SPANISH 2367S: The US Experience: Latinos, Literacy, and Language

 

Spanish
Class Number: 30937 (SP16)
Campus: Columbus
Instructor: Elena Foulis
Terms offered: Spring Semester
Sites: Columbus Literacy Council, Vineyard ESL program

Description:

A GEC writing/social diversity course that focuses on generating ideas, drafting, and revising writing projecs. These projects will be situated within the thematic context of literacy and related issues among Latinos born in the United States and Spanish-speaking immigrants.

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SOCIOL 4998H: Honors Seminar

 

Sociology
Class Number: Unavailable
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Instructor: Andrew Martin and Lindsey Chamberlain
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Description:

Assists sociology/criminology majors in developing research projects by familiarizing them with research funding/scholarships, research presentations, publishing processes, data sets, and relevant statistical techniques.
Prereq: Honors standing, or permission of instructor.

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SOCIOL 4591S: Building Community Capacity: A Service-Learning Approach

 

Sociology
Class Number: Unavailable
Campus: Columbus
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Description:

This service learning course will explore the basic concepts, methods, and approaches used when sociology is put into practice in urban, organizational settings.

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SOCIOL 4000S: Social Science Business Collaborative: A Service Learning Approach

 

Sociology
Class Number: 28003
Campus: Columbus
Instructor: Lindsey Chamberlain
Terms offered: Autumn Semester, Spring Semester
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Description:

Sociology 4000S is a course designed to help students develop research projects through collaboration with a local business to work on a service project; link university resources to bear on community issues, facilitate data collection, learn the process of project management, present research findings in both academic and applied settings, learn through bettering the community. GE Service Learning Honors Course Regular Delivery with Moderate Use of Technology

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SOCIOL 3191: Internship Program in Sociology and Criminology

 

 

Sociology
Class Number: 24567 (AU14), 23684 (SP15)
Campus: Newark
Instructor: Shannon Leigh Phlegar, Academic Advisor; Lindsey Joyce Chamberlain, Academic Counselor & Starff Assistant
Terms offered: Autumn Semester
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Description:

Students provide tutoring to high school students involved in the juvenile court system.

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SOCIOL 2211S: Corrections: An Inside-Out Course

Sociology

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Campus: Newark; Marion
Instructor: Angela Bryant; Brenda Chaney
Terms offered: Autumn Semester, Spring Semester
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Description:

Inside-Out courses  offer an innovative and transformative approach to learning. This experiential-based learning course is composed of various approaches and interdisciplinary modes of inquiry into US models of corrections, including classical debates and contemporary issues. The program brings college students and incarcerated individuals together in a classroom setting to develop a partnership between institutions of higher learning and prison systems nationally .Participants will counter predominant stereotypes and myths held about prisons and prisoners through personal engagement; see crime and justice issues from new perspectives; see themselves as actors in relation to these issues, and consequently as potential agents of social change; gain a positive experience from which to build new ideas about public service and meaningful citizenship; and take part in a grass-roots movement directed at transforming public thought and opinion on mass incarceration.

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PUBAFRS 5194: Civic Engagement: How Citizens Work to Foster Social Change

 

Public Affairs
Class Number: Unavailable
Campus: Columbus
Instructor: Julie A. Graber
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Sites: Columbus Metropolitan Club (CMC)

Description:

Learn about what it really takes to create social change! Interact with community leaders and business professionals who work to encourage change in communities, learn how the Columbus Metropolitan Club fosters discussion and debate around key community issues, explore concepts related to the development of social capital, examine ways that organizations engage in community action through corporate social responsibility and the mission-driven work of not-for-profit organizations, and discover how community leaders chart a course for collective  action and organizational involvement. Available for graduate and undergraduate students.

Syllabus: Not Available

PSYCH 4554S: Language Development

Psychology

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Campus: Columbus; Newark
Instructor: Alisa Marie Paulson; Julie Hupp
Terms offered: Autumn Semester, Spring Semester
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Description:

A survey of children’s language acquisition, including phonemes, words, morphology, and syntax. Roles for universal grammar, linguistic input, social interaction, and statistical learning are considered. Students will participate in a local elementary school literacy program.

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