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Products from Community Engaged Scholarship
Scholarship is work that draws from the literature of one's field in order to systematically examine an issue of interest  and communicate new insights. Community Engaged Scholarship is scholarly work that contributes to the public good and occurs in the context of reciprocal, mutually beneficial, community partnerships.

In order to generate greater understanding of and appreciation for Community Engaged Scholarship, the Honey W. Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service shares the best examples of this work by GW faculty and students. 

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Community Engaged Scholarship Submission

Include all authors, whether affiliated with GW or not. Separate each name with a comma.




For example: UW1020, Phyllis Ryder
This includes an undergraduate's major, the graduate student's program, or the faculty member's department.
For example, "This research paper examines ..."
For example, "My weekly service at DC Central Kitchen contributed significantly to the creation of this work." or "This work is a program evaluation study completed in partnership with Street Sense."
For example, "Presented at the Fall 2019 GW Symposium on Community Engaged Scholarship" or, "Published in the International Undergraduate Journal for Service-learning, Leadership, and Social Justice"

To provide the work itself, please enter the URL link where the work can be accessed OR upload the work here.