Community Engaged Learning (SERV)
SERV 0099. Community-Engaged Learning. (1 Credit)
Through the Community-Engaged Learning Interdisciplinary Seminar offered each semester, students independently make the connection between a course they are enrolled in and service to the community. By completing 30 hours of service, attending a series of interdisciplinary seminars, and writing integrative essays, students deepen course concepts connecting to societal issues through ongoing dialogue and reflection. After successful completion of all requirements, students may earn 1 additional credit for the course with which they are connecting the community-engagement experience. To participate in this interdisciplinary seminar, students must: 1. Pre-register for SERV 0099 and choose the section for their home campus. 2. Choose which course and service agency with which they would like to partner (Center for Community-Engaged Learning staff can assist with placement at an agency). 3. See the seminar instructor for required agreement forms and additional seminar parameters.
SERV 1000. Community Health Program in Cali, Colombia. (1 Credit)
The Fordham College at Rose Hill Spring Break Community Health Program in Cali, Columbia is a service abroad program designed for students in the services with an interest in health issues in developing countries; the government, societal, and environmental, cultural factors that influence healthcare; and international health issues and programs. Students should expect to learn about overcoming challenges in healthcare from the context of a developing country.