Author(s) Maddie Farrell Faculty Mentor(s) Allyson Rogan-Klyve (Other) Abstract Mentoring is the building block to confidence, positive self-esteem and individual success. Every school should implement a mentoring program to allow for Elementary School students to be supported by Middle or High School students. As a… Read More »The Benefits of Mentoring
Academic Service Learning Projects (Or CLCE)
Recursos y Entendimiento a la Discapacidad (translated to Resources And Understanding of Disability)
Author(s) Stephanie Lopez Faculty Mentor(s) Naomi Jeffery Petersen (Accessibility Studies) Abstract Many individuals with disabilities within Mexican families lose the opportunity for self-advocacy or advocacy from family members due to the stigma regarding disability. This community outreach provides training and resources to understand disability. Keywords:… Read More »Recursos y Entendimiento a la Discapacidad (translated to Resources And Understanding of Disability)
Author(s) Landis Hanson Faculty Mentor(s) Andre Dickerson (Engage) Abstract This presentation will represent efforts completed to increase civic engagement at the Ellensburg CWU campus, which was graciously funded by the Washington State Campus Compact Civic Engagement and Leadership Fellowship. The opportunity was designed to provide… Read More »Civic Engagement and Leadership Fellowship Conclusion
Author(s) Leana St Clair, Meghan Gilbert Faculty Mentor(s) Jamie Gilbert (Non-Profit Management) Abstract In the workforce and the classroom, one of the fastest growing trends is teamwork. Organizational leaders, spanning across varying fields and disciplines, have indicated that the amount of time spent on team… Read More »Strengthening Interdisciplinary Leadership Teams through Team Development Intervention
Author(s) Manastash Student Literary Journal Faculty Mentor(s) Barry Shelton (English), Xavier Cavazos (English) Abstract This reading celebrates the 31st publication of Manastash. We at Manastash value the ability to stand up and voice the truths that are seen at a societal and personal level through… Read More »Manastash Literary Journal Debut Reading
Author(s) Brittaney Carroll Faculty Mentor(s) Amie Wojtyna (Public Health) Abstract The PUBH 489 course allows students to engage in community and/or campus based academic service learning related to public health. In Winter quarter 2021, CWU students were trained and certified in case investigation and contact… Read More »Academic Service Learning in Public Health.
“I see you; you see me”: How a crocodile sanctuary can teach us to create a more sustainable future with our cohabitants.
Author(s) Mackenzie Stinson Faculty Mentor(s) Daniel Beck (Biological Sciences), Rodrigo Tenteria-Valencia Abstract Mexico is a diverse and wonderful place for cultures, biospheres, and organisms. Along the Costalegre region of Jalisco there is a vast expanse of habitat called the Chamela-Cuixmala Reserve. Located just south of… Read More »“I see you; you see me”: How a crocodile sanctuary can teach us to create a more sustainable future with our cohabitants.