Curriculum Vitae

Randy Stoecker

Department of Community and Environmental Sociology

University of Wisconsin

350 Agricultural Hall
1450 Linden Drive
Madison, Wisconsin  53706
Mobile phone: (608) 239-1057

Office phone: (608) 890-0764

Fax: (608) 262-6022

E-mail: rstoecker@wisc.edu

on-line vita: http://comm-org.wisc.edu/stoeckerfolio/stoeckvita.htm


EDUCATION

1988: PhD, Sociology, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. Thesis Title: "From Concrete to Grass Roots: A Case Study of Successful Urban Insurgency in Cedar-Riverside"

1983: MS, Counseling and Guidance (emphasis in student services), University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.

1981: BA, Social Development (an Individually Designed Major) with Philosophy Minor, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater (graduated Summa Cum Laude).

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2008-present: Professor, Department of Community and Environmental Sociology, University of Wisconsin, with a joint appointment in the University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension Center for Community and Economic Development. Affiliated appointments with University of Wisconsin School of Human Ecology, Nelson Institute, Urban and Regional Planning, and Development Studies.

2005-2008:  Associate Professor, Department of Rural Sociology, University of Wisconsin, with a joint appointment in the University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension Center for Community and Economic Development.

2000-2005: Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology (also Research Associate, Urban Affairs Center), University of Toledo.

1994-2000: Associate Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology (also Research Associate, Urban Affairs Center), University of Toledo.

1988-1994: Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology (also Research Associate, Urban Affairs Center, 1988-1991 and 1993), University of Toledo.

AREAS OF INTEREST

Community-University Collaboration

Community-Based Research and Service Learning

Community Organizing and Development

Community Informatics

RECENT COURSES

Community Organization and Change (undergrad/grad)
http://comm-org.wisc.edu/syllabi/cosyllabus15.htm  

Capstone Experience:  Community-Based Research with SouthWest Madison Community Organizers
http://comm-org.wisc.edu/syllabi/capstoneclass.htm

Community-Based Research with The Natural Step Monona
http://comm-org.wisc.edu/syllabi/cbrtnsm1.htm

RECENT GRADUATE STUDENT ADVISING

M.S. advisor, Saida Chacon Cedillo, Environment and Resources

M.S. advisor, Amanda Hoffman, Agroecology

Ph.D. advisor, Dadit Hidayat, Environment and Resources

Ph.D. advisor, Kristin Klingman, Development Studies

Ph.D. advisor, Charity Schmidt, Sociology

Ph.D. advisor, Catherine Willis, Sociology

Ph.D. advisor, Liangfei Ye, Environment and Resources

Ph. D. advisor, Katie Zaman, Sociology

M.S. advisor, Hannah Stern, Environment and Resources, completed 2015

Ph.D. advisor, Sarah Lessem, Sociology, completed 2015

M.A. advisor, Heather Gordon, Sociology, completed 2014

Ph.D. advisor, April Sansom, Environment and Resources, completed 2014

Ph.D. advisor, Jennifer Ashleigh Ross, Environment and Resources, completed 2014

Ph.D. advisor, Janina Mera, Development Studies, completed 2013

Ph.D. advisor, Sandra Sulzer, Sociology, completed 2012

M.A. advisor, Jennifer Randolph, Southeast Asian Studies, completed 2010

M.A. advisor, Rebecca Thompson, Latin American, Caribbean, and Iberian Studies, completed 2010

M.A. advisor, Charity Schmidt, Latin American, Caribbean, and Iberian Studies, completed 2009

BOOKS AND EDITED COLLECTIONS

Stoecker, Randy.  2016.  Liberating Service Learning, and the Rest of Higher Education Civic Engagement. Philadelphia:  Temple University Press.

Stoecker, Randy, Nicholas Holton, and Charles Ganzert (Eds).  2016.  The Landscape of Rural Service Learning, and What It Can Teach Us All.  East Lansing:  Michigan State University Press.

Stoecker, Randy.  2013.  Research Methods for Community Change:  A Project-Based Approach, 2e. Thousand Oaks, CA:  Sage Publications.

Stoecker, Randy (ed.). 1997-2013. "Papers." COMM-ORG: The On-Line Conference on Community Organizing and Development. http://comm-org.wisc.edu/papers.htm

Stoecker, Randy and Elizabeth Tryon (eds.).  2009.  The Unheard Voices:  Community Organizations and Service Learning.  Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

Stoecker, Randy.  2005.  Research Methods for Community Change:  A Project-Based Approach.  Thousand Oaks, CA:  Sage Publications.

Strand, Kerry, Sam Marullo, Nick Cutforth, Randy Stoecker, and Patrick Donohue.  2003. Community-Based Research and Higher Education:  Principles and Practices.  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass.

Simon, Harold, Karen Ceraso, and Randy Stoecker (eds). 1998. "Organize!"--Special issue of Shelterforce: The Journal of Affordable Housing and Community Building.

Stoecker, Randy (ed). 1996. "Sociology and Social Action II" special issue of Sociological Imagination Vol. 33, No. 1. Also at: http://comm-org.wisc.edu/si/sihome.htm

Stoecker, Randy (ed). 1996. "Sociology and Social Action I" special issue of Sociological Imagination Vol. 33, No. 2. Also at: http://comm-org.wisc.edu/si/sihome.htm

Stoecker, Randy. 1994. Defending Community: The Struggle for Alternative Redevelopment in Cedar-Riverside. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

Stoecker, Randy, and Edna Bonacich (eds). 1993. "Participatory Research II" special issue of The American Sociologist Volume 24, No. 1.

Stoecker, Randy, and Edna Bonacich (eds). 1992. "Participatory Research I" special issue of The American Sociologist Volume 23, No. 4.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

Ross, J. Ashleigh, and Randy Stoecker.  Forthcoming.  “The Emotional Context of Higher Education Community Engagement.”  Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship.

Stoecker. Randy.  2014. "Extension and Higher Education Service-Learning:  Toward a Community Development Service-Learning Model."  Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement.  18:15-42

Stoecker, Randy. 2014.   “What if?” The All Ireland Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. 6:166,1-166,16.

Willis, Catherine, and Randy Stoecker.  2013.  "Grassroots Organizations and Leadership Education."  Community Development. 44: 441-455.

Stoecker, Randy.  2012. "CBR and the Two Forms of Social Change." Journal of Rural Social Sciences. 27:83-98.

Stoecker, Randy, Katherine Loving, Molly Reddy, and Nicole Bollig. 2010. "Can Community-Based Research Guide Service-Learning?" Journal of Community Practice 18:280-296.

Stoecker, Randy. 2009. "Are We Talking the Walk of Community-Based Research?" Action Research 7:385-404.

Stoecker, Randy, Catherine Willis, and Arthur Lersch.  2009.  "The Community Leadership Educator’s Perspective on Program Sustainability." Journal of Leadership Education 8:206-223.

Stoecker, Randy.  2008.  "Challenging Institutional Barriers to Community-Based Research." Action Research. 6:49-67.

Tryon, Elizabeth, and Randy Stoecker. 2008. "The Unheard Voices: Community Organizations and Service-Learning." Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement. 12:47-59.

Tryon, Elizabeth, Randy Stoecker, Amy Martin, Kristy SeBlonka, Amy Hilgendorf and Margaret Nellis.  2008. "The Challenge of Short-Term Service Learning." Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning. 14:16-26.

Stoecker, Randy, Amy Hilgendorf and Elizabeth Tryon. 2008. "Information and Communication Technology in Service Learning: A Case Study of Appropriate Use." Service-eLearning: Educating for Citizenship, by Amber Dailey-Hebert, Emily Donnelli, and Laurie DiPadova-Stocks (eds.).  Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Stillman Larry, and Randy Stoecker. 2007. "Community Informatics." Handbook of Research on Public Information Technology, by G. David Garson and Mehdi Khosrow-Pour (eds.).  Hershey, PA:  IGI.

Stoecker, Randy.  2007.  "The Data and Research Practices and Needs of Non-Profit Organizations."  Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare, 34:97-119.

Stoecker, Randy.  2006.  "Neighborhood Data Systems: A Foundation for Resident Participation." Community Development, 37:109-122.

Stoecker, Randy.  2005. "Is Community Informatics Good for Communities?  Questions Confronting an Emerging Field."  Journal of Community Informatics, Vol. 1 no. 3.  

Stillman, Larry, and Randy Stoecker.  2005. "Structuration, ICTs, and Community Work."  Journal of Community Informatics, Vol. 1, no. 3.

Stoecker, Randy.  2003. "Understanding the Development-Organizing Dialectic." Journal of Urban Affairs, 25: 493-512.

Stoecker, Randy et al. 2003. "Community-Based Research Networks: Development and Lessons Learned in an Emerging Field."  Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 9:44-56.

Strand, Kerry, Sam Marullo, Nick Cutforth, Randy Stoecker, and Patrick Donohue.  2003. "Principles of Best Practice for Community-Based Research." Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 9:5-15.

Stoecker, Randy.  2003. "Community-Based Research: From Theory to Practice and Back Again."  Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 9:35-46.

Stoecker, Randy.  2002.  "Practices and Challenges of Community-Based Research."  Journal of Public Affairs. 6:219-239.

Stoecker, Randy.  "Cyberspace vs. Face to face: Community Organizing in the New Millennium."  2002.  Perspectives on Global Development and Technology. 1:143-164.

Stoecker, Randy, and Anna Vakil.  2000.  "States, Culture, and Community Organizing:  Two Tales of Two Neighborhoods. Journal of Urban Affairs. 22:439-458.

Stoecker, Randy.  1999. Making Connections: Community Organizing, Empowerment Planning, and Participatory Research in Participatory Evaluation. Sociological Practice 1:209-232.

Stoecker, Randy, and Angela Stuber. 1999. "Building an Information Superhighway of One's Own: A Comparison of Two Approaches." Research in Politics and Society, Vol. 7.

Stoecker, Randy. 1999. "Are Academics Irrelevant?" Roles for Scholars in Participatory Research." American Behavioral Scientist 42:840-854.

Stall, Susan, and Randy Stoecker. 1998. "Community Organizing or Organizing Community? Gender and the Crafts of Empowerment." Gender and Society 12:729-756. (reprinted in James DeFilippis and Susan Saegert (eds.) The Community Development Reader. Routledge Publications: New York) (translated and reprinted in Sebály Bernadett and Vojtonovszki Bálint (Eds.). 2016. A hatalom társadalma vagy a társadalom hatalma? A közösségszervezés alapjai. Budapest: Napvilág).

