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Spring Quarter 2022 Time Schedule

GENERAL STUDIES
(COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES )

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Restr   SLN  ID Cred    Meeting Times     Bldg/Rm       Instructor                 Status Enrl/Lim   Grades  Fee Other
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GEN ST   197  FRESHMAN SEMINAR
***GEN ST 197 ALL SECTIONS*** FOR INFORMATION ABOUT THESE AND OTHER FRESHMAN SEMINARS NOT LISTED IN THIS SCHEDULE, GO TO THE FRESHMAN SEMINAR WEB PAGE AT: http://fyp.washington.edu/?page id=43 OR VISIT MGH 120.
Restr  14951 A  1       M      230-320    DEN  110      Oehme,Annegret             Open     10/  18  CR/NC               
                        WHO IS "US"? DIVERSITY IN THE                               
MIDDLE AGES

QUESTIONS: GENST@UW.EDU
COURSE DESCRIPTION:
HTTP://COLLEGIUM.UW.EDU/
FRESHMEN ONLY OR FRESHMAN WITH
SOPH/JR STANDING
      >14952 B  1       to be arranged                                                       0/  18  CR/NC               
                        QUESTIONS: GENST@UW.EDU                                     
COURSE DESCRIPTION:
HTTP://COLLEGIUM.UW.EDU/
FRESHMEN ONLY OR FRESHMAN WITH
SOPH/JR STANDING
      >14953 C  1       to be arranged                                                       0/  18  CR/NC               
                        GENST@UW.EDU                                                
COURSE DESCRIPTION:
HTTP://COLLEGIUM.UW.EDU/
FRESHMEN ONLY OR FRESHMAN WITH
SOPH/JR STANDING

GEN ST   297  UNDERGRAD SEMINAR
      >14956 C  1       F      230-320    LOW  219                                           0/  30  CR/NC               
       14958 E  1       T      1000-1050  HRC  145      Santiago,L                 Open     22/  30  CR/NC               
                        CAREER EXPLORATION & PLANNING                               
RECOMMENDED FOR 1ST & 2ND YEAR AND
TRANSFER STUDENTS
QUESTIONS: LSANTI@UW.EDU
       14959 F  1       T      230-420    OUG  141      POUX,D                     Open     31/  50  CR/NC               
                        APPLYING TO HEALTH PROFESSIONAL                             
SCHOOL. FOR INFO: EMAIL
DANPOUX@UW.EDU
       14960 G  1       M      1000-1120  DEN  258      Eli,Kat                    Closed   25/  25  CR/NC               
                        BE REAL: MINDFULNESS PRACTICES FOR                          
WELL BEING INCREASE YOUR AWARENESS,
HONE YOUR FOCUS, AMPLIFY YOUR
PERSONAL WELL-BEING AND SHARPEN YOU
MIND
EMAIL KATELI@UW.EDU FOR INFO
       14962 I  1       Th     330-420    DEN  258      Schmidt,S                  Closed   30/  30  CR/NC               
                        FUTURE-ISH: EXPLORING THE SCIENCE,                          
DESIGN, AND CULTURE SHAPING THE
FUTURE
QUESTIONS: GENST@UW.EDU
       14963 J  1       Th     1000-1120  SMI  309      Eli,Kat                    Closed   26/  25  CR/NC               
                        BE REAL: MINDFULNESS PRACTICES FOR                          
WELL BEING INCREASE YOUR AWARENESS,
HONE YOUR FOCUS, AMPLIFY YOUR
PERSONAL WELL-BEING AND SHARPEN YOU
MIND
EMAIL KATELI@UW.EDU FOR INFO
Restr  14964 K  2       M      230-320    OUG  136                                 Open     51/  60  CR/NC               
                        GETTING TO YEAR 2: BUILDING A                               
MEANINGFUL SECOND YEAR AND BEYOND
THIS CLASS AIMS TO PROVIDE SPRING
QUARTER, FIRST YEAR STUDENTS WITH
A
OPPORTUNITY TO REFLECT ON THE
PAST
YEAR, WHILE PROVIDING TANGIBLE,
AND
PROACTIVE OPPORTUNITIES TO
PREPARE
FOR A MEANINGFUL SECOND YEAR AND
BEYOND.
MORE INFO:
WASHINGTON.EDU/UAA/ADVISING/SINGL
E
-PAGES/GETTING-TO-YEAR-2/
       14965 KA  QZ     W      230-320    MGH  254                                 Closed   30/  30                      
       14967 KC  QZ     W      230-320    DEN  212                                 Open     21/  30                      
      >14969 KE  QZ     W      230-320    SAV  166                                           0/   1  CR/NC               
      >14970 KF  QZ     W      230-320    CMU  230                                           0/   1  CR/NC               
Restr  14971 L  1       T      230-320    JHN  111                                 Open     34/  50  CR/NC               
                        GLOBAL ENGAGEMENT: CRAFTING A                               
CONNECTED EDUCATION
THIS COURSE PROVIDES
STUDENTS W/ AN OPPORTUNITY TO
PREPARE FOR MEANINGFUL
GLOBAL ENGAGEMENT EXPERIENCES
INFO:
WASHINGTON.EDU/UAA/ADVISING/SINGL
E-PAGES/GLOBALENGAGEMENT
Restr  14972 M  1       Th     230-320    JHN  111                                 Closed   52/  50  CR/NC               
                        CATALYZING RESEARCH: THE ELEMENTS                           
OF INVOLVEMENT
THIS COURSE PROVIDES
STUDENTS W/ AN OPPORTUNITY TO
PREPARE FOR MEANINGFUL
ENGAGEMENT IN UNDERGRADUATE
RESEARCH
INFO:
WASHINGTON.EDU/UAA/ADVISING/SINGL
E-PAGES/CATALYZING-RESEARCH/

