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  • Teaching and Student Affairs Materials
    ministry and others engaged in research and practice in moral education to Suggest links to organizations programs events activities creeds and other online media Submit curricula reports student activities workshop materials videos Power Point slide presentations surveys syllabi lectures and other materials Criteria for acceptance is usefulness to college and university staff and faculty higher education scholars and policy makers and others interested in the moral and civic education of

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  • Perspectives
    manuscripts are reviewed by editors and should be double spaced throughout including quotations and references The length for articles should be around 2000 3000 words and written within the guidelines of the 6th edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association CC editors reserves the right to reject any manuscript return manuscripts that do not comply with professional standards require modifications prior to publication and to edit accepted

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  • Best Practices
    significant educational impact Manuscripts should include the following elements 1 description of the innovative aspects of the program 2 identification of the learning objectives 3 discussion of the process by which the program was developed and implemented 4 an analysis of the key factors responsible for the program s success 5 a summary of significant results or outcomes and 6 discussion of implications for future practice and replication Length should be around 2000 words The manuscript should be double spaced throughout including quotations and references The length for articles should be around 2000 3000 words and written within the guidelines of the 6th edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association CC editors reserves the right to reject any manuscript return manuscripts that do not comply with professional standards require modifications prior to publication and to edit accepted manuscripts in conformity with Clearinghouse style and standards Publication decisions will be made within one month after the manuscript is submitted The time of publication of the article is generally within one month after the author is notified that the manuscript is accepted Criteria for acceptance are quality of scholarship and usefulness to college and university staff and faculty higher

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  • General Articles
    the right to reject any manuscript return manuscripts that do not comply with professional standards require modifications prior to publication and to edit accepted manuscripts in conformity with Clearinghouse style and standards Publication decisions will be made within one month after the manuscript is submitted The time of publication of the article is generally within one month after the author is notified that the manuscript is accepted Criteria for acceptance

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  • Program Descriptions
    100 words 5 Program initiatives and activities 100 200 words 6 Obstacles and opportunities for growth 100 200 words This is one of the most important elements of the description Please include problems or opportunities for growth that you encountered that readers would need to anticipate if they want to follow your model What lessons did you learn 7 Future goals for ongoing improvement 75 100 words B Media 1 Materials or links to materials that illustrate initiatives of program 2 Photos photos of students are preferred please make sure permission is granted to publish them and that credit is given to photographer if needed 3 Please send information to This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it via Word attachment and photos 4 More information Write Pam Crosby editor at This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Addional Information The editors of Character Clearinghouse and the Office of the Vice President of Student Affairs deeply appreciate the time and efforts that authors devote to their contributions to our publication To make the article more objective and credible and to connect with the mission and policies of our publication Authors should include only information that they attest to be true to the best of their knowledge Authors should not include information intended to harm others Authors should include only their own original information or information that they have permission to publish Authors should not include student quotes These are often used on web sites for the purpose to promote the institution Instead the CC strives to publish student interviews with deeply reflective and detailed responses that provide a balance of struggle and accomplishment and emphasize moral development Authors should avoid boastful language and making sweeping

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  • Book Reviews
    of book Assessment of resources method information Comparison with other works on topc Specific strengths and weaknesses 3 The length should be about 1000 words 4 Book reviews will be summary reviews Information presented will highlight topics that readers may find of pertinence to the moral development of college students These reviews are meant to objectively summarize content and the author s stated objectives 5 Format American Psychology Association 2010

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  • June 2013 Issue
    might influence the moral development of college students Here are five things that we have learned from our interviews and features relating to the theme of this issue R ecent Trends in Character Development Programs This article is an overview of recent trends in programs and practices in civic engagement service learning and character development based on recent research published in the Journal of College and Character and the Character Clearinghouse International Programs This list of selected international programs websites include Cornell University Washington State University Brown University and Colorado State University Global Engagement Programs This list of selected global engagement programs websites include University of California Berkeley Duke University University of Michigan and Harvard University International Studies This list of selected international studies programs websites include University of Wisconsin Madison Arizona State University George Mason University and Johns Hopkins University Study Abroad This list of selected study abroad programs websites include University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill University of Wisconsin Madison and University of Connecticut Global International Programs of Study This list of selected global and international programs of study websites majors minors certificates and seminars include Ohio State University North Carolina State University Loyola University and Wake Forest University Books on International Engagement and Studies Here is a selection of books on international engagement and studies in higher education 2013 Dalton Institute Dissertation Award Matthew Johnson s research suggests that it is not enough to offer students opportunities to interact with the community or be exposed to diversity but rather educators need to be more purposeful in their design of opportunities to foster students civic identities which includes an understanding of working with diversity 2013 Dalton Institute Best Practices Award Gary Kirk and Jake Grohs from Virginia Tech discuss the philosophy that grounds their organization VT Engage

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  • D. Abbott Turner Program in Ethics and Servant Leadership, Emory University Highlight
    things that we have learned from our special CC Highlight of Emory s EASL program FACULTY DIRECTOR Edward Queen Edward Queen may be a professor of religion a center director a director of research a director of undergraduate programming and a public intellectual with a law degree but he still has time to challenge his students to think deeply about the complexities and responsibilities of living an ethical life that is directed toward the common good He shares his ideas about the purpose of education as the formation of a person an outlook he describes as an old fashioned view of education He maintains that just as cultural activities on campus are as important as coursework for the education of students so too are appropriately structured engagements with socio political realities with human pain and suffering with our shared lives together as human beings PROGRAMS Summer Internship The Servant Leader Summer Internship Program is made up of 25 to 30 undergraduate graduate and professional students who work in Atlanta area nonprofits governmental agencies and socially responsible businesses Students engage in weekly class time which includes reflection on successes and challenges and examination of lessons learned from their weekly field experiences The Forum The Ethics and Servant Leadership EASL Forum is a weekly interdisciplinary forum focused on service community building and leadership and character development The Forum brings together 15 undergraduate and graduate students selected through an application process in a year long collaborative learning experience that includes retreats skill building sessions outside speakers and student developed projects CURRENT AND FORMER STUDENTS Mariangela Mihai M ariangela Mihai a graduate of Emory and former participant in the EASL Forum and Summer Internship programs describes herself is as a daughter of a political refugee scholar human rights activist and artist She is studying

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