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RSL Pathway connects policy and politics again this spring
Students in both sections of Political Analysis for Public Policy (PUBPOL 301) this semester have the option of applying for Research Service-Learning Pathway projects. The RSL Pathway places students with local organizations to provide service and to conduct research projects for community partners.
This spring, the RSL Pathway program will center again on policy and politics. RSL students in Professor Ken Rogerson’s PUBPOL 301 course will explore policies that address poverty in the Durham area by working with the Durham Literacy Center, the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina and Meals on Wheels of Durham.
Professor Deondra Rose’s RSL students will work with Democracy North Carolina, the John Locke Foundation and the People’s Alliance in a semester-long project about political advocacy.
Applications for Professor Rogerson’s class are due Wednesday, January 20.
Applications for Professor Rose’s class are due Thursday, January 21.
Please visit our program page to learn more about the RSL Pathway Program. Click here to read a news story about a group of RSL Pathway students last fall making a presentation about liability insurance for firearms at Shepherd’s House United Methodist Church.