Marcus S. Bateman
GEN ST 199
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.
Students can expect to receive a more extensive knowledge of the university community and their place within that community. Beyond this, students can also expect to learn about various social and political issues facing them as members of a scholastic community and, more generally, as members of society as a whole.
Student learning goals
General method of instruction
The class will meet during its scheduled time and will follow a general pattern of discussion between the instructor and the students (with occasional short, informal, and informational lectures).
To succeed in this course I recommend that students come with a willingness to learn. This willingness to learn includes being open-minded and repectful to all ideas and issues discussed throughout the course.
Class assignments and grading
Assignments are not designed to overload the students. Assignments will aim at improving scholastic skills and introducing the student to resources both on and off campus.
This class is graded on a C/NC scale. C/NC will be awarded on the basis of participation and completion of assigned work.