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  • 1.Civic Engagement
    Individual and collective actions designed to identify and address issues of public concern. Civic engagement can take many forms, from individual voluntarism to organizational involvement to electoral participation.
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  • 2.Civic Engagement & Service Learning
    Community service and volunteer work can be integrated with undergraduate psychology coursework to serve the community and to deepen students' learning.
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  • 3.Civic Engagement and Service Learning: Research
    This page contains information for the research-minded colleague who may be interested in the empirical evidence of the effectiveness of service-learning approaches, including their impact and the knowledge gained by students.
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  • 4.How Do You Create Socially Responsive Knowledge?
    Links to essays on civic engagement and service learning, and how it should be incorporated into the curriculum.
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  • 5.Civic Engagement and Service Learning
    Learn about partnering with peers in a different setting or in different roles, providing a way to apply course content in community settings and an avenue for agencies to benefit from the work of faculty/teachers and students.
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  • 6.Service Learning Resources
    Resources in civic engagement and service learning, including handbooks, events, Campus Compact, clearinghouses and organizations.
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  • 7.The Role of Service Learning in Preparing Future Faculty: The UGA Model
    he UGA Preparing Future Faculty program focuses on the recruitment and training of doctoral students considering academic careers in higher education and emphasizes issues of diversity and civic engagement.
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  • 8.Service Learning in Psychology
    Service learning is a "course-based, credit-bearing educational experience that allows students to (a) participate in an organized service activity that meets identified community needs and (b) reflect on the service activity in such a way as to gain further understanding of course content, a broader appreciation of the discipline, and an enhanced sense of civic responsibility".
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  • 9.APF Visionary Circle
    Membership in the American Psychological Foundation (APF) Visionary Circle recognizes donors who have made cumulative contributions of $50,000 or more without restrictions.
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  • 10.Undergraduate Education
    APA offers undergraduate psychology faculty and departments tools to improve classroom teaching, evaluate program quality and construct curricula. As one of the most popular undergraduate majors, psychology can prepare students to be successful in many different careers — from the social sciences to business and beyond.
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