Fellows Blog: Engagement Fellow Addison Tucker

April Fellows Blog Addison Tucker James Madison University What college/university is your alma mater? How did the institution instill or foster your current passion?I attended James Madison University, and I have the Social Work department as well as the Center for Multicultural Student Services to thank for fostering my passion for justice work. The Social Work department provided me with tangible skills for truly thinking and acting contextually when it comes in the injustice of the world. The department is also full of powerful, justice minded women that served as inspiring examples of what it looks like to live out…

Fellows Blog: Campus Compact AmeriCorps Livvy Call

MARCH FELLOWS BLOG LIVVY CALL JAMES MADISON UNIVERSITY What college/university is your alma mater? How did the institution instill or foster your current passion? I went to James Madison University. There were two offices within the institution that cultivated both a strong passion and a clear path for my passions and brought me to where I am today- the Learning Centers, and Community Service-Learning. For three years, I worked in the Learning Centers as a Peer-Assisted Study Sessions (PASS) leader and as a chemistry tutor in the Science and Math Learning Center. The consistency of the work fed my passion…

Newman Civic Fellow Feature – Aaliyah McLean

January Newman Civic Feature Blog Aaliyah McLean James Madison University What initially drew you to the college/university that you are currently attending? In the beginning, my plan wasn’t to attend JMU. I wanted to stay close to home in Richmond, VA near my family and friends. One of my now mentors hosted a JMU Duke for a Day event and took us all to JMU to tour. By her doing this one act, it attracted me to the service and community feeling JMU offers and creates. JMU has a heart and spirit of its own and I’m glad to now…

Newman Civic Fellow Feature – Lina Tori Jan

Welcome to our Newman Civic Fellow Blog in which we feature a different fellow each month!  Lina Tori Jan University of Richmond   Lina serving as Keynote Speaker at Gulf South Summit. The title of the talk was, “More Precious than Freedom”.   What initially drew you to the college/university that you are currently attending? University of Richmond is a prestigious institution, and I am honored to complete my undergraduate studies at this institute.  If it was not for their full-tuition scholarships and their goal to enroll dynamic, diverse and academically accomplished students, I would not have been able to…

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All PostsView from 327 BlogFellow BlogNews ReleasesAll Posts The View from 327 Everyone Doing Something April 23, 2020 There is a fine line between patience and stagnation. When should you do something? When should you do nothing? Should there be a balance of both? As Edmund Bur… read more Fellow Blog Fellows Blog: Engagement Fellow Addison Tucker April 23, 2020 April Fellows Blog Addison Tucker James Madison University What college/university is your alma mater? How did the institution instill or foster your current pa… read more Fellow Blog Fellows Blog: Campus Compact AmeriCorps Livvy Call March 10, 2020 MARCH FELLOWS BLOG LIVVY CALL JAMES MADISON UNIVERSITY What college/university is your alma mater? How did the institution instill or foster your current passio… read more Fellow Blog Newman Civic Fellow Feature – Aaliyah McLean January 16, 2020 January Newman Civic Feature Blog Aaliyah McLean James Madison University What initially drew you to the college/university that you are currently attending? In… read...
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