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Friday, March 4, 2016

8:30 - Breakfast and Registration

9:10Session IPaczesny Hall, Room 215
"Faculty Reflections on Teaching Service Learning: A Qualitative Analysis of Motivations and Outcomes."
Dr. Mary Ann Murphy, Pace University

Paczesny Hall, Room 218
"An Act of Kindness in the Classroom: Volunteering as an Ice-breaker"
Ms. Corrine T. Spencer, Binghamton State University

9:50Session IIPaczesny Hall, Room 215
"What Strategies are Effective and Meaningful for Assessing the Impact of Community-Based Learning"
Ms. Katie Flowers, Hobart and William Smith Colleges

Paczesny Hall, Room 218
"Achieving Impact in Service-Learning through Project Management"
Dr. Lynn M. Donahue, St. John Fisher College

11:00Session IIIPaczesny Hall, Room 215
"The Campus as Community Partner: Who Knew"
Mr. Gary Rog, Hamburg Berger Fest

Paczesny Hall, Room 218
"Maximizing your Day of Service"
Mr. Jonathan Hilsher, Alfred State University

11:30Keynote and LunchCampus Center Second Floor
"Stories of Engagement"
Dr. Amy Cohen, George Washington University

1:15Session IVPaczesny Hall, Room 215
"Guiding Students to Conduct Applied Geographic Information Systems (GIS project in classes for Community Organizations and Governments)"
Dr. Tao Tang, SUNY Buffalo State College

Paczesny Hall, Room 218
"Breaks Matter"
Dr. Rolanda Ward, Niagara University

2:00Session VPaczesny Hall, Room 215
"Filling the Gaps: Drama-Based Education as a Tool for Social and Academic Change"
Ms. Eve Everette, SUNY Buffalo State College

Paczesny Hall, Room 218
"Panel Discussion on International Service Learning: Best Practices and Potential Pitfalls"
Dr. Amy Smith, Hilbert College

Updated: February 2016