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University of Minnesota Professor to Discuss Service Learning and Social Justice at St. Norbert College

From St. Norbert College, February 24, 2016
by Erich Wegenke, erich.wegenke@snc.edu, 920-403-3089

Tania Mitchell, a professor from the University of Minnesota, will visit St. Norbert College on Monday, March 7, to give a talk titled "How Service-Learning Enacts Social Justice Sense-Making." Mitchell's talk, organized by St. Norbert College's Sturzl Center for Community Service & Learning, will take place on Monday, March 7, from 7-8 p.m. in the Fort Howard Theater in the Bemis International Center on the college campus. It is free and open to the public.

Tania Mitchell is an assistant professor in the department of postsecondary teaching and learning at the University of Minnesota's college of education and human development. She focuses her teaching and research on service-learning as a tool to educate students about matters of justice, identity and community--a subject closely aligned with the values and mission of the Sturzl Center, and with St. Norbert College's core principle of communio.

For more information on the Sturzl Center for Community Service & Learning, visit http://www.snc.edu/sturzlcenter, call 920-403-3374, or email sturzlcenter@snc.edu.