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Program for Community-Engaged Scholarship Courses

2018-2019 Spring

The Program for Community-Engaged Scholarship (ProCES) connects students' academic work with their interests in and concerns for our local, regional, national, and international communities. ProCES courses integrate service into the curriculum through community-based research, historical and theoretical reflection on service, or course content that helps students explore and formulate responses to pressing societal issues. Students may also participate in community-engaged learning in a more in-depth matter as part of junior or senior independent work.

The courses below and many others have a community-based or service-oriented component.

AMS 419 American Agrarians
ANT 240 Medical Anthropology
ANT 333 A River Runs Through Us
ARC 384 Design and Planning for Climate Equity:
ART 312 The Art of Living
CEE 304 Environmental Engineering and Energy
CHV 421 Punishment: Theory and Practice
EGR 200 Creativity, Innovation, and Design
EGR 250 EPICS (Non-credit)
EGR 251 Engineering Projects - Community Service
EGR 277 Technology and Society
EGR 350 EPICS (Non-credit)
EGR 351 Engineering Projects - Community Service
EGR 450 EPICS (Non-credit)
EGR 451 Engineering Projects - Community Service
EGR 487 Advanced Design Thinking
EGR 498 Social Entrepreneurship
ENG 387 Writing about Family
ENV 316 Climate Science and Communications
FRE 325 The Confessional Self
FRS 112 Consuming America: Five Food Puzzles
FRS 158 So, You Want To Change the World?
GEO 360 Geochemistry of the Human Environment
GHP 303 Grassroots Power: Health & Social Change
LIN 206 Beginning American Sign Language II
LIN 360 Language Universals and Diversity
MAE 328 Energy for Greenhouse-Constrained World
POL 210 Political Theory
POL 307 The Just Society
POL 334 Immigration Politics, Policymaking U.S.
SOC 207 Poverty in America
SPA 204 Spanish for a Medical Mission in Ecuador
SPA 205 Medical Spanish
SPA 304 Spanish in the Community
STC 309 Independent Design in Engineering and th
TPP 301 Student Learning & Methods for Teaching
WWS 330 Population, Society and Public Policy
WWS 331 Race and Public Policy