Sacred Lines, a collaboration between KGNU and the Center for Media, Religion, and Culture at the University of Colorado, Boulder. This installment is the first in a two part series that explores the ways that journalism, public scholarship and academia impact one another. Public Scholarship, while widely defined and widely understood is when academics make their research available to mainstream publics. We want to know what it means for university professors to participate in public scholarship and what public scholarship looks like.
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