COMPSTD 3501: Humanitarianism in Question: U.S. Imperialism and Solidarity with Central America

Comparative Studies

Class Number: 32240
Campus: Columbus
Instructor: Katherine Borland
Terms offered: Spring
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Description:

This course addresses questions related to the history, practices, institutional dimensions, impact, criticism, and function of humanitarian and philanthropic work. Students learn about relationships between donors and targeted communities, both domestically and abroad. Discussions reflect upon reasons for giving, the goals of the supported initiatives, and mechanisms for evaluating success.
Repeatable to a maximum of 6 cr hrs. GE cultures and ideas course

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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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Description:

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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VMCOLL 7700.02: Shelter Medicine and Surgery

 

Veterinary Medicine
Class Number: 6066 (SP16), 4603 (SU16), 5285 (AU16)
Campus: Columbus
Instructor: Larry Hill, DVM, Clinical Asst. Prof., Veterinary Clinical Sciences
Terms offered: Spring Semester, Summer Semester, Autumn Semester
Sites: Franklin County Animal Shelter, Capital Area Humane Society

Description:

Clinical experience with shelter dogs and cats at the Capital Area Humane Society including anesthesia and general surgery, health and behavior screening, and infectious disease surveillance and prevention.

Prereq: 4th yr standing in Veterinary Medicine program. Not open to students with credit for 700.17. Repeatable to a maximum of 12 cr hrs.

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SWK 5026: Follow the Tomato

Social Work

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Campus: Columbus
Instructor: Michelle Kaiser, College of Social Work
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Sites: Franklinton neighborhood

Description:

This service-­‐learning course will explore the complex interrelated social and environmental issues related to the food system. The development of the global food system and social, economic, health, and environmental consequences related to disparities in the food system will be discussed. Students will spend some class periods working at a food pantry, soup kitchen, produce distribution program and community garden.

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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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KNPE 2542: Lifespan Motor Development

Kinesiology: Physical Education

Class Number: 29133 (AU16), 27478 (AU16), 29134 (AU16), 28535 (AU16), 28536 (AU16), 27479 (AU16)
Campus: Columbus
Instructor: Jacqueline Dawn Goodway, Associate Professor, College of Education and Human Ecology; Seung Ho  Chang
Terms offered: Autumn Semester, Summer Term
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Description:

An overview of the processes involved in motor development and physical growth across the lifespan. Implications of growth and development to teaching, coaching, and clinical settings will be examined.

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HTHRHSC 4470S: Teamwork and Leadership in Health Sciences

Health and Rehabilitation Sciences

Class Number: 5112
Campus: Columbus
Instructor: Jill Clutter, School of Allied Medical Professions
Terms offered: Spring Semester
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Description:

Gain understanding of leadership and team-building through experience in planned health related activities.

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GEOG 3750: Geography of North America

Geography

Class Number: 20931 (SP14)
Campus: Newark
Instructor: Cynthia J. Chabot, Lecturer, Geography, College of Arts and Sciences
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Description:

Geographical analysis of North America; spatial patterns and processes associated with culture, politics, economy and social difference at international, national, regional and urban scales.

Students will work with local nonprofits to gain a greater understanding of the geographical dimensions of central Ohio and in particular the North American Industrial Core of which Licking County and Ohio are a part. Students will also have an opportunity to award philanthropic dollars to one or more of the nonprofits through a Pay it Forward grant provided by Ohio Campus Compact (http://www.ohiocampuscompact.org/). Nonprofits likely to be involved: Licking County Recycling, National Heisey Glass Museum, The Works, and the Newark Midland Theatre Association.

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ESHESA 2577: Crossing Boundaries: A Journey Toward Intercultural Leadership Identity Development

Educational Studies: Higher Education and Student Affairs (ESHESA)

Class Number: 29253 (AU16), 29339 (AU16), 29340 (AU16), 29018 (AU16), 29200 (AU16), 29216 (AU16), 33289 (AU16), 29379 (AU16), 29401 (AU16), 33293 (AU16)
Campus: Columbus
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Terms offered: Summer Semester, Autumn Semester
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Description:

Builds on intellectual and experiential engagement with issues of difference, diversity, social justice, and alliance building.

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