Stoecker, Randy. 1998. "Capital Against Community." Research in Community Sociology, Vol. 8, ed. Dan Chekki. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press.

Stoecker, Randy. 1997. "The Community Development Corporation Model of Urban Redevelopment: A Critique and an Alternative." Journal of Urban Affairs 19:1-23. With responses from Rachel Bratt and Dennis Keating, and a rejoinder: "Should We, Could We, Change the CDC Model? Reply to Bratt and Keating." Journal of Urban Affairs 19:35-44. (reprinted in James DeFilippis and Susan Saegert (eds.) The Community Development Reader. Routledge Publications: New York).

Stoecker, Randy, and Angela C. S. Stuber. 1997. "Limited Access: The Information Superhighway and Ohio's Neighborhood-Based Organizations." Computers in Human Services. 14:39-57.

Stoecker, Randy. 1995. "Community Organizing and Community Development in Cedar-Riverside and East Toledo: A Comparative Study." Journal of Community Practice, 2:1-23.

Stoecker, Randy. 1995. "Community, Movement, Organization: The Problem of Identity Convergence in Collective Action." The Sociological Quarterly 36:111-130.

Stoecker, Randy, Joan Mullin, Mary Schmidbauer, and Michelle Young. 1993. "Integrating Writing and the Teaching Assistant to Enhance Critical Pedagogy." Teaching Sociology 21:1-9.

Tracy, Elizabeth, and Randy Stoecker. 1993. "Homelessness: The Service Providers' Perspective on Blaming the Victim." Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare 20:43-59.

Stoecker, Randy. 1993. "The Federated Front-Stage Structure and Localized Social Movements: A Case Study of the Cedar-Riverside Neighborhood Movement." Social Science Quarterly 74:169-184.

Stoecker, Randy, and David Beckwith. 1992. "Advancing Toledo's Neighborhood Movement Through Participatory Action Research: Integrating Activist and Academic Approaches." The Clinical Sociology Review 10:198-213.

Stoecker, Randy. 1992. "Who Takes Out the Garbage? Social Reproduction as a Neglected Dimension of Social Movement Research." Perspectives on Social Problems, Vol. 3, ed. Gale Miller and James A. Holstein. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press.

Stoecker, Randy, and Mary Schmidbauer. 1991. "Local State Reform and Class Struggle: The Case of Toledo, Ohio." Critical Sociology 18:99-123

Stoecker, Randy. 1991. "Evaluating and Rethinking the Case Study." The Sociological Review 39:88-112.

Stoecker, Randy. 1990. "Taming the Beast: Maintaining Democracy in Community-Controlled Redevelopment." The Berkeley Journal of Sociology 35:107-126.

Stoecker, Randy. 1990. "Strategies for Enhancing Learning in the Blowoff Course." Innovative Higher Education 14:141-153.

Stoecker, Randy. 1989. "Critical Theory and Feminist Praxis." Humanity and Society 13:344-364.

Bouzard, Gayle Gordon, Kristin Jonasdottir, Michael E. O'Neal, and Randy Stoecker (collective authorship). 1987. "Sociology Out to Lunch: Grad Students' Treat." The American Sociologist, 18:69-73.

Fine, Gary Alan, and Randy Stoecker. 1985. "Can the Circle Be Unbroken? Small Groups and Social Movements." Advances in Group Processes: Theory and Research, Volume II, ed. Edward J. Lawler. Greenwich, Connecticut: JAI Press. (Reprinted in Social Psychology: Sociological Contributions, ed. Edward J. Lawler and Barry Markovsky. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, 1991.)

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

Stoecker, Randy. Forthcoming. "The Fundamental Lesson." In Corey Dolgon, Tania Mitchell, and Timothy K. Eatman (eds.) Cambridge Handbook on Service Learning and Community Engagement. New York:  Cambridge University Press.

Stoecker, Randy.  Forthcoming. "Participatory Action Research," In A. Javier Treviño (ed.) Cambridge Handbook of Social Problems.  New York:  Cambridge University Press.

Stoecker, Randy.  2015. "Community Development." In David Coghlan and Mary Brydon-Miller (eds.) Encyclopedia of Action Research.  Thousand Oaks:  CA:  Sage Publications.

Stoecker, Randy.  2015. "Saul Alinsky."  In David Coghlan and Mary Brydon-Miller (eds.) Encyclopedia of Action Research.  Thousand Oaks:  CA:  Sage Publications.

Stoecker, Randy.  2015. "Ladder of Citizen Participation."  In David Coghlan and Mary Brydon-Miller (eds.) Encyclopedia of Action Research.  Thousand Oaks:  CA:  Sage Publications.

Stoecker, Randy, and Mary Beckman.  2014. "Making Higher Education Civic Engagement Matter in the Community."  In Jason A. Laker, Kornelija Mrnjaus, and Concepción Naval (eds.) Citizenship, Democracy, and the University: Theory and Practice in Europe and North America.

Brydon-Miller, Mary, and Randy Stoecker. 2013. "Community covenantal ethics: Case studies in community-based research." ALARA World Congress Proceedings, 2012.

Brydon-Miller, Mary, David Coghlan, Rosalie Holian, Patricia Maguire and Randy Stoecker. 2013.  "Covenantal ethics for action research: Creating a new strategy for ethical review." ALARA World Congress Proceedings, 2012.

Hidayat, Dadit, Randy Stoecker, and Heather Gates.  2013.  "Promoting Community Environmental Sustainability Using a Project-Based Approach." In Kathleen Odell Korgen and Jonathan White (eds.) Sociologists in Action: Sociology, Social Change and Social Justice.  Thousand Oaks, CA:  Pine Forge Press.

Stoecker, Randy, and Mary Brydon-Miller.  2013. "Action Research."  In Audrey A. Trainor and Elizabeth Graue (eds.), Reviewing Qualitative Research in the Social  Sciences,  New York:  Routledge.

Stoecker, Randy.  2013.  Review of Change Research: A Case Study on Collaborative Methods for Social Workers and Advocates By Corey S. Shdaimah, Roland W. Stahl, and Sanford F. Schram. Social Service Review, 87:203-207

Stoecker, Randy.  2012.  Review of Research for Organizing Toolkit, Shelterforce, spring.

Willis, Catherine, Crystel Anders, and Randy Stoecker.  2011.  "When the Community Leads." In Leslie Hossfeld, Gwen Nyden, Phil Nyden (eds.) Public Sociology: Research, Action, and Change.  Thousand Oaks, CA: Pine Forge Press.

Loving, Katherine, Randy Stoecker, and Molly Reddy.  2011.  "Service-Learning, Technology, Nonprofits, and Institutional Limitations."  In Melody Bowdon and Russell Carpenter (eds) Higher Education, Emerging Technologies, and Community Partnerships: Concepts, Models, and Applications. Hershey, PA:  IGI Global.

Stoecker, Randy, Mary Beckman, and Bo Hee Min. 2010. "Evaluating the Community Impact of Higher Education Civic Engagement."  In Hiram E. Fitzgerald, Diane L. Zimmerman, Cathy Burack, and Sarena Seifer (eds.) Handbook of Engaged Scholarship: The Contemporary Landscape. Volume Two: Community-Campus Partnerships.  East Lansing, Michigan State University Press.

Stoecker, Randy.  2010.  "Capacity Building and Community Power." In Sue Kenny and Matthew Clarke (eds.) Challenging Capacity Building:  Comparative Perspectives.  London:  Palgrave and Macmillan.

Stoecker, Randy.  2010.  "Has the Fight Gone out of Organizing."  Shelterforce, spring. http://www.shelterforce.org/article/1983/has_the_fight_gone_out_of_organizing/.

Stoecker, Randy. 2010.  "Community Organizing." In Robert Hutchinson (ed.) Encyclopedia of Urban Studies.  Thousand Oaks:  Sage.

Stoecker, Randy.  2010.  "Community Development." In Robert Hutchinson (ed.) Encyclopedia of Urban Studies.  Thousand Oaks:  Sage.

Stoecker, Randy.  2010.  "Saul Alinsky."  In Robert Hutchinson (ed.) Encyclopedia of Urban Studies.  Thousand Oaks:  Sage.

Stoecker, Randy.  2009.  "Community Organizing and Social Change."  Contexts Magazine, 8:20-25.

Stoecker, Randy.  2008.  "Ethics of Community Informatics Research and Practice."  In Doug Schuler (ed.) Liberating Voices:  A Pattern Language for Communication Revolution.  Boston:  MIT Press.

Stoecker, Randy.  2008.  Review of Visions of Development:  Faith-Based Initiatives, ed. Wendy Tyndale.  Community Development Journal, 43:254-256.

Stoecker, Randy and Larry Stillman.  2007.  "Who Leads, Who Remembers, Who Speaks."  Constructing and Sharing Memory Community Informatics, Identity and Empowerment. Selected papers from the 3rd Prato International Community Informatics Conference; Community Informatics Research Network 9- 11 October 2006.  Newcastle upon Tyle, UK:  Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Stoecker, Randy.  2006.  Review of Promise and Betrayal: Universities and the Battle for Sustainable Urban Neighborhoods, by John I. Gilderbloom and R.L. Mullins Jr. Shelterforce, No. 148.

Stoecker, Randy.  2005.  "The Last Line of Defense."  Shelterforce, No. 143, September/October, http://www.nhi.org/online/issues/143/lastdefense.html.

Stoecker, Randy.  2005. "The Foundation of Community Information Technology: Community-Based Research."  Community Technology Review. Spring-Summer.  http://www.comtechreview.org/spring-summer-2005/000311.html.

Susan Stall and Randy Stoecker.  2005.  "Toward A Gender Analysis Of Community Organizing Models: Liminality And The Intersection Of Spheres"  (revised version of 1998 Gender and Society article in Merideth Minkler (ed.) Community Organizing and Community Building for Health, 2E.  NJ:  Rutgers University Press.

Stoecker, Randy.  2004. "Toward a People's Technology." In Larry Stillman (ed.) Community and Information Technology: The Big Questions. Melbourne, Australia: Australian Scholarly Publishing.

Stoecker Randy.  2004. "The Mystery of the Missing Social Capital and the Ghost of Social Structure:  Why Community Development Can't Win."  In Rob Silverman (ed.) Community-Based Organizations in Contemporary Urban Society: The Intersection of Social Capital and Local Context.  Detroit: Wayne State University Press.

