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UNST 1400Introduction to Community Engagement (0 - 1)
This course surveys theories and models of community engagement. Contemporary communities are diverse and interconnected; in order to impact positive social change, members in these communities must understand theories of community engagement. This course will introduce students to theories and models of community engagement including, but not limited to, theories of equity, citizenship, human rights, advocacy, activism, and civil discourse.
Course was offered Fall 2019, Fall 2018
UNST 1899Research Internship (0)
Undergraduate research for provost area programs.
UNST 2200Navigating University Life (1)
This course offers training related to skills of studentship, professional development, or personal development. It will focus on teaching students to impart these skills to their peers. Specific topics determined by instructors.
Course was offered Fall 2019
UNST 2400Introduction to Community Engagement (3)
This course surveys theories and models of community engagement. Contemporary communities are diverse and interconnected; in order to impact positive social change, members in these communities must understand theories of community engagement. This course will introduce students to theories and models of community engagement including, but not limited to, theories of equity, citizenship, human rights, advocacy, activism, and civil discourse.
Course was offered Fall 2019
UNST 2810Introduction to Academic Research (1)
This course is intended for participants in the Undergraduate Student Opportunities in Academic Research (USOAR) program.
UNST 2811Introduction to Academic Research Part II (1)
Offered
Spring 2020
This course is intended for participants in the Undergraduate Student Opportunities in Academic Research (USOAR) program.
UNST 2820Internship for Credit (1)
Offered
Spring 2020
This course is designed to support you as you complete your internship and help you reflect on and learn from your experience. Students who pursue a non-paying summer internship that requires them to receive academic credit can earn credit through this course.
UNST 2895Front Lines of Social Change Part I (1)
FLSC is an engaged scholarship course paired with a year-long internship at the Maxine Platzer Lynn Women's Center. The course is designed to help students understand the dynamics of social justice issues impacting race, ethnicity, gender identities, economically disadvantaged populations and the intersections of these identities. The course also works toward increasing students capacity to empathize and understand how change takes place.
Course was offered Fall 2019
UNST 2896Front Lines of Social Change Part II (1)
Offered
Spring 2020
FLSC Part II provides a structured classroom environment in which students learn about gender equity and social justice issues. Students actively reflect upon their internship experience, discuss and learn about themselves, the workplace, and service organizations. Students will also delve into gender equity issues by examining other topics that Women's Center internship teams address.
UNST 2900Women's Center Senior Internship (1)
This course provides academic credit and support to students who are serving as returning interns in the Women Center's internship program. The course builds on the knowledge and skills developed in FLSC Parts I & II. It provides students with the opportunity for broader engagement with the Women's Center staff and a deeper intellectual exploration of the work done by the Women's Center.
UNST 3510Internship Reflection: Self, Teams, Leadership & Organizations (1)
Offered
Spring 2020
The course requires students to reflect on their professional practice internships through assignments, readings, and class discussion as they gain exposure and deeper understanding of their organization's mission and operations and engage in projects, activities, and career exploration (goals,values, and talents). The course is organized by topic per semester including "Self & Organizations" and "Teams, Leadership & Organizations" (no repeats).
Course was offered Fall 2019, Spring 2019, Fall 2018
UNST 5400Introduction to Community Engagement (1)
This course surveys theories and models of community engagement. Contemporary communities are diverse and interconnected; in order to impact positive social change, members in these communities must understand theories of community engagement. This course will introduce students to theories and models of community engagement including, but not limited to, theories of equity, citizenship, human rights, advocacy, activism, and civil discourse.
Course was offered Fall 2019, Fall 2018
UNST 6400Introduction to Community Engagement (3)
This course surveys theories and models of community engagement. Contemporary communities are diverse and interconnected; in order to impact positive social change, members in these communities must understand theories of community engagement. This course will introduce students to theories and models of community engagement including, but not limited to, theories of equity, citizenship, human rights, advocacy, activism, and civil discourse.
Course was offered Fall 2019
UNST 8130Teaching & Learning in Higher Education (0)
This course is designed to help students critically reflect on current issues, research, and debates relevant to college teaching today, to support their teaching at UVa and beyond. Students will investigate components of effective teaching through readings from education, cognitive psychology, and the scholarship of teaching and learning and through hands-on activities such as peer-observations, syllabus design, and teaching demonstrations. Go to the following link to access website for information about the application process http://pages.shanti.virginia.edu/TLinHE_3/
Course was offered Fall 2014, Fall 2013