George Washington University


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Course Description 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 li...
Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci0105.2235

Course Description: To what extent is your sense of self shaped by your culture, circumstances and location? How does where you are living and working influence what you dream? Does performing service, and writing about your experiences, change your ideas about who you are? Such questions fall withi...
Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci098.0146

Our city is a powerful place to learn how to read structures of power and mobilize for change. Washington, D.C. houses the world's most powerful political leaders and institutions.  Yet, just a few miles from the National Mall, children rush home from school to avoid being shot.  They try ...
Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci090.9766

Course Description: To what extent is your sense of self shaped by your culture, circumstances and location? How does where you are living and working influence what you dream? Does performing service, and writing about your experiences, change your ideas about who you are? Such questions fall withi...
Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci0112.7552

Course Description: To what extent is your sense of self shaped by your culture, circumstances and location? How does where you are living and working influence what you dream? Does performing service, and writing about your experiences, change your ideas about who you are? Such questions fall withi...
Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci0149.7782

Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci00.000

Course Description: Human development from young adulthood to old age. Dominant psychosocial, cognitive, and physical competencies; motivational changes; coping styles; and normative and non-normative behaviors. Three hours per week of service learning in an appropriate agency setting are required i...
Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci0585.23213

Dear students:To report your service for this course, please use this link for  DCPS Central Administration. and "Add Impact" from that page. Thank you for reporting your project in this class. 
Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci0211.5021

Course Description: Principles and practices of nonprofit organizations. Foundational overview of the nonprofit sector; legal as well as management fundamentals, including strategic planning and grant writing.  From the Honey W. Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service:Welcome to ...
Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci0363.5041

Michelle Kelso

Course Description: Culminating experience synthesizing the knowledge, skills, abilities, and attitudes needed to address complex real-world issues in socially just ways; integration and reflection on the key theories, research, practices, issues, and policies addressed throughout the program. Restr...
Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci0137.5014

Welcome to this service project. 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 aes...
Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci0272.2043

Course Description: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. Information on ...
Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci0891.14352

Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci01149.25428

Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci01016.50228

Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci01276.75352

Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci01218.75358

Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci01270.20410

Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci0582.50208

Our city is a powerful place to learn how to read structures of power and mobilize for change. Washington, D.C. houses the world's most powerful political leaders and institutions.  Yet, just a few miles from the National Mall, children rush home from school to avoid being shot.  They try ...
Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci0188.24102

Welcome to this course! To facilitate assigning students to projects, please complete the survey at this link to rank choice your preferences. In this course, students will analyze how nonprofits/groups organize in pursuit of social justice/impact/change, examine strategies and tactics of ...
Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci0703.36345