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Community Engagement E-News - May 2020, Parkland College 2020 Parkland College

Community Engagement E-News - May 2020, Parkland College

Service Learning Newsletter

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From Burnout To Wellness: Using Appreciative Inquiry To Shift Midmichigan Health Towards A Strengths-Based Perspective, Kunal Chohan, Karen Fetzer, Sophia R. Heiser, Seth Norman 2020 University of Pennsylvania

From Burnout To Wellness: Using Appreciative Inquiry To Shift Midmichigan Health Towards A Strengths-Based Perspective, Kunal Chohan, Karen Fetzer, Sophia R. Heiser, Seth Norman

Master of Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) Service Learning Projects

Over half of providers in the healthcare field experience burnout. Burnout syndrome is defined by the prolonged psychological and physiological response to chronic and interpersonal job stressors, and can result in a number of symptoms that negatively affect workplace morale and performance, including physical exhaustion, job dissatisfaction, and feelings of hopelessness. MidMichigan Health (MMH), a division of the University of Michigan Health system that serves nearly 1 million people in Michigan, has created the Provider Wellness and Burnout Council (PWBC) to address issues of burnout within the organization. To build on their initial work, we propose a long-term intervention based ...


Biographical Availability In The Climate Movement, Nicole Cortes 2020 California State University, Monterey Bay

Biographical Availability In The Climate Movement, Nicole Cortes

Capstone Projects and Master's Theses

The focus of this study was to understand how social movements against climate change include or engage with the age demographics. This study is a qualitative analysis by observing Monterey and Santa Cruz climate events and interviewing activists from local organizations. The individuals who participated in this study have shared their experience being involved in the climate organizations as well as their perception of the climate movement’s impact. This research has been conducted to theorize and understand how youth climate movement frames the presentation of age and how that compares to the actual capacity of age in the movement ...


Speech Processing In Computer Vision Applications, Nicholas Waterworth 2020 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

Speech Processing In Computer Vision Applications, Nicholas Waterworth

Computer Science and Computer Engineering Undergraduate Honors Theses

Deep learning has been recently proven to be a viable asset in determining features in the field of Speech Analysis. Deep learning methods like Convolutional Neural Networks facilitate the expansion of specific feature information in waveforms, allowing networks to create more feature dense representations of data. Our work attempts to address the problem of re-creating a face given a speaker's voice and speaker identification using deep learning methods. In this work, we first review the fundamental background in speech processing and its related applications. Then we introduce novel deep learning-based methods to speech feature analysis. Finally, we will present ...


Countermeasures For Pedestrian-Involved Accidents On Interstate-Highways, Anna C. Hunter 2020 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

Countermeasures For Pedestrian-Involved Accidents On Interstate-Highways, Anna C. Hunter

Civil Engineering Undergraduate Honors Theses

Pedestrian access to the Interstate is prohibited, but many pedestrian-involved accidents still occur on the Interstate in the United States. This project is a case study of West Memphis, Arkansas, which has the second highest occurrence of pedestrian-involved accidents on the Interstate in Arkansas. The study site location includes a segment of Interstate I-40 which is at- grade. The surrounding area contains several different land-uses, which is believed to be the primary generator of these accidents. The goal of this project is to determine the primary causes of these accidents and determine potential countermeasures to reduce the crash rate for ...


Senior Bonner Reflection, Emily Shiplett 2020 Ursinus College

Senior Bonner Reflection, Emily Shiplett

Bonner Presentations

The mission of the Bonner Program is to transform the lives of students and members, their campuses, their local communities, and the world through service and leadership. The Bonner Program is designed to heighten the overall education students and members receive by asking them to engage in ongoing service work and helping them develop the experience, skills, knowledge, and values necessary to make that work meaningful and lasting. In this presentation, Emily Shiplett describes the people and experiences which were most meaningful to her throughout her years in the Bonner Program at Ursinus College.


My Bonner Journey, Allison DeGerlia 2020 Ursinus College

My Bonner Journey, Allison Degerlia

Bonner Presentations

The mission of the Bonner Program is to transform the lives of students and members, their campuses, their local communities, and the world through service and leadership. The Bonner Program is designed to heighten the overall education students and members receive by asking them to engage in ongoing service work and helping them develop the experience, skills, knowledge, and values necessary to make that work meaningful and lasting. In this presentation, Allison DeGerlia describes the people and experiences which were most meaningful to her throughout her years in the Bonner Program at Ursinus College.


