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The Purdue Journal of Service-Learning (PJSL), a multi-disciplinary Open Access journal, is published annually and is available in print and online. This journal is dedicated to students who conduct projects with strong service-learning and academic civic engagement aspects. By involving students in a scholarly writing activity and showcasing the opportunities available at Purdue, the journal promotes the use and effectiveness of the pedagogy of service-learning as a high-impact learning methodology.

Current Issue: Volume 4, Issue 1 (2017)

Editorial

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Editorial
Patricia L. Darbishire

Reflective Essays

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Safety and Organization: An EPICS Partnership With Habitat for Humanity
Trevor Drouillard, Logan Quaas, Colleen Kelch, Jeremiah Campbell, Anna Francis, Connor Moore, Jiayin Qi, and Alyssa Trobl

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Water Supply in Developing Countries: Student Experiences in the Dominican Republic
Albert Alwang, Margaret Busse, Audrey Caprio, Marieke Fenton, Jason Hawes, Andrew Kanach, and Autumn McElfresh-Sutton

Community Partner Snapshots

Profile Interviews

Research with Reflection

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Expanding the Horizon: Global Health Management for Pharmacy Students
Alice C. Chang, Monica L. Miller, and Ellen M. Schellhase

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A Course on Patient Safety: Pharmacy Student and Community Partner Perceptions
Maryam Noureldin, Chelsea M. Anderson, and Patricia L. Darbishire

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Student Pharmacists and Street Children: A Mutually Beneficial Relationship
Mario A. Hoyos, Monica L. Miller, Ellen M. Schellhase, C. Ryan Tomlin, Sonak Pastakia, Samuel Kimani, and Tim Mercer

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Food Insecurity: Rudimentary Education for Local Youth (FIREFLY)
Nam-Anh Nguyen, Quynh P. Nguyen, and Jane E. Krause

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