HUMAN AND FAMILY DEVELOPMENT MINOR SERVICE LEARNING

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1 HUMAN AND FAMILY DEVELOPMENT MINOR SERVICE LEARNING Below is a list of potential placement sites for students enrolled in the Human and Family Development Minor Service Learning experience, Cooperative Education Experience (HFD 498). This is considered a service learning experience in which you set and achieve learning goals in addition to providing service. In addition to sites listed, students may propose other sites for approval to the service learning faculty supervisor. For example, there are many retirement homes and centers, as well as day care and preschool sites which are not listed but which may be considered appropriate. Contact your Human and Family Development Minor Committee Advisor for more information. While the Human and Family Development Minor requires only 2 credits of service learning work (roughly equivalent to 90 hours of work over a 15-week semester), note that many sites, indicated by an asterisk (*), require longer commitments, up to two semesters. The procedure for enrolling in HFD 498 is as follows: (1) Identify a position that you are interested in. (2) Contact an HFD Committee faculty member who you would like to have serve as an academic supervisor. (3) Contact the agency that offers the position and determine whether you may volunteer there. (4) Go to Internship Services (Lommasson Center 154), get a Learning Agreement form, complete it and get the signatures of your academic supervisor and your agency supervisor, and return the form to the Internship Services. You will also need to have your academic supervisor sign a course over-ride slip (obtained at the Registrar s office, and returned there) in order to officially register. Details of supervision are to be worked out between the faculty supervisor and the student, although it is assumed that there will be an on-site supervisor and that the student will meet periodically with the faculty supervisor to report progress and to discuss relevant issues. Students will be responsible for: 1) participating in a 1-hour weekly seminar in which your service learning goals are developed, you participate in discussions and classroom exercises with other service learning students, and you attend workshops and talks relevant to your service learning activity. 2) keeping a weekly log of their hours (signed by the site supervisor); 3) writing a weekly reflection journal of relevant learning during the service learning placement; and 4) writing a comprehensive 10-page literature review on a topic that will be determined with the faculty advisor assigned to the service learning placement, using APA Style. ADULT BASIC SKILLS PROGRAM, Dickinson School, 310 North Curtis, Missoula, MT. Contact: Grace Hutchings, , Ext Work with adults with developmental disabilities in individually designed programs in applied academic, vocational, recreational and community integration. ADULT PROTECTIVE SERVICES: DIVISION OF AGING SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, 610 Woody, Missoula, MT. Contact: Work with services for individuals who are at risk of, or are, being abused, neglected or exploited (e.g., aged, individuals with disabilities, developmentally delayed). *NOTE Check on what services are provided by Adult Protective Services. BIG BROTHERS & SISTERS. Contact: S. Russell; Missoula, MT Role model/guidance. Requires screening and one-year commitment. 13

