The Mosakowski Institute for Public Enterprise exemplifies an emerging model of use-inspired research by carrying out and mobilizing cutting-edge university research to address important social concerns. The Institute is focused on 'the public enterprise'—governments and other organizations in service to society—and at the same time seeks to be 'enterprising' in identifying and implementing new approaches to improving the effectiveness of public policies and programs. The Institute promotes an exemplary model of use-inspired research.
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Submissions from 2009

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Toward the Equitable Distribution of Enriching Educational Experiences: Faculty Engagement with Racial Minority Students, Shaun R. Harper

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Engaged Learning: Enabling Self-Authorship and Effective Practice, David C. Hodge, Marcia B. Baxter Magolda, and Carolyn A. Haynes

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Academic Intelligence is not Enough! WICS: An Expanded Model for Effective Practice in School and in Later Life, Robert J. Sternberg

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Designing a Liberal Arts Curriculum that Develops the Capacity for Effective Practice, Diana Chapman Walsh and Lee Cuba

Submissions from 2008

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American Challenges, Jim Gomes

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Inaugural Conference of The Mosakowski Institute for Public Enterprise- Program, Jim Gomes