This is a list of select publications from University of Louisville faculty on community engagement. Faculty and staff are involved in numerous scholarly activities including presentations at national and regional conferences.
Rothstein, L. (2011). Shaping the Tributary: The Why, What and How of Pipeline Programs to Increase Diversity in Legal Education and the Legal Profession. Journal of Law & Education, 40(4), 551-608.
Sherretz, C. & Kyle, D. (2011). Improved Learning for All Partners: A School/University Partnership for Teacher Preparation, Teacher Development, and Student Achievement. In Nath, J.; Guadarrama, I & Ramsey, J. (Eds.), Investigating University-School Partnerships (pp. 389-402). Information Age Publishing.
King, K.M. (2010). Utilizing the School Health Index to Foster University and Community Engagement. Journal of Health Education Teaching, 1(1), 1-8.
Harris, J.M. (2010). Evaluating Public and Community Health Programs. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
Cunningham, H.R. & Lewis, S. (2010). Enhancing Public School Education: A Collaborative partnership for School Resiliency. Metropolitan Universities, 20(3), 25-33.
Cunningham, H.R.; Kennedy, J.; Clark, T.; Walker, K.L.; Hart, J.L; Hutti, M.H.; Mainous, R.O.; Coleman, M.T.; Strenecky, B.J.; Todd, D.J. (2009). Providing Health Care: Using an Interdisciplinary International Service-learning Approach. In Service-Learning in Higher Education: Paradigms, Applications, and Challenges. Moore, M. & Lan Lin, P. (Eds.). Indianapolis, IN: University of Indianapolis Press.
Hines-Martin, V., Speck, B.J., Stetson, B., & Looney, S. W. (2009). Understanding systems and rhythms for minority recruitment in intervention research. Research in Nursing and Health, 32(6), 657-670.