Transform Issue 3: Can the Critically Engaged University of the Future Find Unity in Diversity? Members Only

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Summary of Articles

Article 1 – The critically engaged university of the future
Professor Sharon Bell
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Article 2 – Community Engagement in Critically Engaged Catholic Universities: Models from Australia and the U.S.
Professor Sandra Jones, Dr Howard Rosing and Dr Matthew Pink
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Article 3 – A n.i.i.i.c.e way to assess best practice for critically engaged universities in Australia
Professor Marshall Welch and Professor John Saltmarsh
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Article 4 – Interview: Finding Unity in Diversity and a Force for Good in the World
Catriona Jackson, Chief Executive, Universities Australia
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Article 5 – VC Viewpoint: Raise the Scarlet Standard High
Professor Glyn Davis AC
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Article 6 – Viewpoint: Towards a teaching intensive critically engaged university: fitness for purpose in a knowledge economy
Professor George Holmes
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Article 7 – Viewpoint: Social Impact – a framework for critically engaged universities
The Hon Verity Firth
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Article 8 – Case Study: Planting seeds to grow through to, for, with, and by
University of Canterbury
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Article 9 – Case Study: Citystudio Bendigo: innovation in connecting communities
City of Greater Bendigo and La Trobe University
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Article 10 – Case Study: Relate, Relearn, Rebuild: The Community Re-entry Program at Flinders University
Flinders University
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Article 11 – Spotlight: One university’s journey to becoming engaged with its communities
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