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Below are Spring 2015 offerings. Service-learning courses are noted in the course schedule.
Spring 2015 courses with a service-learning component:
ASL 3120: Advanced American Sign Language II - Jimmy Beldon and Anita Harding
COMM 3100: Communicating Across Cultures, Identities and Differences – Margaret McCue-Enser
COMM 4992: Topics: Leadership Capstone – Margaret McCue-Enser
COMM 1000: Introduction to Communication: Women and Social Change – Elizabeth Otto
COMM 4850: Senior Seminar – Joshua Haringa
CORE 1020: The Reflective Woman Part II – Mangan Golden, Deborah Churchill
CORE 3990: Global Search for Justice: Immigrant Experience – Jack Flynn
CORE 1000: The Reflective Woman – Elizabeth Fontaine
DPT 7160: Ethics and Leadership Summit – Debra Selheim
FASH 2150: Sociological Aspects of Dress – Anupama Pasricha
FSNU 3770: Nutrition Education and Counseling-Teri Burgess- Champoux
HHS 6740: Spiritual Wellness (optional) – Janet Marinelli
HLTH 2040: Health Promotion Competencies – Julie Mumm
MBA 6800: Strategic Integrated Marketing Communications – Sara Kerr
MKTG 3350: Buyer Behavior and Market Research- Sarah Rand
NURS 4110: Population-Based Nursing Practice – multiple sections/faculty
NURS 3920: Professional Nursing: Theories, Concepts and Practice – William Vanstralen, Mary Alkire
OSOT 1250: Aging – Rachel Wilson-Stucke
PA: multiple classes – Donna DeGracia
PTA 2260: Learning and Service Through Immersion – Jessica Scholl
PSYC 2025: Lifespan Developmental Psychology – Arturo Sesma
PSYC 2850: SEM I: Psychology Engages the World – Joanne Quarfoth