Service-Learning Council

The Service-Learning Council is a collaboration of academic and administrative faculty members that are devoted to the pedagogy of service-learning and advocate, advise, and take action on issues related to civic engagement across campus. The council is comprised of five prioity groups with differing areas of concern and acts as an advisory committee to the Office of Service-Learning and Civic Engagement.

Council Members

April Heiselt - Chair

School of Medicine

Abbey Grimmer

Office of Service-Learning & Civic Engagement

Aleksey Kolpakov

Department of Political Science

Amy Koeckes

Center for Student Engagement

Candice Bauer

College of Engineering

Catherine Chaput 

Department of English

David Shintani

Vice Provost of Undergraduate Education

Edward Keppelmann

Department of Math and Statistics

Erin Edgington

Honors Program

Gina Tempel

College of Science

Heather Haslem

Sanford Center for Aging

Jenna Dewar

College of Education

Jeremy Tiedt 

College of Business

Jim Webber

Department of English

Jodie Barker

Department of World Languages & Literatures

Leping Liu

Department of Counseling & Educational Psychology

Lorraine Bonaldi-Moore

Orvis School of Nursing

Manoj Mohanty

Department of Mining & Metallurgical Engineering

Melanie Flores 

School of Community Health Sciences

Rayla Tokarz

Library

Sarah Chvilicek

Cooperative Extension

Staci Emm

Cooperative Extension

Will Toledo

Department of Elementary Education

Zac Walker

School of Medicine

Service-Learning & Civic Engagement
Community Logo : Three People, Represented as Circles, of Different Skin Tones
Faculty Logo: Faculty Person as a Circle in front of a Chalkboard that says Life 101
Students Logo: A student, represented as a circle, with a diploma.
Council Logo: An artistic representation of a table with many people surrounding it.