SPHHRNG 3370S Service-Learning in Adult Neurogenics for Speech-Language Pathology

Speech & Hearing Science

Campus: Columbus
Instructor: Jennifer Brello
Terms offered: Summer, Autumn

Description:

This course involves advancing students’ knowledge of disorders resulting from acquired brain injury in adult populations. Students will gain knowledge related to understanding, developing, and utilizing tools to support communication. Through a mutually beneficial community service activity, students will also gain appreciation on the impact a communication disability has on quality of life.
Prereq: 2230. Repeatable to a maximum of 6 cr hrs. This course is graded S/U.

ENGR 5797.22S Guatemala Service-Learning

Engineering

Campus: Columbus
Terms offered: Summer
Sites: Guatemala

Description:

Participating students will: (i) learn about poverty challenges, needs, and potential technical solutions, (ii) complete technical design/evaluation challenges, (iii) learn about Guatemalan history, culture, and current events, and (iv) learn about trip logistics/rules, (v) travel to Guatemala and support group objectives.
Repeatable to a maximum of 6 cr hrs.

CLLC 2301.02S Global Citizen Summer Camp

Campus: Columbus
Instructor: Janice Aski
Terms offered: Spring, Summer

Description:

Students will participate as assistants and instructors in a one-week summer camp for elementary and/or middle school children. Students will assist with the running of the camp, teach a two-hour full immersion language lesson in a world language (other than English), teach a one-hour culture lesson in English, and organize and teach an international game.
Prereq: 2301.01S. GE service learning course.  Instructor consent required.

SPANISH 4689S – Translation and Interpreting in the Latino Community

Spanish

Campus: Columbus
Instructor: Glenn Martinez
Terms offered: Spring Semester
Sites:

Description:

This course introduces students to foundational concepts in translation and interpretation in community contexts among Latinos in the US. The course analyzes the theoretical, ethical, and sociological dimensions of community translation and interpreting.
Prereq: 4430, or permission of instructor.

Attributes:

Level 1 CCP course

NURSING 5798S – Study Tour

Nursing

Campus: Columbus
Instructor: Elizabeth Fitzgerald, Jennifer Kue
Terms offered: Spring Term
Sites: Nicaragua

Description:

Specific content, location, semester(s) of offering, and prerequisites vary; contact department office for details. Must attend required Office of International Affairs (OIA) and College of Nursing pre-departure orientation sessions, and enroll in the U.S. Department of State Smart Traveler Program as required by OIA.
Prereq: Enrollment in Nursing, and permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 8 cr hrs or 2 completions. This course is graded S/U.

ENGLISH 2367.07S – Literacy Narratives of Black Columbus

English

Campus: Columbus
Instructor: 
Terms offered: Spring

Description:

This service-learning course focuses on collecting and preserving literacy narratives of Columbus-area Black communities. Through engagement with community partners, students refine skills in research, analysis, and composition; students synthesize information, create arguments about discursive/visual/cultural artifacts, and reflect on the literacy and life-history narratives of Black Columbus.
Prereq: 1110 or equiv.; and Soph standing, or a declared major in English. Not open to students with credit for AfAmASt 2367.07S. GE writing and comm: level 2 and diversity soc div in the US course. Cross-listed in AfAmASt.

Attributes:

GE Diversity: Social Diversity in the US, GE Writing and Communication: level 2

LARCH 7600S: Graduate Landscape Topics in Research & Theory

Landscape Architecture

Campus: Columbus
Instructor: Forbes Lipschitz
Terms offered: Autumn
Sites:

Description:

Working Landscapes of America

This critical inquiry seminar explores the history of agricultural landscapes in North America from colonization to present day. Lectures and discussions address the evolution of conventional and alternative paradigms of food, feed and fiber production. Through archival research and selected readings, students will craft an Agricultural Atlas that graphically examines agriculture’s impact on ecosystems, infrastructure and urban development across time.

Advanced topics in graduate research and theory.
Prereq: 7780 (740). Instructor consent required. Repeatable to a maximum of 12 cr hrs or 4 completions.

ESLTECH 2211S: Impact of Technology in Learning and Education

Educational Studies: Learning Technologies

Campus: Columbus
Instructor: Richard Voithofer
Terms offered: Autumn

Description:

Theories, function, impact, and use of technology in formal and informal learning and education environments.
Prereq: Not open to students with credit for EduPL 311.

 

ESCE 2189.01S: First Education Experience Program-International

Educational Studies

Campus: Columbus
Instructor: Adrian Rodgers
Terms offered: Summer
Location: International

Description:

The  main purpose of this course is to provide opportunities for students to explore education as a possible career path via a combination of field and seminar requirements. This is also an opportunity to engage in community service. Students spend time in preK-12 school-based settings, interacting with various professionals (e.g., teachers, school psychologists, school counselors) and students.
Repeatable to a maximum of 12 cr hrs.

WGSST 4189.01S: Reproductive Rights and Justice

Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies

Campus: Columbus
Instructor: Mytheli Sreenivas
Terms offered: Spring

Description:

This class takes an interdisciplinary feminist approach to investigating the history and contemporary politics of reproduction. It focuses on both US and global contexts and links the academic investigation to service-learning in the Columbus community. Students will work with organizations who seek to further the goals of reproductive justice in policy, activist, legal, and healthcare contexts.

Prereq: 1110