Poster Session

STEAMing into the Community: Applied Learning Through Environmental Education Outreach at the University of Hawai’i at Hilo
PRESENTER: Ho'oululahui Erika Perry, University of Hawaii at Hilo

Restoring Kuleana - Innovative and Discipline-Transcending Collaborative Community-Engaged Research, Teaching and Project Development at the University of Hawai’i at University of Mānoa’s College of Social Sciences
PRESENTER: Dr. Ulla Hasager, University of Hawai’i at Manoa
Student Leaders: Kanaloa Schrader, Katherine Lobendahn, Leonard Leon, and Megumi Chibana

Hui o Moku: Civic Engagement at the Intersection of Natural and Social Sciences - An Exploration of an Inter-Institutional SENCER/STEM/Sustainability/Indigenous Initiative and a Test Case of Efforts to Sustain Strategic Synergies Between Campus Compact and SENCER Work
PRESENTER: Dr. David A. Krupp, Windward Community College
STUDENT LEADERS: Nelson Ikaika Fernandez and Kanaloa Schrader

Engaging Women Who Are Reentering and Reintegrating into Society: Women in Prison
PRESENTER: Dr. Dorothy Goldsborough, University of Hawaii at Manoa

Chaminade’s Service-Learning Pathways in Paradise: Fostering Civic Engagement, Celebrating Diversity, Empowering Individuals Across Generations
PRESENTER: Candice Sakuda, Chaminade University of Honolulu

Democratizing Professional Development: Utah Campus Compact’s Communities of Practice
PRESENTER: Alexis Bucknam, Utah Campus Compact

Science Squads: Teaching Active Learning Lessons within STEM to the Local Community
PRESENTER: Kathleen F. Weaver, Univeristy of La Verne

Arts Integration: Forging Connections and Fostering Civic Engagement through Education and Community
PRESENTER: Tamara Goldbogen, Weber State University

Opening Doors:  At the Intersection of Art, Campus and Community
PRESENTER: Michaela Daystar, Mills College

Transition into Practice: Creating a Sustainable, Place Based Program to Prepare Graduates for a Dynamic Workforce
PRESENTER: Deborah A. Roberts, Sonoma State University

Interdisciplinary Pathways for Global Health: Connection, Collaboration, and Innovation
PRESENTER: Veronica Acosta-Deprez, California State University, Long Beach

With a Little Help from My Friends: Intra-Departmental Peer Support for Service-Learning Faculty
PRESENTER: Patricia Chantrill, Eastern Washington University

Integrating Service-Learning with Library Services for Deeper Learning and Student Engagement
PRESENTER: Joyce Tokuda, Kapi’olani Community College

Service-Learning with Local and International Non-Profit Organizations and How it Affects Student Learning In and Out of the Classroom.
PRESENTER: Emily Acosta Lewis, Sonoma State University

Mapping Sustainability: Building Community through Service-Learning
PRESENTERS: Alicia Kelly, Edmonds Community College

Interdisciplinary Research Service-Learning: Communicating Risk in Internet Security and Privacy (CRISP) Project
PRESENTER : EJ Jung, University of San Francisco

20 Years Creating Change: Center for Civic Engagement at Washington State University
PRESENTER: Melanie Brown, Washington State University

Documenting Service for the Carnegie Classification: A College Database for Faculty
PRESENTER: Shari McMahan, California State University Fullerton

Sustaining Partnerships Between K-12 Schools and Higher Education
PRESENTER: Susan Harris, USC Joint Educational Project

Bridging Gaps Between Us and Them: Creating “We” In Service-Learning Through Cultural Diversity
PRESENTERS: Aaron Sachs, St. Mary’s College of California | Tara Perry, Western Washington University

The Professor and Community Partner as Co-educators in Service-Learning:  Creating and Sustaining a Meaningful Partnership
PRESENTER: Kevin Lo, University of San Francisco

Connect 2 Complete: Peer Advocacy and Service-Learning in Developmental Education Classes
PRESENTER: Terry Kinzel, Big Bend Community College

Service & Sustainability Learning at Kapi’olani Community College
PRESENTER: Krista Hiser, Kapi’olani Community College