 8 October]

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