We are in the last day of June, and it's heartening to see so much service-learning work being done and being recognized across the country.
Grand Island Independent, June 28, 2009 - John Buller, a Hampton native, devoted the last three years of his life to service. A recent graduate of Nebraska Wesleyan University, Buller was part of a campus program called Global Service Learning, which revolves around volunteering locally and globally. Read the full article here.
Indianapolis Star, June 27, 2009 - Jeffrey T. Bryant, a social work professor at the University of Indianapolis was awarded a $3,750 grant, sponsored by the Indiana Campus Compact. He will use the grant to develop a global model for service learning. Read the article here.