Stoecker, Randy.  2004.  Review of: Smart Mobs:  The Next Social Revolution, by Howard Rheingold.  Contemporary Sociology, 33:681-682.

Stoecker, Randy. 2004. Review of Organizing Access to Capital: Advocacy and the Democratization of Financial Institutions. Contemporary Sociology, 33: 480-482.

Stoecker, Randy.  2003. "Are Academics Irrelevant?  Approaches and Roles for Scholars in Community-Based Participatory Research" (revised version of 1999 American Behavioral Scientist article). In Nina Wallerstein and Meredith Minkler (eds.) Community Based Participatory Research in Health.  Hoboken, NJ: Jossey-Bass.

Stoecker, Randy.  2003. "Comment on William M. Rohe and Rachel G. Bratt's 'Failures, Downsizings, and Mergers among Community Development Corporations': Defending Community Development Corporations or Defending Communities?"  Housing Policy Debate, 14:47-56.

Stoecker, Randy.  2003. "Choices in Community-Higher Education Collaborations." PLA Notes 48:42-46.

Stoecker, Randy. 2001. "Community Development and Community Organizing: Apples and Oranges?  Chicken and Egg?"  In Ron Hayduk and Ben Shepard (eds.) From ACT UP to the WTO: Urban Protest and Community Building in the Era of Globalization.  New York: Verso.

Stoecker, Randy. 1999. "The Titanic, Pizza Delivery, Community Development, and the Internet." In Andrew Funston (ed.) Communities Networking/Networking Communities:  Proceedings of the 1998 National Conference, Melbourne, Australia: Community Quarterly.

Stoecker, Randy.  1998.  "Can Sociologists Change the World?"  In Patrick McGuire and Linda Pertusatti (eds.) Toward a Second Dimension:  A Sociology Reader. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall-Hunt.

Stoecker, Randy. 1997 "The Imperfect Practice of Collaborative Research: The Working Group on Neighborhoods in Toledo, Ohio" In Phil Nyden et al. (eds.) Building Community: Social Science in Action. Thousand Oaks, CA: Pine Forge Press.

Morrissey, Marietta, and Randy Stoecker (joint authorship). 1994. "Marxist Theory and the Oppression of Women." In Patrick McGuire and Donald McQuarie (eds.) Marxist Sociology: Surveys of Contemporary Theory and Research. New York: General Hall.

RECENT COMMUNITY-BASED RESEARCH REPORTS

Stoecker, Randy, Erica Anderson, Cecillia Borleske, Martin Brubaker, Brittney Ehlers, Madeleine Fischer, Ryan Grist, Kathryn Hafemann, Jacqueline Hazelwood, Taylor Kaspar, Tounhia Khang, Jennifer Kovachevich, Alexandra Kubiak, Kevin Kutz, Frank Laufenberg, Leah Leonard, Julia Prieto, Olivia Riedel, Christopher Smith, Heather Wittrock. 2015. Research for Justified Anger: reports on education, economic development, health and wellness, incarceration, and leadership.

Stoecker, Randy, Liangfei Ye, Jared Burris, Trager Metge, and Natalie Strait. 2015.  Research for Community GroundWorks:  Small-scale organic farmer education programs; funding sources for small-scale organic farmer education programs; survey of prospective participants for small-scale organic farmer education programs.

Stoecker, Randy, Nadia Carlson, Jenna Dart, Sonya Sedegui, Gabriel Orduna.  2015.  Research for Neighborhood House, continued:  100 Years of Neighborhood House.

Stoecker, Randy, Nadia Carlson, Jenna Dart, Elly Evans, Sean Fitzgerald, Dillon Flynn, Forrect Gauthier, William Gehl, Anthony Grolemund, David Grube, James Hickey, Margrethe Hippensteel, Samantha Lewis, Kimberly Mayer, Krystal McCalvy, Erika Nickels, Gabriel Orduna, Daria Rydzak, Sonya Sedegui, Desire Smith, Robyn Steinerman, Zoe Sumnicht, Thuy Dan Tran, Emily Young.  2014.  Research for Neighborhood House, first draft:  100 Years of Neighborhood House.

Willis,Catherine, and Randy Stoecker.  Minden Hills and Haliburton County Consumer Survey.  Prepared for U-Links and Township of Minden Hills. 

Stoecker, Randy, Devorah Arnold, Kasandra Brown, Taylor Gendel, Allison Guertler, Kristi Hammond, Dylan Jordee, Tammy Nguyen, Bethanee Nitz, Olivia Ramoino, Kelsey Schroeder, Joseph Shook, Nikolas Simonson, Robert Stupar, Stephanie Tallman, Laura Thiessen.  2012.  Research for southwest Madison neighborhood house planning, continued:  Needs and assets surveys of residents.  Prepared for SouthWest Madison Community Organizers and Hammersley area leaders group.

Stoecker, Randy, Ashleigh Ross, Annabelle Potvin, Shelbi Jentz, and Lamar Shackerford.  2012.  Research for southwest Madison neighborhood house planning.  Prepared for SouthWest Madison Community Organizers.

Willis, Catherine, and Randy Stoecker.  2011. "Building a Community: Report to Community Shares of Wisconsin, September 2011."  Prepared for Community Shares of Wisconsin.

Stoecker, Randy, Dadit Hidayat, Chris Arnold, Grace Boblick, Michael Bukas, Mikaela Frazier, Lauren Heffron, Benjamin Kiner, Kendall King, Michael Lambeth, Cynthia Novak, Anna Parrell, Graham Ryan, and Brady Wolff.  2011.  "Results of the UW Capstone Monona Sustainability Survey."  Prepared for The Natural Step Monona. 

Stoecker, Randy, and Catherine Willis.  2009.  "Understanding the 2004 Cohort of Community Shares of Wisconsin."  Prepared for Community Shares of Wisconsin.

Stoecker, Randy, and Catherine Willis, with Dan Hill, Sarah Burgert, and Art Lersch.  2008.  "Challenges, Best Practices, and Creative Tensions in Wisconsin’s Community-Based Leadership Education Programs." Prepared for the University of Wisconsin Extension CNRED Community Leadership team.

Stoecker, Randy, and Catherine Willis, with Dan Hill, Sarah Burgert, and Art Lersch.  2008.   "The Community Leadership Educator's Perspective on Program Sustainability."  Prepared for the University of Wisconsin Extension CNRED Community Leadership team.

Stoecker, Randy.  2007.  "Creative Tensions in Funder-Fundee Relations."  Prepared for the State of Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services Model Communities Program.

Stoecker, Randy, and Trish O'Kane.  2007.  "On the Challenges and Support Needs of Community Leadership Educators in Wisconsin."  Prepared for University of Wisconsin Extension CNRED Community Leadership team.

Stoecker, Randy, and Trish O'Kane.  2007.  "State Associations and Other Forms of Infrastructure Support for Leadership Development Educators."  Prepared for University of Wisconsin Extension CNRED Community Leadership team.

Stoecker, Randy.  2007.  "Side Effects? Personal Impacts of GLC."  Prepared for the Grassroots Leadership College, Madison, Wisconsin.

Stoecker, Randy.  2007. “Order has Nothing to do with Productivity”:  Creative Tensions in the 2006 Model Communities Planning Process."  Prepared for the State of Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services Model Communities Program.

Stoecker, Randy.  2006.  "Participant Reflections on the Quad Counties Summer VISTA Program." Prepared for University of Wisconsin Extension Quad Counties staff.

Stoecker, Randy.  2006. "Learning from Each Other: Report to the Grassroots Leadership College." Prepared for the Grassroots Leadership College, Madison, Wisconsin.

Stoecker, Randy, with Sue Wuest and Gregg Rice. 2005. “The State of Hispanics/Latino/as in Lucas County and its Surrounds.” Prepared for the Hispanic/Latino Strategic Alliance of Greater Toledo.

Stoecker, Randy. 2005. “A Neighborhood Data System for Toledo: A Demonstration Project and Best Practices Analysis.” Prepared for the University of Toledo Urban Affairs Center.

Stoecker, Randy. 2004. “‘Are We Making a Change?’ The Data and Research Needs of Toledo Area Non-Profit Organizations.” Prepared for the University of Toledo Urban Affairs Center.

Stoecker, Randy. 2004. “The Power of Relationships: Northwest Ohio Community Shares.” Prepared for the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy.

Stillman, Larry, and Randy Stoecker. 2004. “Empowerment for the West: Project Report.” Prepared for Monash University, Melbourne Australia, and the Melbourne western region neighbourhood houses.

IN PROGRESS

Article with Ming Hu, "Rethinking Participatory Development in the Context of a Strong State: Evidence from China, ".

Stoecker, Randy. “About the Localized Social Movement.” Chapter prepared for the Handbook of Community Movements and Local Organizations. Eds. Ram Cnaan and Carl Milofsky.

Participatory action research on community-based research brokering, Trent Community Research Centre, U-Links, and C-Links, Ontario, Canada.

Historical recovery research on 100 years of history with Neighborhood House, Madison, WI.

Participatory action research with Urban Community Arts Network on discrimination against hip hop in Madison, WI.

Research project on attraction and retention of young adults in Wisconsin communities.

GRANTS AND CONTRACTS

2017-2018: Project to study impace of elder civic engagement on rural community development.  Funded by United States Department of Agriculture Hatch grant, approximately $33,000.

2015-2017: Project to understand how rural communities can recruit and retain young people, with Katherine Curtis.  Funded by United States Department of Agriculture Hatch grant, approximately $140,000.

2014-2015:  Project to develop participatory education process with small-scale sustainable farmers led by Community GroundWorks.  Funded by University of Wisconsin Nelson Institute Zieve Graduate Assistantship (funds a thirty-three percent assistantship for two semesters plus $1,000).

2011-2013: Project to do community building and youth organizing in southwest Madison, with Brian Christens. Funded by University of Wisconsin Reilly Baldwin Wisconsin Idea Endowment, $99,958. With matching grant from the University of Wisconsin Morgridge Center for Public Service, $22,525.

2012-2013: Project to study outcomes of action plan of The Natural Step Monona.  Funded by University of Wisconsin Nelson Institute Zieve Graduate Assistantship (funds a thirty-three percent assistantship for two semesters plus $1,000).

2011-2012: Project to implement action plan of The Natural Step Monona.  Funded by University of Wisconsin Nelson Institute Zieve Graduate Assistantship (funds a thirty-three percent assistantship for two semesters plus $1,000).

2010-2011: Project to study effectiveness of The Natural Step Monona.  Funded by University of Wisconsin Nelson Institute Zieve Graduate Assistantship (funds a thirty-three percent assistantship for two semesters plus $1,000).

