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Table of contents Welcome........................................................ 3 The S-L Team & Street Team...................... 4 S-L by the Numbers...................................... 5 Fall 2017 Service-Learning Courses......... 6-9 Fall 2017 Community Partners.............. 10-11 Service-Learning Advisory Board......... 12-13 Thank You!.................................................. 14 Spring 2018 Anticipated Courses.............. 15 Event Schedule...................................... Back

Questions To Ask Presenters................ Back

Connect With Us..................................... Back

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Welcome! Good morning and welcome to the Fall 2017 Service-Learning EXPO! Thank you for attending today’s EXPO, which is a display of the collaboration that has occurred this semester between students, faculty, and our community partners. If you have attended an EXPO in the past, you may notice that this year’s structure is a little different- instead of having students individually present about their work, we have invited each course section to get creative with one table to highlight their partnerships throughout the semester in any way they see fit. As you can imagine and will see today, service-learning involves a large community of stakeholders- it truly takes a village. None of this would be possible without the dedication of our community partners, faculty, Service-Learning Advisory Board, Service-Learning Teaching Assistants (S-LTAs), Service-Learning Team Managers (S-LTMs), Service-Learning Street Team, and the support of the staff in the Center of Community Service and City and Community Affairs. The Service-Learning Program is constantly refining local partnerships and attempting to support thoughtful global engagement. The presentations you will see today are indicative of how service-learning facilitates learning and growth in both the community and the classroom. For the 8th year in a row, Service-Learning at Northeastern has been named one of the top service-learning programs in the country by US News and World Report. Our students have served over 10,958+ hours just this semester! Our hope is that today you will see what happens during all those hours- not only the effort that our community partners and students put in, but also the reflective experiences they take away from it, too. Thank you all for joining us today, and on behalf of myself and the rest of the Service-Learning team – Lisa Roe, Michael Henetz, Asta MacKie, Lennox Atkinson– we hope that you enjoy learning about our Service-Learning partnerships. Each one is service-learning in a different form and as evident in the presentations, adds value to both the students and community partners. We hope you enjoy your “day at the beach”!

Becca Berkey, Ph.D. Director of Service-Learning Center of Community Service

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The S-L Team From left to right: Lennox Atkinson-Street Team Coordinator Becca Berkey-Director of Service-Learning Michael Henetz-Service-Learning Program Assistant Co-op, S-LTA for Skills for Managerial Success Asta MacKie-Service- Learning Program Assistant Co-op, S-LTA for Math, Magic, Puzzles, & Games

street team

Lisa Roe- Assistant Director of Service-Learning

These leaders are an asset to the Service-Learning Program's continuous engagement in the Greater Boston community. Top, left to right: Rain Dimen, Amanda Barr, Tyler Nicholson, Anika Krause, Bree Hussong, Lennox Atkinson Bottom, left to right: Sophia Gunzburg, Kelsie O'Flanagan, Jasmine Cheung, Jenny Chan Not pictured: Emily Aoki, Kalon Goonetilleke, Anna Moore

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S-L BY THE NUMBERS 50 S-L Course Sections 39 Faculty Members 965 Students 39 S-L Teaching Assistants

12 Street Team Members 5 Team Managers 6 S-L Fellows 96 Community Partners

10,958+ Hours of Service 5


* Presenting at EXPO

Fall 2017 courses

BouvĂŠ College of Health Sciences Nutrition Service-Learning Faculty: Janice Maras S-LTA: Olivia Watrous

Physical Therapy Project 1 Faculty: Lorna Hayward

Physical Therapy Project 1 Faculty: Ann Golub-Victor & Diane Fitzpatrick

College of Arts, Media, and Design 5D Fundamentals Experience and Drawing Faculty: Kara Braciale (4 Sections) S-LTA: Simone Harrell & Jessi Tassini

Video Basics Faculty: David Tames S-LTA: Michelle Wang

Principles of Organizational Communication Faculty: Elise Dalimore

College of Computer and Information Science Information Presentation & Visualization Faculty: Michelle Borkin S-LTA: Emily Breen

Software Development Faculty: Jose Annunziato

Visualization for Network Science Faculty: Cody Dunne S-LTA: Danielle Nguyen

Software Development Faculty: Mike Weintraub (2 Sections)

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Fall 2017 Courses College of Engineering Cornerstones of Engineering 1 Faculty: Susan Freeman (2 Sections) S-LTAs: Monica Salas, Mira Maalouf

Enabling Engineering Faculty: Waleed Maleis

College of Professional Studies Community Learning 1 Faculty: Lisa Roe, Barbara Shimer (2 Sections), Lucy Bunning (2 Sections) S-LTAs: Cici Wang, Nancy Ho, Sadiya Gurhan Education in the Community Faculty: Polly Attwood S-LTA: Taylor Drysdale

