Service Learning

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Service-Learning Faculty Fellows

Drs. Kristo and Sikalidis are faculty in the Food Science and Nutrition / Nutrition department (CAFES). They are planning to introduce service-learning components to two classes (FSN 310 - Maternal Child Nutrition; Dr. Kristo) and (FSN 381 - Critical Thinking in Nutrition Research; Dr. Sikalidis).

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Service-Learning Faculty Fellows

Drs. Kristo and Sikalidis are faculty in the Food Science and Nutrition / Nutrition department (CAFES). They are planning to introduce service-learning components to two classes (FSN 310 - Maternal Child Nutrition; Dr. Kristo) and (FSN 381 - Critical Thinking in Nutrition Research; Dr. Sikalidis).

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Service-Learning Faculty Fellows

Dr. Babin is faculty in the Natural Resource Management and Environmental Sciences department (CAFES). He is working to incorporate a service-learning dimension to his course NR 324: Social Dimensions of Sustainable Food and Fiber Systems.

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Service-Learning Faculty Fellows

Drs. Bodwin and Glanz are faculty in the Statistics and Data Science department (CSM). They are working to add the service-learning project to their STAT 434, Statistical Learning course, which is a course for upper-level Statistics majors and Data Science minors.

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Service-Learning Faculty Fellows

Drs. Bodwin and Glanz are faculty in the Statistics and Data Science department (CSM). They are working to add the service-learning project to their STAT 434, Statistical Learning course, which is a course for upper-level Statistics majors and Data Science minors.

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Welcome to Cal Poly's Community based Learning (CBL) portal. This portal is being designed to provide extensive resources for:

Faculty: Learn how service-learning or engaged research can enhance your teaching and scholarship. Access resources on course design, funding, and scholarship.

Students: find service-learning courses, become a service-learning leader, and get more involved in your community, both locally and globally.

Community Partners: Develop campus-community partnerships and find resources for sustaining them.

Service-learning at Cal Poly is a collaborative program between Student Affairs (SA) and Academic Program and Planning (APP) that addresses critical community needs while reinforcing course content through a learn-by-doing approach.

For more information and providing suggestions on desired resources, please don't hesitate to contact the faculty liaison for Service-Learning (Dr. Anurag Pande) at apande@calpoly.edu.

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