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Institutionalizing Community Engagement in Higher Education: The First Wave of Carnegie Classified Institutions: New Directions for Higher Education, Number 147 1st Edition
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— From NACADA Journal, Review by: Shannon Lynn Burton, Academic Advising Specialist, School of Criminal Justice, Michigan State University