Current Courses with a SIP Component
2018 Fall Term
- COSC 29.04/PSYCH 15: Impact Design
Hartford Autism Regional Program (HARP): "Creating an experience of delight for students of HARP"
- EDUC 15: History and Theory of Human Development and Learning
Crossroads Academy: "Exploring the research-practice continuum: creating a professional resource detailing developmentally appropriate experiences for K-8 students that capitalize on the intellectual resources at Dartmouth."
- ENGL 52.17: Victorian Children's Literature: Fairytale and Fantasy
Norwich Public Library: "Designing an interactive display at the Norwich Public Library to re-envision classic fairytales for the current generation of young leaders."
- GEOG 4.01: Global Poverty and Care
Senior Solutions: "Analyzing the valuation/devaluation of elder care through both weekly immersion in direct service and co-creating an ethical care analysis."
- GEOG 57: Urban Applications of GIS
Norris Cotton Cancer Center: "Mapping the spread of hrHPV in Honduras."
- PBPL 5: Introduction to Public Policy
CHaD: "Grant Writing: Finding new financial sponsors for the CHaD Hero."
Connecticut River Conservancy: "Grant Writing: Developing arguments for energy policy around battery storage in relation to hydroelectric plants."
"Grant Writing: Advocacy campaign around extended producer responsibilty in NH."
"Grant Writing: Supporting additional water quality testing and aquatic invasive species inventories in the Connecticut River."
Crossroads Academy: "Grant Writing: Supporting the building of a new middle school."
Hartford Autism Regional Program (HARP): "Grant Writing: Acess to digital technologies supporting the learning of students on the Autism spectrum."
Montshire Museum: "Grant Writing: Cultivating new support for the Montshire STEM alliance."
Senior Solutions: "Grant Writing: Support for Senior Solutions' Friendly Visitor program."
Twin Pines Housing Trust: "Grant Writing: Building playgrounds for children at several Twin Pines housing project sites."
Upper Valley Adaptation Workgroup (UVAW): "Grant Writing: Initiatives related to Lyme Disease prevention and education on its link to climate change."
Upper Valley Trails Alliance: "Grant Writing: Financing trail building and maintenance efforts."
Vital Communities: "Grant Writing: Pitching place-based education to expand the reach of Valley Quest throughout the Upper Valley."
- PSYC 45: Behavioral Neuroscience
- SART 17.08: Digital Drawing
Good Beginnings-Upper Valley: "Designing an updated logo for Good Beginnings of the Upper Valley."
Hartford Autism Regional Program (HARP): Designing a mission-aligned logo for HARP."
- SOCY 10: Quantitative Analysis of Social Data
Willing Hands: "Analyzing food survey data to better understand the service population and impact of Willing Hands."
- SOCY 11: Research Methods
LISTEN: "Measuring the connection between shame/pride and poverty; recommendations on reducing the stigma associated with using local services."
Twin Pines Housing Trust: "Designing a longitudinal survery to assess the connection between healthcare costs (financial and otherwise) and housing/being housed."
Upper Valley Trails Alliance: "Designing a methodology to assess the student learning impact of engaging with the Upper Valey Trails Alliance."
Dartmouth College Student Wellness Center: "Creating a campus culture supportive of talking openly about mental health."
(Tentative) 2019 Winter Term
- EDUC 56: STEM and Education
- ENGS 171: Industrial Ecology
- ENVS 7: Ecopsychology
- FILM 47.01: Found Footage
- PSYCH 54.05: Consumer Neuroscience
- PSYCH 54.06: Living with Dementia
- SOCY 10: Intro to Statistics
- SPEE 20: Public Speaking
(Tentative) 2019 Spring Term
- ANTH: Artivisim in the Americas
- ANTH 65: Conservation and Development
- EDUC 51: Educational Testing
- ENVS 7.04: COVER Stores
- ENVS 61: Governing the Environment
- ENVS 80.08: The Practice of Science Policy and Diplomacy
- FRIT/ITAL: Environmental Italy: Narratives, Landscapes, Ecologies
- LATS 37: Migrant Lives and Labor in the Upper Valley
- PBPL 51: Leadership in Civil Society
- PSYCH 81.09 Storytelling with Data
- RELI /AAAS: Revolutionary Imagination: Religion, Modernity, and Otherwise
- SART 66/68 Architecture II/III
- SPEE 20 Public Speaking
For more information or to suggest a course that you think could benefit from a Social Impact Practicum, please contact Ashley Doolittle.
The list below highlights some of the community organizations that have partnered with the Dartmouth Center for Social Impact on this initiative:
- Aging Resource Center (DHMC)
- ALL Together (DHMC)
- Aloha Foundation
- Child and Family Services
- Connecticut River Conservancy
- Crossroads Academy
- David’s House
- Dismas House of Vermont
- Four Winds Nature Institute
- Good Beginnings of the Upper Valley (GBUV)
- Good Neighbor Health Clinic
- Grass Roots Soccer
- Habitat for Humanity
- Hartford Autism Regional Program (HARP)
- Hartford Police Department
- Hartford School District
- Inspiring Kids
- Kendal at Hanover
- Lebanon School District
- Marsh-Billings Rockefeller National Historic Park
- National Center on Special Education in Charter Schools
- National Park Service
- Norris Cotton Cancer Center
- Potter’s House
- Public Health Council of the Upper Valley (PHC)
- Second Wind Foundation
- Senior Solutions
- The Family Place
- TLC Family Resource Center
- Upper Valley Adaptation Workgroup (UVAW)
- Upper Valley Educator’s Institute (UVEI)
- Upper Valley Land Trust (UVLT)
- Upper Valley Trails Alliance (UVTA)
- Valley Court Diversion Programs (VCDP)
- Vermont Institute of Natural Sciences (VINS)
- Vital Communities
- White River Partnership
- Willing Hands
- Women’s Health Resource Center (DHMC)
outlines the faculty, courses, and community partners who were involved in the Social Impact Practicum initiative last year.