CBL Courses

Community Based Learning offers CBL 101 (spring), as well as CBL Independent Study opportunities. CBL also supports a number of courses from academic departments as listed below.

Spring 2018 Courses

BIOL 305CBL: Health Coaches II
Instructor: Jane Kring

CBL 101: Leadership & Civic Engagement
Instructor: Bob Cowser

CBL 232: Africana Philosophy
Instructor: Jenny Hansen

CBL 3025: Stess & Anxiety
Instructor: Pamela Thacher

CBL 4001: Biomedical Ethics
Instructor: Katie Wolfe

ECON 309CBL (both sections): Labor Economics
Instructor: Cynthia Bansak

FRPG 2055: What’s So Great About Outdoor Education
Instructor: Devin Farkas

FRPG 2085: Childhood Across Cultures: Little Angels and Devious Devils
Instructor: Adam Harr

FRPG 2109: Love in Motion: Cultivating Change through Volunteerism
Instructor: Ashlee Downing

SOC 238 Social Services, Agencies and Advocacy
Instructor: Karen O'Neil

 

Community Placement Preference Forms

CBL 101: Leadership & Civic Engagement
 

CBL 4001: Biomedical Ethics
 

ECON 309 (12:50–2:20): Labor Economics
 

ECON 309 (2:30–4:00): Labor Economics
 

FRPG 2055: What’s So Great About Outdoor Education
 

FRPG 2085: Childhood Across Cultures: Little Angels and Devious Devils
 

FRPG 2109: Love in Motion: Cultivating Change through Volunteerism
 

SOC 238 Social Services, Agencies and Advocacy