Today I am at the 23rd International Conference on College Teaching and Learning. I will be receiving an award over lunch for Innovative Excellence in Teaching, Learning, and Technology. After lunch, I will be giving a presentation on a unique model of collaborative service learning I have been developing for the past couple of years. The model involved my graduate students partnering with students at a high school in a low-income community. The benefits: empowered graduate and high school students, recommendations for strengthening community based on sound data collection and analysis, and students with greater skills in research and community action. Download the presentation here, or click the link below.