This form of Community Engaged Learning (CEL) integrates service to the community with specific course curriculum. As part of the requirements of earning course credit, students complete a placement and/or a project defined by a community organization to advance their mission. CEL courses are offered within various faculties and disciplines. This hands-on, practical experience in the community allows gaining a deeper understanding of course content as it applies to local and international contexts. Below are the students’ projects that meet community identified needs.
Biology 4920F: Re-Use, Reduce, Recycle, Colleen Michelle Musialski, Michael Stan Gabriel, and Stephanie Philpott Biology 4920F/G: Seminar in Biology Becky Brock
Health Communication 3210A: Evonne Sullivan, Katie Shillington, Erin Federovich, and Kaidan Hardy Health Studies 3210A: Health Communication Evonne Sullivan
Health Science 4711A: Apps for Disability, Rachel J. Gorjup Ms. Health Studies 4711A: Gerontology in Practice Participation House
Medical Sciences 4300F: Therapeutic Benefits of Yoga for Mental Health and Addiction Recovery, Sonia Sadr Medical Sciences 4300F/G: Addressing Health Care Challenges Using Scientific Inquiry Evonne Sullivan
Improving Transitions in Care for People with Dementia: the CARED Tool, Yuwen Deng, Jamie Bisset, Silk Lim, and Maryssa Edwards Health Studies 4711A: Gerontology in Practice Highview Residences
Medical Sciences 4300: London-Middlesex Suicide Prevention Council, Harshith Bhaskar, Adnan Husein, Ramin Javaheri-Poya, Sabrina Jetly, Christopher Nguyen, and Serena Tejpar Medical Sciences 4300F/G: Addressing Health Care Challenges Using Scientific Inquiry London-Middlesex Suicide Prevention Council
PHILO 2010: Barriers to local food procurement at Western, Brian M. Yu, Anna Cotarla, Aniket Bhatt, Erica Marie Embury, Alexa Nemeth, and Martine Koestel Philosophy 2010F: Philosophy of Food Middlesex-London Food Policy Council