Writing Home Faculty: Amy Lantinga S-LTA: Kendall Trelegan

College of Science Inquiries in Biology Faculty: Gail Begley S-LTA: Kaleb Kelly

College of Social Sciences and Humanities Advanced Chinese 1 Faculty: Hua Dong S-LTA: Lautaro Grinspan

Advanced Spanish Conversation: Global Communication Faculty: Maria Brucato S-LTA: Taylor Tomasso

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FALL 2017 COURSES College of Social Sciences and Humanities First-Year Writing Faculty: Sarah Finn, Bret Keeling (2 Sections), Areti Sakellaris, Max White, Sebastian Stockman S-LTAs: Nuria Romero, Emma Paquette, Danielle Dottor, Julia Hayward,Rachel Prendergass, Heather MacEwen Human Services Professions Faculty: Lori Gardinier (2 Sections) S-LTAs: Hannah Flath, Sara Flynn The Nonprofit Sector, Philanthropy, and Social Change Faculty: Rebecca Riccio S-LTA: Allegra Mangione The Practice and Theory of Teaching Writing Faculty: Belinda Walzer S-LTA: Erykah Gomes

D'Amore-McKim School of Business Marketing Research Faculty: Keith Smith S-LTA: Shelbe Van Winkle

Marketing and Society Faculty: Amir Grinstein S-LTA: Laura Martz

Skills for Managerial Success Faculty: Curtis Odom (2 Sections) S-LTA: Mike Henetz, Amanda Wassenar

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FALL 2017 COURSES NU Explore Program Connections and Decisions Faculty: Sara Leavitt, Brooke Hoger, Lynn Dornink S-LTA: Eryn Nakashima, Lilah Keegan, Allegra Mangione Food Justice and Social Change Faculty: Becca Berkey S-LTA: Ava Gallo

University Honors Program Border as Medium Faculty: Sarah Kanouse S-LTA: Joel Fierschnaller

Climate Change and Society Faculty: Sharon Harlan S-LTA: Kaleem Ahmid

Contemporary Issues in Healthcare Math, Magic, Puzzles and Games Faculty: Lorna Hayward Faculty: Stanley Eigen S-LTA: Hannah Lesnik S-LTA: Asta MacKie

Northeastern Presentations Scout Labs -foster the design community at Northeastern University through real client work, speaker series, and interactive workshops

Freedom by Design -constructs small service projects for The American Institute of Architecture Students

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COMMUNITY PARTNERS 826 Boston Action for Boston Community Development (ABCD) Alternatives for Community and Environment (ACE) Asian Community Development Corporation Balfour Academy BalletRox Bird Street Community Center Boston Building Resources-Reuse Center Boston Cares Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center Boston Debate League Boston Housing Authority Boston Public Health Commission; Peer Leadership Institute Boston Public Schools, Boston Latin Academy Boston Public Schools, Excel High School Boston Public, William Carter School Boston Rescue Mission Boston Scores Boys & Girls Club of Boston Blue Hill Club Boys & Girls Club of Boston Hennigan Club Boys & Girls Club of Boston, Yawkey Club of Roxbury Breakthrough Greater Boston Camp Harbor View Carter School

Catholic Charities Teen Center at St. Peter's Catholic Charities, El Centro del Cardenal Catholic Charities- Labouré Center Charles Newtown Housing Cooperative Citizen Schools Community Servings Digital Grandparents Edward M. Kennedy Academy for Health Careers Elderly Housing Development & Operations Corp Ellis Memorial Emmanuel Gospel Center Ethos Everday Boston Fit Kids at Madison Park Franciscan Children's Hospital Fresh Truck Friends of the Children-Boston Generation Citizen GreenRoots Greater Boston Chinese Golden Age Center Healthy Kids, Healthy Futures Hearth at Elsie Frank House & Ruggles Assisted Living Hernández After School Program Hong Lok House Hostelling International Boston Hyde Square Task Force Jumpstart Let's Get Ready

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COMMUNITY PARTNERS Literacy Volunteers of Massachusetts Wang YMCA of Chinatown Little Brothers - Friends of the Elderly Women's Lunch Place Madison Park Village YMCA International Learning Center Mason Place Housing Development You're With Us! Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority Youth Enrichment Services Massachusetts Treasury Massachusetts General Hospital Youth Scholars Program Massachusetts Promise Fellowship Maverick Landing Community Services Mayor's Office of New Urban Mechanics Mission Hill After School Program Mission Hill Health Movement Morgan Memorial Goodwill Industries Morville House Mothers for Justice and Equality Mujeres Unidas Avanzando National Council for Adoption Northeastern Crossing Northeastern University Alliance for Civically Engaged Students (NU/Aces) Peace through Play Quincy Towers Raising A Reader MA Scholar Athletes St. Mark Community Center St. Stephen's Youth Program Susan Bailis Assisted Living Symphony Plaza Timothy Smith Network TOP Soccer Tutors for All United Residents in Academy Homes II, Inc. United South End Settlements Urban Farming Institute of Boston, Inc.

