Spring 2008 Service-Learning
Before the quarter begins:
- Explore the Students page on our website to learn more about service-learning!
- Curious about what's been offered in the past? Click on this link, then on any given quarter.
- You may also contact us at 206.616.2885 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have additional questions.
Once the quarter begins:
- Carlson Center representatives will come to all courses with a service-learning component to discuss service-learning registration logistics. For more information about why you might choose a service-learning opportunity, click here. For information about how to register for a particular service-learning opportunity, click here.
- ATTEND THE EARLY REGISTRATION WORKSHOP on Wednesday, April 2nd from 7-9 pm in Mary Gates Hall 241. This informative session will offer the time for you to think about your service-learning opportunity and your role in community organizations. Attendees may register for service-learning positions during the last portion of this session; access to early registration is only open to session attendees. RSVP to email@example.com by 12:00 noon on Wednesday, April 2nd to reserve your space.
- REGISTER ONLINE BEGINNING at 8:00 am on Thursday, April 3rd. Registration will remain open until 12:00 noon on Monday, April 7th. Service-learning registration options are first-come-first-served.
- If you have questions about service-learning email firstname.lastname@example.org, call (206) 616-2885 or stop by Mary Gates 120 to make an appointment to speak with a Carlson Center staff member.
- If you need bus and/or driving directions to your site, they are probably detailed in the list associated with your class below. If not, we highly recommend visiting the King County Metro web site for bus directions or mapquest for driving directions.
Last updated March 28, 2008.
|AES 151||Introduction to American Ethnic Groups||Description||Not available||R. Bonus|
|CEP 200||Introduction to Community and Environmental Planning||Description||Not available||M. Kondo|
|CHID 260||Rethinking Diversity: Community Learning Focus (Sections AA and AF)||Description||Not available||D. Giles|
|ECFS 305||Service Learning and Research III||Description||Not available||B. Jegatheesan|
EDUC 401C /
|Community Literacy Program
|EEP 999||Transition School
||Description||Not available||N. Sisko|
|ENGL 121 B||
Composition: Social Issues--Identity, Language, Community
|Description||Not available||A. Dwyer|
|ENGL 121 C||Composition: Social Issues -- Food Systems
|ENGL 121 D||Composition: Social Issues--Literacy/Education||Description||Not available||R. Goldberg|
|ENGL 121 E||Composition: Social Issues--Environment
||Description||Not available||A. Rose|
|ENGL 121 F||Composition: Social Issues--Education
||Description||Not available||A. Gross|
|ESRM 101||Forests and Society||Description||Not available||K. Vogt|
|ESRM 400||Natural Resource Conflict Management||Description||Not available||C. Ryan|
|GEN ST 349/NURS 445||Critical Perspectives on Homeless Youth||Description||Not available||J.Ensign, L.Pritchard, R.Vaughn|
|GEOG 271||Geography of Food and Eating||Description||Not available||
|POL S 384 / ENVIR 384||Global Environmental Politics||Description||Not available||
|SIS 438||Forced Migrations||Description||Not available||K. Friedman|
|SOC 270||Social Problems||Description||Not available||A. Harris|
|SOC 374||Law and Society||Description||Not available||J. Wender|
|SPAN 392||Experiential Learning||Description||Not available||M. Gilman|
|VALUES 495||Ethics in Practice||Description||Not available||S. Goering|
|WOMEN/PSYCH 357||Psychobiology of Women||Description||Not available||N. Kenney|