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Service-Learning & Science

Street Team member and former S-LTA Noa Golan reflects on how faculty member Dr. Begley provides an excellent example for the integration of service-learning into the College of Science.  By Noa Golan My very first semester of college, I was introduced to the wonderful world of service-learning through my Inquires in cell and molecular biology… Continue reading Service-Learning & Science

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A Reflection from the Street Team: Noa Golan

By Noa Golan As a freshman, I was lucky enough to find myself in Dr. Begley’s biology service-learning class. Initially, I didn’t quite understand what community service had to do with cell and molecular biology- that changed as soon as I started serving. I was a part of a group that was tasked with creating… Continue reading A Reflection from the Street Team: Noa Golan

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Transitioning from S-L student to an S-LTA

By Adrianna Graziano Ever since joining the Northeastern community, I have been an active participant in community service: first, exploring S-L my first semester in Professor Begley’s Inquiries in Cell and Molecular Biology course, then serving with the Americorps program Jumpstart, and now working as an S-L TA. After being an S-L student, the opportunity… Continue reading Transitioning from S-L student to an S-LTA