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Faculty who regularly teach service-learning courses are asked to request a service-learning course designation so that the class is properly tagged in Banner. This designation appears in all registration materials.

Why Apply for the Service-Learning Course Designation?

1

Students can easily identify service-learning courses in Banner.

2

The CCE can celebrate and recognize the students, faculty, and community partners involved.

3

The CCE can provide support and advocate for resources to ensure success.

Request Service-Learning Course Designation

1

Faculty complete a community-engaged learning training.

2

The course meets the four criteria passed by the College Senate.

Service-Learning Policy (PDF)

3

Faculty fill out a short web form about CEL training and the course you wish to designate.

 New Course Request Form

4

Faculty submit a syllabus.

Preferably through the web form—but syllabi can also be submitted directly to the Associate Director of Civic and Community Engagement at villasam@buffalostate.edu).

5

Faculty peers review the syllabus.

The CCE notifies individual faculty members and their department chairs by email about approval (or changes the peer reviewers recommend).

 Syllabus Review Rubric

Service-Learning Course Instructors

Abraham, Liza
FTT 455 - Issues in Merchandising

Acar, Selcuk
CRS 303 - Creative Leadership through Effective Facilitation

Andrus, Lucy
ATS 325 - Art for Children with Special Learning Needs

Aviles, Christopher
SWK 301 - Poverty and Public Policy

Bae-Dimitriadis, Michelle
AED 398 - ART, Society and New Media Technologies for Art Education

Baldwin, Susan
HEW 412 - Health and Wellness Programs

Banerjee, Sarbani
CIS 388 – Service Learning in Computing

Bontempo, Barbara
ENG 260 - Children's Literature

Breidenstein, Dana
EDU 211 - Introduction to Literacy

Cabra, John
CRS 610 - Advanced Group Problem Solving
CRS 619 - Organizational Creativity and Innovation
CRS 670 - Foundations in Teaching and Training Creativity
EDL 683 - Advanced Group Problem Solving

Colaizzo-Anas, Tina
NFS 405 - Principles of Nutritional Education

Conides, Cynthia
MST 640 - Museum Administration
MST 642 - Museum Planning
MST 660 - Museum & Society

Cummings, Mary C.
EDU 211 - Introduction to Literacy
EDU 310 - Teaching Social Studies in the Elementary School
EDU 311 - The Teaching of Reading & Other Language Arts in the Elementary School

Dahl, Justin
FAR 189 - Public Art / Mural Painting

Davis, Orin
CRS 201 - Foundations of Leadership

del Prado Hill, Pixita
EDU 311 - The Teaching of Reading & Other Language Arts in the Elementary School
EDU 416 - Teaching Literacy in Middle & Secondary Schools
EDU 511 - Methods of Teaching English Language Arts
EDU 609 - Research & Practice in Adolescent Literature
EDU 654 - Theory Research & Practice in Social Studies Instruction

DeNysschen, Carol
NFS 405 - Principles of Nutritional Education

Dolph, Eric
IDE 251 - Interior Design II
IDE 351 - Interior Design IV

Donhauser, Justin
PHI 102 - Introduction to Ethics

Doody, Kathy
EXE 510 - Cognition and Emergent Literacy in Young Children with Disabilities
EXE 530 - Parent/Family Involvement in Special Education Programs
EXE 612 - Managing the Behavior of Young Children with Disabilities
EXE 650 - Assessment of Infants and Preschoolers with a Disability
EXE 652 - Intervention in Early Childhood Special Education

Elias, Crystal
EDU 310 - Teaching Social Studies in the Elementary School

Emo, Ann
THA 189 - First Year Seminar
THA 234 - Introduction to Theater Design
THA 335 - Costume Design

Fitzpatrick, Jessica
CAS 302 - Global Child Advocacy Issues
SWK 301 - Poverty and Public Policy

Franczyk, Annemarie
COM 405 - Online Newsroom

Frey, Selenid
EDU 211 - Introduction to Literacy

Franczyk, AnneMarie
COM 408 - Online Newsroom

Fulcher, Katrina
SLP 424 - Speech Language Pathology Programs in Schools

George, Patricia
EDU 211 - Introduction to Literacy

Golde, Kathleen
DAN 201 - Teaching Creative Movement for Children

Gradwell, Jill
MST 632 - Teaching with Historic Places
SSE 632 - Teaching with Historic Places

Guarino, Joy
DAN 201 - Teaching Creative Movement for Children
DAN 224 - Dance Appreciation
DAN 301 - Kinesthetic Learning Methods and Practices
DAN 324 - Globalization of Dance
DAN 401 - Teaching Dance
THA 418 - Creative Dramatics

Gupta, Uma
BUS 366 - Management Information Systems

Habes, Erin
FTT 110 - Fundamentals of the Fashion Industry

Harris, Judith
EXE 100 - Nature and Needs of Individuals with Special Needs

Harris, Robin
SCI 445 - Literacy for Teaching Science
SCI 545 - Literacy for Teaching Science
SED 200 - Field Experience in Secondary Education

Hashey, Andrew
EXE 321 - Remediating and Adapting Literacy Instruction for Students with an at Risk for Disabilities
EXE 323 - Field Placement in Literacy Methods for Children with and without Disabilities

