Legacy Lived: A Generation of Ernest A. Lynton Award Recipients Advancing Community-Engaged Scholarship and Institutional Change

  • Elaine Ward Merrimack College
Keywords: ernest a. lynton, institutional change, community-engaged scholarship

Abstract

This issue of Metropolitan Universities shares how Ernest Lynton's legacy continues to live through a generation of faculty who have received the Ernest A. Lynton Award for the Scholarship of Engagement—and since 2009—for Early Career Faculty (Lynton Award).

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Published
2018-12-19