The goal of SENCER, to provide more study in STEM subjects, is already widespread on the ISU campus only one year after the program’s beginning. English classes use the SENCER approach in writing and tutoring projects. Economics classes take field trips to local companies and evaluate economic issues faced by those companies. Psychology classes analyze poverty, homelessness, and hunger. While more traditional “scientific” classes in geology explore the Riverscape in Terre Haute to conduct field work. The success and impact of SENCER can already be seen as by spring 2010, students used the SENCER concept to help the local Terre Haute community through such projects as measuring trees, looking for wildlife, and taking soil samples as part of field work for classes in soil genesis and classification, and assisting in conservation and sustainability efforts at the local Wabashiki State Fish and Wildlife Area.