TR 11:10-12:10 · Tara Scully
COURSE WILL COMBINE COMMUNITY-BASED LAB ACTIVITIES; TAKING YOU OUT INTO THE COMMUNITY TO EDUCATE THE PUBLIC ON FOOD, NUTRITIONAL CONCEPTS AND ISSUES THAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THE COURSE. TEAMS WILL DESIGN, COLLABORATE AND/OR IMPLEMENT AN ACTIVITY WITH A COMMUNITY PARTNER. THE ACTIVITIES WIL...
|Biology||The Columbian College of Arts and Sciences||84||1918.49||793|
W 3:45-6:00pm · David Lee
BME 4920W and 4925 W are Biomedical Engineering's Capstone Design sequence. Students work in teams to solve problems in human health posed by clinicians and researchers who act as clients. Students work with their clients to define what their device must do and how well it must perform. They then cr...
|Bio Medical Engineering||School of Engineering and Applied Science||0||0.00||0|
T/R 4:45-6:00PM · Abbie Weiner
The purpose of this course is to provide students an opportunity to develop an understanding of the theories and principles of interpersonal communication simultaneous within a service-learning environment.
|Communications||Columbian College of Arts and Sciences||31||279.00||89|
W 9:35am-10:50am · Alicia Bitler
Students who want to explore teaching careers become familiar with lesson plan development by writing, teaching, and observing lessons in an elementary school classroom. While students build and practice inquiry-based lesson design skills, they also become familiar with and practice classroom manage...
|GW Teach||The Columbian College of Arts and Sciences||9||29.50||19|
T 8:00am-9:15am TOMP 204 · Meghan Hollibaugh Baker
Students who want to explore teaching careers become familiar with lesson plan development by writing, teaching, and observing lessons in a middle school classroom. While students build and practice inquiry-based lesson design skills, they also become familiar with and practice classroom management ...
|GW Teach||The Columbian College of Arts and Sciences||3||0.00||0|
M 6:10-8:40 · SuJin Choi
Students who have an interest in a future in teaching learn about student-centered, project-based learning in this course through reading, discussing, observing, writing, and teaching lessons for students who attend school in the DC community. Through this experience local teachers gain exposure to ...
|GW Teach||Columbian College of Arts and Sciences||5||25.32||14|
In this 8 week online course, students will review basic public health concepts, especially those regarding prevention. Emphasis will be on achieving health equity through disease prevention and health promotion to advance U.S. community, population, and public health. Students will also study and p...
|Health Sciences Programs||School of Medicine and Health Sciences||19||0.00||0|
M 5:00-5:50pm · Maranda Ward
This 15 week community-engaged course will introduce students to the historical health disparities and long-term health inequities faced by many low-income, Black residents in Washington, DC. This course is designed to prepare students to translate a range of health equity concepts and competencies ...
|Health Sciences Programs||School of Medicine and Health Sciences||8||4.00||2|
W 5:10-7:00pm · Peter Konwerski
Organizing Social Justice and Human Services (HSSJ 1177)
|Sociology||The Columbian College of Arts and Sciences||25||343.85||74|
M 11:10-1:00pm · Sangeeta Prasad
<> HSSJ 2170 is a course on interpersonal relationships that uses a lens of social justice and critically analyzes how intersections of identity impact relationships. Students are required to complete a 30-hour practicum at community-based agencies that serve disenfranchised community me...
R 5:10-7:00pm · Amy Fortney-Parks
Child and Adolescent Development
|Sociology||The Columbian College of Arts and Sciences||28||418.93||109|
W 11:10-1:00 · Michelle Kelso
Program planning and evaluation activities are essential to organizations, governments and businesses. We will begin class by delving into evaluation, reviewing research methods, and planning and implementing evaluation research. Through case studies and on-site field experiences, students will anal...
|Sociology||The Columbian College of Arts and Sciences||20||305.00||16|
T 11:10-1:00 · Emily Morrison
|Sociology||The Columbian College of Arts and Sciences||13||1326.50||39|
Public discourse is teeming with advice about leadership, opinions about what citizenship is, and what service in the community should look like. Effectiveness as a citizen leader requires a more complex understanding of each of these constructs and their implications. In this course, we will explor...
|Sociology||The Columbian College of Arts and Sciences||21||350.06||123|
M/W 9:35-10:50 · Gregory Squires
This class will examine the concept of social problems and many specific social problems that are widely recognized as features of American society. We will analyze the major theoretical explanations of critical social problems, the ideological framework in which those theories are rooted, and the p...
|Sociology||Columbian College of Arts and Sciences||48||464.67||142|
MW 3:45-5:00 · Dolores Perillan
The Advanced Spanish Service Learning course is based on the strong tradition of community building in the Spanish speaking world. The community spirit of Spain and Latin America is brought to life in our midst through the magic and poetry of its people. We find this spirit in our local Latino commu...
|RGSLL||Columbian College of Arts and Sciences||12||457.00||11|
MW 11:10AM-12:25PM · Leslie Jacobsen
This course focuses on the efficacy of using the arts to address issues within our society. The students will examine produced works of representative 20th and 21st century playwrights, which address violence aganist women, gender inequality, homophobia, racism, trauma of war, Nativism, religious di...
|Theatre and Dance||The Columbian College of Arts and Sciences||11||12.00||3|
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