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CSER 307-001: HEALTH SCIENCES
CSER 320-001: LIBERTY UNIVERSITY HEALTH - FITNESS PROGRAM
CSER 336-001: BIOLOGY
CSER 355-001: NURSING
CSER 355-002: NURSING - COMMUNITY HELPER
CSER 355-003: NURSING LAB
CSER 371-001: SPORT MANAGEMENT


CSER 307-001: HEALTH SCIENCES
Supervisor: Annette Florence (592-6462 or
Email)
Health Sciences majors or minors will integrate health practices with community service in one of the following areas: Health Promotion Center, Health Sciences Club, Health Missions Projects, or on specialty internship assignments involving professional practice. A wide range of activities will be established to meet requirements in each of these areas.

Students interested in this area of service should first contact a full time faculty member in the Department of Health Services for approval to enroll. Requirements will be outlined at the time of this meeting.

Last updated: 11/5/13

CSER 320-001: LIBERTY UNIVERSITY HEALTH - FITNESS PROGRAM
Supervisor: David Horton (582-2330 or
Email)
The Liberty University Health and Fitness Program is open only to students who have a Health Education or Physical Education major, minor, or endorsement. Students will be involved in the program by working closely with faculty and staff in developing health and fitness individual goals as well as implementing such goals. Students will be participating in health and fitness testing and evaluation (i.e., diet analysis, physical activity analysis, physical fitness analysis, blood lipid analysis, health habit analysis, coronary risk analysis, health risk analysis, etc.), leading exercise modules, providing support and counsel for program participants, assisting in telephone/written follow-up, and participating in other program functions.

Last updated: 2/10/09

CSER 336-001: BIOLOGY
Supervisor: Todd Allen (
592-6959 or Email), Mark Blais (592-4692 or Email), Tim Brophy (582-2733 or Email), Alan Gillen (582-2309 or Email), Mike Goldin (582-2210 or Email), Daniel Howell (582-2257 or Email), Randy Hubbard (592-4664 or Email), Ben Kalu (592-3946 or Email), Michael Korn (592-5456 or Email), Tom McClintock (582-2225 or Email), Davis McGuirt (582-2485 or Email), Kim Mitchell (582-2540 or Email), Doug Oliver (582-2225 or Email), Norm Reichenbach (582-2072 or Email), Nancy Richardson (592-4302 or Email), Gene Sattler (582-2229 or Email), David Sharp (582-2209 or Email), or Hope Smith (582-2209 or Email)
Laboratory Assisting – Assistants will aid in the set-up of biology or chemistry laboratories, help supervise the lab and answer questions in the science lab itself, and/or run review sessions. Limited to biology, nursing and allied health majors.

Last updated: 3/13/14

CSER 355-001: NURSING
Supervisor: Deanna Britt (582-2521 or
Email)
Student Advisory Board - work with the department chair to provide student input for various departmental decisions.  Also serve as a student representative for functions such as open houses, accreditation visits, panel discussions and departmental tours.  By permission of the chair.

Supervisor: Terri Page (582-2499 or  Email )
Student Nurse Association – Serve as member of the student association completing community projects, presenting educational programs and representing the nursing program in outreach activities.

Supervisor: Mary Lynnn Clarke (582-2519 or Email)
Med/surg Tutoring - The senior level nursing student will be responsible for tutoring junior level nursing students in NURS 301 and/or NURS 302 to include:

  • one on one tutoring
  • group review
  • post-test reviewing
  • helping with the organizational tracking of NURS 301/302 to include
  • attendance keeping, quiz tracking, and micro-sim completion tracking.

Supervisor: Kim Little (582-2858 or Email)
Pediatric Tutoring - The senior level nursing student will be responsible for tutoring junior level nursing students in NURS 353 to include:

  • one on one tutoring
  • group review
  • post-test reviewing

Camp Hideaway - Only available to nursing majors. you can earn up to 40 hours in one week.  Volunteers serve as the camp nurse for the week during the weeks in July that TRBC has camp.

Supervisor: Kathryn Miller (592-4772 or Email)
Pathophysiology Tutoring - open to junior and senior level nursing students.  Tutor freshmen level students as they complete Nurs 115.  Involves weekly meetings with a group of freshmen students.

Last updated: 6/17/14

CSER 355-002: NURSING - COMMUNITY HELPER
Supervisor: Terri Page (582-2499 or Email) or Kim Little (582-2858 or Email)
Work with selected elderly or disabled individuals in the community who need companionship or help with basic low level nursing skills, and provide much needed respite for families caring for them. For nursing students in clinical courses only.

Last updated: 1/17/14

CSER 355-003: NURSING LAB
Supervisor:  Mary Dowell (582-2519 or
Email)
Nursing Lab – Assist beginning nursing students in check offs of nursing skills in the nursing lab under the supervision of the Lab Coordinator.

Last updated: 6/24/14

CSER 371-001: SPORT MANAGEMENT
Supervisor: Chris Amos (592-5472 or
Email), Phil Blosser (582-2629 or Email), Andy Coleman (582-2044 or Email), Kevin Heisey (592-5659 or Email), Vicky Martin (592-3725 or Email), or Clark Zealand (582-2887 or Email)
Individuals will integrate sport management principles and experience with community service in on eof the following areas: Department of Sport Management, Liberty University Athletics, Club Sports, Campus Recreation, Student Activities, or a sport or recreation organization in the community.  Interested students in these areas of service should first contact a full-time faculty member in the Department of Sport Management for opportunities and approval to enroll.  Specific requirements will be outlined at the time of this meeting.

Last updated: 4/17/14


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