Presentation with School of Education Faculty Fellows to the entire School of Education on their projects.
Presentation facilitated by Pixita Del Prado Hill, professor in Elementary Education, Literacy, and Educational Leadership department.
Students collaborated with peers on a service-learning project at the Universidade do Minho in Portugal.
They partnered with Acolhe Guimarães to help welcome refugees to their new home.
Energized and engaged College Writing Program AAL Fellows present their unique applied learning projects to their colleagues. Sharing triumphs and challenges contributes to everyone’s success. Featured: Roy Bakos and Zaiban Pasha, lecturers in the Writing program.
Nyandusi "Dus" Nyachae, lecturer in Social & Psychological Foundations, held an event for his SPF/SOC 366 course - Cultural Proficiency and Public Achievement - as part of a final assignment for students during exam week. Students were tasked to come up with an idea for a fictitious not-for-profit organization they would dream of creating in order to solve an issue in the world as social justice champions. Students highlighted what they learned from the course and their service-learning experiences.
In Dr. Kimberly Kamper-DeMarco’s PSY 101 course, students conducted a research project over the course of the semester and present their findings in poster format at the end of the semester. Other faculty and students were invited to these presentations.
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