Bonner Impact, Emily Thomas 2020 Ursinus College

Bonner Impact, Emily Thomas

Bonner Presentations

The mission of the Bonner Program is to transform the lives of students and members, their campuses, their local communities, and the world through service and leadership. The Bonner Program is designed to heighten the overall education students and members receive by asking them to engage in ongoing service work and helping them develop the experience, skills, knowledge, and values necessary to make that work meaningful and lasting. In this presentation, Emily Thomas describes the people and experiences which were most meaningful to her throughout her years in the Bonner Program at Ursinus College.


Mid-Semester Survey: The Importance Of Feedback, Alexa Hepner 2020 Concordia University St. Paul

Mid-Semester Survey: The Importance Of Feedback, Alexa Hepner

Research and Scholarship Symposium Posters

The purpose of this study was an action research project meant to help improve a method for faculty to receive student feedback. The results and a more detailed explanation is displayed on this poster.


Community Engagement Concerning Soil Lead Levels, Rachel Corsello 2020 Wittenberg University

Community Engagement Concerning Soil Lead Levels, Rachel Corsello

The International Undergraduate Journal For Service-Learning, Leadership, and Social Change

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A Reflection On A Collegiate Service Program, Skylar Nijhawan 2020 Siena College

A Reflection On A Collegiate Service Program, Skylar Nijhawan

The International Undergraduate Journal For Service-Learning, Leadership, and Social Change

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My Story Of West Virginia, Erin Spence 2020 Siena College

My Story Of West Virginia, Erin Spence

The International Undergraduate Journal For Service-Learning, Leadership, and Social Change

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The Story Of Paul, Michael Averill 2020 Siena College

The Story Of Paul, Michael Averill

The International Undergraduate Journal For Service-Learning, Leadership, and Social Change

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Knitting Service-Learning And Professional Training: Advocating For Dental Care For People With Intellectual Disabilities, Raj Gandhi 2020 The University of Massachussetts

Knitting Service-Learning And Professional Training: Advocating For Dental Care For People With Intellectual Disabilities, Raj Gandhi

The International Undergraduate Journal For Service-Learning, Leadership, and Social Change

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A Story Of Stories: An Asian American Philosophy Of Engagement, Nathan Reddy 2020 Cornell University

A Story Of Stories: An Asian American Philosophy Of Engagement, Nathan Reddy

The International Undergraduate Journal For Service-Learning, Leadership, and Social Change

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Editors’ Notes, Jamie Opdyke 2020 Governors State University

Editors’ Notes, Jamie Opdyke

The International Undergraduate Journal For Service-Learning, Leadership, and Social Change

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Table Of Contents, Iujsl, Vol. 9 Issue 2 Spring 2020, 2020 Governors State University

Table Of Contents, Iujsl, Vol. 9 Issue 2 Spring 2020

The International Undergraduate Journal For Service-Learning, Leadership, and Social Change

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Community Engagement E-News - April 2020, Parkland College 2020 Parkland College

Community Engagement E-News - April 2020, Parkland College

Service Learning Newsletter

No abstract provided.


Fostering Emotionally Intelligent Bullying Prevention Through Youth Engagement, Jan L. Urbanski, June Jenkins 2020 Clemson University

Fostering Emotionally Intelligent Bullying Prevention Through Youth Engagement, Jan L. Urbanski, June Jenkins

National Youth-At-Risk Conference Savannah

School staff play an important role in preventing bullying, but they can’t do it alone. Schools must meet the social-emotional needs of students for bullying to decrease and these efforts are more successful when youth are involved. This session will explore engaging youth by promoting youth voice, changing social norms, and using class meetings to teach social-emotional learning skills.


Unlv Top Tier Focus - Community Partnerships, University of Nevada, Las Vegas 2020 University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Unlv Top Tier Focus - Community Partnerships, University Of Nevada, Las Vegas

Top Tier Focus

Community Partnerships stimulate economic development and diversification, foster innovation, and enrich our communities. UNLV has recently joined the ranks of a distinct group of universities recognized by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching for outstanding community engagement. This milestone is another important achievement in our Top Tier journey.


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