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Research Reports

The Center for Academic Service-Learning and Research commits to APU’s Academic Vision through rigorous and cumulative service-learning course assessment and evaluation. Quantitative and qualitative data collected from service-learning student evaluations at the conclusion of each semester provide evidence of transformational scholarship. The service-learning experience, linking theory and pedagogy with course-relevant community service, contributes to student learning outcomes and frequently leads to an increased understanding of God-honoring diverstiy, faith integration, and in some courses, international internationalization. Data reports are made available to individual course professors, departments, schools, and the Office of Institutional Research and Assessment.

Spring 2012

School of Nursing (PDF)

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (PDF)

Fall 2011

School of Nursing (PDF)

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (PDF)

School of Business and Management (PDF)

Spring 2011

School of Nursing (PDF)

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (PDF)

School of Business and Management (PDF)

School of Behavioral and Applied Sciences (PDF)

Service-Learning and God-Honoring Diversity Report (PDF)

Fall 2010

School of Nursing (PDF)

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (PDF)

School of Business and Management (PDF)

School of Behavioral and Applied Sciences (PDF)

Service-Learning and God-honoring Diversity Report (PDF)

Spring 2010

School of Nursing (PDF)

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (PDF)

School of Business and Managment (PDF)

Fall 2009

School of Nursing (PDF)

College of LIberal Arts and Sciences (PDF)

School of Business and Management (PDF)