Spring 2011 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 just prior to the beginning of the quarter .
- Before service-learning registration begins on March 30th or April 1st (depending on your course), 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: Your registration date and time is different depending on what course you are in. The list of service-learning registration times is posted below. Registration will be open until April 1 at 5pm.
- 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 Spring 2011 Servcie-Learning courses. Check back often as this list will be updated periodically over the next few weeks.
|Course #||Course Title||Registraion Date||Registration Time||Faculty|
|AAS 101||Asian American Culture||March 31||
|AES 151||Introduction to American Ethnic Groups||March 31||8am||Rick Bonus|
|ANTH 269||Anthropology of Sports||March 31||8am||Holly Barker|
|ANTH 469A||Participatory Methods||March 31||7am||Holly Barker|
|CHID 480||Advanced Special Topics: The Vagaries of Home: Vagrancy, Value and the Abject||March 31||8am||David Giles|
|ECFS 305||Service Learning and Research III||N/A||N/A||Carolyn Brennan|
|ECFS 456||Senior Project||N/A||N/A||Tiffany Lee|
|EDUC 401D||Community Literacy Project||March 28||12:30pm||Elizabeth Simmons-O'neill|
|ENGL 121A||Composition Social Issues (The Achievement Gap)||April 4||8am||Vincient Oliveri|
|ENGL 121B||Composition Social Issues (Food Production and Sustainability)||March 31||7am||Sarah Moore|
|Composition Social Issues (The Rhetoric of Poverty)||March 31||7am||Rachel Graf|
|ENGL 121E||Compositions Social Issues (Homelessness)||March 31||7am||Kim Trinh|
|ENGL 121F||Compositions Social Issues (DREAM America)||March 31||7am||Nancy Fox|
|ENGL 471||Teaching Writing||March 29||8am||Anis Bawarshi|
POL S 333
|Topics in International Relations: Political Ecology of the World Food System
||March 31||8am||Karen Litfin|
|ESRM 101||Forests and Society||March 31||8am||Kristina Vogt|
|ESRM 201||Pacific NW Ecosystems||March 31||8am||Tom Hinckley|
|HSTAA 353||Class and Labor||March 31||8am||James Gregory|
|NURS 412||Health Care Systems||March 31||6:45am||Josephine Ensign|
|NUTR 302||Food Studies: Harvest to Health||March 31||8am||Liz Kirk|
|PSYCH 306||Developmental Psychology||March 31||8am||Dana Nelson|
|Psychobiology of Women||March 31||8am||Nancy Kenney|
|SOC 110||Survey Sociology||March 31||8am||Jonathan Wender|
|SOC 270||Social Problems||March 31||8am||Alexis Harris|
|SOC 292||Public Schools in America||April 1||10am||Jason Wollschleger|
|SOC WF 315||Community Service Learning||N/A||N/A||Jennifer Maglalang|
|SPAN 392||Experiential Learning||N/A||N/A||Maria Gillman|
|WOMEN 200||Introduction to Women Studies||March 31||8am||Sara Diaz|
Last updated February 17, 2011.