Service-Learning is a teaching and learning strategy that integrates the following Student Learning Outcomes into coursework:

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  1. Reflection on the impact of meaningful community service;
  2. Demonstration of civic responsibility;
  3. Development of relationships with community partners. Service-learning is considered to be a High-Impact Educational Practice and has been shown to increase student engagement and success.

Service Learning Grants

The Service-Learning Grant was established by the Provost's office in Fall 2012 to encourage faculty to incorporate new service-learning opportunities for students into their courses. The grant of up to $500 can be used to assist with related expenses including transportation, supplies, permits, food (if service extends over a meal period), educational resources, registrations, entry fees or similar costs.

A Call for Applications for Fall 2018 courses will be available soon!

Spring 2018 Service Learning Grant Awardees

Dr. Jie Zhang, Education and Human Development, received $500 to implement Service Learning into her EDI 419/519 Assessments for Special Education courses in partnership with Starbridge.

Dr. Ewelina Barski-Moskal, Modern Languages and Cultures, received $470 to implement Service Learning into her FCE 473 and SPN 371 courses in partnership with Eugenio Maria de Hostos Charter School and Oak Orchard Health.

 

Last Updated 10/1/18

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