The Norman J. Radow College of Humanities and Social Sciences (RCHSS) developed the 365 Days of Learning & Service initiative to bring students, faculty, and staff together to reflect on a contemporary relevant issue facing our community. The program enables the college to go beyond research and study and put into practice what we learn throughout the year through service opportunities.
Led by a steering committee of faculty and staff, the program presents a series of events and opportunities for engagement at multiple levels. Components of the program vary from year to year and may include elements such as a speaker series, service-learning classes and other opportunities for service, support for faculty to develop teaching modules, student creative design competitions, film showcases, and book discussion groups. Through the 365 Days of Learning & Service events and activities, KSU and RCHSS will develop and strengthen relationships with institutional partners in our community, and create opportunities for students, faculty, and staff to develop into leaders who drive positive change well beyond the year of study.