Paul Roodin

March 10, 2009

Dr. Roodin has held both academic/institutional leadership
and faculty teaching positions, has been active internationally as a
speaker, as well as broadly in this country. She ( He) knows the innards
of service-learning pedagogy, as well as the larger issues of civic
engagement, campus/community partnerships, and engaged scholarship.

Name: Paul Roodin
Title: Director
Department: Experience Based Education
Organization: SUNY College at Oswego
Phone: 3153122151
Fax: 3153125406
Address: 142 Campus Center
SUNY Oswego
Oswego, NY 13126
Brief Biography:
Field of interest: Intergenerational Service-Learning. Coordinator of Regional Dissemination Center for Service Learning in Gerontology (in collaboration with the Corporation for National and Community Service and the Association for Gerontology in Higher Education, and University of Pittsburgh). Ongoing consultant to University of Pittsburgh's Generations Together Program. Recipient of 7 years of additional grant awards to support work in intergenerational service-learning and elder care. Currently consultant to FIPSE grant linking three generations in service-learning (Foundation for Long Term Care, Albany, NY). Academic Interest: Cognitive development in older adults and children. Author of more than 200 research presentations and scholarly papers and publications. Recipient of 2 awards for teaching excellence, including the SUNY Chancellor's Award. Consulting Editor and guest reviewer for many academic journals. Current position: SUNY Oswego, Director of Experience Based Education; Professor of Psychology. The internship and service-learning programs enrolls nearly 1,000 students in academic credit bearing courses. A total of 300 students enrolled for academic credit in Service-Learning in the most recent academic year. Prior Administrative Positions at SUNY Oswego: Director of General Education, Assistant and Associate Dean of Arts and Sciences, and Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs.

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