2 BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB. Contact: Janis Fontaine, , 1515 Fairview Ave. Suite 243, Missoula, MT Child and adolescent guidance/club activities. CAMP MAK-A-DREAM. Contact: Shirley Hummer PO Box 1450; Missoula, MT Staff for oncology camp for children and young adults. PARENTING PLACE (CHILD & FAMILY RESOURCE COUNCIL), 1644 S. 8 th West, Missoula, MT. Contact: Teresa Nygaard, , Work in volunteer parent aid program. Train volunteers and case manage at-risk families. CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES: DIVISION OF AGING SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, Contact: Nikki Grossberg, , 2677 Palmer, Ste. 300, Missoula, MT. Services offered to children and caregivers. CO-TEACH PRESCHOOL, McGill Hall, Room 015, UM, Missoula, MT. Contact Mary Finnegan, Manager and Supervising Teacher, An inclusive early childhood program serving children ages 3-5 with diverse abilities. (*)COURT APPOINTED SPECIAL ADVOCATES (CASA). Contact: , Advocate for the best interest in the court system of children who are abused and neglected. Good time management skills are essential. (Must commit to one year B make contact in the Fall.) EAGLE MOUNT (locations in Bozeman, Great Falls, and Billings). Follow application procedures outlined at: Provides therapeutic recreation for children and adults with physical and/or mental disabilities and for young people ages who have cancer. EARLY HEADSTART, Contact: Sue Holmstrom, Western Montana Child Development Center (CDC), T-214 Fort Missoula, Missoula, MT, Assist with infant/toddler developmental activities during parent/child interaction groups or in the therapeutic nursery. "FAMILY BASICS", WOMEN'S OPPORTUNITY RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT, 127 N. Higgins, Second Floor, Missoula, MT. Contact, , Ext. 20. Work with school or community-based family resource centers and the family advocates who staff them. THE FLAGSHIP PROGRAM. Contact: Colleen Kaine , UM Office for Civic Engagement. This program provides students in 9 MCPS with after school programming including mentoring, art club, and kick-boxing among many other things. You can choose to work with an existing program or start your own based on your talents or interests that you would like to share with youth. FOSTER CARE PROGRAM, 610 Woody, Missoula, MT. Contact Fred Jenneskens, in Kalispell, (406) Provide training and consultation to foster care families. "FUTURES", WOMEN'S OPPORTUNITY RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT, 127 North Higgins, Second Floor, Missoula, MT. Contact, , Ext. 20. Work with support groups for teenage parents, home visits, and possible assistance in grant writing. 14

3 HEADSTART, CHILDSTART, 1001 Worden, Missoula, MT. Contact??? Chris Skelton, Family Services Department, Work with parents, assist in classrooms. INNERROADS, 127 N. Higgins Ave., Missoula, MT. Contact Michael Hudson, Executive Director, A wilderness therapy program. Work mentoring youth, fundraising, assisting in individual and group therapy, helping with program development, and logistics. LEARNING AND BELONGING (LAB) PRESCHOOL, 135 Phyllis J. Washington College of Education and Human Sciences, UM. Contact: Kristin Dahl Horejsi, Focus on your interest area in early childhood including child growth and development, developing parent-school partnerships, early childhood curriculum and assessment, positive child guidance, or policies and practices that support inclusion. Additionally, the LAB serves as a pre-service teaching experience for early childhood and primary grades. (*) MISSOULA YOUTH COURT, 311 Woody, Missoula, MT. Contact, Program Coordinator, Work as a counseling trainee by working through MYC Intensive Counseling Program with youthful offenders. Students should make contact in the Spring to inquire about service learning placement for the following academic year there are a limited number of placements. Students must be willing to commit to two semesters. MISSOULA AGING SERVICES/SENIOR HELPLINE AND RESOURCE CENTER, 227 West Front, Missoula, MT. Contact, Work with programs that serve the elderly, for example, Meals on Wheels, transportation, volunteerism; part of a care management structure, answer calls, access referral and resource lists, provide referrals for clients, and perform data reporting. MISSOULA CITY-COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT. Contact:???Carol Regel ext West Alder. Working with mothers and families of children up to age 5. MISSOULA COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS (Kindergarten & Special Services Classroom), 215 S. 6th West, Missoula, MT. Contact Barb Nelson, , ext Work with a special education student in a school environment or work with the teacher in the kindergarten classroom. MISSOULA DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES CORPORATION, 1005 Marshall, Missoula, MT. Contact Barbara Kennedy, Work in either residential (group homes) or day services (pre-vocational production or physical therapy) with adults with developmental disabilities. MISSOULA YOUTH COURT. Contact: Woody; Missoula, MT Counseling trainee, work through MYC Intensive Counseling Program with youthful offenders. MISSOULA YOUTH HOMES, THE ATTENTION HOME. Contact: Craig Krueger N. California; Missoula, MT youthhomes.com Working with troubled youth (ages 10-18) living in a short term home. (Accept limited volunteers, with a lengthy commitment; background check required) MONTANA UNIVERSITY AFFILIATED RURAL INSTITUTE ON DISABILITIES, Student Health Service, The University of Montana, Missoula, MT. Contact Timm Vogelsberg, Work in a variety of research or direct service programs with persons with disabilities. NUTRITION SERVICES, Missoula County Health Department, 301 West Alder, Missoula, MT. Students needed to assist in community assessment of public health behaviors, resources and intervention impact in obesity prevention (nutrition and physical activity; breastfeeding promotion, barrier reduction and resource development; outreach efforts for underutilized public health nutrition program services including WIC, Farmers Market Nutrition; Diabetes Prevention Services; participate in community based coalitions with specific focus such as the Dental Disease Prevention Task Force, Eat Smart Nutrition Coalition, Missoula Breastfeeding Coalition, Missoula Breast Milk Bank; School Wellness Councils, assist with the annual Coordinated Approach to Child Health Children's Health (CATCH) 15

4 Health Fair and BMI Screening in Public Schools. Contact Mary Pittaway at or or Rebecca Morley at or (*) OFFICE ON CIVIC ENGAGEMENT (UM). The UM OCE volunteer jobs website is part of the career services website for students, available at: There are a variety of volunteer jobs and/or internship postings that could be turned in to service learning internships. Additionally, each semester, usually during the 3rd week of classes, OCE hosts a Volunteer Fair in the UC, involving about 25 different nonprofit organizations that participate in the fair to recruit student volunteers and service learners. (*) OPPORTUNITY RESOURCES, 2821 Russell, Missoula, MT. Contact Pete Hathaway, Full spectrum of services for adults with disabilities. (Would prefer to have student minimum of 4 hours a week.) THE UNIVERSITY OF MONTANA RITECARE SPEECH, LANGUAGE, AND HEARING CLINIC Lower Level, Curry Health Center, 634 Eddy Avenue, UM, Missoula, MT. Call , SUMMIT INDEPENDENT LIVING CENTER, 1900 Brooks, Suite #120, Missoula, MT. Contact Mike Mayer, Work with persons with disabilities, including direct consumer services (skill training, individual advocacy, peer support, information and referral) or perform community advocacy and system change activities. TOTLINE, FAMILIES FIRST. Contact: East Main, Missoula, MT Volunteers give telephone advice to parents and professionals working with preschoolers. Weekly team meetings. (One year commitment, training begins January/February, training is held Monday p.m.) TURNING POINT ADDICTION SERVICES/DRUG COURT-ADOLESCENT MENTORING. Contact: Michael Phyfield, & Wyoming Street; Missoula, MT Assist the transition of teens completing substance abuse programs by providing a safe positive mentor to model choices and behaviors. VILLAGE HEALTH CARE CENTER, 2651 South Avenue West, Missoula, MT. Contact wood or Provide social services to patients and families, primarily the elderly. WATSON CHILDREN'S SHELTER. Contact: Deboruah Madonna Buckhouse Lane, Missoula MT Emergency shelter for