Research InterestsCommunity/Economic Enrichment Culture Education
CausesFood Insecurity, Hunger Marginalized Populations Poverty & Basic Needs Race & Ethnicity Disaster Relief Sustainability Civic Engagement Economic Development Homeless & Housing Immigrants & Refugees
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
ALEC 165 - Pepsi Service Scholars
Computer Science and Engineering Ambassadors
Nebraska Athletics - Life Skills
Office of Research & Economic Development
Nebraska Alumni Association
Big Red Resilience & Well Being
Services for Students with Disabilities
Center for Civic Engagement
What, So What, Now What
Presented GivePulse training to Dr. Baack's ALEC 102 class.
Traveled with two students over Fall Break to Fremont, Nebraska assisting in a Habitat for Humanity home build. We learned how to frame from Tom and Lenny, two veteran volunteers from the area. Additionally, we met Evelyn and her family who moved into their Habitat home two years ago. We were treated with warm hospitality throughout our day with conversation, food and of course construction techniques. On our way back to Lincoln, we discussed how Habitat for Humanity is a strong ethical, faith-based organization that rarely do you hear any negative news which attempts to meet affordable housing needs in communities. The Center for Civic Engagement will continue to support the Nebraska Disaster Recovery and affordable housing needs in Fremont.
Assisted in setting up blood drive check-in and registration. Trained students as well as troubleshoot.
Trained students on how to check-in and register blood donors on GivePulse