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Faculty Resources

Learn more about service-learning pedagogy and professional development workshops and conferences by exploring the links below.

Service-Learning

Service-Learning is a teaching and learning strategy [and a form of experiential learning] that integrates meaningful community service with instruction and reflection to enrich the learning experience, teach civic responsibility, and strengthen communities (National Service-Learning Clearinghouse).

The Center for Civic Engagement at WSU Pullman has established a service learning course designation (“C”) for courses at the WSU campuses that will appear in the course schedule to identify the many academic courses/sections offering a service learning component. Here is some more information on Service Learning Course Designations.

Meet Our Service-Learning Faculty

Amy Meredith
Amy Meredith, Ph.D.
Speech and Hearing Sciences
Profile

Barb Richardson
Barb Richardson, Ph.D.
Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine
Profile

RISK MANAGEMENT
RISK MANAGEMENT
For a general overview about
risk management, please review
the following document from
California Polytechnic State
University

REFLECTION ACTIVITIES
REFLECTION ACTIVITIES
DEAL Model,
from North Carolina State University
Reflection Toolkit,
from NW Service Academy
Reflection Journal,
from Purdue University

Contact the Office of Community Engagement and Service learning for more information about the risk management process at WSU Health Sciences Spokane.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Veronica Puente, Community Engagement Coordinator at puentev@wsu.edu or at 509-358-7522.

 

Washington State University Health Sciences Spokane