GU – Appleton Campus Bustling with Applied Learning Projects

Students in the Global Citizenship class working on blankets for the Linus Project.

The  Globe University – Appleton campus was busy with applied learning projects this past quarter, ranging from making blankets to student massages during Women’s Wellness Day.

Students in Amanda Loewen’s Global Citizenship class worked together to make fleece blankets for Project Linus, which is an organization that distributes blankets to children in hospitals, shelters, social service agencies, or anywhere that a child might be in need. The blankets ranged from baby blankets to those appropriate for older children.

Project Linus, which has been in existence since 1995, operates in all 50 states. Thousands of blankets are donated each year. The class also put together coloring and activity kits, which will be provided with each blanket. Students were also provided with an opportunity to learn more about the organization and its history, as well as the needs that exist.

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