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SUST 3003 World on a Plate


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CourseSUST 3003: SUST 3003 World on a plate - T 4:10-6:00pm MPA BO7, (98428)
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World on a Plate SUST 3003 (Fall 2019 Traditional - Placement)
Semester:Fall 2019
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CausesCivic Engagement Community Food Insecurity, Hunger General Service Nutrition STEM Social Justice
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95 People | 389 Impacts | 818 Hours

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Thank you for all your work last semester. Please help us learn about your course and service through this brief survey: http://gwserves.givepulse.com/survey/take/9wVfFGMNPWp2DJCVWYHw

Fall courses close for hour submission this week so make sure you logged all of your service hours. Want a fast way to check? Take a peek at your service transcript screen shots to help you through the process here: https://blogs.gwu.edu/nashmanfacultyupdate/2020/01/08/students-check-your-service-transcript-on-gwserves-givepulse/

If you don't see your hours here, we don't have them and neither does your community partner. If you are hoping for a service award at graduation, the deadline is April 24th. April 24th is the last day to submit your service hours. To learn more about award levels for service, please click here: https://serve.gwu.edu/awards-and-recognition

Thanks for serving!
Hello Community Engaged Scholars,
Thank you for your learning, research and service to our GW and DC communities this semester.

Surveys and Cookies
We have a survey that we’d like you to complete it is anonymous but we will be able to see how many students in each course complete the survey. All courses with a 75% or better survey completion by Midnight Dec. 11th will be eligible to pick up a free cookie from the Nashman Center on Friday the 13th (winners announced the morning of Dec. 12th). The survey will ask you to click the box for your course (so there is the potential to get many cookies if you are in more than one designated class). The survey link is here http://gwserves.givepulse.com/survey/take/9wVfFGMNPWp2DJCVWYHw

Be a guest blogger
We’ve heard great stories from a variety of research and service sites this semester and we invite you to share them with the community. If you or a team of students and your community partner would like to blog about your service or research experiences this semester, we’d love to email rachellt@gwmail.gwu.edu your words may inspire more students to serve and engage with your community partner. We’d love to publish your work!

Take your community engaged scholarship beyond GW publish/present/secure funding
You’ve done the work and submitted the papers-why not consider publishing or presenting your work or applying for a fellowship so that the field can learn from you and your community partners can benefit. Here are some great places to get started:
Check out our blog we are constantly adding new places to publish and present community engaged work many of these calls are looking for student research-other calls will allow you to present with faculty https://blogs.gwu.edu/nashmanfacultyupdate/category/publish-or-present/
Get funding (up to $10,000) to support and expand your community engaged work through a Knapp Fellowship proposals due May 24th https://serve.gwu.edu/knapp-fellowship-entrepreneurial-service-learning
Present your work at GWU research days (you’ve already done this work in your classes-so why not) and be considered for the Nashman Prize https://serve.gwu.edu/nashman-prize-community-based-participatory-research
Extend your work with funding from the Public Service Grant Commission https://serve.gwu.edu/public-service-grant-commission
Work with your community partner on a project for peace grant https://serve.gwu.edu/projects-peace
If your work community engaged work with organizations centers sustainability-apply for the eco-equity challenge https://serve.gwu.edu/eco-equity-challenge
Watch this space and submit your writing on your work in the DC community for the Julian Clement Chase Prize https://writingprogram.gwu.edu/julian-clement-chase-prize

It’s the last week of classes don’t leave any impact hours unsubmitted!
Classes are over soon don’t forget to put all of your hours into givepulse now so that they can be approved before Dec. 21st when winter break begins. Fall classes will close for hour submission on Dec. 22nd. You are eligible for awards and recognition at graduation for the hours your serve during your time at GW https://serve.gwu.edu/awards-and-recognition

To view "Nashnan Student Opportunities Slides.pptx," please visit the email.
Course Credit for Symposium: Please post answers to your class wall. Thank you!



What one question or comment did you want to share with Alex Justice today from DCCK that we did not get to address in our session?



Which concurrent session did you attend? How did the students from the Community Engaged Scholarship Couse take up the idea of service and scholarship? What did you learn from them?



Showcase Sessions please answer for each room:

In room 301 which showcase laptop session did you find most compelling from the medical school and why?



In room 302- What did you learn about community engaged research by looking at these ongoing projects? Which method did

you find most effective for community engaged research?



In room 308- In the Human Service and Social Justice showcase which presentation best addressed a Social Justice issue that you were unaware of? Were you compelled to act/learn more about the issue because of what you saw if so what will you do?
If you have taken any photos at your service site, please be sure to send them to me.

Registration for the Symposium will close TONIGHT at midnight Dec. 1st. All students must register to attend whether you are presenting or not in order to both get class credit and be included in the lunch count please click here https://givepul.se/5dn7dq

For more information on the symposium and how to create a showcase presentation click these links https://serve.gwu.edu/symposium-community-engaged-scholarship (you’ll see a button with a link for information for presenters). The link answers most of the frequently asked questions about what presenting at the symposium looks like.
Registration will close TONIGHT at midnight Dec. 1st all students must register to attend whether you are presenting or not in order to both get class credit and be included in the lunch count please click here https://givepul.se/5dn7dq



For more information on the symposium and how to create a showcase presentation click these links https://serve.gwu.edu/symposium-community-engaged-scholarship (you’ll see a button with a link for information for presenters). The link answers most of the frequently asked questions about what presenting at the symposium looks like.





Say thank you to your community partner and invite them to the symposium!

Has your community partner gone above and beyond for you? Are you sharing work at the symposium from your service or research site? Invite them to lunch and the symposium-we'll have some great swag for all of the partners who attend. Share the RSVP with them today https://givepul.se/5dn7dq
While it is not required that you attend the symposium, it is highly encouraged. I hear that Professor Scully is awarding extra credit points to those who attend. This is an excellent opportunity to receive these extra credit points and to learn more about other community engaged scholarship (CES) courses.

To register for the Symposium, visit the link below.
Link: https://givepul.se/5dn7dq

If you would like to attend the Symposium or present, please visit the link below to learn more about the format.
Link: https://serve.gwu.edu/symposium-community-engaged-scholarship

***Also, when you are at your service site, please be sure to take a picture of yourself or classmates serving. These pictures will be used in a Power Point at the Symposium highlighting your classes community engaged scholarship.***
**Please email me this photo. You can contact me through your class page on Give Pulse, I am an admin.
In the "Documents" section, I added a PDF named "Nashman Student Opportunities." If you are interested to continue work in the community, be sure to check out this Power Point for grant and project opportunities.

If you have any questions about the Power Point, submitting impacts, the Symposium, etc., don't hesitate to ask.
I emailed you individually yesterday if you did not complete the service waiver.
If you have not yet done so, be sure to complete this online service waiver.
Service waiver link: https://gwserves.givepulse.com/survey/take/wq9uJGH00MH7Ju7oCCVe

**This survey will probably take you less than 3 minutes to complete.**
**Before you begin serving, you must fill out this online service waiver.**
Service waiver link: https://gwserves.givepulse.com/survey/take/wq9uJGH00MH7Ju7oCCVe
**Before you begin serving, you must fill out this online service waiver.**
Service waiver link: https://gwserves.givepulse.com/survey/take/wq9uJGH00MH7Ju7oCCVe