SERVICE-LEARNING IN ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
Posted by on January 17, 2003
March 28-29, 2003
St. John’s University
St. Joseph, Minnesota
Whatever your academic background and your service-learning experiences and responsibilities, this workshop will offer you and your colleagues a valuable opportunity to learn more about different models and strategies for implementing service-learning, to discuss with peers the benefits and challenges of service learning, and to develop ideas for further action at your institution in your partnerships.
$95 individual from a Campus Compact member campus or a community-based organization
$65 member of a team (3 or more people) from a Campus Compact member campus or a community-based organization
$150 individual from a campus that does not belong to Campus Compact
$120 member of a team (3 or more people) from a campus that does not belong to Campus Compact
Information on hotel accommodations and shuttle service from the Minneapolis/St. Paul and St. Cloud airports is available with the registration brochure.
Early bird registration deadline is February 28, 2003. Anyone registering between March 1 and March 18 must pay $20 more than the appropriate rate above. No registrations will be accepted after March 18. Cost includes all meals and a copy of Acting Locally: Concepts and Models for Service-Learning in Environmental Studies.
To request registration materials, or to get more information, please contact:
Jean Strait, Director of Faculty Development
Minnesota Campus Compact
Provide your name, phone number, and mailing address or fax number and registration materials will be sent to you.
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