GEN ST   346  FIELDWK EDUC
      >14974 A  2       W      600-820P   EXED 110      Sataraka,S                           0/ 120  CR/NC               
                        JUMPSTART LEADERS: EMAIL                                    
JSTART@UW.EDU WITH QUESTIONS

GEN ST   347  FIELDWK-EDUCATION
      >14975 A  1-3     TTh    330-450    DEN  113      Guillen,Carlos Joseph               30/  35  CR/NC               
                        STUDENT LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT:                             
FIRST YEAR TRANSITIONS (OL)
      >14976 C  1-3     to be arranged                  Guillen,Carlos Joseph                0/  30  CR/NC               
                        TBA OL SECTION. EMAIL                                       
FYP@UW.EDU FOR ADD CODE.

GEN ST   349  FIELDWK,SPECIAL
      >14977 A  1       T      530-720P   SMI  205      Laxague,Jennifer                     0/  90  CR/NC               
                        PEER HEALTH EDUCATION (PHE) IN                              
HEALTH & WELLNESS
MORE INFO: LIVEWELL.UW.EDU
      >14978 B  1       T      400-650    MGH  134      Smith,J                             11/ 125  CR/NC               
                        NON-PROFIT MENTORSHIP                                       
QUESTIONS & ADD/DROP CODES:
JESMITH2@UW.EDU
      >14979 C  1       W      400-650    MGH  134      Smith,J                             12/ 125  CR/NC               
                        NON-PROFIT MENTORSHIP                                       
QUESTIONS & ADD/DROP CODES:
JESMITH2@UW.EDU

GEN ST   350  INDEPENDENT FLDWK
      >14980 C  1-6     to be arranged                  Herb,Daniel A                       12/  20E CR/NC               
                        PUBLIC SECTOR ONLINE INTERNSHIP                             
COURSE: FOR INFORMATION ABOUT GEN S
350 PLEASE VISIT
HTTPS://BIT.LY/3WMUL7I
FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT
INTERNSHIP CREDIT, EMAIL
GENST350@UW.EDU
      >14981 D  1-6     to be arranged                  Cornforth,Kathryn Pursch            16/  20E CR/NC               
                        PRIVATE SECTOR ONLINE INTERNSHIP                            
COURSE: FOR INFORMATION ABOUT GEN
ST 350 PLEASE VISIT
HTTPS://BIT.LY/3WMUL7I
FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT
INTERNSHIP CREDIT, EMAIL
GENST350@UW.EDU

