Because research and creativity can shape and inform society.
Much of the research and creative work produced by Monmouth faculty and students is intended to inform, engage and inspire the public.
Public scholarship from Monmouth faculty
Monmouth faculty are not just teachers, they also are active scholars and practitioners in their respective disciplines.
Global Media and Strategic Narratives of Contested Democracy: Chinese, Russian, and Arabic Media Narratives of the US Presidential Election
New book from communication studies professor Robert Hinck
“Voices of Maytag”
Project from political science professor Robin Johnson’s “Politics and Government in the Midwest” course
Nonviolence and the Nightmare: King and Black Self-Defense
Peace, ethics, and social justice professor Daniel Ott on Martin Luther King Jr.’s notions of nonviolence
Research and create-your-own scholarship
- “The risks and rewards of engaging in public scholarship” by Helene Meyers, Inside Higher Ed, April 11, 2019