UREC,CSLC programs featured by Learning Reconsidered

PULLMAN— Learning Reconsidered, a national higher education publication, has selected three WSU initiatives to be published on its Web site. The initiatives have been selected as examples of innovative programs that support student learning through knowledge acquisition, integration and application.

Learning Reconsidered is a publication for student personnel administrators that focuses on the discussion of the integrated use of higher education resources in the education for the student as a whole.

From a national pool of entries, eight projects or programs were selected to be electronically published. Two WSU University Recreation programs, Star Employee Training Program for Fitness Instructors and Wilderness Leadership in Experiential Education, and a collaborative program between UREC, the Community Service Learning Center and Kim Kidwell, a WSU professor in Communication in Human Relations, will be featured on Learning Reconsidered’s Web site. The site does not have an official launch date yet.

“Contributions to the Web site demonstrate the significance of these programs towards supporting student learning and campus collaboration,” said Joanne Greene, associate director of Programs at WSU University Recreation.

To learn more about any of the programs or to find out more about Learning Reconsidered, contact Greene at (509) 335-UREC, or Mike Petlovany from Outdoor Recreation at (509) 335-1892.

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