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Gene Corbin

PhD Student in Higher Education, University of Massachusetts-Boston
Former Dean for Public Service, Harvard College

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About Gene

Corbin's research focuses on civic learning in higher education with an interest in critical forms that prepare students for democratic engagement in a diverse society. Overarching themes in Corbin's writings include the public purpose of higher education, community engagement as a strategy for educational equity and faculty diversity in higher education, and the importance of civic learning in higher education for democracy.

Contributions

Why Community Engaged Scholarship Needs a Clear Definition

  • John Saltmarsh
  • Prabhdeep Singh Kehal

Why Faculty Reward Policies Should Incentivize Community Engaged Scholarship

  • John Saltmarsh
  • Prabhdeep Singh Kehal

Why the Evaluation of Faculty Community Engaged Scholarship Needs Clear Criteria

  • John Saltmarsh
  • Prabhdeep Singh Kehal

Why Community Engaged Scholarship is Important to Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity in Higher Education

  • Prabhdeep Singh Kehal
  • John Saltmarsh

How Community Engaged Scholarship Improves Teaching and Learning

  • John Saltmarsh
  • Prabhdeep Singh Kehal