Interested in Spanish and community service? Consider SPN 327W: Advanced Grammar and Composition II, uniques 47275 and 47290 (Fall 2013). These particular sections carry both a writing flag as well as a flag in Ethics and Leadership. The course requires 2-3 hours per week of volunteer service. Compositions and class discussions are integrated with students’ volunteer [...]
April 18, 2013 | Leave a Comment
ANT 349C Human Variation Unique Numbers: 31460, 31470, 31475) MW 9:00 – 10:00 am, CLA 1.106 (additional lab times vary) Instructor: Deborah Bolnick This course surveys the patterns of biological variation within and between human populations. We will examine physical, genetic, and behavioral traits, and consider both the microevolutionary and cultural processes that influence those [...]
April 16, 2013 | Leave a Comment
The aim of this course is to teach critical thinking and analysis skills to students via an assessment of contemporary issues that in reality are all far more complicated than the narratives we usually adopt. The class will be modeled after the Harvard Business School model. Each week there is a “case”/”topic” and then students [...]
TUR 601C (fall) and 611C (spring) allow students to fulfill their language requirement in one year. There are great study abroad opportunities for students who complete this sequence. Society and Politics in Turkish Film (MES 342 #42375/MEL 321 #42195) – fun for students interested in film, politics, Turkey, and the Middle East in general.
3-credit, upper-division courses: LA 325: College/Career Coaching Theory & Practice (Unique #30003; Wednesdays 3-6 pm; CLA 1.104) Want to motivate yourself and others through positive psychology and coaching strategies? Learn valuable theories and skills you can use as a manager, mentor or advisor in a variety of career settings. Learn more… LA 325: The Liberal Arts [...]
Call the LAH office at (512) 471-3458 to make an appointment for registration advising. The course schedule will come out on Wednesday, Oct. 17 at 5pm – you may make your appointment before or after the schedule comes out. Registration for Spring classes will take place from October 29 to November 29.
LA 325: Introduction to College/Career Coaching Theory & Practice Instructor: Dr. Katharine Brooks • Wednesdays 3-6 pm • Location: CLA 1.104 • Unique #: 30003 • Student Eligibility: Liberal Arts major; upper-division status; and 60+ credit hours Course Description: Coaching skills are invaluable in a variety of work settings, and are particularly important for managers and leaders in organizations. [...]
1587: Year of No Significance (Huang) 9780300028843 Confucianism & The Succession Crisis of the Wanli Emperor (Carnes) 9780321332301 The Republic with Introduction by Lane (Plato) 9780140455113 Rousseau, Burke, & Revolution in France in 1781 (Carnes) 9780321332295 Rules for Writers, includes 2009 MLA & 2010 APA Updates (Hacker) 9780312664817 The Social Contract with First & Second Discourses [...]
This class is recommended for anyone interested in Peer Advising or in pursuing a job in career services! LA325: Introduction to College/Career Coaching Theory and Practice Dr. Katharine Brooks Wednesdays 3-6 pm Location: MEZ 2.124 Unique #: 29964 Prerequisite: upper-division status; 60 hours Catalog Description: Covers coaching theory and techniques, motivation and behavior change, [...]
With two hours to go before the close of the fourth class day, you may have just felt the earth move under your feet and the sky tumble down (it IS the year 2012 after all!): A few seats for non-art majors have been opened up in ALL sections of the following restricted studio art courses: [...]