COPLAC hosts many papers and articles written by faculty and students of our member institutions:
The Professorial Life, Scholarship in Place, and the Public Good
Published by Truman State University Press in 2014, this book of essays was written by faculty at COPLAC schools.
Public liberal arts colleges are higher education’s gems, yet their intimate campus settings and locations outside of the intellectual-cultural capitals challenge the traditional rhythm of academic careers. Professors trained at elite research institutions, usually located in large urban centers, must adapt to the holistic undergraduate education emphasized at colleges often located in smaller communities. The authors in this collection serve as pathfinders and exemplars for academic careers that integrate teaching, scholarship, and citizenship, rooted in place. Their stories demonstrate that the noblest traditions of higher education might be lived out most meaningfully on small, liberal arts campuses.
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Metamorphosis is a peer-reviewed undergraduate research publication featuring the work of students in COPLAC member institutions. Categories include Humanities, Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, and Professional Programs.
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