I love many things: my family, my faith, my work, my students, my college, and I live to serve them. The only limitations are the amount of time in the day and the priority of the things to which I serve. When I get a text message from my wife saying that she needs me to come home in the middle of the day, I do. When I see an email on facdisc asking for volunteers to help on the Conduct Hearing Board, I do. When I get an email from a student who wants help setting up a 3D printing club, I do. My job is not merely teaching students how to code. It includes serving my students, my department, my colleagues, and my college.
You can view a timeline of the service that I've performed while at Bridgewater College by using the service visualization tool I created. The tool displays the dates and descriptions for many of the tasks, events, clubs, and committees in which I have participated. You can access the tool by clicking on the image above or by clicking the Service Visualization Tool link in the Table of Contents.
Here are some tips for using the tool.
The visualization tool shows you all of the activities that you'd traditionally call "service." Some of the other things that I spend my time on and that I consider service include the following:
* I'm just kidding