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Learning communities for 2017-18 academic year

Study away learning communities

Fall term

CHEM-411-LC and BIOL-362-LC (CRAWFORD and GEHLER), PLUS LABS (Biochemistry and Physiology of Human Life)

CSD-367-LC/LC2 and ENGL-307-LC/LC2 (HASKILL and STAFF) (Language Theory and Application]

ECON-225-LC and RELG-326-LC (SHORT and LEE) (The Ethics and Economics of Health Care]

ENGL-315-LC and GEOG-307-LC (PETERS and BURNHAM) (Environmental Literature and Landscape)

GEOL-116 and ENVR-380-LC (Wolf and Reisner) (Applied Ecology, Energy and the Environment)

LSC-350-LC and LSC-351-LC1/LC2 (EGAN) (Comprehensive Learning Portfolio)

PHIL-329-LC and PSYC-248-LC (STORL and HARRINGTON) (Truths about Mind and Brain)

POLS-318-LC and ECON-366-LC (ZHANG and ZHOU) (Understanding China: Politics and Economics Approaches)

PSYC-306-LC and PSYC-420-LC (SCHULTZ) (Homelessness, poverty, and children’s mental health)

RELG-366-LC and EDUC-270-LC (SALGADO and SHEA) (Mindful Learning)

Winter term

On campus; not study away. Additional offerings may be added.

Accounting VITA program (winter and spring break): ACCT-314-LC, LC2, LC3 (Winter, Melton) and ACCT 444-LC1, LC2, LC3 (Spring, Melton)

The Art and Science of Criminal Investigation: CHEM-325-LC, Chemistry and Crime (Wilmsmeyer) and PSYC-310-LC, Criminal Profiling (Johnson)

Constructing and Interpreting American Indian Identities: ANTH-320-LC, Native North America (Kaul), and HIST-336-LC, American Indians and Their Interpreters (Simonsen) 

Spring term

On campus; not study away. Additional offerings may be added.

Shapes and Patterns: Arts and Music as Culture in Africa: ART-342-LC, Art of Africa (Schussheim-Anderson) and MUSC-342-LC, Music and culture of West Africa (Pfautz)

The Art of Teaching Language Arts: EDUC-382-LC, Methods: Lang Arts (Hanson) and ENGL-312-LC, Writing, grammar and language (Crowe)

Mindful Learning: EDUC-270=01 Mindfulness (Shea) and RELG-366-LC Buddhism (Salgado)

The Individual, Society, and the State: POLS-375-LC Special Topics: The Individual, Society, and the State (Dehnel) and WLIT-326-LC Topics in French Literature: The Individual, Society, and the State (Kalas)