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UW 1020 M47 University Writing


CourseUW 1020: UW 1020 University Writing - T/TR 1:00PM-2:15PM, (91525)
UW 1020 M47 (Fall 2019Traditional)
Semester:Fall 2019
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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?
Hi it was great to meet you a few weeks ago-now that the semester is underway you should be serving and reporting your hours. Here's supports to do just that. Please remember to submit your hours by clicking on your organization first then click the box for your class!

1. Before you serve-be sure to fill out the service waiver here so far only 10 people in the class have completed this. Takes only a few seconds but it’s important to be safe while serving! The link is here

Second if you Have questions about how to find a service site and how to start working with a community partner? Check out the 2019-2020 student guide to Community Engaged Scholarship in your documents folder on your class site just click the documents tab. The guide covers how to call an organization about serving, a checklist before and during service and how to tie service to class assignments. Still looking for a community partner? More opportunities for service on GWServes at this link
Hi guys, please make sure you're completing your service waivers. This document must be submitted before you began volunteering at sites, visit
Also, take a look at the student guide for community-engaged courses, here
Before you start serving be sure to fill out the service waiver online here:

Have questions about getting ready to serve or how to start? Check out the student guide to service here: