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Engaged Service Learning

Course Title ENG 21011 - College Writing II
Categories Engaged Service-Learning  
Semesters Offered
Spring  
Instructor Beverly Neiderman - bneiderm@kent.edu  
Campus Location(s) Kent  
Community Partner
 
Description Continuation of college-level writing instruction with emphasis on research and inquiry, culminating in a lengthy written and/or multi-modal project. Prerequisites: ENG 11011 or 11002 or HONR 10197 or ACT combined English/Writing score of 26 or higher or SAT Writing score of 600 or higher; and 24 or more semester hours. This course may be used to satisfy the Liberal Education Requirements (LER).
 
Social Issues
Education and college access   
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Course Title SOC 22778 - Social Problems
Categories Engaged Service-Learning  
Semesters Offered
Spring  
Instructor Clare Stacey - cstacey@kent.edu  
Campus Location(s) Kent  
Community Partner
 
Description Contemporary American and global social problems and issues are analyzed from sociological perspectives. Several cases are used to illustrate the emergence, development and decline of problems in social context. Prerequisite: none. This course may be used to satisfy the Liberal Education Requirements (LER) and diversity requirements. Experiential Education Component: "Students engage in 30 hours of volunteer work with local community organizations fighting poverty, homelessness and health issues. The course is funded by a grant (Pay It Forward) and at the end of the semester students donate the grant money ($4500) to three of the four community partners."
 
Social Issues
Education and college access,Children and youth,Hunger and poverty,Violence and criminal justice,Environmental   
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Course Title ENG 21011 - College Writing II
Categories Engaged Service-Learning  
Semesters Offered
Spring  
Instructor Denise Harrison - dharris8@kent.edu  
Campus Location(s) Kent  
Community Partner
 
Description Continuation of college-level writing instruction with emphasis on research and inquiry, culminating in a lengthy written and/or multi-modal project. Prerequisites: ENG 11011 or 11002 or HONR 10197 or ACT combined English/Writing score of 26 or higher or SAT Writing score of 600 or higher; and 24 or more semester hours. This course may be used to satisfy the Liberal Education Requirements (LER).
 
Social Issues
Public policy   
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Course Title SP&A 64303 Disorders of Articulation and Phonology
Categories Engaged Service-Learning  
Semesters Offered
Fall  
Instructor Hayley Arnold, Ph.D. - harnold5@kent.edu  
Campus Location(s) Kent  
Community Partner
 
Description  
Social Issues
Children and youth   
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Course Title ENG 21011 College Writing II
Categories Engaged Service-Learning  
Semesters Offered
Spring,Fall  
Instructor Jeanne Smith - jrsmith3@kent.edu  
Campus Location(s) Kent  
Community Partner
Theodore Roosevelt High School, Kent, Ohio  
Description Help sustain a newly-created Writing Center at RHS, bu working with individual students in a tutorial setting. Continuation of college-level writing instruction with emphasis on research and inquiry, culminating in a lengthy written and/or multi-modal project. Prerequisites: ENG 11011 or 11002 or HONR 10197 or ACT combined English/Writing score of 26 or higher or SAT Writing score of 600 or higher; and 24 or more semester hours. This course may be used to satisfy the Liberal Education Requirements (LER).  
Social Issues
Education and college access   
Syllabus   

Course Title ENG 30066
Categories Engaged Service-Learning  
Semesters Offered
Spring,Summer II,Fall  
Instructor Beverly Neiderman - bneiderm@kent.edu  
Campus Location(s) Kent  
Community Partner
varies: Kent State University, Kent Park and Rec, Access Homeless Shelter, King Kennedy Community Center  
Description This course will focus on service to the community through academic research and writing with persuasive and multi-modal components. Specifically, it will include a service-learning and online component to integrate visual and auditory material into print texts in order to build on the goals and objectives of Tier II and emphasize multi-modalities in a variety of projects.  
Social Issues
Education and college access,Children and youth   
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Categories Engaged Service-Learning  
Semesters Offered
 
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Campus Location(s)  
Community Partner
 
