“Service-learning prepares business students to see new dimensions of relevance of their coursework & establish caring relationships with others that validate their humanity. Service-learning is an important way for management faculty to help their departments, schools, & universities to better fulfil their missions & visions.” 1
—Charles Wankel, chair of the Management Educate & Development Division of the Academy of Management.
Service-Learning in Business Administration
Thank you for your interest in service-learning in Business Administration . The CCE can help you create or deepen your service-learning class. We provide models of other courses, sample syllabi, resources for course construction, reflective analysis tools, and risk management support.
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1 Preface in Working for the Common Good: Concepts and Models for Service Learning in Management. Available in the CCE Library.
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The Oklahoma Integrated Business Core: Using a Service-Learning Experience as a Foundation for Undergraduate Business Education by James M. Kenderdine Larry K. Michaelsen, John Hobbs, and Forest L. Frueh
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