Thank You Partners

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SERVICE-LEARNING ADVISORY BOARD

Gail Begley , Co-Chair Becca Berkey, Co-Chair Teaching Professor in Biology; Director of Service-Learning Director, University PreHealth Center of Community Service Advising Program College of Science

Katherine Calzada Assistant Dean for Research Development CAMD

Susan Freeman Director & Teaching Professor, First-Year Engineering Program College of Engineering Lori Gardinier Director, Human Services Program College of Social Sciences & Humanties

Elise Dallimore Associate Professor, Communication Studies College of Arts, Media & Design; Joint appointment in D'Amore-McKim School of Business Kaitlin Fulton Associate Director of Admissions Undergraduate Admissions Ellen Goldman Senior Associate Director, Career Development Career Development

Ann Golub-Victor Associate Clinical Professor, Lorna Hayward Physical Therapy Associate Professor, Physical Therapy Bouvé College of Health Sciences Bouvé College of Health Science Robin Macilroy Academic Advisor College of Science

Moira Mannix Votel Associate Co-op Coordinator & Director of Cooperative Education 12 Bouvé College of Health Sciences


SERVICE-LEARNING ADVISORY BOARD

Brie McCormick Director of Residential Life Residential Life

Aspa Papanastasiou Senior Coordinator, Global Employer Relations College of Sciences

Lauren Pouchak Senior Associate Director, Honors Program

Carmen Sceppa Associate Professor, Health Sciences Director, Graduate Programs in Exercise Science BouvĂŠ College of Health Sciences

Shan Mohammed Director, MPH Program in Urban Health Associate Clinical Professor, Health Sciences BouvĂŠ College of Health Sciences

Richard Porter Professor of Mathematics College of Science Lisa Roe Assistant Director of Service-Learning Center of Community Service Yevgeniya (Zhenya) V. Zastavker Director of the Research Institute for Experiential Learning Science

Lisa Worsh Senior Cooperative Education Faculty Coordinator College of Social Sciences & Humanities

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THANK YOU ! Thank you to all of the students, community partners, faculty, S-LTAs, S-LTMs, and S-L Street Team who made another successful semester of campus and community partnerships possible. Thank you to the Service-Learning Advisory Board for their dedication, support and guidance with the Service-Learning Program. And thank you to all those who support the Service-Learning Program, including our wonderful colleagues in the Center of Community Service and City and Community Affairs. Sincerely, The Service-Learning Team

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Spring 2018 ANTICIPATED COURSES*

ARTD 2380 Video Basics ARTF 1122 2D Fundamentals of Surface and Drawing ARTF 2223 5D Fundamentals: Experience and Drawing BIOL 2299 Inquiries in Biology CAEP 7778 Doctoral Seminar: Leadership, Consultation, & Supervision CHNS 3101/3102 Advanced Chinese 1 CMN 6095 Foundations of Developing Cultural Awareness CMN 6085 Strategies for Cross-Cultural Facilitation and Negotiation COMM 3409 Advocacy Writing DS 4200 Information Presentation and Visualization EDUC 1111 Education in the Community ENGL 2690 Boston in Literature ENGL 2740 Writing and Community Engagement ' ENGW 1102 First-Year Writing for Multilingual Writing ENGW 1111 First-Year Writing GBST 1020 Community Learning 1 GE 1502 Cornerstone of Engineering 2 HSCI 1107 Nutrition Service-Learning HUSV 1101 Human Services Professions HUSV 3520 Child Intervention & Treatment HUSV 3570 The Nonprofit Sector, Philanthropy, and Social Change HUSV 3590 Nonprofit Communications INTB 6226 Becoming a Global Leader MGMT 4501 Skills for Managerial Success MKTG 4506/6226 Consumer Behavior PPUA 5264 Energy Transitions & Climate Resilience PT 5161 Psychosocial Aspects of Healthcare Seminar PT 5229 Physical Therapy Project 2 RSSN 1101 Elementary Russian 1 RSSN 1102 Elementary Russian 2 RSSN 2102 Intermediate Russian 2 SPNS 3501 Advanced Spanish Conversation: Global Communication

*This is the list of anticipated courses as of 12/1/17

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EVENT SCHEDULE

10:00 AM: Service-Learning EXPO Begins 10:15 AM: Welcome and Opening Remarks 11:30 Closing Remarks & Event Wrap-Up

Questions to Ask Presenters

1. What did you do this semester in your Service-Learning course? 2. What was the m ission of your community organization and how did you contribute to it? 3. How did your service experience connect with what you were learning in class? 4. What interesting facts have you learned about Boston's communities through doing this work? 5. Has this service impacted your college plans or career path for the future? If so, how?

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