Announcing the Fall/Winter 2020 issue of the Interdisciplinary Journal of Partnership Studies

December 21, 2020

CPS is excited to announce the publication of the Interdisciplinary Journal of Partnership Studies (IJPS), Vol. 7 No. 2 (2020): Fall/Winter: Partnership-Based Models of Government Programs. The IJPS, a peer-reviewed, online, free-access journal housed at the University of Minnesota, shares scholarship and creates connections for cultural transformation to build a world in which all relationships, institutions, policies and organizations are based on principles of partnership.
Cover image “D Street, 2018” by Marlene Bauer. Read the artist statement.

Guest Editor: Renee Pardello, MEd

Featured in this issue:
The United States Cooperative Extension System: Contributing to a Partnership System
by Renee Pardello, MEd andCari Michaels, MPH

Partnership Policies: A Conversation with Jennifer Siebel Newsom, The First Partner of California
by Riane Eisler

A Positive Project Outcome: Lessons from a Non-Dominant Government University-Based Program
by Anne Lutomia, Julia Bello Bravo, John Medendorp, Barry Pittendrigh

Managing Climate Change: The Role of Multi-Stakeholder Partnerships in Building Climate Resilience in Sub-Saharan Africa
by Christopher Graham

It Takes a Village: Evaluating the Feasibility and Acceptability of a Community-Based Parenting Program
by Jeana Holt, Amy Mosely, Vanessa Baldwin, Linda Barnes, Charlotte Muhammad, S. Michele Cohen

From a Government-Based Partnership to a Civic-Governed Paradigm
by Iris Posklinsky

When Government Gets It Right: How a Strategic Visioning Process Aligned Nested Government Systems to Champion Local Relevance and Determination
by Mary Marczak, Jessica Rochester, Tess Bailey, Jolene Gansen, Amber Zapata, Lucas Kosobuski, Carrie Lindquist, Patricia Olson

Community Voices:
Learning to Ally: Partnerism and the Portland Protests
by Leah Baker

Media Review:
Media Review: Camp Forgotten/Big Shoulders, By William Jamerson
by Ann Amberg


Contribute to IJPS
Dedicated to sharing new knowledge and successful applications of the partnership paradigm, IJPS invites contributions by both academicians and practitioners. Its aim is to develop the best solutions and practices by drawing on our collective knowledge across the academic spectrum and diverse applications of partnership principles and cultural transformation.
Learn more about making a submission to IJPS




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