Community

Resilience: Food Access in our Communities

Written by CETR Program Associate, Chelsea Lauder For Community-Engaged Teaching and Research (CETR) at Northeastern, our Spring 2020 semester was interrupted, alongside the rest of the world, by the COVID-19 pandemic. The pandemic has highlighted existing issues for food access and security in our Boston communities. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Boston Food… Continue reading Resilience: Food Access in our Communities

Rewards & Recognitions

Community-Engaged Faculty Scholarship & In the News: 2020-2021

Even as the world stopped with the onslaught of COVID-19 - the research, scholarship, and spotlighting of our community-engaged faculty network has not. This post shares the scholarship and news features of our 2020-2021 service-learning course faculty members. While it is only a sampling, it is an incredible list that showcases the innovative and important… Continue reading Community-Engaged Faculty Scholarship & In the News: 2020-2021

Archive

5 Ways to Stay Engaged With Your Community During COVID-19

By S-L Street Team Members Madhumita Rao and Rosa Martinez Over the last 11 months, life has been different due to the pandemic. Although on-site volunteering has decreased, it is still possible to engage with the community in other ways. In fact, this unprecedented time is when many organizations in the Boston area are understaffed… Continue reading 5 Ways to Stay Engaged With Your Community During COVID-19

S-L Student & Faculty Reflections

#CapturingCommunity: Ileeana Johnson

By S-L Street Team Member JooNa Kim Name: Ileeana Johnson Role in Service-Learning: Service-Learning TA College: College of Arts, Media, & Design Major: Music Minors: Psychology and Marketing Q1: What should everyone know about Service-Learning? I tell my students that Service-Learning is almost like simultaneously being on a co-op as part of one of your classes. This program… Continue reading #CapturingCommunity: Ileeana Johnson

News & Events

Community Events: December 2020 & January 2021

Looking for something fun to do in December or January? Check out these events you can safely attend! Race, Art & Hope: A Conversation What? The Boston Arts Academy Foundation presents the series Race, Art & Hope. This second installment of this series will continue to discuss racism and social inequality. The panelists include leaders… Continue reading Community Events: December 2020 & January 2021