Engagement in Context: The Milwaukee Idea.
1. Moving Forward Along New Lines (Mary Jane Brukardt, Stephen L. Percy, and Nancy L. Zimpher).
2. Elements of Effective Community Engagement (Jon F. Wergin).
Inside and Outside the Milwaukee Idea: Thoughts on Change From Three Perspectives.
3. UWM Community Conversations (Deborah Fagan).
4. The Role of Shared Governance (Ellen Murphy).
5. When the Work on the Margins Becomes the Main Game. (Susan Kelly).
Exploring the Scholarship of Engagement.
6. Engagement in Teaching and Learning (Elizabeth Hollander and Jennifer Meeropol).
7. the Grassroots Approach to Curriculum reform: The Cultures and Communities Program (Gregory Jay and Sandra E. Jones).
8. The How and Why of the Scholarship of Engagement (David N. Cox).
9. The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in the Engaged University (Anthony Ciccone).
Innovative Approaches to Engagement.
10. All-University Engagement in Education Reform: The Milwaukee Partnership Academy (Marleen C. Pugach, Linda M. Post, adn Alfonzo Thurman).
11. Taking the Lead From the Community: Nonprofit Management Education (Rita Hartung Cheng).
Engagement: Implications For Sustainability.
12. Funding Community-University Partnerships (Armand W. Carriere).
13. Weaving Engagement Into the Fabric of Campus Administration (John Wanat).
14. Institutionalizing Engagement: What Can Presidents Do? (Nancy L. Zimpher).
15. The Path Ahead: What's Next for University Engagement? (Mary Jane Brukardt, Barbara Holland, Stephen L. Percy, and Nancy L. Zimpher).