children aged infant-14 years that have been removed from their families due to neglect, abuse, or abandonment. (*) WESTERN MONTANA COMPREHENSIVE DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER (CDC), T-214 Fort Missoula, Missoula, MT. Contact Val Percy, Provide respite care to children with disabilities and their families. WOMEN, INFANTS, AND CHILDREN (WIC), Missoula County Health Department. Contact: Mary Pittaway West Alder; Missoula, Mt Work as a Nutrition Aide. Assist in programs to maintain and improve the nutrition of local women, infants, and children. (*) YWCA "PATHWAYS" PROGRAM, 1130 West Broadway, Missoula, MT. Contact Jill Baker, Co- Coordinator, (YWCA). Crisis intervention for women experiencing domestic and sexual violence. 16

5 Additional Un-annotated Placements: AWARE: Ernest House 1709 Ernest Street Missoula AWARE: First Street House 235 N. 1st Street. W. Missoula AWARE: Franklin House 110 W. Franklin Street Missoula AWARE: Gilbert House 2811 Gilbert Avenue Missoula AWARE: Stephens House 600 Stephens Avenue Missoula AWARE Inc. 235 N 1st, Ste B Missoula Big Brothers/Sisters 1520 S. Russell Street Missoula Big Sky High School 3100 South Avenue W. Missoula Blue Mountain Clinic 610 N. California Missoula Boys and Girls Club of Missoula 617 S. Higgins Missoula Case Management Connections, Inc. 800 Kensington #208-B Missoula Chief Charlo Indian Education Program 5600 Longview Missoula Child Care Resources P.O. Box 7038 Missoula Child Development Center (CDC) T-214 Ft. Missoula Road Missoula Child Start/Head Start 1001 Worden Missoula Children's Day Treatment/Mental Health Center Bldg. T-9 Ft. Missoula Missoula Cold Springs Elementary School 2625 Briggs Missoula Community Cares Inc. 330 E. Main Street Missoula Community Medical Center Bridges 607 SW Higgins Missoula Community Medical Center Foundation 2827 Fort Missoula Rd. Missoula Community Medical Center Social Services 2827 Fort Missoula Rd. Missoula CMC-Home & Community Based Services 607 SW Higgins Missoula Crime Victim Advocate Office 200 W. Broadway Missoula C.S. Porter Elementary School 2510 Central Ave. Missoula Dan Fox Homes 515 Reserve Street Missoula DPHHS-Adult Protective Services 2677 Palmer, Suite 240 Missoula DPHHS-Child Protective Services 2677 Palmer St. #300 Missoula DPHHS-Senior & Long Term Care Division 2677 Palmer St., Ste 240 Missoula Evergreen Health & Rehab Center 3018 Rattlesnake Dr. Missoula Families First Seasons Programs 815 E Front, Ste 3 Missoula First Step 400 W Front Missoula Flagship Hawthorne School 2835 S. 3rd. W. Missoula Flagship Meadow Hill 4210 Reserve St. Missoula Flagship Sentinel High School 901 South Avenue W. Missoula Flagship Willard Alternative School 901 S. 6th Street Missoula Food Bank 219 S 3rd St W Missoula Franklin Elementary School 1901 S. 10th St. W. Missoula Friends to Youth 1515 E. Broadway Missoula G.U.T.S! (Women's Voices for the Earth) P.O. Box 8743 Missoula Hawthorne School (Mike Perry) 2835 S. 3rd. W. Missoula Head Start 1001 Worden Missoula Hellgate Elementary 2385 Flynn Avenue Missoula Hillside Manor Nursing Home rd Avenue Missoula Holy Episcopal Church 130 S. 6th E. Missoula Home Instead Senior Care 410 Expressway, Ste D Missoula Hospice of Missoula 800 W. Kensington #209 Missoula Human Resource Council 1801 S. Higgins Missoula InnerRoads 127 N. Higgins Missoula Jeannette Rankin Peace Center 519 South Higgins Missoula Joseph Residence Box 7644 Missoula Living Art 5950 Wildcat Road Missoula Lutheran Social Services 725 W. Alder Missoula Missoula Aging Services 337 Stephens Avenue Missoula Missoula AIDS Council 127 N. Higgins Missoula Missoula City County Health Dept. - Access Links 301 W. Alder Missoula Missoula City-County Health Depart-Health Promotion 301 W. Alder Missoula Missoula City-County Health Department - W.I.C. 301 W. Alder Missoula Missoula City-County Neighborhood Nursing 301 W. Alder Missoula Missoula County Mental Health Court 1315 Wyominig St Missoula Missoula County Public Defender's Office 317 Woody Missoula

