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Service-Learning (SL) at the University of Cincinnati, the birthplace of the Cooperative Education, is an experiential learning opportunity offered to students in more than 300 courses across the university. Over 5000 students participate each year in undergraduate courses which combine student reflection and structured participation in community-based projects to achieve specified learning outcomes as part of an academic course and/or program requirement. Not only does the student gain practical application of the content being studied, but it offers equitable access to coop-style engagement and experience under the joint leadership of a faculty member and community partner.

For questions on our open access platform or to contribute to the Service-Learning Pathway contact Elizabeth.Scarpelli@uc.edu, Director, University of Cincinnati Press & Cincinnati Library Publisher Services
In 2020, the United States was involved in sustained, diverse nationwide outrage the likes of which has not been seen in many areas of our country for decades. Headlines, news stories, social media and diverse voices fill the daily news. Startling images, alarming data, science, activism and uncertainty drive voices across socioeconomic groups with the hope of creating change. University press publishers participate in this movement in many ways—of note publishing intellectual output which offers clarity, disciplinary perspective and broadens the knowledge created through academic research, data, scholarly theory and original thought.



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Elizabeth Scarpelli
Director | University of Cincinnati Press & Library Publisher Services
As the official resource of ABS, Issues in Race & Society is a double-blind, peer-reviewed academic journal. The biannual journal distinguishes itself as an interdisciplinary, comprehensive, and global examination of the increasingly racial and racialized world that connects us all. It provides a space where all voices can be heard and diverse conversations can occur about the relationship and interconnections between race, power, privilege, and location operating across cultures and societies.