Learning embedded with the Carolinian Creed.
Service-learning is mutually rewarding for participants and participating organizations. Students enjoy a sense of community connection while living out the principles of the Carolina Creed in their day-to-day life. Service recipients benefit from professional insight and fresh thinking.
The hands-on tasks of service transform real-world concerns into avenues for educational
growth. The courses, which are an opportunity to test, observe or prove concepts and
skills, also can help students earn Graduation with Leadership Distinction (GLD).
Service-learning helps prepare students to be full, responsible participants in both their profession
and their communities.
The Effects of Service-Learning
Growing research shows that service-learning can have significant positive effects on many areas of students' lives, including:
- Academic performance
- Choice of a service career
- Plans to participate in service after college
- Increased degree of interest in subject matter
Fall 2018 Service-Learning Courses
|Instructor of Record||Course Prefix & Number||Section(s)|
|Olga V Ivashkevich||ARTE 530||All Sections|
|Jennifer Pournelle||ENVR 331||All Sections|
|Lara Ducate||GERM 401P||All Sections|
|Brie Turner-Mcgrievy||HPEB 502||Sections 001 & H01|
|Christine Blake||HPEB 679||All Sections|
|Annette L Hoover||HRTM 362||All Sections|
|Karen Patten||ITEC 101||All Sections|
|TBD||ITEC 544||All Sections|
|Karen Patten||ITEC 564||Sections 001 & 002|
|Lisa Sisk||JOUR 531||Section 004|
|Ernest Grigg||JOUR 537||All Sections|
|Kathrine Jones and Joan Creed||NURS 431||All Sections|
|Shelley Jones||PALM 495||All Sections|
|Alex Blauvelt||PUBH 498||All Sections|
|John Grego||SCHC 312||Section H01|
|Joe Jones||SCHC 389||Section H01|
|Bobby Donaldson||SCHC 425||Section H03|
|Alanna M. Breen||SPAN 305||All Sections|
|Carla Swygert||SPAN 360||All Sections|
|Jabari Bodrick||UNIV 101||Section 034|
|Colin Crick||UNIV 101||Section 160|
|Mary Baskin Waters||WGST 112||Section H01|
|Dawn Michelle Campbell||WGST 499||All Sections|
Service-Learning Yearly Overview
Each year we work to assess and report the impact of service-learning initiatives for our students, faculty and community.
Jabari Bodrick, Ph.D.
Russell House University Union, Suite 227