2010-2011: Project to study inter-organizational relationships of Community Shares of Wisconsin.  Funded by University of Wisconsin Graduate School, $29,375.  With matching grant from the University of Wisconsin Morgridge Center for Public Service, $13,815.

2010: Project to advance rural service learning, with Pamela Proulx-Curry. Funded by North Central Regional Center for Rural Development, $14,700.

2008-2010:  Project to study relationships between community-based leadership development education and community organizing as strategies to improve civic engagement in Wisconsin.  Funded by United States Department of Agriculture Hatch grant, $53,328.

2008-2009: Project to develop social network software to support a community information technology science shop.  Funded by University of Wisconsin Division of Information Technology, $5,000.

2007-2008:  Project to establish a community information technology science shop.  Funded by Corporation for National and Community Service through Princeton University, $19,500.

2007-2008:  Planning grant to develop international participatory evaluation plan for participatory action research.  Funded by World Universities Network, $5,000.

2007:  Grant for best practices study of state leadership associations and needs association of Wisconsin leadership educators.  Funded by University of Wisconsin-Extension, $3,000.

2006-2007:  Participatory Evaluation of Model Communities project.  Funded by State of Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services, $28,964.

2006: Participatory Evaluation of Quad Counties Summer VISTA program.  Funded by University of Wisconsin Extension, $9,552.

2006-2008:  Study of nonprofit access to service learning across the state of Wisconsin.  United States Department of Agriculture Hatch grant. $51,300.

2006:  Study of what works and what doesn’t in service learning for community organizations. Funded by University of Wisconsin Morgridge Center, $1,500.

2005:  Study of Hispanic/Latino population characteristics and community organization networks for the Hispanic/Latino Strategic Alliance of Greater Toledo.  Funded by the University of Toledo Urban Affairs Center, $6,000.

2004-2005:  Continuation of nonprofit research and data needs project:  feasibility study of a neighborhood indicators system for Toledo.  Funded by the University of Toledo Urban Affairs Center, $5,000.

2004:  Community-based research project focusing on research and data needs of nonprofit organizations in the Toledo, Ohio metropolitan area.  Funded by University of Toledo Urban Affairs Center, $5,000.

2003-2004:  Case study research of Northwest Ohio Community Shares alternative fund.  Funded by National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy, $4,000

2002-2003: Participatory evaluation of Lagrange neighborhood Weed and Seed program. Funded by United States Department of Justice Weed and Seed program, $25,000.

2001-2003:  Participatory evaluation research with Phase II of Bonner Foundation Community Research Program.   Funded through Corella and Bertram F. Bonner Foundation, $30,000.

2002:  Community Organization documentation and evaluation, Cedar-Riverside neighborhood, Minneapolis.  Funded by UT URAF program, $5,000.

2001-2002:  Community Organization Directory and Assessment project, Cedar-Riverside neighborhood, Minneapolis.  Funded by West Bank Community Development Corporation, $15,000.

2001:  Documentation research of ACORN Toledo community organizing and development training program.  Funded by UT Urban Affairs Center, $5,000.

1999-2000: Participatory research with Phase I of Bonner Foundation Community Research Program.  Funded by Campus Compact, $7,250, 1999-2000.

1998-2000: Participatory evaluation research with Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN) in Chicago and Toledo to understand effects of organizing training and education activities.  Funded by ACORN, Toledo Community Foundation, and Needmor Fund, $21,682.

1996: Project to help Ohio neighborhood-based organizations achieve and use Internet access to build Ohio-wide coalition of neighborhood-based organizations and university researchers. Funded by State of Ohio Board of Regents Urban University Program, $28,160.

1995: Project to conduct comparative needs and resources assessment of Ohio urban neighborhood-based organizations using community-university collaborative methodology, with Ron Randall. Funded by State of Ohio Board of Regents Urban University Program, $69,800.

1990: University of Toledo Faculty Research Award Fellowship (to fund study of foundation funding of community-based development organizations across urban areas. $5,000.

INVITED ADDRESSES AND PRESENTATIONS

"Toward Liberating Service Learning."  Keynote address prepared for the New England Faculty Development Consortium, Worcester, MA, 2016.

"Messing With Categories."  Keynote address prepared for Engaged Scholar Day, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, 2015.

"From First Contact to Full Impact:  Community-Based Research in Motion."  Presentation prepared for Western University Public Sociology Colloquium Series, London, Ontario, 2015.

"Rethinking Community Based Research."  Keynote address prepared for the Summer Workshop Series: Collaborative Research in Community Contexts, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, 2014.

 "Engaged Scholarship for Social Change: It’s Not Difficult, Just Hard."  Keynote address prepared for the 6th Annual Symposium of the NYMAPS Collaborative, New York, NY, 2014.

"Rethinking Engaged Learning:  Who, How, Why."  Keynote address prepared for the AAEEBL Midwest US Regional Conference, Ann Arbor, MI, 2014.

"Learning, Service, Community, and Change: Challenging the Conventions of University-Community Engagement."  Presentation, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, 2014

“Research and Social Change: The Ethics and Practice of Producing Knowledge for Social Transformation.” Presentation, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 2014.

"The Nuts and Bolts of Engaging Community around Local Issues."  Keynote address prepared for the Utah Engaged Faculty Institute, Homestead Resort, Midway, Utah, 2013.

“Rethinking Higher Education Community Engagement:  New Theories, New Practices.” Presentation, Trent University, Peterborough, ON, Canada, 2013.

Stoecker, Randy.  “Hopes and Fears in Higher Education Community Engagement.”  Presentation, Trent University, Peterborough, ON, Canada, 2013.

"Meeting the Challenges, and Realizing the Promises, of Higher Education Community Engagement."  Presentation, Kenyon College, Gambier, OH, 2013.

"Beginning with Community."  Presentation, UW System Civic Engagement Impacts Meeting, Wisconsin Dells, 2013.

"Community Change and the College Classroom."  Keynote address prepared for the NEW ERA Faculty Dialogue Group annual conference, University of Wisconsin-Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac, WI, 2013.

"The Value of Service-Learning." Keynote address prepared for Service Learning Showcase, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, 2013.

"From Colonizing Research to Strategizing Change."  Presentation, International Studies in Planning lecture series, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, 2013.

"Toward Higher Education Civic Engagement that Matters." Keynote address prepared for the Summit on Service Learning, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI, 2013.

"Beyond the Savior-Servant-Scallywag Syndrome:  Toward Authentic Community Engagement."  Keynote address prepared for the Michigan Campus Compact Civic Engagement and Service Learning Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, 2012. 

"Meeting the Challenges, and Realizing the Promises, of Higher Education Community Engagement."  Presentation, Seattle University, 2012.

"An Academic-Community Partnership for Addressing Environmental Problems." Prepared for Wednesday Night at the Lab, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2011, with Dadit Hidayat and Heather Gates.

"Community Outcomes."  Keynote address prepared for the Canadian Alliance for Community Service Learning Symposium, Waterloo Region, Ontario, Canada, 2011.

"Building Partnerships with Service Learning."  Keynote address prepared for the Fourth Annual Great Northwoods Service Learning Conference, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, 2011.

"A New Age of Student Civic Engagement?"  Presentation, Belmont University, Nashville, TN, 2011.

"Academic Service Learning:  How to Connect to the Community."  Presentation, Northern Michigan University, 2011.

"Higher Education Community Engagement in Rural Areas," NCRCRD Webinar Series, 2011.

"When the Community Leads: Making Higher Education Relevant," with Crystel Anders and Catherine Willis.  Morgridge Center for Public Service, University of Wisconsin, 2011.

"Luke Skywalker or Darth Vader:  Competing Paradigms in Community-Engaged Scholarship."  Presentation, Cornell University, 2010.

"The CDC Model of Urban Redevelopment:  Lessons Learned from the Place-Based Approach."  Presentation, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis Community Development Forum, 2010.

"Maximizing the Community Benefits of Service-Learning."  With Elizabeth Tryon and Amy Mondloch.  Community-Campus Partnerships for Health Educational Conference Call, 2010.

"Campus-Community Collaborations: New Models for Real Outcomes." Presentation, Duffy Colloquium, Beloit College Liberal Arts in Practice Center, 2010.

"Service Learning in Metropolis and Beyond."  Keynote address prepared for the 7th Annual Eastern Carolina University Conference on Service Learning, 2010.

“Community Engagement across the Curriculum: Considerations of Student and Community Impact.” Presentation, Clark University Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, 2010.

"Community Engagement and the Two Forms of Social Change."  Presentation, Cornell University Public Service Center seminar series, 2010.

"Research as Colonization: Ending Our Complicity in Oppressive Global Relations."  Keynote address prepared for the Sixth Annual Social Theory Forum, University of Massachusetts, Boston, 2009.

"Removing Barriers and Biases - Finding Common Interests for Improved Health." Northern Midwest Regional Community Engagement Workshop.  University of Chicago, Chicago, WI, 2008.

"Dating to Marriage:  The Community-School Relationship."  Keynote address prepared for South Eastern Wisconsin Service Learning Consortium Service Learning Academy,   St. Francis, WI, 2008.

"Who is Served by Service Learning?"  University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, 2008.

"Community-Based Research:  Tapping the Power of University-Community Collaborations."  Appalachian State University, Boone, NC, 2008.

"CBR 4 CBOs:  What the Heck is that?"  Prepared for Boone, North Carolina community, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC, 2008.

"CBR and the Two Forms of Social Change."  Keynote address prepared for Learn and Serve America: Higher Education National Community-Based Research Networking Initiative Subgrantee Meeting, St. Paul, Minnesota, 2007.

"Honey, Vinegar, Community Organizing, and the Political Opportunity Structure," Department of Rural Sociology Seminar Series, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI.  2007.

"Community Based Research," School of Music and Center for Community Networking Research, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia. 2007.

"Research for Social Change," Centre for Human Rights Education and Department of Social Work and Social Policy, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Australia. 2007.

"The (dis)Connection between Community Engagement and Community Development."  Sociology Speaker Series.  Belmont University, Nashville, Tennessee.  2007.

“Confrontation or Consensus: Which Path to the Participatory City." Mary Jo Huth Memorial Urban Symposium lecture.  University of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio.  2006.  

"Dos and Don'ts in Participatory Research."  Hardy Chair Lecture Series.  Hartwick College, Oneonta, NY, 2006.

