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New Horizons in the Navajo Nation

by Doug Knisely

Student Doug Knisely describes this summer’s sociology service learning trip to the Navajo Nation with IUP sociology professor Dr. Melanie Hildebrandt and Amizade Pittsburgh. 3,041 more words

Undergraduate Work

MCJ students and faculty help develop new app for Shaver museum

~ By Taylor Blaire Mosher, student writer for the College of Arts and Humanities

Last fall, the Central Sierra Historical Society and Museum in the Shaver area contacted MCJ professor Candace Egan and students Raja Tahir and Natalie Nigg to produce several videos. 596 more words

Media, Communications And Journalism

We Begin

We are “official!” ┬áService Synergy’s non-profit paperwork is filed. The footwork began years ago in Tepic, and in Southern Oregon high schools. Now this fledgling website will be filling you in. 40 more words


Service-Learning in Mathematics Workshop

Regents School of Austin, where I teach, will be hosting an institute for teachers and I’ll be leading a workshop on implementing service-learning in math courses. 270 more words

Teaching Resources

Iowa International Center internship

Administration Intern (15-20 hours, unpaid)

Iowa International Center is a non-profit organization that exists to build cultural respect at home and around the world, one person at a time. 324 more words

University of Cape Town

We spent two days with University of Cape Town (UCT) students, “dropping in” on their service learning course. The course is a 3-week elective open to multiple majors, but predominantly made up of engineering students. 779 more words

South Africa