Description An opportunity to assist in the development and delivery of a college course in English. Expectations may include group and class leadership, selection of materials, development of classroom inquiry techniques, and multimedia support. This course may be repeated up to 6 credit hours. Senior Standing Required.  
Social Issues
  
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Course Title NURS 30010 - Parent and Newborn Nursing
Categories Engaged Service-Learning  
Semesters Offered
Fall  
Instructor Jane E. Ragozine (P), Nancy B. Aho, Marilyn Nibling, Ronna Watson - jragozin@kent.edu, naho@kent.edu, rwatson4@kent.edu  
Campus Location(s) Kent  
Community Partner
 
Description A study of nursing assessment, need identification and evaluation for individuals and families during the child bearing cycle.
 
Social Issues
Health   
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Course Title NURS 30030 - Nursing of Adults
Categories Engaged Service-Learning  
Semesters Offered
Fall  
Instructor Shirley A. Hemminger (P), Ella R. Anaya, Diana L. Fleming, Mary F. Kutchin - shemming@kent.edu, eanaya@kent.edu, dflemin4@kent.edu,  
Campus Location(s) Kent  
Community Partner
 
Description Emphasizes health promotion and prevention of episodic illness and maintenance of health status. Utilizes nursing process as foundation to provide nursing care composed of clinical experience in acute care settings.
 
Social Issues
Health   
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Course Title MKTG 25010 - Marketing
Categories Engaged Service-Learning  
Semesters Offered
Spring  
Instructor Don Thacker - dthacker@kent.edu  
Campus Location(s) Stark  
Community Partner
 
Description Functions, institutions and basic problems in marketing goods and services from viewpoint of manager of business firm operating within social, economics and legal environment. Prerequisite: ECON 22060.
 
Social Issues
Public policy   
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Course Title NURS 30020 - Health Care of Children
Categories Engaged Service-Learning  
Semesters Offered
Fall  
Instructor Betty D. Freund (P), Tracy L. Perkowski, Elaine Thomas - bfreund@kent.edu, tperkows@kent.edu, ethomas2@kent.edu  
Campus Location(s) Kent  
Community Partner
 
Description Nursing process in family-centered care of children including health and developmental promotion and illness and restorative intervention.
 
Social Issues
Health   
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Course Title BUS 20192/40192 - Internship in Business
Categories Engaged Service-Learning  
Semesters Offered
Fall  
Instructor Kristin Williams - kwill100@kent.edu  
Campus Location(s) Kent  
Community Partner
 
Description Preparation of research report concurrent with on-the-job experience with cooperating business or other organization.
 
Social Issues
Public policy   
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Course Title MIS 34180 - Human Resource Management
Categories Engaged Service-Learning  
Semesters Offered
Fall  
Instructor Joseph C. Burley, Verena E. Murphy, Marina Astakhova, Robert H. Faley, & George E. Stevens - vmurphy1@kent.edu, rfaley@kent.edu, gstevens@kent.edu  
Campus Location(s) Kent  
Community Partner
 
Description Students are required to leave the classroom to partake in a mock interview and Clients/community partners are coordinated by Office of Business Experiences.
 
Social Issues
Public policy   
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Course Title MMTG 35023 - Customer Analysis
Categories Engaged Service-Learning  
Semesters Offered
Spring  
Instructor Jennifer Wiggins Johnson - jwiggin2@kent.edu  
Campus Location(s) Kent  
Community Partner
 
Description Students engage in segmentation studies with organization/clients.
 
Social Issues
Public policy   
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Course Title NURS 30040 - Nursing of Adults with Rehab Needs &/or Gerontologic Changes
Categories Engaged Service-Learning  
Semesters Offered
Fall  
Instructor Jennifer R. Metheney (P), Nancy L. Burkle, Shirley A. Hemminger - jmethene@kent.edu, shemming@kent.edu  
Campus Location(s) Kent  
Community Partner
 
Description This course encompasses care of persons and families dealing with gerontologic changes and/or rehabilitation needs.
 
Social Issues
Health   
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