The Community Engagement Program prepares students to be non-profit leaders, social change activists, and leaders in the national service learning movement.

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Submissions from 2018

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Female Students of Color in Higher Education, Kile Adumene

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Domestic Violence and the Faith Community: A Training for Faith Leaders, Sandy Almonte

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Through the Looking Glass: Shining Light on Queer Identities, Daniel Richard Begin

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Clandestino: Latino Youth and Mental Health and Art as an Outlet for One’s Emotions, Jessica DeAlmeida

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Nature as the Teacher: Exploring the Development and Growth of Nature Schools in the U.S., Emily Gehrdes

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Ageism, Passed Down from Generation to Generation, Amy L. Gothing

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Poverty Through Simulation: Examining Concerns with Affordable Housing in Relation to the Cycle of Poverty, Emily McCaffrey

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The Inclusion of Highly Skilled Immigrants, Elsabel Rincon

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The Story of Us, Kya Roumimper

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“I Can’t Believe I’m in Charge”: How Zlotkoswki’s “Students as Colleagues” Model Prepares Bentley University Service-Learning Students for Civic Leadership, Brian Shea

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Allyship in the Academy: The Girlhood Project and Redefining Girlhood, Emily Welden

Submissions from 2017

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Factors Supporting the Leadership of Women of Color in Higher Education, Local Politics, and the Nonprofit Sector, Kayla J. Bynum and Paula Gomez Stordy

Submissions from 2016

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The Intersection of Adolescent Mental Health and Academic Performance: A Case Study of Ten Urban High School Students, Kristy Forrest

Submissions from 2014

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From Source to Soup to Soul: An Exploration of Food Sustainability within Soup Kitchens through Community Partnerships, Katelyn Grimes

Submissions from 2012

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The Lack of Physical Activity in Children and the Associations with Childhood Obesity: An Overview of the Causes, Effects and Implications, Kristen LeMay

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Community Organizing at CDC’s: Implications for Practice, Candice McLaughlin