Learn more about service-learning and incorporating service-learning into the courses that you teach. There will be two mini-sessions held on Tuesday, Sept. 10 at 8 a.m. and again on Wednesday, Sept. 11 at 3 p.m. in the Faculty Development Center. A panel of 3-4 experienced service-learning professors will share their knowledge of and the benefits service-learning has had on the students they teach. This session’s speakers include:

Keri Desutter – Professor, School of Teaching and Learning

Sue Humphers-Ginther – Professor, Sociology and Criminal Justice

Danelle Klaman – Professor, School of Social Work

Melanie Schicker – Professor and program coordinator for both the under graduate Health Services Administration and the new Master of Health Administration program.

Each speaker will share:

  • Their background in service-learning
  • Why they decided to incorporate service-learning into their courses
  • The benefits for students by having them participate in service-learning
  • What their service-learning projects look like
  • Advice for someone who is considering adding service-learning into their courses

For more information, contact Dr. Michael Coquyt at 218.477.2019 or michael.coquyt@mnstate.edu