Fall 2011


Business, Walker L. Cisler College of

MGT341Event Planning – Students will work with IBSEN Conference. Noquemanon Ski Marathon, and the Upper Peninsula Sled Dog Races and plan events.

Carol Steinhaus


Communications & Performance Studies

PR250 Research in Public Relations – Students will develop, conduct and analyze a survey for a specific public relations situation and community client.  

Wally Niebauer


Education, School of

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

Judith Puncochar

ED310 Social Studies Methods for Elementary Teachers Students plan lessons, assessments, extension activities, and technological connections for core social studies lessons at Bothwell Middle School and Superior Hills Elementary 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

Sue Szczepanski

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

Suzanne Standerford

Sue Szczepanski

ED402 Teaching Life Skills to Students with Disabilities –Students will work with a student with a disability as a part of the Therapeutic Riding Program at Willow Farms.

Laura Reissner

ED420 Teaching In Elementary School – Students will develop their teaching skills by teaching in elementary schools across the world.

Joe Lubig

ED430 Teaching In Secondary School – Students will develop their teaching skills by teaching in secondary schools across the world.

Joe Lubig


English

EN111 College Composition – Students will work with Superior Watershed and write articles for Superior's electronic newsletter on wetland restoration.

Rochelle Dale

EN309 The Teaching of Writing – Students will work with other students at the University of Northern Iowa to create a relevant writing assignment and assessment rubrics.

Heidi Stevenson

EN350 Methods and Materials for Teaching English – Students create lesson plans in literature for teachers at middle and high schools.

Kia Richmond


Health, Physical Education, and Recreation

HP203B Dance Performance – Students will develop a dance performance centering around creating awareness for AIDS and will present their work at various productions throughout the semester.

Maria Formolo

PE346 Adapted Physical Education – Students will create and implement an adapted physical education program, which addresses the needs of physically and mentally handicapped individuals at Marquette Area Public Schools.

Brian Myers

PE350 Methods in Physical Education – Students will create and implement a physical education program for Marquette High School during "Fitness Friday's."

Brian Myers


Hospitality Managemen
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HM115 Professional Cooking I – Students will develop menus, cost recipes and create their own specials to be served in the student run café which is open to the public.

Deborah Pearce


Military Science
 

HON 211- Patterns of Violence – Students will provide conduct focus groups with NMU veterans about their experiences at NMU.

Alan McEvoy


Modern Languages and Literatures

FR101 Elementary French I Students will create educational displays for exhibits at the Upper Peninsula Children's Museum.

Tara Foster

Beverly Matherne

FR201 Intermediate French I Students will mentor FR101 students and help them create educational displays for exhibits at the Upper Peninsula Children's Museum.

Nell Kupper

FR295 ST: Encountering Francophone CN – Students from the course will rotate hosting weekly French conversation sessions.

Tara Foster

FR300 Reading and Writing French – Students from the course will rotate hosting weekly French conversation sessions.

Nell Kupper

FR495 ST: Intro-French/Francophone Literature – Students from the course will rotate hosting weekly French conversation sessions.

Tara Foster


Nursing

NU212 Foundations of Professional Nursing Practice Clinic Students create and implement a service learning project or activity for older adults in one of the nursing homes around the Marquette area.

All Professors

NU412 Nursing Care of Populations Students create and implement care plans at Marquette General Hospital.

All Professors


Psychology
 

PY492A Behavioral Analysis Practicum – Students will provide services to area clinical sites and schools.

Mary Pelton-Cooper


Sociology
 

AN495-Historical Archaeology – Students will conduct an archaeology investigation on the south side of Mt. Mesnard/Marquette. 

Scott Demel

SO100-Youth in Transition – Students will present to local schools about social issues and the transition from high school to college.

Deanna Trella


Speech, Language, Hearing Sciences

SL464-Methods of Diagnosis – Students will screen children, administer tests, and teach lessons at Bark River Harris Elementary school.

Lori Nelson


Technology and Applied Science, School of
 

CN450-Project Control – Students will complete pre-construction work for the Department of Public Works to plan a model of public restroom for all of the city parks.

Michael Andary


University Studies
 

UN100 Freshman Seminar, Block 17 – Students will select a service project during their first few weeks of class.

Barb Coleman

UN100 First Year Experience, Block 18 – Students will be working with the Moosewood Nature Center extracting invasive plant species.

Andrew Bek

UN100 First Year Experience, Block 32 & 33 – Students will select the project at the beginning of the semester.

Faith Edwards

UN100 First Year Experience, Block35 – Students will work on a service learning activity related to health care. The class will select the project at the beginning of the semester.

Nancy Maas

UN250 Leadership Theory and Practice – Students will develop service learning project proposals based on needs in the community. The class will then select the project they feel has the most merit and carry out the service project.

Jon Barch