"Dating to Marriage:  The Opportunities & Challenges of Long-Term University Commitment to Community." Keynote address delivered to the U-Links annual Celebration of Research, Haliburton, Ontario, Canada.  2006.

"Savior, Servant, or Scallywag:  Ethical Challenges of Community Engagement."  Trent University Ashley Fellowship lecture, Peterborough, Ontario, 2006.

"Why Don't We do More Participatory Research."  Keynote address delivered to The First CSU Conference on Community-Based Teaching and Research: Creating Knowledge and Building Community. Cal Poly, Pomona.  2006. 

 "Creative Tensions in North American Participatory Action Research." Primer encuentro Internacional de Investigadores en Acción PICE, Venezuela, 2005. (video presentation).

"Creative Tensions in the New Community-Based Research."  Keynote address delivered to the Community-Based Research Network Symposium, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada, 2004.  

"Toward a People's Technology."  Keynote address delivered to the "Community and Information Technology: the Big Questions" search conference, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia. 2002.

"Community-University Collaborations:  Future Choices."  Keynote address delivered to the University of Texas El Paso Center for Civic Engagement's 4th Annual Retreat, 2002.

"Some Questions as we Begin:  Thinking About Community-Based Research."  Keynote address delivered to the "Best Practices in Undergraduate Community-Based Research:  Challenges and Opportunities for the Research University" conference, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 2002. 

"Power or Programs? Two Paths to Community Development." Keynote address delivered to the International Association for Community Development Conference, Rotorua, New Zealand, 2001.

"The "Dot-Orging" of Community:  Community Change, Development, and the Internet." Keynote address, Creating and Sustaining On-Line Communities 2000 conference, Mandurah, Western Australia, Australia, 2000. 

"The Titanic, Pizza Delivery, Community Development, and the Internet."  Keynote address, Third Communities Networking/Networking Communities Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 1998. 

RECENT CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

 

Stoecker, Randy.  "Liberating Service Learning and the Rest of Higher Education Civic Engagement."  7th Living Knowledge Conference, Dublin, Ireland, 2016.

Stoecker, Randy, Matthew Calvert, and Daniel Veroff. "Gaining and Retaining Young Adults in Communities." Presented at the UWEX CRD Annual Symposium, Treehaven, Tomahawk, WI, 2016.

Stoecker, Randy, Liangfei Ye, Todd Flournoy, Amanda Hoffma.  "Youth-drain and brain-drain, or brain-gain and boomerangs?"  Rural Sociological Society annual meetings, Bloomington, MN, 2016.

Stoecker, Randy, Judy Brey, and John Dietz.  "Grassroots Groups in Action - Round Table on Improving the Effectiveness of your Grassroots Group:"  Wisconsin Grassroots Network Festival, Mazomanie, WI, 2016.

Stoecker, Randy, "Community-Based Participatory Research."  Community Development Extension Institute, Jackson, WY, 2016.

Stoecker, Randy, Liangfei Ye, Todd Flournoy.  "Gaining and Retaining Young People-which Wisconsin Cities are winning the Millennial Sweepstakes " 2016 Urban Policy Forum, League of Wisconsin Municipalities.

Stoecker, Randy.   “Liberating Service Learning:  Exploring a New Conceptual Framework.” Campus Compact 30th Anniversary Conference, Boston, MA, 2016. 

Stoecker, Randy.  "Liberating Service Learning."  Midwest ECO Conference.  Madison, WI, 2015.

Stoecker, Randy, Catherine Willis, Todd Barr, Joshua Feltham. "Creating Community-Based Leadership to Guide Higher Education Engagement in Urban and Rural Settings." C2UExpo, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, 2015.

Stoecker, Randy.  "Changing the Way We Change the System." 2015 NCWIT Summit on Women and IT: practices and ideas to revolutionize computing, Hilton Head, SC, 2015.

Stoecker, Randy.  "Learning, Service, Community, and Change:  Challenging the Conventions of University-Community Engagement." 15th Annual Engagement Scholarship Consortium Conference, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, 2014.

Stoecker, Randy. "Learning, Service, Community, and Change:  The Surprising Problems with the Core Concepts of Higher Education Community Engagement."  Upper Midwest Civic Engagement Summit, Menomonie, WI, 2014.

Mungavan, Tim, Anne Gomez, Randy Stoecker, and Hussein Ahmed.  "A Half-Century of Higher Education Community Engagement in Cedar-Riverside:  The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly." What Went Wrong:  Reflecting and Learning from Community-Engaged Research, July 11-12, Minneapolis, MN, 2014.

 Stoecker, Randy, and Clara Roman-Odio.  "Building a Community-Based Research Infrastructure in a Liberal Arts College from Scratch."  6th Living Knowledge Conference, 9-11 April, Copenhagen, Denmark 2014.

Stoecker, Randy, and Brian Christens.  "Community-Led Collaboration for Real Outcomes."  6th Living Knowledge Conference, 9-11 April, Copenhagen, Denmark 2014.

Stoecker, Randy, Brian Christens, and Kim Neuschel. " Many Partners, Many Community Residents, Many Moving Parts: Bringing it All Together for Maximum Community Impact." CU-Expo, Corner Brook, Newfoundland, CA, 2013.

Stoecker, Randy, Catherine Willis, and Crystel Anders.  "Community-Based Research and Non-Profit Organizations: Funding Movement Building with Community Shares of Wisconsin." CU-Expo, Corner Brook, Newfoundland, CA, 2013.

Stoecker, Randy, and Brian Christens.  “Why Academics do CBR.”  Midwest Knowledge Mobilization Network meeting, Madison, WI, 2013.

Braatz, Jerry, Laura Dombrock, Amy Greil, Randy Stoecker and Ann Wied. "Organizing Neighborhoods for Community Development and Change."  National Urban Extension Conference.  Kansas City, KS, 2013.

Stoecker, Randy, and Spencer Wood.  "The State of Rural Service Learning." Rural Sociological Society Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, 2012.

Braatz, Jerry, Steve Chmielewski, Laura Dombrock, Amy Greil, Randy Stoecker, Ann Wied. "Organizing Neighborhoods for Community Development." CNRED Program Colloquium & CRD Symposium, Wisconsin Dells, WI, 2012.

Nyden, Phil, and Randy Stoecker.  "A brief History of Science Shops."  Midwest Science Shop meeting, Chicago, IL, 2012.

Stoecker, Randy.  “What I’ve Learned from Community Engagement Professionals:  My Own Service-Learning Reflection Paper.” National Outreach and Engagement Scholarship Conference, Outreach & Engagement Staff Pre-conference Workshop, East Lansing, MI, 2011.

Willis, Catherine, and Randy Stoecker.  "Grassroots Civic Engagement Organizations and Leadership Education."  Rural Sociological Society Annual Conference, Boise, ID, 2011.

Stoecker, Randy, Catherine Willis and Crystel Anders.  "Workplace Campaigns:  From Access to Outcomes."  Community Shares USA Conference, Chicago, 2011.

Braatz, Jerry, Ann Wied, Randy Stoecker, Maria Habib, Martha Hubert. "Crossing Program Barriers, a Team Approach to Delivering Urban Extension Outreach."  Urban Extension Conference, Des Moines, IA, 2011.

Stoecker, Randy, and Mary Beckman. "A Community Development Model for Higher Education Community Engagement."  CU-Expo Conference, Waterloo Region, Ontario, Canada, 2011.

Braatz, Jerry, Steven Chmielewski, Laura Dombrock, Maria Habib, Jan Skell, and Randy Stoecker, Crossing Program Barriers: A Team Approach to Delivering Urban Extension Outreach.University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension State Conference, Madison, 2010.

Stoecker, Randy.  "County Extension and College Students."  Poster Presentation.  University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension State Conference, Madison, 2010.

Stoecker, Randy. "What is a Healthy Community?" Altering the Face and the Heart of America:  The Gard Symposium.  Madison, WI, 2010.

Stoecker, Randy, Catherine Willis, Crystel Anders, Myla Burns, and Deb Furry.  "Research Based Strategies --Testing CS WI Assumptions for Growth." Community Shares USA Annual Meetings, Las Vegas, NV, 2010.

Braatz, Jerry, Juana vila, Steve Chmielewski, Laura Dombrock, Ann Wied, and Randy Stoecker. "Organizing Residents in Waukesha Neighborhoods: An Urban Approach." WACEC Conference, Milwaukee, WI, 2010.

Stoecker, Randy. “Maximizing Community Outcomes:  Bringing Community Development Practice into Higher Education Community Engagement.” Living Knowledge Conference, Belfast, UK, 2009.

Stoecker, Randy, and Catherine Willis.  "Grassroots Civic Engagement and Leadership Development in Rural Wisconsin."  Rural Sociological Society annual meetings, Madison, WI, 2009.

Stoecker, Randy.  "Using Project-Based Research to Support Community Action: The TechShop Madison Project." Poster presentation, National Outreach Scholarship Conference.  Athens, GA, 2009.

Dane, Andrew, and Randy Stoecker.  "Design, Implement and Evaluate your Local Food Program."  3rd Annual Wisconsin Local Food Summit, Wisconsin Rapids, WI, 2009.

Stoecker, Randy, and Charity Schmidt.  "Geographic Disparities in Access to Service Learning."  Rural Sociological Society annual meetings, Manchester, NH, 2008.

Tryon, Elizabeth, and Randy Stoecker.  "Organizing Community Control over Campus Partnerships."  CU Expo.  Victoria, BC, Canada, 2008.

Barr, Todd, Heather Reid, and Randy Stoecker. "Community-Academic Equity in Service Learning: The TCCBE/U-Links Approach." CU Expo.  Victoria, BC, Canada, 2008.

Stoecker, Randy.  "Walking the Talk."  Midwest Sociological Society annual meetings.  St. Louis, MO, 2008.

Stoecker, Randy, Elizabeth Tryon, and Charity Schmidt.  "Organizing Community Control over Service Learning."  Great Northwoods Service Learning Conference.  Wausau, WI, 2007.

Stoecker, Randy, Elizabeth Tryon, and Amy Hilgendorf.  "Organizing Community Control over Service Learning."  Outreach Scholarship Conference 2007.  Madison, WI, 2007.

Tryon, Elizabeth, and Randy Stoecker.  "Community Reactions to Service Learning."  3rd Living Knowledge Conference, Paris, France, 2007.

Stoecker, Randy.  "Are We Walking the Talk of Community-Based Research?"  American Sociological Association Annual Meetings, New York, 2007.

