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Advancing Community Relationships

Service-learning builds community by developing positive, reciprocal relationships between APU and the local private and public sectors in order to enhance scholarship of both faculty and students through service activities, which integrate faith in Christ with service and learning. Learn more about the center.

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
2009 President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll - With Distinction

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Center for Academic Service-Learning and Research

  • APU Hosts C.H.A.M.P. GraduationAzusa Pacific University’s semester-long C.H.A.M.P. program culminates with a graduation ceremony for the fourth-grade participants who have committed to pursuing college.

Elsewhere at APU

  • APU's Leslie Wickman Discusses Big Bang DiscoveryLeslie Wickman, director of the Center for Research in Science, shares her expertise as a Christian scientist with national and local media outlets in light of the recent discovery related to the origins of the universe.
  • Theology Faculty Participate in ‘Why We Work’ ProjectAzusa Pacific University theology faculty Gary Black Jr. and Paul Shrier participated in a research project, funded by the Kern Family Foundation, examining the relationship between Christian professionals and their working lives.
  • The Science of the CrucifixionAzusa Pacific professor Cahleen Shrier details the physiological process a typical crucified victim underwent, to give new understanding to Christ's death.
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