Tag Archives: Community Service

Students in John Stroup’s Service Learning Class Create Pathways to College

Education Assistant Professor John Stroup and his students have been working with youth at King Street Center to increase confidence and excitement about college. Visit King Street’s newsletter for more information. Visit King Street Center’s web page at www.kingstreetcenter.org. John says, “For those who believe that service learning pedagogy is a powerful way for our students […]



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Faculty Visit Dublin Campus

A note from Kathy Leo-Nyquist: My Visit to the Dublin Campus Hello all. I had the good fortune of visiting the Dublin campus in late September. We have ten Education students at the campus this fall, so it was very timely for me to go this semester.  It was wonderful meeting the Dublin faculty and […]



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Promoting Community Service in Youth

Congratulations to John Stroup and colleagues on a publication that has come out of their work on the positive youth development movement PeaceJam.  One article just last week in the Afterschool Matters Journal. Read the article Participation as a Relational Process: Unpacking Involvement in Social Action and Community Service. John would like to build a […]



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