Event Details
Event Title APPLES to Oranges: Building Diverse Partnerships for Service-Learning Courses
Location Carolina Hall 104
Sponsor Carolina Center for Public Service
Date/Time 03/01/2024 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
For more information, contact the event administrator: Macy Green macyag@unc.edu
Event Presenters
Name Title  
Adriana Torres APPLES Service-Learning Courses Co-Chair
Charvi Kavadekar APPLES Service-Learning Courses Co-Chair
Dr. Robert Pleasants Director, UNC Office for Undergraduate Research; Adjunct Assistant Professor, Dept. Of Health Behavior, Gillings School of Global Public Health; Clinical Assistant Professor, School of Education
Dr. Lini Polin Teaching Associate Professor, Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, College of Arts and Sciences
Shenae McPherson Volunteer Connect 55+ Administrator, Orange County Department on Aging
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Join us for an engaging panel discussion featuring faculty and community partners who demonstrate leadership in APPLES service-learning courses. Discover firsthand insights into their teaching experiences, collaborative efforts with students and impactful community partnerships. Explore the diverse array of APPLES courses spanning numerous academic disciplines, many of which satisfy the Experiential Education or High-Impact Experience requirements for graduation. 
This panel is being sponsored by APPLES Service-Learning, a student-led program that transforms educational experiences by connecting academic learning and public service. Don't miss this exceptional opportunity for students to forge meaningful connections with inspiring professors. It's also a valuable event for educators curious about incorporating service-learning into their courses.  

A Carolina Engagement Week Event
Carolina Engagement Week is your chance to explore the impact of community-driven partnerships powered by state and local community leaders and Carolina researchers. By attending one or more sessions, you’ll walk away with a deeper understanding of the methods and collaborative approaches that are working effectively throughout different parts of North Carolina. You can also identify new opportunities to engage in community initiatives around the state designed to create social and economic impact.


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