Office for Community Involvement

Service Learning Courses
Spring 2014

ASC 111 – Freshman Seminar
Instructor:  Jennifer Pope

Community Partner: The Salvation Army – “Night on the Van”
Students ride along with the Salvation Army delivering hot meals to families in need.

NRSG 138 – Gerontology for Nursing
Instructor:  Sue Winn

Community Partner: Highgate Senior Living
Students will do presentations to the clients on various topics – home safety, preventative health, keeping the mind sharp.

NRSG 130 – Fundamentals of Nursing
Instructor:  Sue Winn

Community Partner: The Salvation Army – “Night on the Van”
Students ride along with the Salvation Army delivering hot meals to families in need.

NRSG 266 – Managed Client Care
Instructor:  Wayne Pitt

Community Partners: 

Family Tree
Students will develop informative presentations for the clientele.

Discover Zone
Students will develop informative presentations for the after school program.

Student Health Service/Fresh Air Advocates
Students will promote the campus Fresh Air Policy and provide information on smoking cessation.

Chicks in Science
Students will volunteer at the event that encourages grade and middle school –aged girls to enter math and science related fields.

MGMT 488 – Business Strategy
Instructor:  Jenny Leonard

Community Partner: TBD
Each semester students work with a struggling community business to develop and implement a new business plan.

EDU 397C – Methods: K-8 Mathematics
Instructor:  David Snow

Community Partners:

Highland Elementary School
Lockwood Elementary School
Washington Elementary School

Students spend time working with students at Highland Elementary throughout the semester, as well as plan a Math Night for each Highland, Lockwood, and Washington Elementary. 

DDSN 299 – Project Development Capstone
Instructor:  Tim Urbaniak

Community Partners:

Yellowstone Art Museum
Students are working to create a 3D model of a brass key so that it can be printed for an event this fall.

Town of Bannack, Montana
Students will 3D scan the historical town of Bannack and use civil and architectural software to model the site. 

Disabled American Veterans
Students in Drafting and Design, Metal Fabrication, Automotive and Autobody will work together to design, fabricate and paint a show trailer for the DAV.

HSTA 428 – History of Archeology in the Americas
Instructor:  Tom Rust

Students work to rescue and preserve historical information of a site south Park City where William Clark (of Lewis and Clark fame) built canoes to descend the Yellowstone and Missouri river on his return trip.

COMT 497 Capstone/COMT 496 Internship
Instructor:  Sarah Keller

Community Partners: Let’s Talk Billings
Students are developing and implementing Let’s Talk, a suicide awareness and prevention campaign.

GPHY 380 Principals of GIS
Instructor:  Matt Anderson

Community Partner: Billings Parks and Recreation
Students will be helping the Parks department in their work to create updated and accurate maps of the Billings’ trail systems.


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