Henry, Julie
EDU 211 - Introduction to Literacy

Hilarski, Carolyn
SWK 424 - Interventive Methods II

Hubbard, Katharine
COM 418 - Campaigns in Public Relations & Advertising

Huck, Adam
EDU 310 - Teaching Social Studies in the Elementary School

Hunter, Jevon
BSC 101 - Foundations of Inquiry
EDU 606 - Literacy Instruction for Linguistically Diverse Students
EDU 609 - Literacy Instruction in the Upper Grades

Kahn, Drew
THA 470 - Theater Ensemble

Knowles, Meg
COM 433 - Advanced Documentary Production

Krieg, Eric
SOC 250 - Sociology of Buffalo

Kuttesch, Elizabeth
EDU 416 - Teaching Literacy in Middle & Secondary Schools

Lai, Christine
BUS 320 - Principles of Marketing

Liao, Ann
SPC 307 - Group Communication

Lindner, Jonathan
HEW 412 - Health & Wellness Programs

Maguire, Susan
ANT 308 - Archaeological Method

Masiulionis, MaryJane
SPC 307 - Group Communication

Masters, Candace
AED 302 - Functions & Practice in Art Education

Mathien, Lorena
BUS 362 - Business Project Management
BUS 404 - Marketing Research

McFarland, S. Diane
BUS 327 - Advertising Concepts
BUS 404 - Marketing Research

McLeish, Wendy
EDU 211 - Introduction to Literacy
EDU 329 - Integrated Thematic Instruction for Young Children

McMillen, Susan
EDU 416 - Teaching Literacy in Middle & Secondary Schools

Merberg, Eileen
CRS 201 - Foundations of Leadership

Mernitz, Ken
HIS 330 - US Environmental History
HIS 332 - Technology & US History

Miletich, Marko
MCL 370 - Introduction to Community Interpreting and Translation

Miller, Berg
SWK 220 - Introduction to Social Work

Murray, Marie
NFS 447 - Nutrition Care Community

Niman, Michael
COM 389 - Alternative Media

Norvilitis, Jill
PSY 381 - Psychology of Culture

Nyachae, Tiffany
EDU 211 - Introduction to Literacy

Oh, KeunYoung
FTT 150 - Introduction to Fashion Merchandising

Palumbo, Kathleen
EXE 245 - Community Service with Individuals with Special Needs

Pates, Jessica
EXE 245 - Community Service with Individuals with Special Needs

Reichenberg, Jennifer
EDU 211 - Introduction to Literacy

Reid, Howard
PSY 304 - Learning: Theory and Research

Sacks, Harriet
EDU 211 - Introduction to Literacy

Schuetze-Pizarro, Pamela
PSY 417 - The Atypical Infant

Schunk, Aurora
CEL 301 - Community Perspectives and Experiences

Shandomo, Hibajene
EDU 316 - Teaching Elementary School Mathematics

Sharma, Bhakti
IDE 351 - Interior Design IV

Silverman, Deborah
COM 301 - Principles of Public Relations
COM 308 - Public Relations Writing
COM 418 - Campaigns in Public Relations & Advertising
COM 650 - Public Relations Management

Snodgrass, Peter
PSC 313 - Civic Engagement

Till, Lori
HTR 380 - Advanced Training in Hospitality

Truesdell, Kim
EDU 211 - Introduction to Literacy

Vince Garland, Krista
EXE 365 - Evaluation and Assessment in Special Education
EXE 367 - Curriculum for Children with Mild Disabilities

Weber, Sherri
EDU 211 - Introduction to Literacy

Welborn, Gary
SOC 486 - Practicum in Applied Sociology
SOC 490 - Internship

Wiedemer, Noelle
HIS 480 - Digital Museum Collections
MST 480 - Digital Museum Collections
MST 621 - Museum Registration Methods
MST 623 - Digital Museum Collections
MST 625 - Exhibit Design and Interpretation

Wojtaszczyk, Dennis
ENG 311 -Methods in Teaching Language

Woods, Lori Ann
CWP 102 - Argumentation & Research

Yudess, Jo
BUS 305 - Workforce Diversity in the 21st Century
BUS 369 - Organizational Change and Development
CRS 201 - Foundations of Leadership
CRS 302 - Creative Approaches to Problem Solving
CRS 303 - Creative Leadership through Effective Facilitation
CRS 304 - Developing Creative Problem Solving Facilitation Skill

Faculty Training

Faculty Community-Engaged Learning Training

1

A video series that faculty can view on their own

2

Introductory CEL Workshops (Traditionally held in January or May)

3

Two-day Faculty Fellows Training

As members of the WNY Service-Learning Coalition, Buffalo State College faculty and their community partners can take the Faculty Fellows training in January 2023. Dr. Edward Zlotkowski, Professor Emeritus of English and Media Studies at Bentley University, leads a master class in service-learning that is appropriate for both long-term practitioners and beginners. Read more about past Buffalo State Faculty Fellows hereApplications are due by Tuesday, December 27, 2022.

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Buffalo State College Applied Learning training

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A training that the Buffalo State CCE designs specifically for your department

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Prior training that faculty have had at other institutions