Tryon, Elizabeth, and Randy Stoecker.  "How Community Groups React to Student Engagement" Just Connections Third Biennial Conference, Ferrum, Virginia, 2007.

Stoecker, Randy, Elizabeth Tryon, and Margaret Nellis.   "Enhancing Service Learning from the Community Organization's Perspective."  Teaching and Learning Symposium, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, 2007.

Jones, Jennifer, Marcia Jante, Steve Chemielewski, Jerry Braatz, Randy Stoecker. "Organizing Urban Neighborhoods for Self-Help." Urban Extension Conference, Kansas City, MO, 2007.

Stoecker, Randy, and Andrew Dane.  "Developing Leadership in Context."  Leadership Coordinator's Conference,  Wisconsin Dells, WI, 2007.

Stoecker, Randy, Charity Schmidt, and Elizabeth Tryon. "Transforming Spaces of Unequal Power Between University and Community." American Democracy Project North Central Regional Conference, River Falls, WI, 2007.

Stoecker, Randy, Elizabeth Tryon, Margaret Nellis, and Amy Hilgendorf.  "The Community's Perspective on Service Learning."  State Superintendent's Institute on Service-Learning and Citizenship, Middleton, WI  2007.

Stoecker, Randy, Marie Sandy, and Margaret Nellis.  "Who is Served by Service Learning? The Community Organization's Perspective."  American Association of Colleges and Universities annual meeting, New Orleans, 2007.

Stoecker, Randy, and Larry Stillman.  "Who Leads, Who Remembers, Who Speaks?" 3rd International Community Informatics Conference, Prato, Italy, 2006.

Stoecker, Randy.  "Building the Data and Research Capacity of Community-Based Nonprofits."  NACDEP annual conference, San Antonio, 2006.

Stoecker, Randy. “Strengthening Community and University Skills in Community-Based Research,” U-Links, Haliburton, Ontario, Canada, 2005.

Stoecker, Randy.  "Are We Making a Change:  The Data and Research Needs of Toledo Area Non-Profit Organizations."  American Sociological Society Annual Meetings, Philadelphia.  2005.

Stoecker, Randy.  “Moving from Academic-Initiated Projects to Community Controlled Outcomes.”  Just Connections Second Biennial Conference, Maryville Tennessee, 2005.

Stoecker, Randy.  "Challenges of Academic-Initiated Research Partnerships."  Midwest Sociological Society annual meetings, Minneapolis, 2005.

Stillman, Larry, and Randy Stoecker.  "Structuration, ICTs, and Community Work."  Community Informatics Research Network 2004 Conference. Prato, Italy, 2004.

Stoecker, Randy.  "Is Community Informatics Good for Communities? Questions Confronting an Emerging Field" Networking Communities Forum, Victoria University and Monash University, Melbourne, Australia.  2004. 

Stoecker, Randy, and Tim Mungavan.  "Beyond Housing as Usual:  Alternatives for Community Development.  Urban Affairs Association annual meetings, Washington, DC.  2004.

Stoecker, Randy.  "Community-Based Participatory Research: Challenges and Opportunities."  Rocky Mountain Prevention Research Center and the Department of Preventive Medicine and Biometrics, University of Colorado-Denver. 2004.

AWARDS & HONORS

2015. University of Wisconsin-Madison Blended Learning Fellowship.

2014.  Fulbright Specialist roster appointment.

2013.  Community-University Partnership Award. Received with Brian Christens, Ali Brooks, Marian Slaughter, SouthWest Madison Community Organizers, and Department of Public Health Madison & Dane County.

2009.  Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Civic Engagement.  Received by UW Extension Center for Community and Economic Development. 

2007.  Brenda Pfaehler Award of Excellence, University of Wisconsin

2007.  American Democracy Project, North Central Regional Conference "Most Sustainable Project" award for service learning assessment model.  Received with Elizabeth Tryon and Charity Schmidt.

2005-2006:  Trent University 2005/2006 Ashley Fellow

2004: Monash University (Australia) Senior Research Fellow

2003: University of Toledo Distance Learning Summer Faculty Fellowship

2000: University of Toledo Writing Across the Curriculum Teaching Award.

1999 University of Toledo Center for Teaching Excellence Summer Faculty Fellowship

1997 University of Toledo Center for Teaching Excellence Summer Faculty Fellowship

1996-1997: University of Toledo Dean's Special Merit Award.

1994-1995: University of Toledo Dean's Special Merit Award.

1992-1993: University of Toledo Office of Accessibility and Challenged Individuals Association Teacher of the Year.

RECENT WORKSHOP FACILITATION

Workshop facilitator, teaching community-engaged classes, Salve Regina University, Newport, RI, 2016.

Workshop facilitator, "Liberating Service Learning," St. Michael's College, Colchester Vermont, 2016.

Mobile Learning Workshop facilitator, "Cedar-Riverside Neighborhood Tour," Community Development Society annual meetings, Bloomington, MN, 2016.

Facilitator, 2016 Pen to Paper Writing Retreat, Campus Compact, George Williams College, Williams Bay, WI, 2016.

Workshop facilitator, "Finding A Purpose for Blended Learning in a Community-Engaged Capstone Course," Annual Teaching and Learning Symposium, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2016.

Workshop facilitator, "Community-Based Participatory Research."  Post-Conference workshop, Community Development Extension Institute, Jackson, WY, 2016.

Workshop facilitator, "How to Attract and Keep People Involved in Your Grassroots Group." Wisconsin Grassroots Network Festival, Mazomanie, WI, 2016.

Workshop facilitator, “Workshop on Community-Engaged Scholarship and Teaching.” University of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA, 2016.

Workshop facilitator, "From Service Learning for Students to Knowledge Mobilization for Justice" Deep Dive Session, Upper Midwest Civic Engagement Summit, Iowa City, Iowa, 2016. 

Participatory action research training workshop facilitator, Community Development Academy, University of Missouri Extension, 1998, 1999, 2001-2016.

Community organizing training workshop facilitator, Community Development Academy, University of Missouri Extension, 2012-2016.

Workshop facilitator, "Hearing Each Other’s Voices: A conversation about building strong campus-community partnerships."  Berea College, Berea, KY, 2015.

Workshop facilitator, "Knowledge Mobilization through Community-Based Research and Project-Based Service Learning."  Berea College, Berea, KY, 2015.

Community engaged faculty workshop facilitator, Western University, London, Ontario, Canada, 2015.

Connecting Neighbourhoods Workshop facilitator, Old East Village Community Association, London, Ontario, Canada, 2015.

Workshop facilitator, "Can You Have It All?  Do You Want It All?"  Summer Workshop Series: Collaborative Research in Community Contexts, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, 2014.

Workshop facilitator, “Community-Based Research.” Stanford University, Stanford, CA, 2014.

Workshop facilitator, "Community-Based Research as a Higher Form of Service-Learning." The 6th Annual Symposium of the NYMAPS Collaborative.  New York, NY, 2014.

Workshop facilitator, "Community-Based Research and Service Learning Faculty Seminar."  Kenyon College, 2013, 2014.

Workshop facilitator, “Community Issues Organizing,” Seeds of Change, Peterborough, Ontario, Canada, 2013.

Workshop facilitator, "A Project-Based Approach to Higher Ed Community Engagement.” Association for Humanist Sociology annual meetings, Arlington VA, 2013.

Workshop facilitator, "Designing and Achieving Community Level Outcomes."  Utah Engaged Faculty Institute, Homestead Resort, Midway, Utah, 2013.

Workshop facilitator, "Cutting the Issues and Building our Power."  Progressive Partners second annual meeting, Waunakee, WI, 2013.

Conference facilitator, Rural Alliance for Service Learning, Racine, WI, 2013.

Workshop facilitator, "Learning the Ropes, and Avoiding the Knots, of Community-Based Research." Cornell University, 2013.

Workshop facilitator, "Community Impact Session."  Summit on Service Learning, Western Michigan University, 2013.

Workshop facilitator, "Service-Learning."  Northern Illinois University, 2013.

Workshop facilitator, "Service-Learning."  Sheboygan, WI, 2013.

Workshop facilitator, "PAR: Engaging Communities in their own Sustainability."  University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension team meeting: Engaging Young People in Sustaining Communities, Families, and Farms, Eau Claire, WI, 2012.

Workshop co-facilitator, with Catherine Willis and Dadit Hidayat.  "Building on the Edge: Graduate Students, Part-Time Faculty and Instructors Creating Opportunities for Students and the Community." Pre-conference workshop, Association for Applied and Clinical Sociology conference, Milwaukee, WI, 2012.

Workshop facilitator, "Community Impact."  Wisconsin Campus Compact regional gatherings, 2012.

Workshop facilitator, "A Community Development Approach to Higher Education Community Engagement."  Michigan Campus Compact Civic Engagement and Service Learning Institute, East Lansing, MI, 2012. 

Action research writing workshop co-facilitator, Roskilde University, Denmark, 2012.

Workshop facilitator, University of Cincinnati Action Research Center, 2012.

Workshop co-facilitator, TRUCEN annual meeting, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2012.

Workshop facilitator, "Maximizing Community Outcomes," VISTA in-service training, Green Lake, WI, 2011, 2012.

Workshop facilitator, National Outreach and Engagement Scholarship Conference, Outreach & Engagement Staff Preconference Workshop, East Lansing, MI, 2011.

Conference facilitator, Rural Alliance for Service Learning Summit, Racine, WI, 2011.

Workshop facilitator, "Reciprocity in Campus-Community Partnerships," Eastern Region Campus Compact Conference, New York, NY, 2011.

Workshop facilitator, "Just Connections Partnership Workshop,"  Maryville, TN, 2011.

Workshop facilitator, "Re-imagining Service-Learning Partnerships: Balancing Community and University Interests." Community & Faculty Service-Learning Summer Institute, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 2011.

Workshop facilitator, "Community First: Impacts of Community Engagement," Canadian Alliance for Community Service Learning Symposium, Waterloo Region, Ontario, Canada, 2011

Workshop facilitator, "Community Engagement as Ally Work," Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI, 2011. 

Workshop facilitator, "Community Service Learning Workshop," UW-Baraboo/Sauk County, 2011.

Workshop co-facilitator, UW-Colleges and UW-Extension service learning collaboration, Wisconsin Institute for Public Policy and Service, UW-Baraboo/Sauk County, 2011.

Workshop co-facilitator, UW-Colleges and UW-Extension service learning collaboration, Wisconsin Institute for Public Policy and Service, UW-Sheboygan, 2011.

