Next Generation Practitioner-Scholars Navigating Community Engagement Professional Development: A Collaborative Autoethnography
This collaborative autoethnographic research study examines the motivations, experiences, and professional outcomes of seven community engagement practitioner-scholars who served in a high-level elected position in a community engagement research association and its affiliated graduate student network. The findings highlight the role of professional associations and graduate student networks in facilitating professional development for next generation community engagement practitioner-scholars, such as supporting them in creating connections, expanding networks, developing professional identities, and cultivating cultural capital.
Journal of Community Engagement and Higher Education
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Kniffin, L. E., Schyndel, T. V., Fornaro, E. G., Purcell, J. W., & Muse, S. (2021). Next Generation Practitioner-Scholars Navigating Community Engagement Professional Development: A Collaborative Autoethnography. Journal of Community Engagement and Higher Education, 13(1), 57–77.
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