Every year, the Service Learning Program hosts a Round Table Luncheon. Marquette faculty and community partners involved with Service Learning are invited to come to bring us "back to the drawing board" and discuss our priorities for students.
Dr. Michael Schläppi's Plant Biology class volunteered at Alice's Garden and researched ways to improve soil quality for the garden.
Cynthia Zarazua from the International Learning Center shares her appreciation for Marquette service learners.
Students in Brian Spaid's Digital Marketing class participated in the Google Challenge for a Service Learning Project, which helped advertise several local non-profits.
Gerry Fischer, director of Midnight Run, reflects on the impact that Service Learning and spirituality makes on the Milwaukee community.
Service Learner Maggie Stang discusses the presentations her Spanish Mystics class did at Notre Dame Middle School.
Education student Katie McGlade reflects on her experience doing Service Learning at the Urban Ecology Center for her Teaching Elementary Science class.
Student McKenna Stillings encourages students to participate in Marquette's Dorothy Day Living Learning Community program during their sophomore year in order to learn more about the Milwaukee community through service.
Kayla Schultz, the former Volunteer Coordinator at Our Next Generation, describes the relationships Marquette service learning students have built with youth at ONG's after school programs.
Natalie Graceffa, an alumna and participant in the Cape Town, South Africa study abroad program, shares the personal impact of her service learning experiences in South Africa and the ways she has continued to draw upon these transformational experiences after returning to Marquette.
Safe & Sound, a Community Partner of the Service Learning Program, thanked Marquette Professor Kate Kaiser, now retired from the Marquette Business School, and her Systems and Analysis Design class for their partnership to create a fund development data system and property activity system for the organization.
Community partner agency, Central City Churches, is fighting food insecurity in its neighborhood.
Kelsey Simkins, a former Service Learning Program Staff Manager, reflects on her experiences accompanying a marginalized community in El Salvador with the Casa de la Solidaridad study abroad program.
Three students from Maya Held's Video Production course created this promotional video in conjunction with the Archdiocese of Milwaukee's Social Justice Ministry for Milwaukee Transitional Jobs Collaborative about transitional jobs for economic development, business start-up, and job creation.
Dr. Francesca López and Dr. James Hoelzle interview about their experiences as Marquette faculty members who take advantage of the benefits from Service Learning.
An article written by former Service Learning student Lindsay Finn was featured in the Undergraduate Journal of Service Learning and Community-Based Research with her article "Learning From Exceptional Children."
Professor Maya Held's Service Learning course, BREC2250 Video Production, made a promotional video for St. Ann Rest Homein 2012.