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Juliet King

10358.75298

Juliet King

11603.50529

Carrie Knebel

Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci72788.25907

Deborah Bunkley

Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci71665.50579

Diana Sabados

Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci61799.00620

Jennifer Baldwin

Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci81379.80441

Lindsey Vance

Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci41470.75359

Miki Goerdt

Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci83615.451241

Stacey Nelson

Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci81662.25456

This section of BADM 4001 is offered through a partnership with the Honey W. Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service. Our goal is to provide students with opportunities to work with local nonprofit and public service organizations, leveraging their business skills to contribute t...
School of Business9583.25182

Tara Scully

This course combines community-based lab activites, taking students out into the community to educate the public on food, nutritional concepts, and issues learned in the course. Teams design, collaborate and/or implement an activity with a community partner. The activities will help the community pa...
Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci49985.90503

Maria del Carmen Montoya

Socially engaged practice lab with a focus on social, environmental, and community impact. Students collaborate with a local partner to identify and respond to local challenges. Restricted to students in the MFA in social practice and public policy program.Welcome to this community engaged scholarsh...
Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci40.000

Maria del Carmen Montoya

Socially engaged practice lab with a focus on social, environmental, and community impact. Students collaborate with a local partner to identify and respond to local challenges. Restricted to students in the MFA in social practice and public policy program.Welcome to this community engaged scholarsh...
Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci40.000

Max van Balgooy

140.000

Abbie Weiner

The purpose of this course is to provide students an opportunity to develop an understanding of the theories and principles of interpersonal communication simultaneous within a service-learning environment.
Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci26869.40175

Michele Carlson

Core studio for students in the MFA in social practice program. Intensive studio critique supported by an equally rigorous investigation of the interdisciplinary tools, strategies, cultural and technological innovations for socially engaged creative practice. Restricted to students in the MFA in soc...
Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci50.000

Maria del Carmen Montoya

Welcome to this community engaged scholarship course. We are here to support this experience. Your Nashman Center Course Guide is listed on the right as an administrator, click the contact button to send them an email with any questions you have about finding a service opportunity for this course, o...
Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci30.000

Alicia Bitler

No College Designated30.000

Alicia Bitler

No College Designated28365.59149

Meghan Hollibaugh Baker

No College Designated22538.8075