Arms & the Manosphere

Thursday, March 23, 2017 - 6:00pm to 7:30pm
White Hall, Classroom Building 110

Literature In Veterinary Parasitology

Advanced study of current topics in veterinary parasitology. The course is comprised of student-led discussions based upon readings taken from current literature in the discipline. Emphasis will be placed on the critical analysis and understanding of the experimental basis for current concepts in veterinary parasitology.


Sw Prac Within Orgnztns & Communities I

This social work practice course explores theories and practice approaches appropriate for work with organizations and community systems. Recognizing the structural determinants of individual and family wellbeing, the course focuses on a strengths-based approach to engaging, assessing, and planning evidence-based interventions for clients at the macro level. Students will explore community practice models that aim to: empower marginalized populations, build human capacity, advocate for just policy, and create sustainable political, economic, environmental, and social justice.


Intro To Sw: Profssnl Behavior & Ethics

Students are introduced to the roles, responsibilities, and professional behaviors of social work, and the place of ethics and professionalism in social work practice. The development process of morality and professional ethics and the use of self-reflection and professional use of self in direct social work practice are examined.


Und Pvrty, Inqlty, & Injstce: Found Prac

Poverty, inequality, and inequity are among the most pervasive social problems of our time. This course explores the causes and consequences of inequity and inequality and focuses on understanding the experiences of vulnerable and at risk populations in the 21st Century. An exploration of historical and current context of social problems will utilize a social justice framework and will allow students to understand the complexities of social problems as faced by the vulnerable population's social work serves and how social work defines and addresses these issues.


Understanding Theory In Sw Practice

SW 620 presents theory as a tool for understanding human behavior and serves as a theoretical foundation for understanding human behavior and subsequent social work intervention. Specific attention is paid to incorporating theories that are evidence based and knowledge informed in being able to understand clients within the larger context of their environment.


A&S 140-007

Focus: Connect And Recover

Meeting time: 
MW 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Course Description

This course is designed to assist students in preparation for the continuing academic rigors of coursework in the College of Arts and Sciences majors. Through lectures, discussions, exercises, and out-of- class assignments, A&S 140: FOCUS: Connect and Recover will enable students to actively develop and maintain skill sets and study habits based on current educational practices and research linked to increased degree completion. Thematic activities will focus on personal and professional development; goal-setting; taking action; developing relationships with students, professors, and advisors; skill development; time management; and discovering and learning how to use college and university based support resources.

Intro To Cultural Resource Management

This course introduces students to the history, theory, and practice of cultural resource management (CRM) in the United States. Topics covered include the legal basis of CRM, the review and compliance process, reporting and consultation requirements, and the business, ethics, and politics of CRM. Assigned readings, case studies, and presentations will emphasize the interdisciplinary nature of CRM practice.


Epidemiology Of The Opioid Epidemic

This course will provide an interdisciplinary and contemporary overview of the epidemiology of substance use and public health approaches to reducing harms related to substance use (e.g., HIV, hepatitis C, overdose). The course will also introduce novel methods used in epidemiologic research on substance use, including strategies for participant recruitment and collection of sensitive behavioral data; interwoven with this content will be discussions of the ethical considerations for research involving people who use drugs.


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