6 Missoula Demonstration Project-End of Life Institute 320 E. Main Missoula Missoula Developmental Disabilities 1610 S. 3rd W., Ste 202 Missoula Missoula Early Head Start th Street Missoula Missoula Housing Authority th Street Missoula Missoula Indian Center Ft Missoula Rd, Bldg 33 Missoula Missoula Job Service 539 S. 3rd W. Missoula Missoula Manor 909 W. Central Ave. Missoula Missoula Pre-Release Center 2350 Mullan Road Missoula Missoula-Ravalli Transportation Management Assoc. 127 W. Spruce Missoula Missoula Senior Center 705 S. Higgins Missoula Missoula Youth Court Intensive Counseling Program 311 Woody Street Missoula Missoula Youth Drug Court th Ave N, Ste 309 Missoula Missoula Youth Homes (MYH) P.O. Box 7616 Missoula MYH: Attention Home 550 N. California Missoula MYH: Francetich Youth Home 3233 Third Street W. Missoula MYH: Radtke Treatment Home 3218 Helena Dr. Missoula MYH: Talbot Center for Youth nd Street Missoula MYH: Talbot Home for Girls 815 Tower Missoula MYH: Tom Roy Guidance Home 2824 W. Central Missoula Montana Asian-American Center 2000 S. Russell St, Ste 6 Missoula Montana Brain Injury Association rd St W, Ste 4 Missoula Montana Council for Families 127 E. Main, Suite 209 Missoula Montana Fair Housing 904-A Kensington Ave. Missoula Montana Food Bank Network 5625 Expressway Missoula Montana Human Rights Network 1729 North Avenue W. Missoula Montana Legal Services Association 304 N. Higgins Missoula Montana Mediators P.O. Box 159 Missoula Montana Outreach Teen Challenge 1830 South Avenue Missoula Montana People's Action 208 E. Main Missoula Montana Peoples Action/Indian People's Action 208 E. Main Missoula Mountain Home 2606 South Avenue W. Missoula Mountain Peaks 259 West Front Missoula NCBI 1130 W Broadway Missoula Nightingale Nursing 1903 S. Russell Street Missoula N. Missoula Community Development Corporation 819 Stoddard Missoula Office of Public Assistance 2677 Palmer Suite 100 Missoula Opportunity Resources 2821 S. Russell Missoula Parenting Place/Child & Family Resource Council P.O. Box 3805 Missoula Parish Nursing 1400 Gerald Avenue Missoula Partners in Home Care 2687 Palmer St, Ste B Missoula Partners in Home Care Elderly Case Mgmt Palmer St, Ste B Missoula Partners in Home Care Home Health 2687 Palmer St, Ste B Missoula Partners Hospice 2687 Palmer St, Ste B Missoula Partnership for Children 515 Reserve Street Missoula Partnership for Children Gallagher Children's Home 2823 S. 3rd W. Missoula Partnership Health Center 323 W. Alder Missoula Pattee Creek Counseling 520 North Pattee St Missoula Planned Parenthood 219 E. Main Missoula Poverello Center 535 Ryman Missoula Willard Alternative High School 901 S. 6th Street Missoula Refugee Assistance Corporation 715 Kensington, Suite 15 Missoula River Ridge Apartments 2840 Santa Fe Court Missoula Riverside Health Care Center 1301 E. Broadway Missoula Rocky Mountain Partnership for Children 515 S. Reserve Missoula Sentinel High School 901 South Avenue W. Missoula Sentinel High School Day Treatment 901 South Avenue W. Missoula Sentinel High School Young Family Program 901 South Avenue W. Missoula Shirley Miller Attention Home P.O. Box 7616 Missoula St. Patrick Hospital--Addiction Treatment P.O. Box 4587 Missoula St. Patrick Hospital--Adolescent Addictions 902 N. Orange Missoula St. Patrick Hospital--Cancer Institute 325 Owens St. Missoula St. Patrick Hospital--Dialysis Unit 615 W. Alder Missoula St. Patrick Hospital -- Social Services 500 W. Broadway Missoula

