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Carrie Knebel

Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci6517.003

Deborah Bunkley

One of the first programs to be developed in the United States and receive approval from the American Art Therapy Association, GW’s art therapy program combines artistic training with therapy and counseling skills. A part of Columbian College of Arts and Sciences’ social and behavioral s...
Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci5636.9518

Diana Sabados

One of the first programs to be developed in the United States and receive approval from the American Art Therapy Association, GW’s art therapy program combines artistic training with therapy and counseling skills. A part of Columbian College of Arts and Sciences’ social and behavioral s...
Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci8413.0039

Jennifer Baldwin

One of the first programs to be developed in the United States and receive approval from the American Art Therapy Association, GW’s art therapy program combines artistic training with therapy and counseling skills. A part of Columbian College of Arts and Sciences’ social and behavioral s...
Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci750.6339

Lauren Yoder

Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci81937.507

Lindsey Vance

Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci61064.50307

Stacey Nelson

One of the first programs to be developed in the United States and receive approval from the American Art Therapy Association, GW’s art therapy program combines artistic training with therapy and counseling skills. A part of Columbian College of Arts and Sciences’ social and behavioral s...
Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci7664.4696

Tara Scully

The evolution of life on earth; the value of other organisms, their role in our world, and how humans can cause harm to this infrastructure. Students work with a community partner to perform activities that assist the partner while reinforcing course concepts. Course combines community-based lab act...
Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci48959.76453

Maria Habib

This is an intermediate studio course in typography. Topics covered include typographic vocabulary, terminology, history, technology, classification, measurement, and syntax. Projects explore audience, structure/syntax, content/meaning, visual hierarchy, and aesthetics in message building for visual...
Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci10349.4774

Sara Jamshidi

This is an intermediate studio course in typography. Topics covered include typographic vocabulary, terminology, history, technology, classification, measurement, and syntax. Projects explore audience, structure/syntax, content/meaning, visual hierarchy, and aesthetics in message building for visual...
Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci9330.3067

Maria Habib

Brand identity systems and programs. Iterative design process used to develop a cohesive and comprehensive branding program, with the developed brand identity applied to print, motion, and web media. A grade of C or above is required in the prerequisite course. Prerequisites: CGD 2090. Same As: CDE ...
Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci12472.4778

Maria del Carmen Montoya

Design lab with a focus on social, environmental, and community impact. Project teams collaborate with a community partner to identify and respond to local challenges that might be addressed through interaction design processes and skills. Materials fee.
Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci2150.003

Abbie Weiner

Study and practice of verbal and nonverbal communication in ritual, information and perspective sharing, problem solving, and relationship formation, maintenance, and dissolution. Designed to raise awareness of the complexity and power of the communication process in daily life and to help students...
Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci28313.45175

Maria del Carmen Montoya

Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci4830.002

Alicia Bitler

First experiential course in the GWTeach program. Introduces the basics of teaching, with a focus on using inquiry to teach lessons. Includes teaching experiences in a local elementary school.
No College Designated70.000

Alicia Bitler

First experiential course in the GWTeach program. Introduces the basics of teaching, with a focus on using inquiry to teach lessons. Includes teaching experiences in a local elementary school.
No College Designated737.4213

SuJin Choi

Builds on the basics of teaching learned in GTCH 1002, with a focus on inquiry-based lesson design, teaching with technology, classroom management, and analyzing student performance data. Includes teaching experiences in a local middle school. Prerequisites: GTCH 1001.
No College Designated10245.89155

SuJin Choi

Combination of GTCH 1001 and GTCH 1002, with emphasis on inquiry lesson design, teaching with technology, classroom management, and analyzing student performance. Includes teaching experiences in a local middle school.
No College Designated18514.57154

Curtis Pyke

Use of curriculum and technology in the classroom. Interplay between teachers, students, content, and the world beyond schools. Design, implement, and evaluate outcomes of instructional activities. Includes local high school teaching experiences. Prerequisites: GTCH 1001 and GTCH 1002; or GTCH 2003.
No College Designated97.825

Meghan Hollibaugh Baker

Culminating experience for teacher certification. Twenty-five hours per week of field experience in a local school teaching in content certification area are required. Students attend a weekly seminar to discuss topics related to the profession of teaching. Restricted to GWTeach apprentice teachers ...
No College Designated92412.009