Service-learning is a pedagogy that utilizes community service projects within the context of an [[#|academic]] course. Academic service-learning distinguishes itself from internships and other credit-bearing community experiences in several ways.
  • First, the community experience is a component of an academic course, used as a "text" for student learning.
  • Second, service-learning projects are designed in partnership with community to meet an expressed community need.
  • Third, a structured reflection activity is utilized to help students understand how their community experiences link with the academic and civic learning objectives of the course.
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Course
Faculty
Course
Faculty
BIOL 121 1,3,5,7,9
Thomas Buckley, Nicholas Geist
ENSP 302
Caroline Christian
BIOL 122 1,3,5,7
Derek Girman,
Hall Cushman
ENSP 423
Caroline Christian
BIOL 340 1,2
Michael Cohen
ES 110 1,2
Farid Farahmand
BIOL 494
Michael Cohen
GEOG 204
Michelle Goman
BIOL 578
[[#|Michael Cohen]]
GEOL 102 1,2,3,4

Micheal Smith
COUN 511A
Adam Zagelbaum
GEOL 498
[[#|Michael Smith]]
COUN 511B
Adam Zagelbaum
KIN 305
Ellen Carlton
COUN 511C
Adam Zagelbaum
KIN 325
Elaine McHugh
COUN 511D
Adam Zagelbaum
KIN 410
Adrienne Raker
COUN 514A 1,2
Maureen Buckley
KIN 426
Michael Webb
COUN512 A 1,2
Carol Harvey
MATH 467
Susan Herring
COUN 515A 3,4
Julie Shuman
MATH 367
Susan Herring
COUN 515A 5,6
Staff
PHIL 160A
Andrew Wallace,
Dennis Bozman-Moss
COUN 520
Adam Zagelbaum
POLS 202
Cynthia Boaz
COUN 528A
Adam Zagelbaum
POLS 484
David McCuan
EDUC 291 1
Julie McClure
SOCI 336
Peter Phillips
EDUC 295 1
Elizabeth Galvez-Hard
SPAN 490
Robert Train