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Service-Learning Projects

Service-Learning Projects

Below is a list of projects which the Center for Service-Learning has completed with various departments and in collaboration with a number of community partners. Click on the project below for more information about the service-learning process and to view model syllabi for the course.

ACT 505 - Advanced Auditing
This 3 credit course will provide thorough coverage of the theory and practice of auditing using both the transactional cycle and account balance approaches.
AED 354L - Art Education Lab
This course will provide the student with the basic teaching skills and 15 hours of field experience necessary for success during student teaching.
ANT 102 - Introduction to Archaeology & Physical Anthropology
This course provides a broad introduction to the principle concepts and methods of archaeology and physical anthropology.
CSD 457 - Case Studies
This capstone seminar enables students to integrate knowledge and skills acquired in prior coursework.
CYD 201/202
This course is designed to provide students with an increased knowledge of child/adolescent development, risk and protective factors in the lives of youth.
The North Star Service-Learning Project
 
ECO 340 - Labor Economics
Theories of labor markets, including human capital theory, imperfect labor, market theories, discrimination, and unemployment.
HIS 331 - African American History
Examination of the major events, movements and individuals in the African American experience from colonization through Reconstruction.
FRN 204G - Introduction to African and Caribbean Literature and Cultures
A study of France and the francophone countries in their geographical, economic, political, and cultural aspects.
LST 301 - Language and Literacy Development
An introductory theoretical and practical course that addresses both the general and the particular nature of the language, learning, and cognitive processes for pre-adolescents and adolescents including adolescents with disabilities.
Native American Studies Service-Learning Project
The service-learning partnership with Ganondagan Native American Historic Site is designed to achieve student learning outcomes as well as advance students' understanding and appreciation of Haudenosaunee culture.
MGT 410 - Management Ethics
Students develop the ability to recognize, analyze and apply potential solutions to ethical and moral issues in business.
PSY 355 - Aging and Community Service
This course integrates community placement in elder care and adult residential settings with some of the major theories and facts related to the biological, psychological and social characteristics of older adults, as well as with the research investigating the various ways in which older adults influence, and are influenced by, their community.
PSY 226 - Adulthood and Late Life Psychology
Psychological, biological, and social changes and transitions occurring during the adult developmental trajectory will be discussed.
PTR 222 - Professional Issues II
The second in a series of three, this course will build on the foundation provided in the first course and prepares students for their first full-time PT clinical experience.
SCI.Q 132L - Nutrition Concepts Laboratory
This P(EQ) lab course will explore the question: How do we apply the scientific method to gain knowledge of food content?
SPN 315 - Urban Chronicles and Modernity in Latin America
This is an upper level course for Spanish majors and qualified minors.
SWK 352 - Social Work Research Methods
This course emphasizes familiarity with the scientific method and essential aspects of social research methodology in both the qualitative and quantitative traditions.
SWK 601 - Social Work Practice III: Family and Community Practice
Develops knowledge and advanced skills in approaches that effectively enhance, preserve, and restore family functioning within a community context.
Youth Engaged with Service
The Y.E.S. partnership was initiated through a civic engagement grant funded by the Rochester Area Community Foundation in 2004.
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