Faculty ProfilesDr. Sharyn Lowenstein
Director, Center for Community-Based Learning, Associate Professor, English.
Degrees: BA Elementary Education, University of Massachusetts, Amherst; Sharyn Lowenstein and students enjoy a visit to the Newton Community Farm!M.Ed., Northeastern University; Ed.D., Boston University
Areas of Specialization: Writing, Leadership, Communication, Service-learning, Grant writing, student development, Learning Centers
Dr. Lowenstein has been directing the Center for Community-Based Learning since 2001. In her time as Director of the CCBL she has helped hundreds of students discover their passions through service learning and has kept Lasell on the cutting edge of Service Learning.
Sharyn says her favorite things about working for the Center for Community-Based Learning are the people she works with and the positive impact she can have.
Her most memorable service activities she's done with the CCBL include travelling to Mexico with Lasell College's Shoulder to Shoulder Mexico trip and creating a maintaining a lasting partnership with the Boston Renaissance Charter School.
Sharyn can be found in her office at the Center for Community-Based Learning in the lower level of Potter Hall and can be reached by email at email@example.com
Student Programs Coordinator, Center for Community-Based Learning.Amy Greene
Amy graduated from the University of Rhode Island with a degree in Marine Biology and recieved her Master's from Suffolk University in Public Administration with a focus in Non-Profit Management.
Amy's role as the Student Programs Coordinator at the Center for Community-Based Learning is to support students in their service activities on campus and in the community. She is also in charge of all the long-term student-based service programs which the CCBL runs, such as America Reads, America Counts, Second Step and the Donahue and Community Service Scholars. Amy also facilitates Service-Learning courses on campus and coordinates one-time community service events.
Amy began working at the CCBL in 2008 and says her favorite part of her job is supporting students and working side-by-side with them as they engage in meaningful and fulfilling service. She can be found in her office at the Center for Community-Based Learning in the lower level of Potter Hall and can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
ACES Program Director, AmeriCorps MACC *VISTA
Nyndia graduated from Lasell in 2008 with a degree in Fashion Design and Production. She is currently working with the CCBL as the Massachusetts Campus Compact AmeriCorps*VISTA and is the Program Director for the ACES early college awareness partnership with the Boston Renaissance Charter School. In addition to ACES, Nyndia helps plan the Alternative Spring Break, Service-Learning courses, advising the Fashion & Service Society and assists with CCBL events. She can be contacted at email@example.com