Each semester, the Service Learning Institute sponsors opportunities for Service Learning faculty and community partners to discuss their scholarly work related to service during lunch time sessions called "Soup, Salad, & Service". This fall we are continuing the conversations.
Previous presenters have been Professors John Berteaux from Human Communications, Angie Ngoc-Tran from Social Behavioral & Global Stuies, Debra Busman from the Human Communications department, Dr. Debra Burke & Dr. Pamela Motoike from Service Learning, Professor Dan Shapiro & Laura Lee Lienk From the Science & Environmental Policy Department, Rev. Rick Slone of Dorothy's Place and Laura Tantillo, Professor Stephanie Johnson, Visual & Public Art; Professor Sanjay Lanka, School of Business; Dr. Gerald Shenk of Social Behavioral/Global Studies; Professors Enid Blader & Steven Levinson of Teledramatic Arts & Technology; Dr. Scott Waltz and Dr. Miguel Lopez of Liberal Studies, Professor Rina Benmayor of Human Communication, and Professor Lila Staples of Visual and Public Art.
We kicked off our Fall 2013 "Soup, Salad, & Service" with a workshop led by professor Andrea Monroe (Facilitating Difficult Dialouges: Tips & Tools for Managing Emotions). Then, Seth Pollack facilitated A Conversation about the Carnegie Community Engagement Classification.
Our last event fo the Fall will happen Wednesday, November 20th, Reflecting on the Investiture Day of Service all Soup, Salad & Service events take place in the Service Learning Institute (Bldg 44) at 12-2pm.
For nine semesters, Service Learning faculty, community partners, and students have shared their experiences and practices with students, staff, and colleagues over a light lunch. All are welcome.
For more information contact Andrea Monroe, firstname.lastname@example.org or call 831.582.5175