7 State of Montana Corrections Division 2415 Mullan Road Missoula Stephen's House 1315 Wyoming Missoula Stepping Stones Case Management 1315 Wyoming Missoula Story Keepers 302 S. 4th Street W. Missoula The Salvation Army 339 W. Broadway Missoula Summit Independent Living 700 SW Higgins #101 Missoula Susan Talbot Home for Girls 815 Tower-P.O. Box 7616 Missoula Teen Challenge. MT Outreach 1830 South Avenue Missoula Turning Point 1325 Wyoming Missoula UM Athletics Campus Mail Campus UM CAPS - Curry Health Center Curry Health Center Campus UM Disability Services for Students Lommasson Center 154 Campus UM Office of Civic Engagement Social Sciences 126 Campus UM Rural Institute 52 Corbin Hall Campus UM Self Over Substance Curry Health Center Campus UM Student Assault Recovery Services (SARS) Curry Health Center Campus UM Upward Bound Program Brantley Hall 002 Campus United States Probation Office P.O. Box 7675 Missoula Veteran's Center 500 N. Higgins Missoula Village Health Care Center 2651 South Avenue W. Missoula Watson's Children Shelter 2900 Fort Missoula Missoula WMMHC Adult Treatment 1335 Wyoming Missoula WMMHC Child & Family Services Network 1305 Wyoming Missoula WMMHC Carole Graham Home 1330 S 4th St W Missoula WMMHC Lolo School Day Treatment Program Hwy 93 S Lolo WMMHC Meadow Hill New Horizons 4210 Reserve St. Missoula WMMHC Child & Family Service Network 1305 Wyoming Missoula WMMHC River House Day Treatment Ctr Wyoming Missoula WMMHC Share House Drug Treatment Ctr Wyoming St. Missoula WMMHC Stephen's House 1315 Wyoming Missoula WMMHC Stepping Stones Case Mgmt Wyoming Missoula WMMHC Turning Point 1325 Wyoming Missoula Willard 901 S. 6th Street Missoula W.O.R.C. Program 2627 Palmer, Suite 222 Missoula W.O.R.D. 127 N. Higgins Missoula W.O.R.D. Family Basics 127 N. Higgins Missoula W.O.R.D. Family Resource Centers 127 N. Higgins Missoula W.O.R.D. Futures 127 N. Higgins Missoula W.O.R.D. Homeward 127 N. Higgins Missoula Working for Equality & Econ Liberation (W.E.E.L.) P.O. Box 7772 Missoula Youth Taking Flight/c/o Human Resource Council 1801 S. Higgins Missoula YWCA Coalition Building Institute 1130 W. Broadway Missoula YWCA Pathways 1130 W. Broadway Missoula YWCA Transitional Living 1130 W. Broadway Missoula SURROUNDING AREAS ARLEE Pawsabilities 320 Shy Bear Lane Arlee BUTTE Montana Chemical Dependency Center 2500 Continental Butte DARBY Trapper Creek Job Corps 5139 W. Fork Road Darby GREAT FALLS Benefis Hospital Gt Falls Benefis Mental Health Gt Falls Benefis Peace Hospice th Street S. Gt Falls HAMILTON Hospice 1200 Westwood Drive Hamilton LVA Bitterroot Inc. 316 N. 3rd St. #156 Hamilton Marcus Daly Home Health 1200 Westwood Drive Hamilton Marcus Daly Hospital Hospice 1200 Westwood Drive Hamilton Marcus Daly Memorial Hospital 1200 Westwood Drive Hamilton

8 Marcus Daly Ravalli County Case Mgt Elderly 1200 Westwood Drive Hamilton MYH-Bitterroot Youth Homes 903 S. 2nd Street Hamilton Ravalli County Adult Protective Services 108 Pickney Street Hamilton Ravalli County Department of Family Services 108 Pickney Street Hamilton Riverfront Counseling 1205 W. Main Hamilton Supporters of Abuse Free Environments (SAFE) P.O. Box 534 Hamilton HELENA A.W.A.R.E. - HELENA 2824 Billings Avenue Helena DPHHS - Helena P.O. Box 8005 Helena Florence Crittenton Home 901 N. Harris Helena Intermountain Children's Home & Services 500 S. Lamborn Helena NASW - Montana Chapter 25 S. Ewing, Suite 406 Helena Shodair Children's Hospital 2755 Colonial Drive Helena KALISPELL Abbie Shelter Box 1401 Kalispell Adult Protective Services 2282 Hwy 93 S. #310 Kalispell Brendon House Kalispell DPHHS - Kalispell 2282 Hwy 93 S. Kalispell Immanuel Lutheran Home 185 Crestline Drive Kalispell Kalispell Regional Hospital 316 Sunnyview Ln Kalispell Kalispell Stillwater Mental Health Kalispell Lamplighters/Kalispell Kalispell Pathways Kalispell POLSON DPHHS - Polson P.O. Box 268 Polson RONAN St. Luke Community Hospital 107 6th Ave. S.W. Ronan St. Luke Community Hospital Extended Care 107 6th Ave. S.W. Ronan CONDON Mission Mountain School PO Box 980 Condon Guest Ranch Rd SAINT IGNATIUS Tribal Health Box 280 St Ignatius STEVENSVILLE Bitterroot Living Center 63 Main Street Stevi Genesis House 116 N. College Stevi SUPERIOR DPHHS - Superior P.O. Box 626 Superior Mineral Community Hospital 1208 E. 6th Ave. Superior Mineral Community Hospital Nursing Home 1208 E. 6th Ave. Superior WHITEFISH Farm Hands 170 Blanchard Lake Dr. Whitefish

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