Strengthening engaged scholarship for environmental and social justice (Part 2)
Ecology and Jesuits in Communication
This is a continuation of the previous Ecojesuit article that shared the first four of eight strategies in strengthening an engaged scholarship for environmental and social justice that the Environmental Justice Collaborative at Santa Clara University identified.
The Environmental Justice Collaborative is a two-year interdisciplinary faculty seminar on environmental justice and the common good that advances research, teaching, and university initiatives that contribute to the university’s Jesuit and Catholic vocation as a transformative force. Faculty Collaborative members Chad Raphael, Professor, Department of Communication, and Christopher Bacon and Iris Stewart-Frey, both Associate Professors, Department of Environmental Studies and Sciences developed this paper and we now share the last four strategies:
Raphael, C., Bacon, C., & Stewart-Frey, I. (2018). Strengthening engaged scholarship for environmental and social justice (Part 2). Ecojesuit. Retrieved from http://www.ecojesuit.com/strengthening-engaged-scholarship-for-environmental-and-social-justice-part-2/11465/.