WGSST 1110: Gender, Sex, and Power

 

Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
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Campus: Newark, Columbus
Instructor: Tiyi M Morris, Assistant Professor, African American Studies
Terms offered: Spring Semester, Summer Semester, Autumn Semester
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Introduces students to the study of gender, sex, and power. We will draw on a variety of literatures to analyze gender, race, sexuality, and other identities. We will place the study of US women in broader transnational contexts.

GE cultures and ideas and soc sci indivs and groups and diversity soc div in the US course.

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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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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 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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ENGLISH 2367.01H: Language, Identity, and Culture in the US Experience

English, Arts and Sciences

Class Number: 19191 (AU14), 19193 (AU14), 19192 (AU14)
Campus: Columbus
Instructor: Harvey J Graff, Howard Lewis Ulman, English
Terms offered: Autumn Semester
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Extends & refines expository writing & analytical reading skills emphasizing recognition of intertextuality & reflection on compositional strategies on topics pertaining to education & pop culture in America. Only one 2367 (367) decimal subdivision may be taken for credit.

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BUS ADM 3890H: Honors Seminar

Business Administration

Class Number: 3949 (SP16), 3950 (SP16), 4013 (AU16), 4014 (AU16)
Campus: Columbus
Instructor: Michael Brandl, Patricia West
Terms offered: Spring Semester, Autumn Semester
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Seminar on current business topics for students enrolled in the Business Administration Honors Programs.

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ARTS & SCI 1102H: Hispanic Gastronomy: Introduction to Hispanic Culture as Represented in Culinary Practices

Arts and Sciences

Class Number: Unavailable
Campus: Newark
Instructor: Prof. Dioni Viscarri
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Introduction to Hispanic cultures through food. Students learn about Hispanic cuisine and prepare dishes, and reports on the history of the dishes, for presentation to a group of area middle and high school students.

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ARTS & SCI 1102H: Regional Honors Seminar

Arts and Sciences, Theatre

Class Number: 19138 (May14), 23954 (May14), 14469 (AU14)
Campus: Newark
Instructor: Jennfier Anthony, Program Coordinator, Outreach and Engagement, Newark Campus
Terms offered: Autumn Semester,May Session
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Seminars on varying topics taught by University faculty on regional campuses and intended to provide a common experience for Honors students.
Prereq: Honors standing, or permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 6 cr hrs. This course is graded S/U.

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