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Northwestern students learn about service, leadership through meaningful projects

 

November 1, 2020

Left Photo: As part of the service learning requirements for their Habitudes class at Northwestern, a group of students organized the picking up of trash on campus. That group included Isaac Joseph, Esther Thornburg, Jacob Ervin and Natalie Linville. Right Photo: Collecting 183.5 pounds of non-perishable foods and other items recently during a two-week drive for the Northwestern Campus Cabinet food pantry are Kaylea Brown, Kaylin Blatchford, Whitney Blanchard and Lizzy Webster, who did the project for service learning credit in their Habitudes class at Northwestern. The students organized the drive, solicited items from on- and off-campus, delivered the items to the Campus Cabinet, weighed it in and put it on the shelves.

As part of the service learning requirements for their Habitudes class at Northwestern, a group of students organized the picking up of trash on campus. That group included Isaac Joseph, Esther Thornburg, Jacob Ervin and Natalie Linville.

"Service" and "leadership" are integral parts of Northwestern Oklahoma State University's mission, so having students complete service learning projects as part of their class requirements helps to further the university's mission to its students while providing a much-needed service to the community.

A number of the classes at Northwestern incorporate the...



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