Case Studies & Applied Research
This article focuses on the significance of an urban college’s location and mission in guiding disciplines within the college to engage with its immigrant neighbors through service-learning.The authors describe how social connectedness theory and transformational learning theory were used to facilitate learning and increase students’ awareness of their sense of vocation.Student reflections on the service learning experience in both disciplines, religion and social work, are used to illustrate the application of each theory.
Maruggi, M., & Gerten, A. (2013), 143-156. Location as Vocation: An Urban College's Engagement with Their Somali Neighbors. PRISM: A Journal of Regional Engagement, 2 (2). Retrieved from https://encompass.eku.edu/prism/vol2/iss2/4