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Editor's Note


As mentioned in the first volume of this special issue, community practice is just as indebted to undergraduate CP education as it is to academic institutions that house graduate programs in the field. It is the responsibility of all community psychologists to support the field through supporting those who serve undergrads, including those practitioners who serve as adjunct faculty or lecturers for undergraduate classes.

The Global Journal is proud to have the ability to give space to the voices of primarily undergraduate institutions teaching community psychology, and grateful to the guest editors for their time, dedication, and passion in compiling the two special issues focused on this topic. We hope that you find unique pieces of wisdom and inspirational conversation starters in the pages of this volume as we wrap up this special interest topic. 

For those community psychologists attending the SCRA Biennial at the end of June in Chicago, IL, we look forward to continuing our conversations there as well. Of course, all readers are welcome to engage here in the comments or on Facebook at any time.

Thanks for reading!


Scott Wituk

Editor, Global Journal of Community Psychology Practice
Executive Director
Community Engagement Institute
Wichita State University

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