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Service-Learning Project Archives: Beverly Rowe, MSN, CNE, RN

Beverly Rowe, MSN, CNE, RN

Associate Professor of Nursing

Service-Learning Teaching Details

2020 Excellence in Service-Learning

Outstanding Faculty Award

Service-Learning Sections:          10

Service-Learning Courses:            2

  • Nursing 2
  • Nursing 3

Key Partnerships:

  • FACES Pre-K Program
  • Golden Isles College and Career Academy
  • Southeast Georgia Health System Foundation
  • Brunswick Downtown Development Authority

A recent recipient of the Center for Service-Learning’s Outstanding Faculty Award for service-learning excellence, Professor Beverly Rowe has been involved with service-learning and engaged learning styles for a long time. She began teaching service-learning designated courses in spring 2016. Since then, Professor Rowe has reached almost 450 students through service-learning and each of them have presented posters during the College’s Service-Learning Symposium. Professor Rowe shared her work during a presentation at the Gulf South Summit for Service-Learning and Civic Engagement through Higher Education in 2016. She was a Service-Learning Faculty Fellow in the 2018-19 academic year.

“Beverly Rowe has been participating in service-learning for many years. Her specialty is pediatrics, and she shines during the spring semester each year when we focus on pediatric populations. She demonstrates such enthusiasm and wisdom when working with our students as they learn more about children and teenagers in their everyday activities. She is a well-known figure in our local FACES program for pre-k because she has dedicated much of her time bringing our nursing students to work with their children and teachers. She is a true asset to service-learning for our program and our college.”

- Professor Dawana Gibbs