Through service-learning experiences, students gain first-hand experience of the wide variety of influences on well-being. After completing the service-learning requirement, students reflect on their experiences in the minor’s Capstone course, and further explore what it means to represent and be represented and how to bear witness and advocate for those most marginalized in societies. In so doing, they use photos, audio, and various multi-media to create digital stories that capture aspects of their service-learning experiences.
For an example of these digital stories, you can watch the 2020 presentation, "Let Us Listen," featuring the following students' projects:
- “Are we forgetting to listen to people unlike us?” – Christine Lee
- “What does justice look like?” – Amy Mu
- “What is enfranchisement?” – Victoria Saeki-Serena
- “How can Asian Americans stand in solidarity with other minorities?” – Ashley Tsang