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To Whom Much Is Given

2007 Conference on Service Learning in Higher Education

About the Sponsors

 

Believing that the University of Alabama has a critical role to play in preparing students to serve as effective, engaged, and ethical citizens, the Center for Ethics & Social Responsibility seeks to assist students in developing a distinctive definition of moral and civic maturity, making the values and skills of citizenship a hallmark of a University of Alabama education. Learn more: http://cesr.ua.edu/

 

The primary purpose of of the Alabama Poverty Project is to provide information that promotes a better understanding of the nature of poverty--its complex causes, prevalence and persistence in Alabama. Learn more: http://www.alabamapoverty.org/

 

Impact: An Alabama Student Service Initiative is Alabama's first statewide nonprofit organization dedicated to developing and implementing substantive service-learning projects in coordination with select universities, junior colleges, and technical schools throughout the state. Learn more: http://www.impactalabama.org/

 

The mission of the The Center for Urban Affairs at The University of Alabama at Birmingham is to enable public and private sector organizations to enhance the livability of urban communities by providing research, technical assistance and policy analysis. Learn more: http://www.sbs.uab.edu/Depts/CUA/CUAHome.html

 

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