Service-Learning Virtual Expo
Showcasing student, faculty, and community collaborations through digital artifacts.
The Spring 2023 Virtual EXPO is now live!
Explore the Digital Artifacts page to view collaborations from the Spring 2023 Service-Learning semester. NOTE: as we have transitioned to this new site, some of the data from past semesters may not be viewable in the post or via the filters. We are working on this!
What is the Virtual EXPO?
Managed by the Community-Engaged Teaching and Research team, this site hosts digital artifacts from each service-learning semester. Digital Artifacts showcase the collaborations happening between faculty members, community partners, Service-Learning (S-L) students, and S-L student leaders. These collaborations happen within the context of a service-learning course: a recognized form of experiential learning at Northeastern.
The Virtual EXPO is meant to provide a space so these collaborations can be documented and shared, even after the semester is over. Launched in 2018, we have seen how the Virtual EXPO provides an opportunity and encourages S-L students to reflect and share their experiences. Current Community Partners can view projects and engagement across their organization, while interested organizations can utilize the Virtual EXPO to vision out possibilities!
We encourage you to take a look through the site and explore artifacts from each semester.
Community-Engaged Teaching & Research
The Community-Engaged Teaching & Research team supports faculty in two ways. The first is through service-learning (S-L) courses, a form of experiential learning for students and a teaching tool for faculty that combines academics and service to meet educational and community goals. For S-L, students and faculty work with community organizations, nonprofit groups, and government agencies to reinforce and build upon concepts learned in the classroom. Secondly, we support faculty, community partners, and students who research issues related to service and community engagement or who pursue research questions identified by community members or organizations. The goal of supporting this research, which is often done in partnership with community residents or organizations, is to build and disseminate knowledge that advances scholarship and strengthens communities.
Service-Learning courses are one of the primary programs/work streams of the CETR team. We compile and share a lot of information for interested stakeholders on our CETR website, but for service-learning courses specifically,
- Students can search on the registrars website for upcoming courses utilizing the “with service learning” attribute.
- Faculty Members can learn more about integrating a community-engaged component to their course.
- Community Partners can access information for new collaborations or continuing current ones.
NOTE: filtering for college, course, and partner tags is not currently working for artifacts from Fall 2018-Fall 2022.
We are working on fixing this issue and we thank you for your patience!
Featured Artifacts from Spring 2023
- Tiffany’s Recovery Final DeliverableCreator(s): Angelina Esposito, Cassandra Lobe, Kyra Cameron, Christina Dixon, Kaitlyn McLaughlin Course: MGMT4550 Management Consulting in Organizations Management Tiffany’s Recovery is a non-profit organization that…
- Thermal Storage Solution for Vertical FarmingCreator(s): Ana Sola, Adrian Sperl, Dylan Hutra, Michael Stamm Course: CHME4703 Process Design Chemical Engineering Capstone Trusted Thermal Consulting, LLC is consulting for AgriTech North,…