Academics

Community Based Learning

Learn about community based learning in the Sport Management program.

Community Based Learning


Siena Heights University Sport Management students get hands-on experience their first year through community-based learning projects. Students collaborate with the Boys and Girls Club of Lenawee County and the Adrian Parks and Recreation Department to coordinate sport programs including a flag football program, family day event, awards ceremony and fall festival.

These community-based learning partnerships provide students the opportunity to combine theoretical and practical experiences while contributing to local organizations.

Meet Siena

Students

Linda Pancone

Linda Pancone

Graduate College Student; Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Faculty & Staff

Gail A. Ryder

Gail A. Ryder

Associate Professor of Humanities

Alumni

Erika Wolcott Henry '07

Erika Wolcott Henry '07

Biology Graduate; Owner of Elite Chiropractic, Dunwoody, Ga.
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