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GEN ST 101 University Learning Skills (1-3, max. 3)
Introduction to university culture. Practice in skills necessary for academic success, including note-taking, test-taking, writing, active learning, and time and stress management. Academic planning. Introduction to university resources.
Instructor Course Description: Anne D. Browning Jennifer C Schoen Donna Bolima

GEN ST 105 Introduction to Liberal Studies (1-10, max. 10)
Designed to increase the academic proficiencies of new freshmen entering the University. Includes coursework in the liberal arts and sciences and related work in writing, speaking, and mathematics. Introduces students to computing and campus culture. Credit/no-credit only.
Instructor Course Description: Anthony Schmidt

GEN ST 160 Discovery Seminar in the Humanities (5) VLPA
Small intensive seminar focusing on the visual, literary, and performing arts taught during Early Fall Start led by faculty representing a wide spectrum of academic disciplines and interests. Offered: A.

GEN ST 161 Discovery Seminar in Individuals and Society (5) I&S
Small intensive seminar focusing on individuals and society taught during Early Fall Start led by faculty representing a wide spectrum of academic disciplines and interests. Offered: A.
Instructor Course Description: Kathleen Noble

GEN ST 162 Discovery Seminar in the Natural World (5) NW
Small intensive seminar focusing on the natural world taught during Early Fall Start led by faculty representing a wide spectrum of academic disciplines and interests. Offered: A.
Instructor Course Description: Steven L. Buck Steven L Tanimoto Timea Tihanyi

GEN ST 197 Freshman Seminar (1-3, max. 3)
Small-group discussion with faculty representing a wide spectrum of academic disciplines. Topics and approaches vary. Instructor may introduce research techniques or findings, concentrate on readings in his/her area of interest, or illustrate problems and alternatives related to the study of a particular academic discipline. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: AWSp.
Instructor Course Description: Benjamin Aaronson Bruce W Hevly Kathleen Collins Deborah L Pierce Tyler Steven Fox Fred J. Gianola Shawn H Wong Jose A Lucero Japhet Johnstone Jason S. Boyd Jody W Deming Jennifer M. Self Shannon M. Koller James Kurt Xyst Laura Wilbur Mcgarrity Laura Avila Timothy J Mccoy Margaret Pugh O'Mara Noell Bernard Rachel E A Horak Raven Avery Roger E. Bumgarner Sheryl E. Burgstahler Sandor J Kovacs Matthew Sparke Thomas R Andrews John B. Vallier

GEN ST 199 The University Community (1-2, max. 2)
Introduces students to various aspects of the University of Washington community. Includes exploration of university resources and opportunities, and academically related skill development. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: A.
Instructor Course Description: April L Greeson Anjelina B. Hill Amanda Rutherford Alana U. Thorbourne Alex D Llapitan Alexandra Nicole Colley Alex Kim Alodie R Wright Andre M. Bayard Amy Page Anna Dehn Ann K Morris Anneliese M. Cook Andrew J Omahen Arica Langston Arne Nelson Phillps Andrew F Sorba Madison M Aspiri Bernadette J. Bacani Nic Mcgrue Brian C. White Cassandra L. Petz Caralee Bradshaw Catherine M. Challender Scott C. Champion Christine K. Ito Lauren M. Ciszak Carolyn Thayer Hannah Cook Colin Rehm Christine E Wang Darin Allen David Cole Damaly S Wingert Emily B. Feldman Edison W Tsui Erica Hail Marshall Erin H Shields Frederick Choe Katherine M. Forsythe Gregory J D Smith Anna Hon Austin L Houvener Jason Gadek Jessica Brophy Jack Chan Jean H Blatchford Jennifer L Liu Jessa Kerston Jami J Larson Jeannie Kim Nguyen Jordan Collier Jun Bom Yi Karli Casto Katherine L Brown Katie Utehs Katrina Mendizza Kara Braun Kelly K Shontell Kaitlyn M. Kessel Kristopher Kollmeyer Kimberly M. Reid Peter J Kobylarz Kohl Crecelius Kwaku Jebuni-Frimpong Laura Ochoa Matthew S. Dela Cruz Megan Ann Gribbin Priscilla Min Seema Mody Marcus S. Bateman Myra A. Branch Nathan R Kenney Nathaniel R. Block Madeline Ross Smith James Chiang Peter Gilbreath Linnell J. Pitt Raz Barnea Tyler Ready Rachel Nikol Dentel Candice Vera Ro Rose I. Stevens Teena M. Curry Tia B. Harvey Tiffany Lewis Veneta I Tashev Virginia Towne Anthony Schmidt Andres Moon Holly J Graves

