Community Engaged Learning (CEL) Classes

Beyond the classroom!

BEYOND THE CLASSROOM

Community Engaged Learning involves fostering mutually beneficial partnerships that enhance student learning, address societal concerns, and improve quality of life by co-creating partnerships that meet community needs.

Community Engaged Learning (CEL) course list

The CEL designation is currently being piloted by the course(s) listed below. There are many additional UWL courses that work with the community, but are not part of the pilot.

Fall 2022

ANT 401 - Ethnographic Methods (Section 01 with Elizabeth Peacock)

ENV 496 - Environmental Studies Capstone (Section 01 with Alysa Remsburg)

ESS 232 - Adapted Lifetime Recreation (Sections 01/10L & 11L with Abigail Wagner)

MKT/MGT/FIN 323 - Business Consulting and Professional Communication (Section 01 with Christa Kiersch, Kelly Nowicki and Lise Graham)

REC 445 - Meetings, Conventions, and Event Planning Recreation (Section 01 with Dan Plunkett)

RTH 496 - Fieldwork Preparation in Therapeutic Recreation (Section 01 with Tara DeLong)

SPA 322 - Spanish for Mental Health Professionals (Sections 01 & 02 with Antonio Martin Gomez)

Spring 2022

ANT 496 - Honors Thesis in Cultural Anthropology (Section 01 with Elizabeth Peacock)

ESS 232 - Adapted Lifetime Recreation (Sections 01/10L with Abigail Wagner)

MKT/MGT/FIN 323 - Business Consulting and Professional Communication (Section 01 with Christa Kiersch, Kelly Nowicki and Lise Graham)

POL 494 - Capstone Seminar: Survey Methodology (Section 01 with Krista LaPlant)

REC 301 - Leadership and Programming in Recreation (Section 01 with Brian Kumm-Schaley)

REC 351 - Civic Engagement in Recreation (Section 01 with Dan Plunkett)

RTH 250 - Introduction to Therapeutic Recreation (Section with Lindsey Kirschbaum )

RTH 252 - Innovative Activities (Section 01 with Lindsey Kirschbaum )

RTH 445/545 - Recreational Therapy and Older Adults (Section 01 with Jennifer Taylor)

RTH 470 - Facilitation Techniques in Therapeutic Recreation (Section 01 with Lindsey Kirschbaum )

RTH 496 - Fieldwork Preparation in Therapeutic Recreation (Section 01 with Tara DeLong)

SOC 333 - Human Rights Policing (Section 01 with Peter Marina)

Fall 2021

ECON 330 - Labor Economics (Section 01 with Mary Hamman)

ENG 314 - Grant Writing (Section 01 with Lindsay Steiner)

MKT/MGT/FIN 323 - Business Consulting and Professional Communication (Section 01 with Maggie McDermott, Kelly Nowicki and Diana Tempski)

SOC 311 - Rural and Urban Communities (Section 01 with Carol Miller)

SPA 322 - Spanish for Mental Health Professionals (Sections 01 & 02 with Antonio Martin Gomez)

Spring 2021

REC 351 - Civic Engagement in Recreation (Section 01 with Dan Plunkett)

 

Contact us!

Lisa Klein, Community Engagement Coordinator

lklein@uwlax.edu

608-785-8153

Visit us!

UWL Office of Community Engagement
Cleary Alumni & Friends Center, Room 104
1725 State Street
La Crosse, WI 54601