Autumn 2010 Service-Learning
Browsing Service-Learning Positions :
- Students registered for a service-learning course (see list below) will be able to begin browsing service-learning positions no later than September 29, 2010.
- Before service-learning registration begins on October 4th, you can learn about each position and decide which ones look interesting to you and will fit with your schedule.
- Students engaged in service-learning will spend 20 to 40 hours in the community over the course of the quarter.
- Explore the Students page on our website to learn more about service-learning!
You may also contact us at 206.616.2885 or email@example.com if you have additional questions.
Registering for Service-Learning Positions:
- Carlson Center staff will make a presentation in each class about service-learning logistics during the first days of the quarter.
- ONLINE REGISTRATION will begin on October 4 , 2010 at 7:30 a.m. for courses in which service-learning is required and 8:00 a.m. for courses where service-learning is an option. Please see below for the list of required and optional service-learning courses. Registration will remain open until 5:00 p.m. on October 5th.
- All service-learning positions are first come, first served. If a position is filled, you must choose another open position.
- Please do not call the service-learning organization until you have registered for a position. After registration, you can log back in to the service-learning database at any time to find details about your service-learning position.
- Already an active volunteer in an organization whose mission and work meets the learning goals and objectives for your course? Please click here to access information regarding Service-Learning Self Placements.
Below is the list of Autumn 2010 Servcie-learning Courses with a required service component:
|Course #||Course Title||Faculty|
|CEP 200||Introduction to Community and Environmental Planning||Curry, Marty|
|COM 451||Media and Culture|
|ECFS 303||Service Learning and Research 1||Brennan, Carolyn|
|ECFS 454||Advanced Service-Learning
and Research 1
|ENGL 121A||Composition: Social Issues||Moore, Sarah|
|ENGL 121B||Composition: Social Issues||Graf, Rachel|
|ENGL 121C||Composition: Social Issues||Brown, Elizabeth|
|ENGL 121D||Composition: Social Issues||Trinh, Kim|
|ENGL 198R||Writing Link for ANTH 101||Simmons O'Neil, Elizabeth|
|GEN ST 344||Introduction to Service and Community||Pursch and Wojciakowski|
|SOC 110||Survey Sociology||Pichford, Susan|
|SOC WF 999||Community-Service Learning|
|SPAN 392||Experiential Learning||Gillman, Maria|
|TSA 300||Global Citizenship & Service||McCarty, Sharon|
Below is the list of Autumn 2010 Servcie-learning Courses with an optional service component:
|Asian American Culture||Jung, Moon-Ho|
|ANTH 101A/B||Exploring Social Anthropology||Barker, Holly|
|ANTH 215||Medical Anthropology and Global Health||Chapman, Rachel|
|ANTH 469C||Special Studies in Anthropology: Environmental Health and Public Policy||Barker, Holly|
|ENGL 471||Composition Process||Rai, Candice|
/POL S 384
|Global Environmental Politics||Litfin, Karen|
|Environmental Sociology||Asah, Stanley|
|GEOG 230||Global Inequality||Galvis, Juan|
POL SCI 368
|International Human Rights||Mayerfeld, Jamie|
POL SCI 327
|Women's Rights as Human Rights||Cichowski, Rachel|
|MATH 381||Discrete Mathematical Modeling||Duchamp, Thomas|
|Psychobiology of Women||Kenney, Nancy|
|SIS 325||Immigration||Friedman, Kathie|
|SOC 374||Law and Society||Wender, Jonathan|
|WOMEN 200||Introduction to Women Studies||Aanerud, Becky|
Last updated September 20, 2010.