The new American college town : designing effective campus and community partnerships /

"As colleges and universities become more networked, presidents and provosts have embraced the benefits of collaborative, sustainable town-gown relationships. This edited collection is targeted at leaders on both sides of these conversations, and it presents blueprints for building more collabo...

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Other Authors / Creators:Martin, James, 1948 January 14- editor.
Samels, James E., editor.
Other Corporate Authors / Creators:Samels Associates, editor.
Format: eBook Electronic
Language:English
Imprint: Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, 2019.
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Table of Contents:
  • 0. Preface
  • 0. Part I
  • 1. The\New American College Town
  • 2. Fostering an Effective Town-Gown Relationship
  • 0. PART II
  • 3. Urban Serving Universities
  • 4. How College Towns Have Become Regional Economic Drivers
  • 5. The\Public Purpose of Higher Education
  • 6. Starting from Scratch
  • 7. A\Plan for Brooklyn
  • 8. Right Time, Right Place
  • 9. Community College Towns
  • 0. Part III
  • 10. How Planners Work
  • 11. How Architects Envision College Towns Today and Tomorrow
  • 12. What Mayors Think
  • 13. Money Matters
  • 14. Hidden Opportunities and Challenges in the College Town Job Market
  • 15. Student Expectations and Student Needs
  • 16. Las Vegas
  • 17. Remote and Ready to Partner
  • 18. Collaboration is Complex
  • 19. A\College Town Legal Primer
  • 20. Get Ready
  • 0. Notes
  • 0. Bibliography
  • 0. Contributors
  • 0. Index