Each semester service-learning department within the Center for Teaching and Learning hosts an exhibition to celebrate the broad reach of Boise State’s commitment to civic engagement. The spring Service-Learning Exhibition will be held from 4-6 p.m. on Thursday, April 27 in the Simplot Ballroom of the Student Union Building. Student posters and videos will also be displayed online from April 27 – May 4.
At the exhibition, students will showcase their service-learning experience and demonstrate how these projects provide authentic real-world learning and make a valuable impact in the community.
- View posters and videos featuring students’ service-learning experiences and learning
- Get ideas for SL projects and learn about new service-learning models
- See the breadth of community partners and projects engaged in service-learning
- Support students by viewing the work presented
Service-learning is an innovative teaching and learning method that integrates course content with relevant community service. Boise State offers over 150 service-learning courses each year from over 30 departments across each college in partnership with over 80 community partners, 80 faculty members and over 2,500 students.
For more information, contact Kara Brascia, service-learning director, by phone at (208) 426-2380, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit boisestate.edu/servicelearning.