Each project was chosen through a competitive review process and
Overall, 44 presentations were selected to showcase community impact projects in diverse areas such as social work, sociology, music, literacy, marketing, radiology, disaster preparedness, teacher education, bio-diversity, and filmmaking.
Dr. Kimberly S. Whorton, assistant professor of dental hygiene, presented “Transferring Teaching Strategies from the Classroom to Service-Learning Projects.”
Tiffany Jackson, professional development coordinator of the TEACH program, collaborated with Montrell Marshall, a graduate student from Baton Rouge, and Mark Parrish of First Baptist Church in West Monroe, to present “TEACH Project Students ‘Broaden Horizons’ Through STEM Investigations.”
Dr. Pamela Higgins Saulsberry, professor of social work, presented “Life Events, Transitions, and Turning Points,” with senior social work majors Eric Hendrix and Tara Williamson.
Each participant received a medal commemorating their achievement and the students will display their medals during commencement exercises.