Episode: 6: Bridging the Curricular and Co-Curricular in Academic and Student Affairs w/ Emily Eddins


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6: Bridging the Curricular and Co-Curricular in Academic and Student Affairs w/ Emily Eddins

What goes into the classroom and what comes out are equally important.

Today’s guest is Emily Eddins from Old Dominion University. She’s got some great insight on how to incorporate service learning into classes as well as creative ideas for bringing students into the local community and beyond.



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The Student Activities Show: Higher Ed | Student Affairs | Student Engagement > 6: Bridging the Curricular and Co-Curricular in Academic and Student Affairs w/ Emily Eddins

What goes into the classroom and what comes out are equally important. Today’s guest is Emily Eddins from Old Dominion University. She’s got some great insight on how to incorporate service learning into classes as well as creative ideas for bringing students into the local community and beyond.
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