Institute on Academic Service-Learning

Posted by on January 07, 2013

Institute on Academic Service-Learning, Hosted by St. John’s University and New York Campus Compact, January 22, 2013, 8:30 am – 5:00 pm at St. John’s University, Staten Island Campus, Kiernan Suite-Kelleher Center.

Dr. Edward Zlotkowski, Professor of English at Bentley University and academic service-learning pioneer, will facilitate a one day institute for faculty who want to explore and/or deepen their understanding and practice of academic service-learning. For those of you who are not familiar with Dr. Edward Zlotkowski, he is a well-known author and respected authority both nationally and internationally in the field of service-learning. Co-facilitating the program will beDr. Julie H. Carter, Associate Professor at St. John’s University and coordinator of adolescent education in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction. Prior to coming to St. John’s Dr. Carter worked at the National Center for Service Learning helping teachers to integrate service learning into K-12 classrooms.

The Institute is open to all faculty and administrators at all Institutions of Higher Education. Your attendance at this program will result in certification in academic service-learning.  Registration is available at

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