Workshop co-facilitator, UW-Colleges and UW-Extension service learning collaboration, Wisconsin Institute for Public Policy and Service, UW-Barron County, 2011.

Workshop co-facilitator, UW-Colleges and UW-Extension service learning collaboration, Wisconsin Institute for Public Policy and Service, UW-Baraboo/Sauk County, 2010.

Workshop co-facilitator, UW-Colleges and UW-Extension service learning collaboration, Wisconsin Institute for Public Policy and Service, UW-Sheboygan, 2010.

Workshop co-facilitator, UW-Colleges and UW-Extension service learning collaboration, Wisconsin Institute for Public Policy and Service, UW-Barron County, 2010.

Conference/Workshop facilitator, “Building Successful Community-Extension-Researcher Partnerships,” Missouri CommUNITY Partnerships 2010 Conference, Columbia, MO, 2010.

Conference co-organizer and facilitator, Rural Service Learning Summit, Racine, WI, 2010.

Workshop facilitator, "Something Important Is Happening Here:  Framing Issues to Inspire Social Action." Grassroots Leadership College, Madison, WI, 2010.

Workshop co-facilitator, with Linda Plitt Donaldson, "Community Organizing and Participatory Research."  CCHD Symposium, 2010.  University of Notre Dame.

Workshop facilitator, "Community-Based Research Workshop." Knox College, Galesburg, IL, 2010.

Community Forum co-organizer and facilitator, Tools for Community Organizing: Building Our Toolbox.  Madison, WI, 2010.

Conference co-organizer and facilitator, Wisconsin Community Leadership Coordinators Conference. Green Bay, WI  2010.

Workshop co-facilitator, "The Community-Campus Knowledge Exchange: How Can We Structure Community-Based Learning." With Elizabeth Tryon and Katherine Loving. University of Wisconsin Teaching and Learning Symposium.  Madison, WI, 2010.

Workshop facilitator, "Expanding the Research--Examining New Sites and Other Strategies." Community Shares USA Annual Meetings, Las Vegas, NV, 2010.

Workshop facilitator, "Making Higher Education Civic Engagement Matter in the Community."  University of Nevada Las Vegas, 2010.

Workshop facilitator, "Community-Based Learning: Effective Practice and Partnerships."  Colleges of Worcester Consortium, 2010."

Workshop facilitator, "Community Development: Amplifying the Community Voice in Service Learning." 7th Annual Eastern Carolina University Conference on Service Learning, 2010.

Workshop facilitator, "Are YOU Getting What You Want from Your Local Higher Education's Community Based Initiatives?"  Ithaca, New York, 2010.

Workshop facilitator, Emerging Engagement Scholars 2009 Workshop. Athens GA, 2009.

Workshop facilitator, "Community-based Research (CBR) and Service Learning: “Moving Toward a Community Development Model." Maryville College, 2009.

Workshop facilitator, "Community-Based Research."  Otterbein College, 2009.

Workshop facilitator, "Program Evaluation."  2009 Wisconsin Community Health Worker Network Conference, Pewaukee, WI, 2009.

Workshop facilitator, Great Northwoods Service Learning Workshop, Wausau, WI, 2009.

Workshop facilitator, Center for California Cultural and Social Issues, Pitzer College, 2009.

Workshop facilitator, "Student Community Engagement, Pitzer College, 2009.

Workshop facilitator and Panel Moderator, "Community Engagement."  Denison University, 2009.

Workshop facilitator, "Student Community Engagement." Denison University, 2009.

Community organizing Training workshop series facilitator, University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension, Waukesha, WI, 2007-2009.

Special Seminar facilitator, Community-Based Research.  Colegio de Postgraduados, Campus San Luis Potosí, Salinas de Hidalgo, Mexico, 2008.

Workshop facilitator, Emerging Engagement Scholars 2008 Workshop.  State College, PA, 2008.

Conference co-organizer and facilitator, For Community's Sake:  Maximizing the Community Impact of Service Learning.  Baraboo, WI, 2008.

Conference co-organizer and co-facilitator, Building Wisconsin's Leadership Programs.  Green Bay, WI, 2008.

Workshop facilitator, "Improve your Meeting Management Skills," South Madison Planning Council, Madison, WI, 2008.

Planning workshop facilitator, "World Universities Network" PAR Outcomes Project," Paris, France, 2007.

Workshop facilitator, "Meaningful, Useful, Painless Evaluation: Tips, Tools and Techniques," U-Links, Minden, Ontario, Canada, 2007.

Workshop facilitator, "Meaningful, Useful, Painless Evaluation: Tips, Tools and Techniques," Trent Centre for Community-Based Education, Peterborough Ontario, Canada, 2007.

Workshop facilitator, "Developing Successful University-Community Partnerships," Wisconsin Partnership Program, Madison, WI, 2007.

Workshop facilitator (with Michael Martin and Marianne Morton),   "Market Analysis/Needs Assessment," A Home for Everyone 2007, affordable housing conference, Baraboo, Wisconsin, 2007.

Workshop facilitator, "Conflict and Consensus Methods in Community Organizing," The Change Agency, Melbourne, Australia, 2007.

Workshop facilitator, "Conflict and Consensus Methods in Community Organizing," The Change Agency, Brisbane, Australia, 2007.

Workshop facilitator, "Next Steps: Where Do We Go From Here?"  Morgridge Center for Public Service 10th Anniversary Celebration, Madison, Wisconsin, 2007.

Workshop facilitator, "Community Research 101," Grassroots Leadership College, Madison, Wisconsin, 2007.

Workshop facilitator, "Moving from Service Learning to Community-Based Research." Morgridge Center for Public Service, Madison, Wisconsin, 2006.

Conference facilitator, 3rd International Community Informatics Conference, Prato, Italy, 2006.

Workshop facilitator, "Choosing the Organizing Model That Fits your Situation." City of Madison 2006 Neighborhood Conference, 2006.

Workshop facilitator, "Community Organizing Basics."  East Isthmus Neighborhood Planning Committee, Madison, Wisconsin, 2006.

Workshop facilitator (with Michael Martin and Marc Smith), "Juggling the Numbers."  A Home for Everyone, 2006 affordable housing conference, Green Bay, Wisconsin, 2006.

Workshop facilitator, "Using Research to Support Community Change Projects." Wisconsin Community Leadership Conference, 2006.

Workshop facilitator (with Jose Calderon), "Community Based Participatory Research." The First, CSU Conference on Community-Based Teaching and Research: Creating Knowledge and Building Community. Cal Poly, Pomona, 2006.

Workshop facilitator, "Working with Nonprofits," University of Wisconsin Extension CNRED Eastern District in-service, 2005.

Workshop facilitator, “Community-University Relationships,” Trent Center for Community Based Education, Peterborough, Ontario, Canada, 2005.

Workshop Facilitator, "Community Development Action Research Lab," University of Wisconsin Extension CNRED Central District in-service, 2005.

Workshop Facilitator, "A Social Change Model for Participatory Research," CU Expo, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, 2005.

Workshop Facilitator, "Speaking Freely to Your Partner," CU Expo, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, 2005.

Workshop Facilitator, "Who Participates in Participatory Research," CU Expo, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, 2005.

Co-organizer and facilitator, Community-Based Research Planning Workshop, American Sociological Association annual meetings, San Francisco, 2004.

Facilitator, Community-Based Participatory Research Training Workshop, Rocky Mountain Prevention Research Center, Alamosa Colorado, 2004.

EVALUATION AND ASSESSMENT FACILITATION

Madison Police Department Citizens Advisory Board Initiative, 2016-2017.

Neighborhood Organizers Institute, 2015-2016.

Community Shares of Wisconsin, 2009-2011.

Dania Partners, 2008-2009.

State of Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services Model Communities project, 2006-2007.

University of Wisconsin Quad Counties summer VISTA program, 2006.

Grassroots Leadership College, Madison, WI. 2005-2006.

Lagrange Development Corporation Weed and Seed program.  Toledo, OH. 2002-2003.

Corella and Bertram F. Bonner Foundation Learn and Serve Community Research Program, 2000-2003.

Needmor Fund/Toledo Community Foundation joint community organizing training program, Toledo, OH. 1998-2000.

ACORN Grassroots School Improvement Campaign, Chicago. 1998-1999.

Policy Research Action Group, (Loyola University, University of Illinois-Chicago, DePaul University, Chicago State University), 1995-1997.

RECENT PLANNING FACILITATION

CFICE, Ottawa, Canada, 2016-2017.

Protecting Innocent Families international network, 2016-2017.

Madison Bikes, Madison, WI, 2016, 2017.

GROW Coalition, Madison, WI, 2014.

Poverty Reduction Network, Peterborough, ON, Canada, 2012.

Local food systems actors, Haliburton, OH, Canada, 2012.

The Natural Step Monona, Monona, WI, 2011.

Grassroots Leadership College, Madison, WI, 2011.

Trent Centre for Community Based Education and U-Links, Minden, Ontario, Canada, 2011.

SouthWest Community Organizing Committee, Madison, WI, 2011.

Community Change Circles, Waukesha, WI, 2011.

Drug Free Communities, Waukesha, WI, 2011, 2010.

Project BRIC, United Cerebral Palsy, Eau Claire, WI, 2010.

Community Groundworks at Troy Gardens, Madison, WI, 2009-10.

University of Wisconsin Applied Population Lab, Madison, WI, 2010.

Interfaith Funders, New York, NY, 2010.

Grassroots Leadership College, Madison, WI, 2010.

Madison Area Community Supported Agriculture Coalition, Madison, WI, 2009.

Rainbow Books, Madison, WI, 2008.

Friends of Troy Gardens, Madison, WI, 2007, 2008, 2009.

Wisconsin Pathways to Independence Universal Design Advisory Committee, 2008.

Dania Partners, Minneapolis, MN, 2007.

Wisconsin Arthritis Action Council, 2007.

East Isthmus Neighborhood Planning Council, Madison, WI, 2007.

Northwest Wisconsin Regional Food Network, 2006.

Grassroots Leadership College, Madison, WI, 2006.

OTHER RECENT COMMUNITY SERVICE

Lecture series, "100 Years of Neighborhood House."  Neighborhood House, Madison, WI.  May, June, July, September, 2016.

Summary reflections, Circles of Leadership, Middleton, WI, 2015.

Technical assistance, Community Shares of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, 2015.

Technical assistance, Dane Arts Mural Arts, Madison, WI, 2014-2015.

Technical assistance, Rising Suns, Madison, WI, 2014.

