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Service Learning Workshop

CAT and Xavier's Office of Service Learning are pleased to announce a workshop on the pedagogical uses of Service Learning. If you've always meant to explore Service Learning, if you've been curious about it but not certain how you would adapt it to your field or curriculum, or if you're an old hand and want to share your wisdom, be sure to attend this important workshop, and discover how you can enhance your students' active learning through community service. This workshop will be conducted by Dr. Catherine Ludlum Foos, a guest speaker from Campus Compact, the national Service Learning organization.

Refreshments will be served!

  • Led by: Dr. Catherine Ludlum Foos
  • Date: Friday, October 20, 2006
  • Time: 2:00 - 3:00 PM
  • Location: UC Private Dining Hall
  • Sponsor: CAT & Office of Service Learning

Note: Dr. Cathy Ludlum Foos is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Indiana University East, a regional campus of Indiana University. Her publications include Service Learning Workshop Curriculum Guide, co-edited with Julie Hatcher; Faculty Fellows program: Enhancing integrated faculty development through community service, co-authored with Robert Bringle, Richard Games, Robert Osgood, and Randall Osborne; and The "different voice" of service. Cathy is interested in issues of faculty development and in the ethical and political implications of service learning.

To register: Please register with Typhanie Jasper at ext. 5735 or ttjasper@xula.edu

Tags: service learning
Format: uncategorized
Event ID: 00752

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