Current Courses

Academic service learning courses utilize an exciting teaching methodology that incorporates community service as a means of helping students gain a deeper understanding of course objectives, acquire new knowledge, develop professional expertise and engage in civic activity. Courses for the Fall 2015 and Winter 2016 semesters are currently being designated.

Fall 2015

Clinical Sciences Faculty
SL 464: Methods of Diagnosis Lori Nelson
Communication and Performance Studies Faculty
BC 272: Studio Television Production Mark Shevy
BC 473A: Advanced Audio Production Charles Ganzert
PR 250: Research in Public Relations Shawn Davis
Earth, Environmental and Geographical Sciences Faculty
GC 269: Introduction to Sustainability Sarah Mittlefehldt
Education, Leadership & Public Service Faculty
ED 231: Teaching for Learning in Secondary Classrooms Judy Puncochar
ED 310: Social Studies Methods and Materials for Elementary Teachers Derek Anderson
ED 311: Methods and Materials for Teaching Elementary Language Arts Melanie Reaves
ED 316: Elementary Reading Instruction I Melanie Reaves
ED 420: Teaching Elementary School Linda Ludwig
ED 430: Teaching in Secondary School Linda Ludwig
PA 501: Public Policy Analysis David Haynes
PA 507: Principles of Public Administration Jennifer James-Mesloh
PA 511: Ethics and Public Administration Jim Alexander
PA 598: Directed Study Derek Anderson
Health and Human Performance Faculty
ATR 125: Emergency Care Nicholas Wujcik
Tyler Harris
Sarah Thomson
Maggy Moore
ATR 392A: Intermediate  Practicum I Maggy Moore
PE 346: Adaptive Physical Education Brian Myers
PE 350: Methods and Materials of Physical Education Brian Myers
RE 250: Education in Outdoor Settings Jacquie Medina
RE 381: Interpretation I: Foundations and Guided Services Jacquie Medina
Hospitality Management Faculty
HM 115: Professional Cooking I Deb Pearce
Loganne Lynne Boersema
Modern Languages & Literature Faculty
FR 101: Elementary French I Tara Foster
FR 201: Intermediate French II Nell Kupper
FR 300: Reading and Writing in French  Tara Foster
Nursing Faculty
NU 212: Foundations of Professional Nursing Practice Clinic Nicole Pischel
Mary Franczek
Rhian Smith
Shannon Scott
NU 412: Nursing Care of Populations Bitsy Wedin
Dianne Adams
Kristi Robinia
NU 818: Evidence Based and Translational Models Terry Delpier
Psychology Faculty
PY 205: Introduction to Research Methods in Psychology Jon Barch
PY 492A: Practicum I Mary Pelton-Cooper
Social Work Faculty
SW 100: Exploring Social Work Patricia Cianciolo
SW 480: Senior Field Placement I Ann Candell-Williams
Technology and Occupational Sciences Faculty
CN 450: Project Control Michael Andary
University Studies Faculty
UN 100: Freshman Seminar - Section 25 Kathryn Johnson
UN 100A: Freshman Seminar - Section 10 Barb Coleman
UN 100A: Freshman Seminar - Section 22 Lindsey Butorac
UN 250: Leadership Theory and Practice Jon Barch