During summer session, HDFS students had the chance to work with organizations on service learning projects under the guidance of instructor Cory Gilden. Families and Developmental Disabilities (HDFS 270) students designed projects in collaboration with community organizations with the goal of creating lasting impacts for individuals with disabilities. Cory Gilden, a doctoral student with an interest in disabilities, had the opportunity to teach HDFS 270 over the summer and designed her class to include a service learning component. To learn more about the student projects, visit the UDaily article.