Kim Daus (Chemistry) and Darlene Panvini (Biology) presented a talk at the Gulf-South Summit on Service Learning and Civic Engagement Through Higher Education conference. Their talk was titled “The Power of Collaboration: How Science Faculty Can Work Together to Build Sustained Community Partnerships.” The conference was held in Roanoke, Virginia March 2-4. The mission of the Gulf-South Summit on Service-Learning and Civic Engagement through Higher Education is to promote networking among practitioners, research, ethical practices, reciprocal campus-community partnerships, sustainable programs and a culture of engagement and public awareness through service-learning and other forms of civic engagement.
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