2019 Service-Learning Symposium

April 22, 2019
3:00 – 5:00 pm
Southeast Georgia Conference Center

Keynote Speaker: Dr. William Lamb, Lee University, Leonard Center

See information below to learn more about Dr. Lamb

Application and Poster Deadline: April 15, 2019

Application: Service-Learning Symposium

Creating a Professional Poster Presentation

Poster files are to be submitted electronically to ServiceLearning@ccga.edu in the following format:

  • PowerPoint File (PDF Files will not be accepted)
  • Saved as 36" width x 24" height
    • Instructions: Click the "Design" tab > "Slide Size" > "Custom Slide Size..." > Enter "36 in" for width and "24 in" for height > click the "OK" button
  • Must Contain:
    • Title (44 point font or larger)
    • Student Names (40-36 point font)
    • "Faculty Sponsor: First Name, Last Name, Degree Level" (E.g., Faculty Sponsor: Jane Smith, PhD)
    • Full Course Name (E.g., English Composition II)
    • Full Community Partner Name
    • Semester and Year (E.g., Spring 2019)
    • College or Service-Learning Logo

Dr. William Lamb, Lee University, Leonard Center

Dr. William Lamb is in his sixteenth year as a member of the administrative staff at Lee University (Cleveland, Tennessee) where he leads a diverse and global “service-learning” program for college students. In addition, he is an assistant professor of leadership development and teaches courses on Christian Benevolence and Global Missions in the School of Religion, teaches online courses in the areas of values-based and missional leadership, is a Gateway instructor for freshman classes, and is a lecturer in Lee's Summer Honors program. He also leads international cross-cultural trips for students each year and taught at the seminary in Guatemala.

Dr. Lamb is a veteran of the United States Marine Corps and volunteers as an emergency services chaplain. He holds a BA in religious studies, an MA in Youth and Family Ministry, and a PhD in Organizational Leadership. He is the co-author of Answers to Questions Youth Workers, Parents, and Pastors Ask and is frequently published in the areas of service, teamwork, and leadership. Dr. Lamb is a sought-after speaker for corporations, educational institutions, non-profits, and churches. He is a past member of the Tennessee Governor’s Commission on Volunteerism and Service. Dr. Lamb runs marathons to support missions and is on several boards and committees domestically and internationally. William and his wife Angela along with their three sons and daughter-in-law’s, Tyler and Megan, Nick and Katelyn, and Ben and Lexie, reside in Cleveland, TN. He is the proud grandfather of EverLee Grace Lamb.

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