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Community-Engaged Scholarship


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David Ruda

BADM 1002 Section 29
Business AdministrationSchool of Business1463.0023

TBA · Mirasol Española

Community development is a key focus area for the First Year Development Program. During the spring semester, first year business students will have the opportunity to engage in a community development project with a small group within their FYDP class. Gain community engagement experience that may ...
Business AdminstrationBusiness School10.000

Shruthi Nagarajan

This course will combine community-based activities, which take you out into the community to educate them on ecological issues, agricultural problems related to other organisms, and other environmental issues that you will learn in the course. Teams will design, collaborate, and/or implement an act...
BiologyColumbian College of Arts and Sciences991930.54899

M 3:30-6:00pm · 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...
Biomedical EngineeringSchool of Engineering and Applied Sciences241430.0011

TR 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.
CommunicationThe Columbian College of Arts and Sciences26463.16213

Gaetano Lotrecchiano

Health, technology, social, and environmental problems impacting our world are complex and we are increasingly able to address them through collaborative scientific pursuit. This type of scientific challenge necessitates cross-disciplinary engagement and a high level of collaboration, sometimes refe...
Clinical Research and LeadershipSchool of Medicine and Health Sciences320.000

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 TeachThe Columbian College of Arts and Sciences1519.5019

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 TeachThe Columbian College of Arts and Sciences1027.0023

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 TeachThe Columbian College of Arts and Sciences1835.5321

Christopher Klemek

Washington DC History, Culture and Politics is a unique course that promotes civic engagement through varied activities, including service learning, archival research, writing (as well as revising) interpretations of local urban history, and finally the presentation of a city's past to the comm...
HistoryColumbian College of Arts and Sciences4160.0828

MW 3:45-5:00 · Wendy Wagner

Introduction to Human Services
SociologyThe Columbian College of Arts and Sciences00.000

Michelle Kelso

HSSJ Course
SociologyColumbian College of Arts and Sciences211167.89160

T 3:30-6:00pm · Karyn Cassella

Fact/Field/Fiction
SociologyThe Columbian College of Arts and Sciences122059.5066

Michelle Kelso

Capstone in HSSJ
SociologyColumbian College of Arts and Sciences15353.0013

Sara Wilensky

This course is appropriate for public health and non-public health students alike. Students volunteer at public health-related service sites (secured by the student, with assistance from the professor) and connect their service experience to course work relating to serving vulnerable populations. Th...
School of Public Health13742.00218

F 10:00am-noon · Sean Cleary

A public health perspective of the autism experience is explored through service learning and community participatory research methods engaging autistic young adults, their parents, researchers, clinicians and other service providers. The course covers the science, viewpoints, and experience of auti...
EpidemiologyMilken Institute School of Public Health844.5022

Imani Cheers

Imani Cheers
School of Media and Public Affairs10.000

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 comm...
SpanishThe Columbian College of Arts and Sciences11345.6026

Mondays and Wednesdays 9:35-10:50 am-- DUQUES 361 · Manuel Cuellar

What and who is Latinx? What is the difference between Latina/o and Latinx? How do Latinx imaginaries shape and how are they shaped by the so-called “American” experience? This course provides an overview of how Latinxs have created competing representations of their experience in contem...
RGSLLColumbian College17316.52115

Lindsay Jacoby

University Writing
University WritingColumbian College of Arts and Sciences22344.29128