Zdenka Guadarrama
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  • Kansas City, MO
  • United States
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Greening Hogan

"These pictures are from the first day of our Institute. We started with a good discussion about environmental problems and what individuals can do to mitigate them. In the afternoon we visited Linda Hall Library, which is one of the best science…"
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"Project seems to be coming up really well!!! soooooooooooo excited! can't wait 'till it all begins! so much fun and with a good purpose! :)"
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Rockhurst University
Team Name
Hogan Rockhurst Interdisciplinary Institute
Project Title
Hogan Environmental Awareness Campaign
Project Description
Service learning interdisciplinary academic program with an environmental theme designed for Rockhurst University and Hogan Preparatory Academy HS students. We seek to bridge the achievement gap by developing leadership, civic responsibility and environmental awareness.
Hogan students will be exposed to a collegiate academic experience, as well as college residential life, and be expected to participate in a service learning program promoting environmental awareness, a "greening" plan for Hogan, and providing tutoring and mentoring to younger students the following school year. Rockhurst students will participate in all aspects of the project as a service learning component for their education, become aware of and reflect on the educational barriers that low-income urban students face. We hope some of these students become motivated to advocate for social justice in education.

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At 8:41pm on July 23, 2009, Wendy Alvarez said…
Project seems to be coming up really well!!!
soooooooooooo excited! can't wait 'till it all begins!
so much fun and with a good purpose! :)
 
 
 

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