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Service-Learning

In service-learning, your education is connected to meaningful, hands-on community service. This rewarding method of learning can prepare you for life as part of a greater community.

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
  • Values
  • Self-efficacy
  • Leadership
  • Choice of a service career
  • Plans to participate in service after college
  • Increased degree of interest in subject matter

Fall 2020 Service-Learning Courses

Course  Section(s) Course Title Instructor of Record
ARTE 530  001 Art of Children Olga Ivashkevich
ARTE 540P 001 Practicum in Art Education Minuette Floyd
ENVR 331 001 Integrating Sustainability  Jennifer Pournelle 
GERM 401P 001 Practicum in Teaching German to Young Children Maximilian Gindorf 
HPEB 502 H10, 001 Applied Aspects of Human Nutrition Gabrielle Turner-McGrievey 
HPEB 502 P11, P12, P13, P14
P15, P16, P19
Applied Aspects of Human Nutrition  Elizaeth Ann-Easley 
HPEB 502 J01, J02, J04, J05, J06, J07, J08, J11 Applied Aspects of Human Nutrition Christine Blake
HPEB 553 H10, 001 Community Health Problems Sharon Spencer
HPEB 553 002 Community Health Problems TBD
ITEC 101 001, 002 Thriving in the Tech Age Karen Patten
ITEC 564 001, J10 Project Management for Information Systems Karen Patten
JOUR 531 001 Public Relations Campaigns Holly Overton
JOUR 531 002 Public Relations Campaigns Brooke McKeever
JOUR 531 003, 004, 005 Public Relations Campaigns Kelly Davis
JOUR 537   001 The Carolina Agency Clare Morris
NURS 431  H10, N62, N65, N68, N80 Population Health Nursing TBD 
PALM 495 P11, P12, P13, P14
P15, P16, P19, P21
P22, P23, P24, P25
P26, P29
Service-Learning Shelley Jones
PUBH 498  001 Public Health Capstone Seminar Morgan Collins
SLIS 325 002 Children's Literature Valerie Byrd-Fort
SPAN 305  001 Working with Hispanic Clients Alanna Breen
SPAN 360 H01 Spanish for Healthcare Professionals Carla Swygert
UNIV 101 036 The Student in the University
Jabari Bodrick 
UNIV 201 002 Healthcare in Action   Eileen Korpita
WGST 112 H01 Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies Mary Baskin Waters
WGST 112 001 Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies Kathryn Luchok
WGST 112 002  Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies Dawn Campbell
WGST 112 003, 004 Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies Annie Boiter-Jolley
WGST 112 J10, J11, J12, J13, J14 Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies Rebecca Head

 

Contact

Jabari Bodrick, Ph.D.
Russell House University Union, Suite 227
(803) 576-6208
jbodrick@sc.edu

 

 


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