First-Year Students Serve Northeastern Through Activism: Students Against Institutional Discrimination

Introduction By Grace Di Cecco, Service-Learning Teacher Assistant This spring, freshman honors students in Professor Sarah Finn’s First-Year Writing course “Science, Technology, and Human Values” have participated in Service-Learning by joining on-campus activist groups that relate to course themes of science, technology, and human values. Their service work has informed their learning in the course as... Continue Reading →

First-Year Students Serve Northeastern Through Activism: Husky Environmental Action Team

Introduction By Grace Di Cecco, Service-Learning Teacher Assistant This spring, freshman honors students in Professor Sarah Finn’s First-Year Writing course “Science, Technology, and Human Values” have participated in Service-Learning by joining on-campus activist groups that relate to course themes of science, technology, and human values. Their service work has informed their learning in the course as... Continue Reading →

First-Year Students Serve Northeastern Through Activism: GlobeMed

Introduction By Grace Di Cecco, Service-Learning Teacher Assistant This spring, freshman honors students in Professor Sarah Finn’s First-Year Writing course “Science, Technology, and Human Values” have participated in Service-Learning by joining on-campus activist groups that relate to course themes of science, technology, and human values. Their service work has informed their learning in the course as... Continue Reading →

Congratulations Danielle Dottor, Recipient of the 2016-2017 Course-Community Collaboration Award

2016-2017 Course-Community Collaboration Award The annual Course-Community Collaboration Award celebrates Northeastern’s Service-Learning faculty, students, student leaders, and community partners who have made an exceptional impact through their partnership. Congratulations S-L Student Danielle Dottor! Nominated by Rachel Kirk of Hyde Square Task Force Human Services Professions with Dr. Lori Gardinier College of Social Sciences & Humanities... Continue Reading →

First-Year Students Serve Northeastern Through Activism: Feminist Student Organization

Introduction By Grace Di Cecco, Service-Learning Teacher Assistant This spring, freshman honors students in Professor Sarah Finn’s First-Year Writing course “Science, Technology, and Human Values” have participated in Service-Learning by joining on-campus activist groups that relate to course themes of science, technology, and human values. Their service work has informed their learning in the course as... Continue Reading →

First-Year Students Serve Northeastern Through Activism: Slow Food

Introduction By Grace Di Cecco, Service-Learning Teacher Assistant This spring, freshman honors students in Professor Sarah Finn’s First-Year Writing course “Science, Technology, and Human Values” have participated in Service-Learning by joining on-campus activist groups that relate to course themes of science, technology, and human values. Their service work has informed their learning in the course as... Continue Reading →

Supervisor – The Biggest Resource on Site

By Haomu Chen, Street Team Member             At this point of the semester, you probably have already learned about Asset-Based Community Development (ABCD), and if not, here is a quick overview. You might also have completed your first week of service and met your supervisor. Yes, your supervisor! Arguably, your... Continue Reading →

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