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The Winding Road To Community Partnerships In Appalachia: A Faculty Perspective, Lori J. Marks, A. L. Nelson, J. P. Burngham, T. Coates, J. Duncan, E. Lowe, A. Lowery, E. Seier Jan 2004

The Winding Road To Community Partnerships In Appalachia: A Faculty Perspective, Lori J. Marks, A. L. Nelson, J. P. Burngham, T. Coates, J. Duncan, E. Lowe, A. Lowery, E. Seier

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In 1998, the W.W. Kellogg Foundation provided funding for four universities to collaborate with surrounding communities on mutually beneficial projects, through the Expanding Community Partnerships Program. In a series of innovative learning collaborations, East Tennessee University, the University of Texas at El Paso, West Virginia University, and Northeastern University established strong, sustainable partnerships with organizations in their local communities. Although each university approached its partnering differently, they all shared the goal of benefiting the underserved communities where they are located and transforming their institutions by enhancing students’ educational experiences and strengthening faculty, student, administration, and staff relationships with local ...