"Service Learning In Higher Education Symposium" April 28
SALISBURY, MD---The Institute for Service Learning at Salisbury State University hosts a symposium on "Service Learning in Higher Education" on Friday, April 28, in the Montgomery Room in the Commons building on campus.
The Institute for Service Learning funded mini-grants for faculty at SSU, the University of Maryland Eastern Shore and Wor- Wic Community College. The symposium features the following presentations by mini-grant recipients: "Service Learning in Equador," Dr. Gerry St. Martin, SSU; "Pemberton Park and Plant Taxonomy," Dr. Kimberly Hunter, SSU; "Trace Metals and Aquatic Systems," Dr. Amelia Potter et al, UMES; "Service Learning in Nursing," Mary Kane et al, SSU; and "Service Learning in Physics and Engineering," Dr. Abhijit Nagchaudhuri, UMES.
Poster presentations will be made by SSU faculty Dr. Jill Caviglia, Dr. Janet Horne, Marie Cavallaro and Dr. Liddell Madden; by UMES faculty Dr. Joseph Arumala, Anna Scovell, Melanie White Davenport, Dr. Ali Eydgahi, Dr. Bernita Sims-Tucker, Dr. Shirley Hymon-Parker, Dr. Maryam Rahimi, Brante Dashiell, Mignon Anderson, Sheila McD. Harleston, Dr. Nina Jenkins and Dr. Clement Okafor; and Wor-Wic faculty David Striegel.
For registration information please call the Institute for Service Learning at 410-546-6015. Registration deadline is Thursday, April 27.