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TR 11:10-12:00 PHIL B156 · Tara Scully

This course will combine community-based activities, which take you out into the community to educate them on ecological issues, agricultural problems related to other organisms, and other environmental issues that you will learn in the course. Teams will design, collaborate, and/or implement an act...
BiologyColumbian College of Arts and Sciences98873.51369

M 6:10-8:40pm · Emily Morrison

Fact field fiction
SociologyThe Columbian College of Arts and Sciences10371.5062

M 12:45-2:00 GWSPH 300B · Sara Wilensky

This course is appropriate for public health and non-public health students alike. Students volunteer at public health-related service sites (secured by the student, with assistance from the professor) and connect their service experience to course work relating to serving vulnerable populations. Th...
School of Public Health23336.95158

M 12:45-3:15 COR 104 · Sangeeta Prasad

HSSJ 2172
SociologyColumbian College of Arts and Sciences24299.5498

Lalit Narayan

The George Washington School of Medicine and Health Sciences is committed to enriching medical students' education with meaningful, community-based learning experiences that promote health equity and advance the health of the community in which the University resides. In 2019, the school launched a ...
School of Medicine and Health Sciences67242.8385

TR 4:45-6:00pm Bell 204 · Abbie Weiner

The purpose of this course is to provide students an opportunity to develop an understanding of the theories and principles of interpersonal communication simultaneous within a service-learning environment.
CommunicationThe Columbian College of Arts and Sciences26208.7575

Meghan Hollibaugh Baker

TBD when designated
GW TeachColumbian College of Arts and Sciences4135.008

T/R 11:30-12:45 · Pamela Presser

University Writing Prof. Presser
University WritingColumbian College of Arts and Sciences1495.9733

T/R 2:30-3:45PM LIBR 309 · Pamela Presser

UW 1020 M 54 University Writing
University WritingColumbian College of Arts and Sciences1288.6735

T/R · Pamela Presser

UW 1020
University WritingColumbian College of Arts and Sciences1388.2582

T/R 4:10-5:25PM LIBR 309 · Pamela Presser

UW 1020 M 57 University Writing
University WritingColumbian College of Arts and Sciences1384.5038

R 3:45-4:35 · Mirasol Española

Community development is a key focus area for the First Year Development Program. During the spring semester, first-year business students will have the opportunity to engage in a community development project with a small group within their FYDP class. Gain community engagement experience that may ...
Business AdministrationSchool of Business2080.3432

M 6:10-7:00pm · Carly Whitmer

Community development is a key focus area for the First Year Development Program. During the spring semester, first-year business students will have the opportunity to engage in a community development project with a small group within their FYDP class. Gain community engagement experience that may ...
Business AdministrationSchool of Business1862.9217

W 11:10-12:00 · Mary Rothemich

Community development is a key focus area for the First Year Development Program. During the spring semester, first-year business students will have the opportunity to engage in a community development project with a small group within their FYDP class. Gain community engagement experience that may ...
Business AdministrationSchool of Business1761.1718

M 3:30-6:00pm · David Lee

BME 4920W and 4925 W are Biomedical Engineering's Capstone Design sequence. Students work in teams to solve problems in human health posed by clinicians and researchers who act as clients. Students work with their clients to define what their device must do and how well it must perform. They then cr...
Biomedical EngineeringSchool of Engineering and Applied Sciences4260.001

R 3:30-6:00pm FNGR 210 · Erica Walls

Organizing for Social Justice requires students to plan and implement a project for a DC-area nonprofit.  The course will have an emphasis on the causes, effects, and potential solutions to poverty.
SociologyColumbian College of Arts and Sciences3259.0830

F 11:10-12:00 · Alli Anwyll-Printz

Community development is a key focus area for the First Year Development Program. During the spring semester, first-year business students will have the opportunity to engage in a community development project with a small group within their FYDP class. Gain community engagement experience that may ...
Business AdministrationSchool of Business1855.5016

W 12:45-3:15 · Meghan Hollibaugh Baker

GTCH 3102
GW TeachColumbian College of Arts and Sciences1153.7426

T 11:10-12:00 · Peyton Paradiso

Community development is a key focus area for the First Year Development Program. During the spring semester, first-year business students will have the opportunity to engage in a community development project with a small group within their FYDP class. Gain community engagement experience that may ...
Business AdministrationSchool of Business1751.8418

T 3:45-4:45pm · David Ruda

Community development is a key focus area for the First Year Development Program. During the spring semester, first-year business students will have the opportunity to engage in a community development project with a small group within their FYDP class. Gain community engagement experience that may ...
Business AdministrationSchool of Business1650.0118