The Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship (JCES) is a peer-reviewed international journal through which faculty, staff, students, and community partners disseminate scholarly works. JCES integrates teaching, research, and community engagement in all disciplines, addressing critical problems identified through a community-participatory process.
See the Aims and Scope for more information.
Current Issue: Volume 12, Issue 2 (2020)
Relationships Are Key to Overcoming Barriers Posed By Election Cycles: A Qualitative Description of Canadian Integrated Knowledge Translation Partners
Lesley Hodge, Maria Mayan, Sanchia Lo, Solina Richter, and Jane Drummond
Promoting Civic Knowledge and Political Efficacy Among Low-Income Youth Through Applied Political Participation
Yesenia Alvarez Padilla, Mary E. Hylton, and Jennifer Lau Sims
Building University/Community Partnerships: A Pre-College Program for Foster Youth
M. Sebrena Jackson, Alex D. Colvin, Angela N. Bullock, and Krystal R. Dozier
Research From the Field
Perspectives on Initiating Community-Based Participatory Research Partnerships
Emily Zhang, Seblewongel Yigletu, Hannah Lieberman, Karen Kosinski, Ravali Mukthineni, Diane McLeod, Barbara Rubel, and Shalini Tendulkar
The Emotional Dimension of Community-Engaged Learning
Katherine R. Bruna
Understanding and overcoming empathy walls: The first steps toward civic conversation
Adriana J. Deras, Angelle Leger, Abdullah Alturaifi, Jacqueline Begue, James Blake, Christopher Bologna, Leandre Bonmardion, Valentino Browning, Christopher Charleston, Ann Clark, Amber Cradeur, Kenzie Dupont, Jarred Favrot, Faye Foret, Brett Fulmer, Tanishq Goribidanur, Sayma Hanif, Savannah Heath, Matthew Hutchins, Nathan Istre, Gracie Kennard, Gabrielle Kerkow, Sayou Ketcha, Kallie Kilchrist, Timothy King, Akua Kumi, Meggie Lam, Tiffany Le, Zachary Lehmann, Spencer Lemoine, Andy Lin, Zoe Martin, John Marzullo, Cameron Matherne, Laura Moldovan, Adriana Montoya, Michelle Opiri, Shivani Pandya, Victoria Parsley, Brogan Pathi, Kendall Raymond, Jordan Remont, Sydne Rigby, Barrick Roberts, Trey Schexnayder, Samantha Seetharama, Prianca Shrestha, Meghan Sills, Jhacory Simien, L. Elena Soto Handel, Jonathan Thomas, Austin Veal, and Britt Young