SCoRE is excited to share a themed volume of Gateways: International Journal of Community Research and Engagementjust published, for which SCoRE Senior Director Jenny Hirsch is a guest editor and co-author on the Introduction, and Associate Director Ruthie Yow is an article author. The volume focuses on scholars and practitioners working at the intersection of community-based research and asset-based community development. In the editors' introduction, co-written by Jenny Hirsch, Margaret Malone (University of Technology Sydney), and Mark Chupp (Case Western Reserve University), the authors focus on the five key themes that thread through the featured articles: 1) the benefits of community-university partnerships; (2) the risks of community-university partnerships; (3) notions of community expertise and ‘community partner’; (4) the centrality of relationship-based methodologies in partner-building; and (5) explorations of power, equity, and justice.  Ruthie's co-authored article, “Perspectives from Community Partnerships in Three Diverse Higher Education Contexts,” was written with academic partners Hunter Goodman (University of Arkansas System, Div. of Agriculture, Cooperative Extension Service), and Miranda Standberry-Wallace (Steans Center, DePaul).  Their community partner co-authors include Miranda's collaborator, Amalia Nieto Gomez of Alliance of the Southeast and Hunter's partner, Alicya D. Watson of Cleveland County Extension.  Ruthie's co-author partners include longtime SCoRE internship supervisor, Mamie Harper (Carrie's Closet) and Georgia Tech alum, Rachel Dekom.  Mamie and Rachel were paired in the Sustainable Communities Internship program in 2020 and have maintained a rich relationship in the years since; Mamie continues to lead Carrie's Closet, supporting and advocating for foster youth, and Rachel has recently joined the terrific team at Global Growers. We hope you enjoy the articles linked here and will peruse the whole volume!