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Service from Students of Color

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Landis Fryer

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“Service for All Mankind”
Examining Student of Color Civic Engagement Critical Race Theory Student Development Theory Foundations of Community-University Partnerships Examinations How universities develop and utilize student of color involvement in community service

A close examination of students at the University of Pennsylvania in West Philadelphia

Discuss the broad diversity and interpretations of student of color civic engagement on college campuses

Literature review in combination with recommendations for ways to increase and sustain student of color involvement for general a range of institutions in urban areas Civic Engagement Fundamental Questions Are there more barriers preventing students of color (primarily black students) from community service than other students (e.g. work study job responsibilities)?

What are student of color motivations and contributions, historically and currently?

Does Campus Compact help students of color engage in service?

Are the students participating in other ways that are outside the university-sanctioned areas?

How do professors and administrators acknowledge civic participation of students of color?

How do universities encourage, support, recognize, or integrate student of color engagement efforts? I realize that I might not be able to answer all of these questions, so the project may turn into a literature review/suggestions for further research. Limitation Other References Hahn, A., Coonerty, C. & Peaslee, L. (2003). Colleges and universities as economic anchors: Profiles of promising practices. Waltham, MA: Brandeis University.

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