GEN ST   391  SUP STDY SEL FIELDS
 IS   >14982 A  VAR     to be arranged                                                       6/  30E CR/NC               
                        APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE AT                                   
HTTPS://SAS.UAA.UW.EDU/PAGES/UW-
GENERAL-STUDIES/#ANCHOR2
      >14983 B  1-4     to be arranged                  Sperry,T                             3/  25E CR/NC               
                        EIP STUDENTS ONLY                                           
ADD CODE FROM INSTRUCTOR
      >14985 D  2       W      330-450    BAG  261      Huante,A                            50/  55  CR/NC               
                        CAMP FRESHMAN RETENTION SEMINAR:                            
LEARNING TO NAVIGATE ACADEMIC LIFE
IN A RESEARCH INSTITUTION
      >14986 E  1       Th     230-320    MGH  248      Grubbs,Kathryn                       7/  25  CR/NC               
                        ROBINSON CENTER EXPERIENTIAL LEARNI                         
NG
SEMINAR
EEP/UWACAD STUDENTS ONLY
QUESTIONS/ADD CODES: KGRUBBS@UW.EDU
      >14987 F  1-3     to be arranged                  Wiles,LeAnne Jones                   0/  40  CR/NC               
                        FIRST YEAR PROGRAMS STUDENT                                 
LEADERSHIP COURSE (RETURNING)
      >14989 H  2       MW     1230-120   *    *        Cenci,Erica                         38/  40  CR/NC               
                        ADULTING 101 - THE TRANSITION OUT                           
OF COLLEGE SPORTS
SENIORS OR POST-BACC STUDENT-ATHLET
ES
ONLY
QUESTIONS/ADD CODES:ECENCI@UW.EDU
COURSE HELD IN CSH ROSE AUDITORIUM
      >14990 I  2-3     to be arranged    *    *        Fonseca,M                            0/  25  CR/NC               
                        SAB-LEADERSHIP AND CAMPUS                                   
ENGAGEMENT
      >14991 J  2       TTh    230-320    KNE  110      Olivera,Jon A.                      34/ 215                      
                        EOP SCHOLARS ACADEMY PORTFOLIO &                            
PRESENTATION SEMINAR
EOP SCHOLARS ONLY
      >14992 K  1-4     T      330-450    ARC  160      Sperry,T                            10/  25  CR/NC               
                        MCNAIR SCHOLARS SEMINAR - GRADUATE                          
SCHOOL PLANNING
MCNAIR SCHOLARS ONLY
      >14993 L  1       W      1130-1220  JHN  022                                           0/  30  CR/NC               

GEN ST   470  UG PEER INSTR PRACT
      >14995 A  1-3     T      230-420    NAN  181      Coletta,Meghan                      36/  50  CR/NC               
                        STUDENT LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT:                             
FIRST YEAR TRANSITIONS (FIG). THIS
CLASS WILL BE HELD IN PERSON, NO
HYBRID OPTIONS WILL BE OFFERED.
      >14997 C  1-3     W      230-420    ARC  160      Coletta,Meghan                      39/  45  CR/NC               
                        STUDENT LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT:                             
FIRST YEAR TRANSITIONS (FIG). THIS
CLASS WILL BE HELD IN PERSON, NO
HYBRID OPTIONS WILL BE OFFERED.
      >14999 E  1-3     F      830-1020   OUG  141      Wiles,LeAnne Jones                  39/  50  CR/NC               
                        STUDENT LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT:                             
FIRST YEAR TRANSITIONS (FIG). THIS
CLASS WILL BE HELD IN PERSON, NO
HYBRID OPTIONS WILL BE OFFERED.
      >15000 F  1-3     F      830-1020   *    *        Wiles,LeAnne Jones                   0/  30  CR/NC               
                        STUDENT LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT:                             
FIRST YEAR TRANSITIONS (FIG)
      >15001 G  1-3     to be arranged                  Coletta,Meghan                       4/  30  CR/NC               
                        STUDENT LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT:                             
FIRST YEAR TRANSITIONS (FIG)