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Campus Life: In Search of Community Paperback – 18 June 2019


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"Nearly thirty years ago, Ernest Boyer issued a call for colleges and universities to be not just research and teaching centers but true learning communities. Today that need is as urgent as ever, and Christian colleges and universities are uniquely positioned to create the kind of vibrant communities that educate the soul as well as the mind. In this important volume, seasoned higher education professionals offer practical insights and examples of how such communities can thrive in today's challenging environment. This book will be valuable to readers interested in understanding what makes Christian colleges and universities so unique, as well as to educators seeking to develop such communities at their own institutions."--Rick Ostrander, vice president for research and scholarship, Council for Christian Colleges & Universities, Washington, DC

"This is a thoughtful, justice-oriented approach to thinking about some of the most difficult topics and challenges on college campuses today, as well as the obligations Christian colleges have to the world, their faculty and staff, and most of all, the students who attend them. A thorough and invaluable resource."--Donna Freitas, author of The Happiness Effect and Sex and the Soul

About the Author

Todd C. Ream (PhD, Penn State) is professor of higher education at Taylor University, a distinguished fellow with the Lumen Research Institute, and the author and editor of numerous books. Previously, he served on college and university campuses in residence life, student support services, honors programs, and as a chief student development officer.

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