Fall 2009

Business, Walker L. College of

UN100 – Freshman Seminar Students will collect boxes of food for the TV6 Canathon. The collected food will be delivered during the live show. The project is optional, but students will receive credit for participating.

Katherine Reynolds


Criminal Justice
 

CJ302 – Community Relations and Crime Prevention – Students will be putting on a Drunk Driving Awareness Day at the Westwood Mall.

Gloria Urban


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 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

Sue Szczepanski

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

Sue Szczepanski

ED402 – Teaching Life Skills – Each student will be assigned to work with a student with a disability as part of the Therapeutic Riding Program at Willow Farms in Harvey.

Linda Mallon

UN100 – Freshman Seminar – Students will take part in various health care volunteering.

Eileen Smit

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


English
 

EN11 – English Composition – Students will write profiles of the volunteers and places on the Yellow Dog Watershed Preserve for a special edition of the Yellow Dog Howl.  

Rochelle Dale


Health, Physical Education, and Recreation

HP295 – Dance Studio – Students will use dance, music, story and multi-media performances to as a catalyst for discussion around a theme promoting tolerance. They will perform a series of outreach performances to a variety of community partners.

Maria Formolo

PE350 – Methods in Physical Education – Students will create adapted physical education programming for area K-12 schools.

Bill Connor

ATR 329A – Intermediate Practicum – Students will serve as a student athletic trainer with a community partner. They will practice their skills, while assisting the community partners with daily activities such as prevention and care of injuries.

Maguerite Moore


Hospitality Management

HM115 – Professional Cooking – 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


Modern Languages and Literatures

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

All Professors

FR201 – Intermediate French I – Students will create educational displays for exhibits at the Upper Peninsula Children's Museum.

All Professors

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

All Professors

FR495 – French Theatre – Students from the course will rotate hosting weekly French conversation sessions.

All Professors


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

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

Sheri Giordana

Katherine Menard

NE421 – Community Health Nursing Clinic – Students will apply their knowledge of the nursing process to help complete 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.

All Professors


Psychology

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

Mary Pelton-Cooper


Sociology/Social Work

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

Patricia Cianciolo


Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences

SL464 – Methods of Diagnosis – Student will conduct speech, language and hearing screenings at local preschools and day care centers.

Lori Nelson