A reflection on the Bolivian service-learning program I participated in as a Slippery Rock University student in partnership with Amizade Global Service-Learning.
An introduction to the service-learning program I'll be participating in during January 2018. Our team will serve local communities in education-based service in Cochabamba, Bolivia for two weeks and participate in homestay living with a local family.
How does Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) use the concept of placemaking to establish itself as a place of learning that aligns with the values it puts forth? Though this project, I will examine five pieces of evidence I collected where I found CMU to uphold and ignore aspects of placemaking as it relates to their vision and mission statements.
I'm writing today to share my experience working in a graduate assistantship (or GA) at Slippery Rock University's Office for Inclusive Excellence (OIE). My goal is to reflect on what I've learned in the past year but to also shine light on the experiences of working in a multiculturalism-based GA. If you're considering a GA in …
A reflective piece on my experience working as a Career Peer Mentor at Carnegie Mellon University.