SL/CE Showcase

Come hear stories from your colleagues in a TEDx style format and celebrate SL/CE at Upstate.

Join us in CLC 309 for a sandwich & salad buffet lunch @ 11:45.

Sessions start run from 12:00 to 2:30.

Prefer to attend virtually? We’ll stream on Bb Collaborate.
Can’t make it on 4/1? Sessions will be recorded & posted to Serving Upstate.

Eight SL/CE stars will share their personal stories including, but not limited to:

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  • Overview of their SL/CE experience
  • How they got started
  • Contributions to student retention
  • Connecting disciplinary content & SL/CE
  • Lessons learned (good & not so good) 
  • Best & worst SL/CE experiences

Session One: 12:00 – 1:15
– Latasha Gooden (Nursing)
– Araceli Hernandez-Laroche (French)
– Courtney McDonald (Criminal Justice)
– Stephanie King-Mattingly (Communications)

Session Two: 1:15 – 2:30
– Esther Godfrey (Women’s & Gender Studies)
– Stephanie Barnhill (Nursing)
– Renu Pariyadath (Speech Communications)
– Ginny Webb (Biology)

Interested in hearing more student voices?

Come hear student voices talking about their community engaged research & their service learning experiences at the Upstate Symposium on April 8th at 3:15 in CLC 103 (time and location subject to change). We’ll start with two papers discussing perceptions of dialect prejudice in social and educational settings, then we’ll have a panel of students talking about Serving for the Grade & So Much More.

Published by Dave Marlow

David Marlow is a professor of Linguistics and English as a Second Language and also serves as Director of the Office of Service Learning and Community Engagement at the University of South Carolina Upstate. He holds a Ph.D. in English and Applied Linguistics from Ball State University. Dave seeks to work with local leaders to make a sustainable difference for underserved communities. At the core of all his endeavors, Dave seeks to make a meaningful difference in people’s lives.