SLU Community Engagement Inventory
Data based on information submitted by members of the SLU community, summer 2015.
The Rodney M. Coe Distinction in Community Service Program
Description: The Rodney M. Coe Distinction in Community Service is a longitudinal, faculty mentored community service program at the Saint Louis University School of Medicine, with a focus on critical reflection, reciprocal student-community benefit, and sustainable outcomes in the communities served. The Distinction requires students to complete a minimum of 180 hours of health-related service over four years, and to partner within the community on a fourth year project in response to unmet community need.
- Department of Family and Community Medicine
Primary SLU Contact: Fred Rottnek, firstname.lastname@example.org
Collaborator(s): Coe Mentors - Fred Rottnek, MD, MAHCM, Kelly Everard, PhD, David Pole, PhD, MPH, Rupal Trivedi, MD, Nicole Wiethop, MA
Categories: Adult Education, Capacity Building, Community Gardens and Urban Farming, Criminal Justice, Education, Employment, Faith, Gender, Health, Homelessness, Human Rights, Hunger and Access to Food, K-12, LGBTQ, Mental Health, Mentoring, Multicultural Efforts, Nutrition, Older Adults, Other, Policy and Advocacy, Race and Ethnicity, Refugee Services, Socioeconomic Status, Tutoring, Veterans, Violence, Women, Youth and Family