Class List

The list below represents our partnerships in the community and on campus since fall 2012. Partnerships can range from non-profits to government agencies to the college itself. There is also the potential to partner with a colleague on a common service experience for more than one class. For example, PSY 355, ENG 112 and ENG 115 combined efforts at Scott County High School to provide a college readiness and mental health wellness fair for students. This combined effort among three classes was a great collaboration across college divisions and provided a great service to the community.

Instructor
Dept
Course
Term
Service Description
Community Partner
Community Partner 2
Service Time Summary
Means of Reflection
Ms. Leah Castleman ART 313 Fall 2012, Spring 2013, Fall 2013 Art Club administration and instruction Garth Elementary School 1 hr on site, plus planning Portfolio
Dr. Richard Kopp BIO 413 Fall 2012 investigating Human Impacts on Freshwater Systems Scott County Conservation District 2 collections from site Compilation of a laboratory report with recommendations to the SCCD
Dr. Mary Anne Carletta BIO 470 Spring 2013 GIS investigation St.John and St. Francis Catholic Church Georgetown/Scott County Planning Commission  8 hours total: 4 in the field, 4 hours on map making, analysis, and poster prep.  Reflective journal and final paper
Dr. Yoli Carter EDU 309 Fall 2012 tutoring in a diverse setting where you can apply course content Ed Davis Community, Inc. 10 hrs Journal
Dr. JP Hanly ENG 112, 115 Fall 2012 creating a college readiness fair at Scott County High School Scott County High School, Beta Club 2 site visits, plus time preparing the project Reflection Paper
Dr. Ellen Emerick FDN 112 Fall 2013 skills sharing with high school students Scott County High School 6 site visits plus prep time Reflective Journals
Dr. Jana Brill FRE 235 Fall 2013 French club service and instruction Garth Elementary School 2 site visits plus prep time Reflective Journals
Dr. Mami Hayashida MUS 162, 362 Fall 2013 performing at Hometown Manor Hometown Manor 3 site visits plus prep time Reflective Journals
Dr. Jonathan Sands Wise PHI 345 Fall 2012 investigating how food grows and where it ends up Seedleaf 2 site visits plus outing to a restaurant serving local food Reflective Journals
Dr. Roger Ward PHI 195 Spring 2013 mission work for trips over spring break the time is not an issue, usually 5 days of work. for individually arranged service 10 hours of onsite work minimum  Reflective essay and journal entries guided by questions 
Dr. Jennifer Price PSY 355 Fall 2012 create a “mental health fair” at a local high school Scott County High School, Beta Club 2 site visits, plus time preparing the project Reflection Paper
Dr. Jennifer Price PSY 355 Fall 2012 create a “mental health fair” at a local high school Scott County High School psychology & child development classes 2 site visits, plus time preparing the project Reflection Paper
Dr. Jennifer Price PSY 470 Fall 2013 partnering with GC wellness on Violence Prevention Georgetown College campus trainings, coordination of Green Dot launch  Reflection Paper
Dr. Jennifer Price PSY 415 Spring 2013 working with Elizabeth Place Elizabeth Place site visits (decreased during term due to CP need)  Reflection Paper
Mr. Bryan Langlands REL 319 Fall 2012, Spring 2013, Fall 2013 ministry immersion Multiple 12 hrs Journal, Synthesis Paper
Dr. Sarah Cribbs SOC 118 Fall 2012 facilitating a festival for veterans Wilmore Veterans Hospital 1 site visit Reflective Journal, in-class presentation of service activity
Dr. Stephanie Holcomb-Kreiner SOC 355 Fall 2012 working in the community with relation to sustainable landscaping and sustainable building deconstruction Habitat Restore  site visits Student Presentations
Dr. Sarah Cribbs SOC 118 Fall 2012, Spring 2013, Fall 2013 mentoring middle school students Royal Spring Middle School 10 site visits Journals, Posters
Dr. Eric Carter SOC 335 Spring 2013 social justice activism Kentuckians for the Commonwealth attendance at a rally in Frankfort Posters
Dr. Sarah Cribbs SOC 408 Spring 2013 creating a survey and assisting with a DACA clinic Kentucky Dream Coalition multiple consultations with KDC at GC and via email Posters
Dr. Stephanie Holcomb-Kreiner SOC 405 Spring 2013 program assessment Habitat Restore  site visits
Dr. Adela Borrallo-Solis SPA 370 Spring 2013 working with the local Spanish speaking population Scott Co. Center for Lifelong Learning Journals, Posters

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