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Service Learning Syllabi Service Learning Syllabi

The following individuals syllabi are being provided by the participants of the 2002 APSA Service Learning Workshop.

Melanie J. Blumberg
California University of Pennsylvania, Department of History & Political Science

Susan Dicklitch
Franklin & Marshall College, Government

Stephen E. Frantzich
US Naval Academy, Political Science
Frantzich is author of Studying in Washington: A Guide to Academic Internships in the Nation's Capital, an APSA publication on political science internships written for undergraduates and internship directors.

Stephen L. Fisher
Emory & Henry College, Political Science

Margaret Groarke
Manhattan College, Government

Gary Klass
Illinois State Univ, Politics and Government 

Patrizia Longo
Saint Mary's College of California, Politcal Science

Roy T. Meyers
University of Maryland-Baltimore County, Political Science

Mark S. Mattern
Baldwin Wallace College, Political Science
and
Mike Telin
Music & Perfoming Arts at Trinity Cathedral, Inc.

Scott L. McLean
Quinnipiac Univ, Political Science

Jody L. Neathery-Castro
University of Nebraska at Omaha, Political Science

Eve N. Sandberg
Oberlin College, Political Science

Elizabeth S. Smith
Furman Univ, Political Science

James H. Svara
North Carolina State University, Political Science & Pub Admin.
and
Kimberly L Nelson
North Carolina State University, Political Science & Pub Admin.

Kathleen Cramer Walsh
University of Wisconsin-Madison, Political Science


ADDITIONAL SERVICE LEARNING SYLLABI

James Garand
Emogine Pliner Distinguished Professor
Louisiana State Univesity, Political Science

Bruce Peabody
Fairleigh Dickenson University, Political Science

Campus Compact: Service Learning Syllabi