Service-Learning Courses Can Positively Impact Post-Graduate Salaries - another great reason to incorporate service into your courses.
Looking for an ASL class to take next semester? Here's an incredible opportunity!
Are you taking an ASL course this semester?
If you're stumped by that question, check out our list of current ASL courses being offered in the Fall 2015 semester!
Nominations for the Excellence in Academic Service Learning Award are due Friday, October 23 at 5 p.m.
The award description and nomination information can be found by on the NMU Enrollment Management and Student Services website.
Is your department or business interested in an Econo Receipt Drop Box? We are providing these cute little boxes across campus and our community to help raise ...money for Fall 2015! We will receive 1% cash back on every receipt we collect. This is an ongoing opportunity, so please save your receipts!
E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in having a box dropped off, or if you have any shoe boxes to donate!
Save the date! Next Friday, the ASL advisory board, CTL and TLAC invite you to attend one or more of Dr. Patti Clayton's sessions on curricular engagement. For more information on workshops please contact Sara Hujar at email@example.com or 906-227-1215!
Protected Area and Land Management, Banquets and Catering, and an Advanced Audio Production course have all been highlighted in the past few segments of "Learning by Serving!" Visit our website for links to all previous stories!
Graphic Communications was featured last week in our TV6 & FOX UP segment. Link to the story is attached!
Our "Learning by Serving" segment on TV6 & FOX UP last week featured Dr. Maggy Moore's Athletic Training course. If you missed seeing it live, here is the link to the story!
Did you miss our first segment of "Learning by Serving" on TV6 & FOX UP last Thursday? The Construction Management program was the first to be highlighted in this weekly segment. Today's segment features the Athletic Training program, look for the link to the story on our Facebook page early next week.