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The Importance of Literature in the Individual and Community: A White Paper Marybeth Burriss, Anne Carpenter, Correy Dowd, Ben Goldberg,  & Luke Sealey Dr. Clark Maddux Citizens, Strangers, & Savages 9 December 2013
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"Professor Jeanne Mercer-Ballard’s students in the College of Fine and Applied Arts’ Department of Technology and Environmental Design are partnering with Planning Interiors Limited (PIL), an interior design company in Nairobi, to provide design...
Dr. Diane "Daisy" Waryold

Dr. Diane "Daisy" Waryold

Wednesday, October 30, 2013 - 7:12am
Dr. Diane “Daisy” Waryold is an Associate Professor in the College Student Development graduate preparation program here at ASU and a member of the Faculty Advisory Group for Service-Learning. Dr. Waryold received a Bachelor of Science degree (...
Kaitlyn Talbert
Transferring to Appalachian from another school can be daunting but that is what made my service learning experience such a great one. Since I want to work for a non-profit after I graduate, the process of finding an organization to work with was...
Lauren Berryhill
"The service learning class I participated in last semester really expanded my experiences in the non-profit world. I was able to apply theories I learned in Sociology Seminar to the populations I interacted with through Appalachian Women's Fund. It...
Moses Cone Manor along the Blueridge Parkway National Park

Ecotoxicology

Thursday, October 10, 2013 - 8:01am
Students in Dr. Shea Tuberty’s Ecotoxicology class (Biology 3500) regularly conduct collect soil samples and extract heavy metals from old pesticides used at the Moses Cone Manor along the Blueridge Parkway National Park.
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