Jischke, Martin C.
June 2006
Vital Speeches of the Day;Jun2006, Vol. 72 Issue 16/17, p509
The article presents a speech by Martin C. Jischke, president of Purdue University, delivered May 24, 2006 to the NSF/NAE Engineering Service Learning Conference. Jischke discusses university engagement in communities. He outlines several defining characteristics of an engaged institution, which include responsiveness, respect, neutrality and accessibility.


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