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...
|Biology||Columbian College of Arts and Sciences||99||1930.54||899|
BADM 1002 Section 15
|Business Administration||School of Business||48||217.99||68|
BADM 1002 Section 16
|Business Administration||School of Business||43||213.99||67|
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...
|History||Columbian College of Arts and Sciences||41||60.08||28|
BADM 1002 Section 17
|Business Administration||School of Business||36||163.99||57|
University Writing Prof. Presser
|University Writing||Columbian College of Arts and Sciences||36||418.83||121|
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 Leadership||School of Medicine and Health Sciences||32||0.00||0|
UW 1020 M 45 University Writing
|University Writing||Columbian College of Arts and Sciences||32||592.50||200|
The George Washington School of Medicine and Health Sciences is committed to enriching medical students' education with meaningful, community-based learning experiences that promote health equity and advance the health of the community in which the University resides. In 2019, the school launched a ...
|School of Medicine and Health Sciences||29||134.58||40|
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.
|Communication||The Columbian College of Arts and Sciences||26||463.16||213|
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 Engineering||School of Engineering and Applied Sciences||24||1430.00||11|
BADM 1002 Section 13
|Business Administration||School of Business||24||101.34||32|
|University Writing||Columbian College of Arts and Sciences||22||344.29||128|
BADM 1002 Section 14
|Business Administration||School of Business||21||75.75||29|
|Sociology||Columbian College of Arts and Sciences||21||1167.89||160|
BADM 1002 Section 11
|Business Administration||Business School||20||91.96||25|
M/W 10:00-11:15 and hybrid class Fridays · Phyllis Ryder
University Writing Professor RyderOur 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...
|University Writing||The Columbian College of Arts and Sciences||20||351.86||142|
BADM 1002 Section 21
|Business Administration||School of Business||20||74.00||23|
BADM 1002 20 First Year Development
|Business Administration||School of Business||19||91.75||32|
BADM 1002 Section 23
|Business Administration||School of Business||19||64.00||18|