By Service-Learning Program Assistant Kelsie O’Flanagan As the Spring 2018 semester wraps us, many of the pieces of our Service-Learning puzzle had a chance to come together to celebrate another successful semester at our Spring 2018 Service-Learning EXPO! To see details on presenters, Spring 2018 community partners, and more, explore our Spring 2018 Service-Learning EXPO … More Putting the Pieces Together at the Spring 2018 EXPO
By Program Assistant & Co-op Amanda Tompkins and Program Assistant Asta MacKie Each year, the Service-Learning Program asks our community to nominate any student, faculty member, community partner, or Service-Learning Student Leader who goes above and beyond in their role within Service-Learning. This year, we received a record number of nominations, and were so pleased … More Congratulations to the 2017-2018 Course-Community Collaboration Award Winners!
By Service-Learning Program Assistant & Co-op Mike Henetz On Thursday, December 7th the Curry Student Center Ballroom was full of students, faculty, representatives of community organizations and members of the local / NU community. All were there to learn from student presenters about their experiences with S-L this semester. The theme of this semesters EXPO was A … More Fall 2017 Service-Learning EXPO Recap
Written by Service-Learning Program Associate, Suzie Kim On a Wednesday evening in late March, close to 45 community partners and faculty members gathered for an evening mixer of creative collaboration! The What Keeps Us Up at Night? event was a space to support free-form connections between all stakeholders of Service-Learning to explore what keeps each … More What Keeps Us Up at Night?
By Service-Learning Program Assistant and Co-op Haomu Chen The Fall 2016 Service-Learning EXPO has come and gone! The hour and a half showcase was as beautiful and smooth as a symphony. Speaking of symphony, it was our intention to make music the theme of this semester’s EXPO – community partners, S-L faculty members, S-LTAs, students, … More Fall 2016 Service-Learning EXPO Recap
The Spring 2016 Service-Learning EXPO has come and gone! The hour and a half showcase was as fleeting and fascinating as a speeding comet. The theme of this semester’s EXPO was space galaxy – so fittingly, this year’s event took place in a space much different from EXPOs past. The usual eating/study space on the ground floor … More Spring 2016 EXPO was Out of this World!
By Ben Sanders This year, the Center of Community Service took the Student Life Awards by storm, showcasing the amazing work put in by students in the Center. On Thursday, April 14, the Center of Community Service recognized three exemplary students during the event for the honor of receiving the 2016 Community Service Leadership Award. Each year, since … More A CCS Trifecta: Three Students Awarded for Community Service Leadership at the 2016 NU Student Life Awards
By Harumi Harakawa It’s that time of year again! Pre-finals anxiety is settling in, mandatory silent hours have been implemented, and the culmination of this semester’s work done through the Service-Learning Program is about to be showcased during the long awaited Spring 2016 EXPO! Read on for a small sampling of what to expect at … More A Preview of the Spring 2016 EXPO
Northeastern Center of Community Service and the Massachusetts Promise Fellowship would like to thank all the participants, facilitators, and volunteers that helped make our 2016 MLK Day of Service and Leadership such a tremendous success! The event engaged over 300 NU students, local youth, AmeriCorps members, and community leaders in service projects and leadership workshops that focused … More TBT: MLK Day of Service & Leadership
From Wednesday, Feb. 3 to Sunday, Feb. 28, Service-Learning faculty member Jamal Thorne’s artwork will be on display at Kingston Gallery in Boston’s South End. Thorne’s show, titled “Phantasmal Espionage,” will include “a selection of monochromatic representational drawings” as well as a “site-specific wall drawing,” according to the press released issued by Kingston Gallery. “This series,” according … More Service-Learning Faculty member Jamal Thorne Displays “Phantasmal Espionage”