Is it possible to bring university research and student education into more symbiotic relationships? Can we grow programs of study enabling faculty, students, and “real world” communities to connect in new ways? These are some of the central questions Dilly Fung gauges in this accessible new book. Fung also looks to philosophy to help engender spaces for critical dialogue about educational values within teaching departments, research groups, and larger educational communities. Ultimately, Fung argues, these connections are not only possible but also potentially transformational for efforts to contribute to the global common good.