Organic Chemistry II Lecture

CHEM-A301-001 and 002 | Spring 2014
Jai Shanata

Service learning is optional in this course.
Time commitment: 15 hours

Transportation time credit
Taking more than one service learning class?

Learning objective: Students will understand the everyday applications of organic chemistry to real-world problems and issues in fields such as health care, nutrition and food access, and environmental sustainability.  By researching an organic chemistry topic relevant to their service learning placement, students will gain experience in applied research and deepen their appreciation for the value and uses of organic chemistry in creating sustainable, healthy communities. 

Preapproved service learning placements include:

Edible Schoolyard NOLA
Fresh Food Factor
Hainkel Home and Rehabilitation Center
Hope Lodge
Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation
Luke's House Clinic
Passages Hospice
Project Lazarus

What about other agencies?

As an alternative to one of these service learning placements, students may opt to participate in a special project on behalf of Our School at Blair Grocery.

How to get started

  1. Watch the video Getting Started with Your Service Learning Placement and then take the online quiz.
  2. Document all your hours using a service learning timesheet. Submit timesheets to the service learning office twice per semester (midterm and last day of the semester). Check the Loyola Service Learning Calendar for deadlines.
  3. Know that your agency supervisor will submit a performance evaluation on your work at the end of the semester. This evaluation will be given to your professor and incorporated into your class grade. See a sample evaluation>>
  4. Tips for successfully completing your placement