GEN ST 297 Undergraduate Seminar (1-3, max. 3)
Small-group discussion with faculty representing a wide spectrum of academic disciplines. Topics include faculty's research techniques or findings, concentrated reading in his/her area of interest, or illustrated problems and alternative related to the study of a particular academic discipline. Class structure varies based on instructor. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: AWSp.
Instructor Course Description: Andrea L Crosby Benjamin Aaronson Christine Di Stefano Deborah L Pierce Stanley Choi

GEN ST 300 Colloquium on Education, Learning, and Society (1, max. 3) I&S
Creates a learning community among Education minor students and their instructors. Students learn from researchers and practicing educators about current pedagogical projects and theories. Fosters self-reflexive projects to build understanding of learning pathways.

GEN ST 340 Community Fieldwork: Law (1-5, max. 5)
Credit/no-credit only.

GEN ST 341 Community Fieldwork: Law (1-5, max. 5)
Credit/no-credit only.

GEN ST 342 Community Fieldwork: Health (1-5, max. 5)
Credit/no-credit only.

GEN ST 343 Community Fieldwork: Health (1-5, max. 5)
Credit/no-credit only.

GEN ST 344 Community Fieldwork: Social Services (1-5, max. 5)
Credit/no-credit only.
Instructor Course Description: Francesca Che Lo Matthew J Wojciakowski Kathryn E. Pursch

GEN ST 345 Community Fieldwork: Social Services (1-5, max. 5)
Credit/no-credit only.

GEN ST 346 Community Fieldwork: Education (1-5, max. 5)
Credit/no-credit only.
Instructor Course Description: Mary K Mcnair

GEN ST 347 Community Fieldwork: Education (1-5, max. 5)
Credit/no-credit only.

GEN ST 348 Community Fieldwork: Special Topics (1-5, max. 5)
Credit/no-credit only.
Instructor Course Description: Francesca Che Lo

GEN ST 349 Community Fieldwork: Special Topics (1-5, max. 5)
Credit/no-credit only.
Instructor Course Description: Matthew J Wojciakowski

GEN ST 350 Independent Fieldwork (1-6, max. 18)
Independent fieldwork in community agencies, apprenticeships, internships, as approved for College of Arts and Sciences credit. Faculty sponsor and internship supervisor are required. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: AWSpS.
Instructor Course Description: Patrick M. Chidsey Kristine M. Kero Lynnea L. Erickson Timothy J Mccoy Susan J. Templeton

GEN ST 391 Supervised Study in Selected Fields (*, max. 15)
Special supervised study in a field represented in the College of Arts and Sciences. Faculty supervisor required. Offered: AWSpS.
Instructor Course Description: Anne D. Browning Margaret Alison Wylie Connie S. Montgomery Jessica E Salvador Gene Kim Laura J. Harkewicz Joseph Boldan Jentery F Sayers Jennifer Kort Halpin Leanne Wiles Namura K Nkeze Peter M. Gruen Stevan Harrell Verletta S. Kern Xuan Zheng

GEN ST 470 Undergraduate Peer Instructor Practicum (1-3, max. 12)
Provides instruction in group leadership and promotion of values and methods of learning within a university setting. For Peer Instructors in the FIG and TRIG programs. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: AWSpS.