Winter 2009

Clinical Sciences

CLS203 – Immunohematology – Students are involved in the recruitment of blood donors, screening of donors, and assist with the blood donation procedure with U.P. Regional Blood Center. The donor pool will focus on NMU faculty and staff  whose historical blood donation has been low.

Mary Stunkard


Communications & Performance Studies 

BC473A – Advanced Audio Production – Students work with WNMU FM to record, edit, mix, and produce a one-hour music and interview radio show which will be aired during graduation weekend.

Charles Ganzert

PR330 – Public Relations Message Design – Each student works with a local, non-profit agency to create various public relations items for the agency to use in its media and marketing plans.

Wally Niebauer


Education, School of

ED231 – Teaching for Learning in the Secondary Classroom – Students help met a community need by assisting children with their homework and afterschool activities at Lake Superior Village Youth and Family Center, Bothwell Middle School and Nah Tah Wahsh Public School Academy.  

Judith Puncochar

ED306 – Children’s Literature – Students will select children’s books for the public library, Luz del Saber, in Santa Cruz, Honduras.       

Sandra Imdieke

ED310 – Social Studies Methods for Elementary Teachers – Students plan lessons, assessments, extension activities, and technological connections for core social studies lessons in seventh grade classrooms at Bothwell Middle School.

Derek Anderson

ED311 – Methods and Materials for Elementary Language Arts – Students teach elementary students to use writing notebooks, write poetry, and language experience approach writing at Sandy Knoll Elementary.

Suzanne Standerford

ED312 – Science Methods for Elementary Teachers – Students plan lessons, assessments, extension activities, and technological connections for core science lessons in seventh grade classrooms at Bothwell Middle School.

Greg Coverdale

ED316 – Elementary Reading Instruction – Students will assist various elementary teachers in creating and providing instruction to small groups of children.

Suzanne Standerford

ED319 – Teaching of Reading for the Secondary Teacher – Students conduct reading lessons and team-building activities with secondary students related to real-life situations and career expectations  in the classrooms of various Marquette area schools

Markisha Smith

ED349 – Teaching for Equity, Diversity and Social Justice – Students conduct reading lessons and team-building activities with secondary students related to real-life situations and career expectations  in the classrooms of various Marquette area schools

Markisha Smith


English

EN303 – Technical and Professional Writing – Students will revise the NMU Academic Service Learning manual and complete a needs assessment of the Marquette community for future academic service learning projects.

Elizabeth Monske

EN309 – Teaching Writing – Students work to meet the needs of K – 12 teachers by generating lesson plans that include writing or literature as an emphasis.

Kia Richmond

EN350 – Methods and Materials for Teaching English – Students will create a unit plan and select textbooks for the Native American Literature class at Baraga High School.

Kia Richmond

EN462 – Literature for Young Adults – Students will provide various book reviews and lesson plans to select U.P. elementary schools and Teaching Family Homes.

Kia Richmond


Health Physical Education and Recreation

PE472 – Health & Exercise Leadership Skills – Students will provide assistance at the NMU Wildcat Wellness Health Fair to educate on health and screen for many aspects of illnesses.  

Barb Coleman

RE261 – Leadership and Pedagogy in Leisure Services – Students teach a variety of leisure, outdoor recreation, outdoor education lessons for Marquette Senior High School and Father Marquette Elementary School.

Cheryl Teeters

RE362 – Program Design in Leisure Services – Student plan, implement and evaluate leisure programs in the Marquette community for various populations.

Cheryl Teeters


Hospitality Management

HM221 – Hospitality Service Management – Students will provide Chez Nous with a menu, daily special and service to highlight proper service techniques.

Leslie Cory

HM225 – Banquets & Catering – Students will provide the NMU Northern Council for Lifelong Learning  with assistance in creating a menu  and service.

Deborah Pearce


Modern Languages and Literatures

FR102 – Elementary French 2 – Students will create and arrange educational displays focusing on French culture for the Upper Peninsula Children's Museum.

Nell Kupper

FR310 – Introduction to French Civilization and Culture – Students will create poser presentations on different regions of France to educate the Marquette community.

Tara Foster


Music

MU174 – Opera Workshop – Students will design and perform a mini-opera for children at Marquette area schools in correlation with Music in Our Schools Month (March) to educate children.

Robert Engelhart


Native American Studies

NAS488 – Native American Service Learning Project – Working with the DeVos Art Museum, students will research objects in the Losey Collection of Native American art and prepare materials for lesson plans and educational kits.

Adriana Green


Nursing

NE421 – Community Health Nursing Clinic – Students formulate nursing care of populations by completing health projects for various community agencies.

All Professors

NE432 – Management Concepts in Nursing – Students will assist local health care agencies with their needs while realizing that citizens have both an opportunity and a responsibility to be involved in the life of the community and in addressing community problems.

Mary Ellen Powers


Philosophy

PL200 – History of Ancient and Medieval Philosophy – Students will hold a Service Learning Olympics, which will publicize various community organizations in and around Marquette and the Upper Peninsula, as well as brings them together and helps them begin relationships which can be mutually beneficial.

James Highland

PL270 – World Religions – Students will facilitate discussions on aspects of people’s culture and religious at a community feast that will promote acceptance of diversity.

James Highland


Sociology/Social Work

SW100 – Exploring Social Work – Students will work with various human services agency to provide added assistance to the care of patients and education programs.

Patricia Cianciolo


Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences

SL400 – Phonological Disorders – Students screen children, administrate tests, and teach lessons in communicative disabilities to students at Bark River Harris Elementary School.

Jim Zeigler