Statistics Capstone Consulting Experience

2021-10-04T20:06:27+00:00

In this course, students will practice interfacing with local clients to better understanding their data-related needs. This may involve helping clients collect, analyze, visualize, or model data in a meaningful way. Students will then present their findings to a larger audience Read more

Data Visualization for Social Justice

2021-10-04T20:07:01+00:00

How can we communicate data to tell compelling stories? This course works with a community partner to understand their data and research. We then draw on visual story telling to present the research to wider public audiences. The forms of story-telling Read more

Community Connected Learning (INTD 0121)

2021-10-04T20:08:00+00:00

In this course students will develop and implement community connected projects in collaboration with community partners to contribute to the public good. Center for Community Engagement (CCE) instructors will meet with students weekly in cohorts to develop social-issue knowledge, build collaboration skills, Read more

Theories of Change

2021-10-04T19:58:41+00:00

In this course, we will tackle the question of social change. More specifically, we will (1) analyze various organized efforts trying to make social change happen; and (2) troubleshoot their different methods, strategies, ways of operating, and sets of assumptions about Read more

Environmental Studies Community-Engaged Practicum (Section A)

2021-10-04T20:00:04+00:00

Through this interdisciplinary capstone experience, our senior environmental studies majors collaborate with community organizations to lend their creativity, perspectives, and research skills to addressing current environmental issues in our region and beyond. We are interested in a broad range of Read more

Global Health

2021-10-04T20:02:46+00:00

This course is the foundation course for the Global Health minor. It examines domestic and international public health challenges in the context of development, healthcare infrastructure, aid structures, and the social context of illness. The course uses the social and Read more

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