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Why Service-Learning?

 

Service Learning Committee: We're Here to Help!

Committee Members 2013/14: Sarah Harris, Kim DeSantis, Hitesh Kathuria, Paul Kriese, Maureen Scane, Matt Wills

To get involved in Service-Learning please contact the Center for Service-Learning or:

Lajmar Anderson, Service-Learning Coordinator,ldanders@iue.edu 765.973.8434

Frances Yates, Faculty Rep. to Indiana Campus Compact,  fyates@iue.edu765.973.8470

Ann Tobin, Service-Learning Campus/Community Liason, aktobin@iue.edu 765.973.8411

 

Center for Service-Learning

Service-Learning is an active method of learning in which students engage in structured community service and reflect on the meaning of that service. There are numerous service-learning opportunities and events at IU East, often associated with an academic course but always dedicated to helping you develop your spirit of service

The Center for Service-Learning is dedicated to assisting faculty,staff, and students in having meaningful service experiences. 

Our Mission

The mission of the Center for Service-Learning at Indiana University East is to promote service engagement as an integral component of a student's civic education and to facilitate Campus connections with the regional and online communities we serve.

Our Vision

To enrich the campus and community through educationally meaningful service that helps students become socially responsible citizens.

Our Goals

• Systematically collect, document, and report all service-learning activities generated through courses, projects and events by Indiana University East.
• Assist in development of partnerships that improve community quality of life and enhance student learning.
• Support faculty and staff development through sharing of research, best practices, and resources for effectively implementing community service and civic engagement.
• Actively participate in assessment of service-learning.


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