• Introduction – Stanlick & Clayton [Full Text]
  • Framing Piece – Zlotkowski [Full Text]
  • 10 Thought Pieces
    • The Future of Service-Learning and Community Engagement: Asset-Based Approaches and Student Learning in the First Year – Bauer, Kniffin, & Priest [Excerpt] [Full Text]
    • Getting “Real” about Transformation: The Role of Brave Spaces in Creating Disorientation and Transformation – Stanlick [Excerpt] [Full Text]
    • Community Engagement Professionals in the Circle of Service-Learning and the Greater Civic Enterprise – Dostilio & McReynolds [Excerpt] [Full Text]
    • Critically-Reflective Civically-Engaged Academics Shaping the Future of an Academy Striving for Social Justice – Ó Donnchadha [Excerpt] [Full Text]
    • Deepening Service Abroad: A Call for Reciprocal Partnership and Ongoing Support – Pisco [Excerpt] [Full Text]
    • Democratic Relationships in Service-Learning: Moving Beyond Traditional Faculty, Student, and Community Partner Roles – Hicks, Seymour, & Puppo [Excerpt] [Full Text]
    • Double Consciousness in Students’ Experience of SLCE – Hickmon [Excerpt] [Full Text]
    • Engaging Place as Partner – Siemers, Harrison, Clayton, & Stanley [Excerpt] [Full Text]
    • A Strategy for Community-Driven Service-Learning and Community Engagement: Fair Trade Learning – Hartman [Excerpt] [Full Text]
    • Transforming Higher Education Through and For Democratic Civic Engagement: A Model for Change – Saltmarsh, Janke, & Clayton [Excerpt] [Full Text]
  • Moving Towards a National Agenda: A Way Forward – Howard & Stanlick [Full Text]

NOTE: These pieces are published in the Fall 2015 Special Section of the Michigan Journal for Community Service Learning.