CBL Courses

Fall 2015

Each fall, Community Based Learning offers CBL 100 as well as Independent Study opportunities. CBL also supports a number of courses from academic departments as listed below.

CBL 100: Community Based Learning/Civic Engagement

Instructor: Elizabeth Regosin
Day/Time: Tuesday's, 2:20pm - 3:50 pm
Location: Piskor 19

Enrolled Student: Select Placement via Placement Preference Form
Half- unit class that introduces students to the notion of civic engagement. We’ll focus on what it means to be an engaged member of a community, why it matters, and what obligations we might have to make the world, from the local community outward, a better place. And what more productive way to learn about that than actually to engage in the community?  Students in CBL 100 can expect to complement class readings and discussions of civic engagement through community placements requiring 2-3 hours per week throughout the semester. The culminating project for CBL 100 will be a presentation at the Festival of Community-Based Learning. Community placement themes may include schools, farms, our county correctional facility, local agencies that serve community needs, work with the elderly, local meal programs, and more.

EDUC 455: Language Acquisition and Literacy Development

Instructor: Faith Bish
Day/Time: Wednesday's, 7:00pm - 10:00pm

Location: Atwood 31
Enrolled Students: complete Student Profile Form

EDUC 3002: Museum Education

Instructor: Sharon Williams
Day/Time: Tuesday's/Thursday's, 10:10am - 11:40am

Location: Atwood 34
Enrolled Students: complete Student Profile For
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ENG 222: Multi-Ethnic Literature

Instructor: Penny Vlagopoulos
Day/Time: Wednesday's, 10:45am - 4:00pm

Location: OFF CAMPUS - Upstate Correctional Facility, Malone, NY
Enrolled Students: complete Student Profile Form

ENG/ENVS/GS 293: A Literary Harvest

Instructor: Natalia Singer
Day/Time: Monday's/Wednesday's, 10:30am - 12:30pm

Location: Richardson 301
Enrolled Students: complete Student Profile Form

PSYC 413: Community Psychology (By instructor only)

Instructor: Cathy Crosby-Currie
Day/Time: Monday's, 1:00pm - 4:00pm

Location: Flint 207
Enrolled Students: complete Student Profile Form

SOC 3030: Social Justices in the Digital Age

Instructor: Stephen Barnard
Day/Time: Tuesday's/Thurday's, 2:20pm - 3:50pm

Location: Piskor 101
Enrolled Students: complete Student Profile Form


First Year Program ONLY Courses:

BROWN COLLEGE - Making a Difference: The Role of Active Citizenship in Democracy

Instructor(s): Elizabeth Regosin, Jennifer Hansen
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FORD COLLEGE - The Story of Canton: A Digital History of Rural America

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HERRICK COLLEGE: The Declaration of INTERdependence

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REIFF COLLEGE: Developing the Leader Within: What Makes a Leader?

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Spring 2016

Each spring, Community Based Learning offers CBL 100, CBL 101 as well as Independent Study opportunities. CBL also supports a number of courses from academic departments as listed below.

 

 


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