New Civic Engagement Classes

These courses are currently being offered and have recently been approved for CE Cornerstone credit, so students currently enrolled will benefit from the designation.


NEW Winter/Spring 2014 Civic Engagement Classes

 

Fall (2013)                                                                                                                                          

These courses are currently being offered and have recently been approved for CE Cornerstone credit, so students currently enrolled will benefit from the designation.

ENGW 202 Writing About Disability*                        ENGL 223 Native American Literature

 

Winter (2014)                                                                                                                                                            

CIV 255/PSJ 255 Healthy Lifestyles in Community

In this course students will work with community groups to provide outreach and education on a variety of possible healthy lifestyle topics. (2 credits, Bevin McCarthy, M-F, 9:00 AM-noon)

Additional CE options in Winter:        GSS/HUM/PSJ 310 Travel in India

PSJ 230 Navajo Service Learning       CIV 110 or CIV 111 Civic Engagement Project

 

Spring (2014)                                                                                                                                                 

ENGW 202 Writing About Disability*

A writing intensive course and intro. to Disability Studies. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing or above (30 or more completed credits).  (4 credits, Tim Thompson, MW 2:15-3:50 PM)

 

CIV 317 Introduction to Grant Writing and Non-Profit Fundraising  (currently under review)        

 (2 credits, Instructor TBA, Th 4:30-6:05 PM)            

 

CIV 255 Community-Engaged Regenerative Design*           

Students who successfully complete the course will earn their Permaculture Design Certification.   (4 credits, Terry O’Day, M/W 3:30-5:50)

 

Additional CE options in Spring:

 

APTH 215 Applied Theatre Workshop

APTH 315 Applied Theatre Workshop II

BA/PSJ 359 Community Tax Engagement

BIOL 160 Companion Animal Science*

GSS 341 Service for Gender Equity

PH 380 Publich Health Practicum*

PHIL/PSJ 202 Ethics and Society

PSJ 105 Introduction to Civic Engagement

PSJ 305 Advanced Civic Engagement

PSJ 315 Civic Engagement Mentoring

PSY 310 Community Psychology*

SOCWK 100 College 3D

SOCWK 301 Macro Social Work Practice

SPAN 325 Mex-Amer Cultural Exploration 

WORL 355 Mentor and Tutor in Languages*

WORL 365 Teaching Language and Culture in Elementary Schools*

CIV 110 & CIV 111 Civic Engagement Project

 

PLUS: GSS 355 Using Multi-Media for Sexual Health Promotion (Fall 2013) and SOC 360 Critical Race Theory* (Spring 2014) are likely to come under review soon for CE designation.  Additionally, we are working on a mechanism for students to complete an independent civic engagement project (CIV 110 or CIV 111) over more than one semester.  

 

If you have questions, please contact Stephanie Stokamer (stok@pacificu.edu, x1571) or Bevin McCarthy (bevin@pacificu.edu, x1573) in the Center for Civic Engagement.


Posted by Center for Civic Engagement (cce@pacificu.edu) on Oct 18, 2013 at 4:05 PM

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