I'm a Professor of Practice in Tulane's Department of Classical Studies, where I have been teaching for five years. I teach a wide range of courses, from introductory Latin and Greek, to advanced language reading courses, to mythology, Greek civilization, and leadership in antiquity. At Tulane, every undergraduate needs to complete a two-tiered service-learning requirement, involving one service-learning course in the first two years of matriculation, and another course or internship in the junior or senior year. When I was introduced to the Aequora program by Jason Pedicone, I saw an opportunity to develop new service-learning courses as a way to entice more students to continue on with Latin at the advanced level. I enjoy creating syllabi that challenge my students to connect their Latin reading with their personal lives, and with the contemporary world. So far, we've read Cicero's De Officiis, and selections of Horace and Juvenal's Satires. This upcoming spring, we'll read Nepos' Life of Atticus and Tacitus' Agricola as we consider the role of exempla in ancient Roman and modern American education.