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Quotable: Human Services Student

“I am most excited to use the things I learn in class and apply them to the real world to gain a better understanding of course material and get a better feel on what career I would like to pursue in the future.” Human Services Professions student
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Published On: February 1, 2011 | Tags:
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Uganda Project Inspires Global Health Focus

Kay Beach had her mind set — she was going to Uganda. But the passion that fueled her independent research study there took her in a direction far from what she had originally imagined.
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Published On: November 29, 2010 | Tags: ,,,
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Students At Big Sister Association Big in Boston

Students attended Big Sister Association of Greater Boston’s Annual Big in Boston on Tuesday, November 9th, 2010 at the Westin Copley Place Boston…
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Published On: November 9, 2010 | Tags: ,,
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Internationalizing the Campus

As the nation prepares to celebrate International Education Week (November 15-19), NAFSA: Association of International Educators released its latest report on the outstanding accomplishments of U.S. higher education institutions in the area of internationalization.
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Published On: November 1, 2010 | Tags: ,,,
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Students Ask Big Questions of Prevention Science in Child Intervention & Treatment

“Working with the Service-Learning Program through the Center of Community Service at Northeastern University has been an incredible experience for me. The support and resources available through the service-learning program allow for theory and research to come alive in the local community agencies of Boston (and in my classroom).”
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Service­-Learning throughout the Human Services Curriculum  

Service-Learning throughout the Human Services Curriculum Contributed by Student Service-Learner Sarah Lucey Human Services, Class of 2013 I first started engaging in service-learning (S-L) at Northeastern through my Human Services Professions class during my freshman year of college where I served at the Women’s Center in Cambridge, a community center fighting for women’s rights and against all forms of oppression…
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Published On: October 1, 2010 | Tags: ,,,,,
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Quotable- Katie Theriault

“[As an S-LTA] I hope to gain skills and knowledge related to partnership building between community partners and Northeastern students, as well as NU as an institution….”..
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Consandria Walker named head coach at UMass Boston

Recent Northeastern track & field standout, Consandria Walker, will be trading in her spikes for a stopwatch after being named the head men’s and women’s cross country / track & field coach at UMass Boston…
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Published On: August 26, 2010 | Tags: ,,,,
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Making peace, one child at a time

Some 150 sixth and seventh-graders packed a tiny classroom on the outskirts of Gulu, Uganda, a war-ravaged country whose children have remained at the center of conflict for more than two decades. Kids raised hands, drew pictures, voiced opinions, all of them eager to learn…
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Published On: June 14, 2010 | Tags: ,,,,
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