Rubenstein School Office of Experiential Learning
Check out the these Service-learning Spotlight projects from the Fall 2012 semester:
- Williston Ash Inventory Project
- Branch Out Burlington! Student Outreach Project
- UVM Natural Areas Photography Project
- Pine Street Barge Canal Trail Project
Click here for an article in the December RSENR enewletters, providing a recap of service-learning in RSENR throughout the fall 2012 semester.
Check out the RSENR Service-Learning Map, a visual representation of where the impacts of our service-learning projects are occurring!
On October 1st, local tv station WCAX aired a feature on the NR 1 urban forestry lab. NR 1: Natural History and Field Ecology is the introductory natural resource course required for all incoming freshmen. For the second year, the course includes a service-learning project to collect data on Burlington's urban forest for the Vermont Monitoring Coop.
Winners of the Exhibit Your Experience Photo Contest!
See these photos accompanied by the full written reflections of the students that took them in the student lounge in the Aiken Building.
Ashley Anderson, graduating from RSENR in December of 2012, submitted this photo of herself (left) and a group of students from the Greenhouse Residential Learning Community. As part of her capstone service-learning project, Ashley worked with other RSENR seniors to coordinate field trips -- such as a canoe trip -- for the first year Ecology of Place course.
Apply to be a teaching assistant for a service-learning course next semester! Applications
are currently being accepted for Service-learning Teaching Assistants
through the Office of Community-University Partnerships and
Service-learning (CUPS). The Service-Learning Teaching Assistant
Program provides support for faculty, students, and community partners
engaged in designated service-learning courses at UVM.
Since 2005, the CUPS Office has offered this unique program to designed to give UVM students training in service-learning pedagogy and leadership development opportunities while providing faculty members additional support for their service-learning courses. To date, over 150 SL-TAs have been trained and supported by the CUPS Office. To apply or to learn more, visit the CUPS SL-TA webpage.
UVM Leadership & Civic Engagement
UVM's Office of Community-University Partnerships and Service-learning (CUPS)
Vermont Campus Compact
Lands Stewardship (LANDS) Internship Program
Coordinator of Community-based Learning
Room 312C, Aiken Building
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