Connections 2015 - Our History: Journeys in KF Research

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Each issue of this annual newsletter focuses on a particular area of Kettering’s research. The 2015 issue, edited by Kettering program officer Melinda Gilmore and director of communications David Holwerk, focuses on our yearlong review of Kettering’s research over time.

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About KF
How Kettering Discovered Democracy by David Mathews  ( PDF )
The Issue Guide and the Issue Forum: Political Inventions by Brad Rourke  ( PDF )
A Treasure Chest About to Open by Nicholas A. Felts  ( PDF )
From Public Policy Institutes to Centers for Public Life: Transforming People and Communities by Alice Diebel  ( PDF )
At Franklin Pierce, Learning to Make a Difference by Joni Doherty  ( PDF )
Town versus Gown? Not Here by Sara A. Mehltretter Drury  ( PDF )
Kettering’s Evolving Understanding— and My Own by Ray Minor  ( PDF )
Two Decades of Learning with Communities by Phillip D. Lurie  ( PDF )
Public Education as Community Work by Connie Crockett, Phillip D. Lurie, Randall Nielsen  ( PDF )
Listening for, and Finding, a Public Voice by Bob Daley  ( PDF )
Informing or Engaging: What Is the Role of Higher Education in Strengthening Public Life? by Derek W.M. Barker  ( PDF )
Scholars and Scholarship with Ties to Communities by Ellen M. Knutson, Ileana Marin  ( PDF )
KF and Journalism: On Again! Off Again! On Again! by David Holwerk  ( PDF )
From Civil Society to Civil Investing, and Beyond by John R. Dedrick  ( PDF )
Creative Acts as Democratic Work by Paloma Dallas, Melinda Gilmore  ( PDF )
The Dartmouth Conference by Harold H. Saunders, Philip D. Stewart  ( PDF )
Kettering and China: Thirty Years and Counting by Maxine S. Thomas  ( PDF )
Kettering’s Archives Hold a Quarter-Mile of History by Maura Casey  ( PDF )

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