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Author(s). (2011). Title of session. In B. Harrison, B. O'Steen, P. Clayton, K. Edwards, & Editorial Fellows (Eds.), Proceedings of the International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement 11th Annual Conference (pp. #-
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What can we learn about best processes in community engagement from case studies of academic-community partnerships (Forthofer et al.)

Reciprocity for what? Supporting cooperation and democratic engagement between university-community partners (Kliewer)
DAC program: How sports and arts contribute to regenerate social tissue and donate social capital (Garnica)

The evolution of a school-university partnership: Understandings from an autoethnographic study (Siegel et al.)

New insights about partnerships: Research on community-based collaboration with philanthropy (Gelmon)
Power in partnerships: Advanced methods to research and assess power, processes, and outcomes in community-university partnerships (Janke et al.)

Promising commitments? Exploring the diverse roles of higher education institutions in planned poverty reduction through the federal Promise Neighborhood Initiative policy (Hudson)

Exploring the barriers of Latinos' access to literacy and addressing change through community partnership (De La Garza)
Pre-service teachers' service learning among students with autism spectrum (Power)

Service-learning partnerships: Acts of charity or endeavors for social change (Shalabi)

Service and solidarity: A blueprint for transformative relationships in a peer-mentoring service-learning partnership (Sokol et al.)

From the community to the classroom and back again: The reciprocity that results when the community comes to the adult classroom (Triller)

Reciprocity in community engagement: Implications of a concept analysis for research (Dostilio et al.)

Service WITH not FOR persons with disabilities: Effects on pre-service teacher efficacy and community partners (Stewart et al.)

Lessons from service-learning and community engagement in refugee resettlement (Amick et al.)

Diversity in faculty and community partner perspectives about achieving reciprocity in partnerships (Forthofer et al.)
Using peer-led community mobilization and media advocacy to aid HIV prevention and economic stability with former sex workers and orphans and vulnerable (OVCs) in Nairobi, Kenya (Mastin et al.)