Connector, Consulting for Organizational Reflection and Effectiveness, Madison, WI, 2014.

Technical assistance, City of Madison Police Department on building community relationships, Madison, WI, 2012-2014.

Technical assistance, SouthWest Madison Community Organizers, 2011-2014.

Technical assistance, Center for Families, Madison, WI, 2013-2014.

Technical assistance, Township of Minden Hills consumer action research project, Minden, ON, Canada, 2013.

Editor/Moderator, COMM-ORG, the On-Line Conference on Community Organizing and Development http://comm-org.wisc.edu, 1996 to 2015.

Technical assistance, Meadowood neighborhood planning process, 2011.

Technical assistance, Madison Neighborhood Summit, 2010.

Faculty coordinator, TechShop Madison project, 2007-2010.

Trainer, how to cut an issue, South Metropolitan Planning Commission, Madison, WI, 2009.

Facilitator and panelist, Community-Campus Knowledge Exchange, Madison, WI, 2009.

Facilitator, Wisconsin Rural Leadership Program, Tomahawk, WI, 2007, 2009.

Member, curriculum committee, Grassroots Leadership College, Madison, WI.  2008.

Facilitator, leadership training, Leadership Washburn County, Spooner WI, 2006, 2007.

Facilitator, planning meeting for community informatics project, Victorian Council of Social Services and Melbourne University, Australia, 2007.

Trainer, how to cut an issue, East Isthmus Neighborhood Planning Council, Madison, WI, 2006.

Facilitator, planning meetings to develop community standards for service learning, Madison, WI, 2006.

Facilitator, GLC board planning retreat, Madison, WI, 2006.

Facilitator, Model Communities planning meetings, Richland Center and Eau Claire, WI, 2006.

Facilitator, Troy Gardens board planning meetings, Madison, WI, 2006.

Facilitator, Northwest Wisconsin Regional Food Network planning meeting, 2006.

Unpaid consultation, Mayor of Binghamton, on community-campus partnerships, 2006.

Facilitator, U-Links Management committee planning meeting, Minden, Ontario, Canada, 2006.

Facilitator, U-Links housing planning meeting, Minden, Ontario, Canada, 2006.

Unpaid consultation, Peterborough Community Housing Development Corporation, Peterborough, Ontario, Canada, 2006.

Member, Model Communities Design Team, State of Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services, 2006.

Member, evaluation committee, Grassroots Leadership College, Madison, WI.  2005-present.

Unpaid consultation, East Isthmus Neighborhood Planning Committee, Madison, WI, 2005-present. 

Unpaid consultation, South Metropolitan Planning Committee, Madison, WI, 2005-present.

Member, evaluation committee, Grassroots Leadership College, Madison, WI,  2005 to present.

Housing data analyst, Lagrange Development Corporation and Northriver Development Corporation.  Toledo, OH, 2005.

Trainer, Research Methods for Nonprofits series, Toledo Community Foundation Nonprofit Resource Center. Toledo, OH, 2005.

Board member, Lagrange Development Corporation, Toledo, Ohio, 2005.

Board member, Northwest Ohio Community Shares, Toledo, Ohio, 2004-2005.

Board member, Coalition to Access Technology and Networking (CATNet), Toledo, Ohio, 2003-2005.

West Bank Community Development Corporation, Minneapolis, strategic planning facilitation, 2004.

Sponsoring committee member, Toledo ACORN project, 2000-2003.

OTHER RECENT PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

External reviewer, University of Vermont Department of Community Development and Applied Economics.

Editorial board member, Engaged Scholar Journal, 2015-present.

Editorial board member, Undergraduate Journal of Service Learning and Community-Based Research, 2012-present.

Consulting with Waukesha County UW Extension, 2005 to present.

Member, University of Wisconsin-Extension Engaging Young People in Sustaining Communities, Families and Farms foundational team, 2012-present.

Editorial board member, Rural Studies, 2012-present.

Member, University of Wisconsin-Extension Community-Based Leadership team, 2009-present.

Associate Editor, Michigan Journal of Community Service-Learning, 2008-present.

Roundtable facilitator, American Sociological Association annual meetings, Chicago, IL, 2015.

Presentation on community organizing, Metro East In-service, University of Wisconsin-Extension, 2015.

Presentation on community organizing, Dean’s Wisline, University of Wisconsin-Extension, 2015.

Member, Advisory Committee, Applied and Community-Based Research Program Advisory Committee, Fleming College, Canada, 2012-14.

Discussant, Special Session. Making Research Relevant: Payoffs and Pitfalls of Presenting Sociology to Its Publics.  American Sociological Association annual meeting, San Francisco, CA, 2014.

Member, Board of Trustees, Sociological Initiatives Foundation, 2002-2014.

Panelist, “Street Smarts: Producing Knowledge for Social Change.” Association for Humanist Sociology annual meeting, Arlington VA, 2013.

Member, Steering Committee, Community First: Impacts of Community Engagement, Carleton University, Canada, 2012-2013.

In-service training facilitator, UW-Extension Waukesha County, 2008-2013.

Member, University of Wisconsin-Extension Scholarship Action Team, 2011-2012.

Co-facilitator, with UW-Extension Waukesha County, neighborhood identity project, 2011-2012

Panelist, "What is the Place of Applied Rural Sociology in a Changing World?" Rural Sociological Society Annual Meeting, 2012. 

Member, Environmental Protection Agency Sustainable Chesapeake review panel, 2012.

Member, National Science Foundation Arctic Studies review panel, 2012

Discussion facilitator, community-higher education partnerships, Nashville area faculty, Nashville, TN, 2011. 

Discussion facilitator, community-higher education partnerships, Center for Rural Community and Economic Development, Northern Michigan University, Marquette, MI, 2011.

Panelist, session on Effective use of Service Learning for Promotion and Tenure, Northern Michigan University, Marquette, MI, 2011.

Team member, Wisconsin Institute for Public Policy and Service, support for UW-Extension and UW-Colleges community engagement collaboration in Sauk, Sheboygan, and Barron counties, 2010-2011.

Session co-organizer and panelist, "Crossing Program Barriers: A Team Approach to Delivering Urban Extension Outreach."  University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension State Conference, 2010.

Session co-organizer and panelist, "Expanding Possibilities for County–Specialist Collaborations." University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension State Conference, 2010.

Presenter, "From Social Capital to Social Change." University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension gathering on Contribution of Youth Engagement to the Development of Social Capital, Madison, WI, 2010.

Presenter, "Engaging the Community to Develop Sustainably."  With Jerry Hembd.  University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension Center for Community and Economic Development Wisline Web training, 2010.

External Advisor, University of Notre Dame Center for Social Concerns, 2010.

Grant proposal reviewer, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, 2010.

Facilitator, "University Staff Engagement Professionals: The Superheroes of the Outreach World." National Outreach Scholarship Conference.  Athens, GA, 2009.

Panelist, "Community Engagement Journals: An Editor's Panel."  National Outreach Scholarship Conference.  Athens, GA, 2009.

Session organizer and facilitator, "Contradictions in Service Learning and Community-Based Research."  American Sociological Society annual meetings, San Francisco, CA, 2009.

Session co-organizer (with John Green), "Community-Based Research: Documenting and Learning from Project Outcomes."  Rural Sociological Society annual meetings, Madison, WI, 2009.

Session moderator and panelist, CUPP Conference, Brighton, UK, 2009.

Planning committee member, UW Colleges service learning workshop, 2009.

Interviewer, video, "Community-Academic Partnerships: What Communities Want," http://videos.med.wisc.edu/videoInfo.php?videoid=7203

Planning committee member, Community-Campus Knowledge Exchange, Madison, WI, 2009.

Discussion facilitator, "Community-Based Research." UW-Marathon County, 2009.

Panelist, "Community-Based Research." Edgewood College, Madison, WI, 2009.

Planning committee member, Urban Extension Conference, 2008-2009.

Panelist, "Academic Service-Learning & Community-Based Research at UW-Madison." University of Wisconsin Teaching Academy Summer Institute, 2008.

Session Organizer, "Participatory Action Research: Partnering for Social Change." Midwest Sociological Society Annual Meetings, St. Louis, 2008.

Session Organizer, "Community Organizing," American Sociological Association annual meetings, New York City, 2007.

Member, Specialist Relations Committee, University of Wisconsin Extension, 2006-2007.

Member, Bascom Hill Society Scholarship Committee, University of Wisconsin, 2006.

Consultation, Trent University Ethics Committee, 2006.

External Reviewer, California State University Dominguez Hills Department of Sociology, 2006.

University of Wisconsin Extension evaluation training facilitator, 2006.

Panelist, “Balance of Power and Participation in Community-University Partnerships.” CU Expo, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, 2005.

Academic Caucus Facilitator, Just Connections Second Biennial Conference, Maryville, TN, 2005.

Session Organizer, "Troubleshooting Academic-Activist Partnerships."  Midwest Sociological Society annual meetings, Minneapolis, 2005.

Panelist, "Author Meets Critics."  Midwest Sociological Society annual meetings, Minneapolis, MN 2005.

Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Community Informatics, 2004-2006.

Member, Board of Directors, Community Informatics Research Network, 2004-2006

Member, Editorial Board, Contemporary Sociology, 2004-2006.

Member, Task Force on Institutionalizing Public Sociology, 2004-2007.

Panelist, "Public Sociology in Practice: Internationalizing American Sociology through Community Action Research." American Sociological Association annual meetings, 2004.

Journal referee for Environmental Justice, Social Problems, Symbolic Interaction, Educational Action Research Review, Canadian Journal of Higher Education, Journal of Education for Library and Information Science, Journal of Applied Gerontology, PRISM, Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement, Action Research Journal, Humanity and Society, Social Movement Studies, African Journal of Agricultural Research Review, City and Community, Contexts, Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, Sociological Imagination, Journal of Urban Affairs, Sociological Focus, Journal of Planning Education and Research, Sociological Forum, Social Science Quarterly, Sociological Perspectives, Critical Sociology, The Sociological Quarterly, Teaching Sociology, Humanity and Society, Urban Affairs Quarterly, Urban Affairs Review, Journal of Action ResearchEncyclopedia of Public Information Technology, Journal of the American Planning Association, Journal of Information Technology and Politics, Ambio, Journal of Community Informatics, Human Organization, Social Movement Studies, Higher Education, Emerging Technologies, and Community Partnerships, Journal of Applied Gerontology. 

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

Community Development Society

Rural Sociological Society

American Sociological Association