Linda Chapel Jackson is the senior editor at Communication and Information Technology (CIT). She researches, writes, and edits materials for a wide variety of UOE and partner publications, including manuscripts for scholarly publication, professional development modules for practitioners, program booklets for general audiences, and promotional materials for events and initiatives. She also works with non-print media such as websites and PowerPoint presentations. In addition, she is the editor of The Engaged Scholar Magazine and contributes to ongoing departmental research about MSU engagement initiatives campus-wide, including identification of sources and methods as well as story development and write-ups. Prior to joining UOE, Jackson was the editor at MSU's Institute for Children, Youth, and Families.
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Georgis, G., & Jackson, L.C. (2016, January). Creating an integrated communication plan: The MSU Science Festival. The Engaged Scholar Magazine, (10), 13.
Jackson, L. C. (2016). Community voices: The Nature Conservancy. The Engaged Scholar Magazine, (11), 23-24.
Jackson, L. C. (2016). Managing fish populations in the Great Lakes. The Engaged Scholar Magazine, (11), 8-9.
Jackson, L. C. (Moderator). (2016). Thinking about water: Roundtable discussion (with J. Allan, J. Asher, T. Boring, L. Brush, & D. Lusch). The Engaged Scholar Magazine, (11), 20-22.
Jackson, L.C. (2016, January). Building engagement into the core academic mission of the university: The MSU approach. The Engaged Scholar Magazine, (10), 14-21.