Professors take on a.p.p.l.e.s. service programs

Five faculty members are taking part in the a.p.p.l.e.s. (assisting people in planning learning experiences in service) this fall.

*Jay Anthony (journalism and mass communication) will have two of his Graphic Design classes produce artwork for local non-profit agencies.

*Kathleen Harris (sociology) is teaching U.S. Poverty and Public Policy in which students will volunteer to work with poor women and children.

*Donna LeFebvre (political science) is teaching an honors class in Ethics, Morality, Individual Liberty and the Law in which students will volunteer to work in the criminal justice system.

*James Leloudis (history) is teaching a class on the North Carolina Fund and its Legacy in which students may work with and also interview workers at North Carolina Fund agencies.

*Richard Ulin (international studies) is teaching Global Studies in which students will volunteer to learn about natural resources, energy alternatives and developing nations.

Faculty members interested in developing an a.p.p.l.e.s. course can contact Mary Morrison, 2-0902.


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