A Community-Based Learning Course is a regular classroom course with additional hours creating and implementing service-projects or conducting research in partnership with a local community organization. 

At Stonehill, we have several CBL courses for students to choose from, spanning many different academic departments and subject matters. We also have Learning Community CBL courses and Capstone CBL courses.

Past CBL courses are:

Department

Course Number

Course Title

Professor

Partner(s)

Biology

BIO 323

Evolution

Bronwyn Bleakley

 

Business Administration

BUS 341

Marketing Research

Eddie Rhee

Burrito Wraps

Communications

COM 417

Communication Theory (capstone course)

Monique Myers

ETC, Mainspring, Old Colony YMCA

COM 103

Public Speaking

Lisa Boragine

 

COM 313

Gender & Communication

Anne Mattina

 

COM 419

Mediated Comm. Theory
(capstone course)

Angela Paradise

Davis Commons

COM 325

Leadership and Communication

Monique Myers

 

Criminology

CRM 224

Juvenile Delinquency

Ed Jacoubs

 

CRM 432

Seminar: At-risk Families & Youth

Ed Jacoubs

 

Education

EDU 320

Teaching Math, Science & Technology

Eunmi Yang

Cape Verdean Association

Environmental Studies

ENV 200

Principles of Environmental Science

Bridget Meigs

The Farm

Gender & Sexuality Studies

GND 101

Honors: Introduction to Gender & Sexuality

Stacey Grooters

New Day, Moore Center

Journalism

JRN 421

Journalism Practicum

Maureen Boyle

 

Learning Communities

(with CBL seminars; *denotes CBL course)

LC 230

SOC 212/CSC 101 Through the Looking Glass

Dana David-Walsh; Heather Perry

Louison Center

LC 240

BUS 333/PSY 204 Building Leaders

Jim Lee; Kate Sullivan

Coaching for Change

Brockton Youth Council

West Middle / JA

BPS gardens

LC 240

BUS 333/PSY 204 Building Leaders

Jim Lee; Kate Sullivan

LC 282

BIO 200/PSY 415 Neuroscience: Mind, Body, Community

John McCoy; David Dawson

HOPe House

LC 285

SOC 101*/VPT 216

Society on Stage

Corey Dolgon; Meagan Dussault

[Theatre production]

LC 311

ENV 200*/SOC 220*

Food Politics

Chris Wetzel; Bridget Meigs

 

Psychology

PSY 201

Developmental Psychology I

Susan Zandrow

Children’s Museum in Easton

Sociology

SOC 101

Introduction to Sociology

Corey Dolgon

 

SOC 101

Introduction to Sociology

Jungyun Gill

[Social Activism Video Project]

SOC 110

First-year Seminar: Lovin’ It? A Sociology of McDonald’s and Everyday Life

Corey Dolgon

Jana Linhart (Community Gardens) & Charity Guild

SOC 210

Survey of Research Methods for Sociology

Jungyun Gill

Community Connections of Brockton

SOC 220

Political Sociology

Christopher Wetzel

 

SOC 227

Human Services

Kathleen Cowie

 

SOC 415

Seminar: American Inequality

Margaret Boyd

 

Studio Arts

VPS 310

Mentoring Through Art

Candace Walters

Brockton Public Schools (Plouffe)

 

VPS 310

Mentoring Through Art

Adam Lampton

Brockton Public Schools (Plouffe)