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Carlson Leadership & Public Service Center

Autumn 2017 Service Learning Courses

Browse and Register for service-learning positions in these courses.

Below are classes with a service learning component for Autumn 2017.

Course Course Title Faculty Course Time

Service-Learning Registration Period

opens at 8am, closes at 5pm, unless otherwise noted

ANTH 101 Exploring Social Anthropology Michael Vicente Perez MW 130-320 Monday 10/2 to Wednesday 10/4
CEP 200* Introduction to Community and Environmental Planning Marty Curry TTh
1030-1250
Friday 9/29 to Wednesday 10/4
ECFS 200* Intro to Early Childhood and Family Studies Mary Clevenger-Bright TTh 830-950 Friday 9/29 to Wednesday 10/4
ECFS 303* Service-Learning and Research for the Teaching and Learning Track Mary Clevenger-Bright M 900-1020 Tuesday 10/3 to Wednesday 10/4
ECFS 304* Service-Learning for the Core Pathway Lynn Dietrich Tuesday 10/3 to Wednesday 10/4
ECFS 454* Service-Learning and Research for the Teaching and Learning Track Miriam Packard M 930-1050 Tuesday 10/3 to Wednesday 10/4
EDUC 481* Community Capstone Cassidy Glass-Hastings M 530-650P TBA
ENGL 121B* Composition Social Issues: Environment Jennifer Haden TTh 930-1120 Friday 9/29 to Wednesday 10/4
ENGL 121C* Composition Social Issues: Every Student College Bound Carol Robertson TTh 930-1120 Friday 9/29 to Wednesday 10/4
ENGL 121E* Composition Social Issues: Seattle’s Affordability and Accessibility Matthew Howard TTh 1130-120 Friday 9/29 to Wednesday 10/4
ENGL 121F* Composition Social Issues: — Daniel Sears TTh 1230-220 Friday 9/29 to Wednesday 10/4
ENGL 121G* Composition Social Issues: Food and Environment Jessica Holmes MW 130-320 Friday 9/29 to Wednesday 10/4
ENGL 298/498* Community Literacy Program Elizabeth Simmons-O’Neill TTh 1030-1220 Thursday 9/28 (at noon) to Wednesday 10/4
ENVIR 100 Environmental Foundations Elizabeth Wheat MWF 930-1020 Monday 10/2 to Wednesday 10/4
ENVIR 110 Food and the Environment Ray Hilborn MWF 1230-120 Monday 10/2 to Wednesday 10/4
ENVIR 239* Sustainable Choices Kristi Straus MWF 1230-120 Friday 9/29 to Wednesday 10/4
ENVIR/POL S 384 Global Environmental Politics Karen Litfin TTh 930-1050 Monday 10/2 to Wednesday 10/4
ENVIR/SOC/ESRM/SEFS 379/379/371A/550 Environmental Sociology Stanley Asah TTh 1230-220 Monday 10/2 to Wednesday 10/4
GWSS/PSYCH 357 Psychobiology of Women Nancy Kenney TTh 930-1120 Monday 10/2 to Wednesday 10/4
JSIS 478 F and G* Diaspora Communities in Seattle and Beyond Taso Lagos MW 130-320 TBA
LSJ/POL SC 320/368 International Human Rights Jason Mayerfeld MWF 930-1020 Monday 10/2 to Wednesday 10/4
LSJ/POL SC 327 Women’s Rights as Human Rights Rachel Cichowski TTh 130-320 Monday 10/2 to Wednesday 10/4
PSYCH 403 Motivation Ann Culligan MWF 1030-1150 Monday 10/2 to Wednesday 10/4
PSYCH 451 Health Psychology Deborah Chun MWTh 1230-150 Monday 10/2 to Wednesday 10/4
SOC 110 Survey Sociology Sara Tomczuk MWF 1130-1220 Friday 9/29 to Wednesday 10/4
SOC 270 Social Problems Kara Dillard MW 800-920 Friday 9/29 to Wednesday 10/4
SOC WF 999* Early Start Social Work Community Service Learning Kerrie Murphy N/A TBA
SPAN 392* Experiential Learning Maria Gillman N/A Thursday 9/28 to Wednesday 10/4
SPH 491* Public Health Capstone Deborah Hinchey M 1130-1220 TBA

*Service-learning is required for these courses.