Community Health Nursing in Ghana: Student Experience

Meet Ally Schaeffer Ally Schaeffer is a senior in the College of Education and Health Professions. She participated in the Community Health Nursing service-learning study abroad in Ghana this past summer. Ally got to spend 3 weeks in Ghana helping in 2 healthcare...

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Announcing two new Service Learning courses!

Introducing three faculty members with newly-designated Service Learning Courses.  Dr. Margaret Butcher, Professor Phil Jones, and Assistant Director for Faculty Development, Mindy Hunthrop. Meet Dr. Margaret Butcher (pictured below, left), assistant professor of...

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Service Learning grants available for students and faculty!

Students and faculty, could you use money to help fund your travel or to purchase materials and equipment for your course? The Service Learning Initiative is offering grants to help support your work.  Check out the flyers below and get your applications in...

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The Wally Cordes Teaching and Faculty Support Center Teaching Awards Ceremony

  Professor Tim Cavell, this year’s Service Learning Teaching Award recipient, was recognized at the Wally Cordes Teaching and Faculty Support Center Teaching Awards Ceremony on September 25th, 2018. The Wally Cordes Teaching and Faculty Support Center (TFSC) at...

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High Impact Practice (HIP) 9: Service Learning as a High Impact Practice

    Katherine Wilson and Febriyanti Lestari gave a presentation titled “Service Learning as a High Impact Practice” at the HIPs retreat. They discussed the difference between service learning, internships, and community service.    ...

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