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Leadership and Public Policy - Evaluation and Analysis
 LPPA 4250Choice and Consequences: The Economics of Public Policy
18563 100Lecture (3 Units)Wait List (4 / 20) 46 / 46Molly JohnsonTuTh 11:00AM - 12:15PMRouss Hall 403
19644 101Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (1 / 10) 23 / 23StaffMo 7:00PM - 7:50PMThe Rotunda Room 150
19645 102Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (3 / 10) 23 / 23StaffWe 6:00PM - 6:50PMThe Rotunda Room 150
18564 200Lecture (3 Units)Open 26 / 46Molly JohnsonTuTh 2:00PM - 3:15PMRouss Hall 403
19646 201Discussion (0 Units)Open 15 / 23StaffMo 6:00PM - 6:50PMNew Cabell Hall 368
19647 202Discussion (0 Units)Open 11 / 23StaffWe 7:00PM - 7:50PMThe Rotunda Room 150
 LPPA 7035Benefit-Cost Analysis
18833 001Seminar (3 Units)Open 24 / 35William ShobeWe 3:30PM - 6:00PMNau Hall 211
 LPPA 7110Economics of Public Policy II
18582 100Lecture (3 Units)Wait List (4 / 10) 43 / 40Jay ShimshackTuTh 9:30AM - 10:45AMMonroe Hall 122
19648 101Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (0 / 5) 20 / 20StaffTu 5:00PM - 5:50PMLower West Oval Room 102
19649 102Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (4 / 10) 22 / 20StaffTu 1:00PM - 1:50PMLower West Oval Room 102
18583 200Lecture (3 Units)Open 32 / 40Jay ShimshackTuTh 12:30PM - 1:45PMMonroe Hall 122
19650 201Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (0 / 5) 21 / 20StaffTu 11:00AM - 11:50AMLower West Oval Room 102
19651 202Discussion (0 Units)Open 11 / 20StaffWe 5:00PM - 5:50PMThe Rotunda Room 150
 LPPA 7160Research Methods and Data Analysis II
18830 100Lecture (3 Units)Open 34 / 44D Tello-TrilloMoWe 8:45AM - 10:00AMMonroe Hall 122
19652 101Discussion (0 Units)Open 19 / 22StaffWe 11:00AM - 11:50AMMaury Hall 110
19653 102Discussion (0 Units)Open 15 / 22StaffTu 2:00PM - 2:50PMLower West Oval Room 102
18831 200Lecture (3 Units)Wait List (0 / 10) 45 / 44Sally HudsonMoWe 10:15AM - 11:30AMMonroe Hall 122
19654 201Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (0 / 5) 24 / 23StaffWe 9:00AM - 9:50AMMaury Hall 110
19655 202Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (0 / 5) 21 / 21StaffTh 5:00PM - 5:50PMMonroe Hall 122
 LPPA 8680Economics of Higher Education Policy
18835 001Lecture (3 Units)Open7 / 10 (11 / 30)Sarah TurnerMoWe 2:00PM - 3:15PMRuffner Hall 173
Leadership and Public Policy - Leadership
 LPPL 2100The Resilient Student: Transition, Thriving, and Leadership
20282 100Lecture (2 Units)Wait List (39 / 199)75 / 75Timothy DavisMo 1:00PM - 1:50PMRuffner Hall G004
20283 101Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (9 / 40)15 / 15StaffWe 12:00PM - 12:50PMNew Cabell Hall 068
20284 102Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (5 / 40)15 / 15StaffWe 12:00PM - 12:50PMBryan Hall 203
20285 103Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (2 / 40)15 / 15StaffWe 12:00PM - 12:50PMRuffner Hall 123
20286 104Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (15 / 40)15 / 15StaffWe 1:00PM - 1:50PMBryan Hall 203
20287 105Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (8 / 40)15 / 15StaffWe 2:00PM - 2:50PMNew Cabell Hall 068
 LPPL 3450Resilient Leadership for Teams and Teammates
18854 001Lecture (3 Units)Open44 / 49Timothy DavisTuTh 11:00AM - 12:15PMGibson Hall 211
 LPPL 4225Leadership and Practice
19657 001Lecture (2 Units)Open3 / 15 (10 / 25)Patricia Lampkin+1Mo 5:00PM - 7:00PMThe Rotunda Room 150
 LPPL 5035Leading and Managing Diverse Groups
19350 001Seminar (3 Units)Open18 / 30Sophie TrawalterWe 2:00PM - 4:30PMMaury Hall 115
 LPPL 6050Leadership in the Public Arena
18856 100Lecture (3 Units)Open 39 / 44Andrew PennockMoWe 3:30PM - 4:45PMMonroe Hall 122
19803 101Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (0 / 5) 8 / 7StaffMo 5:00PM - 5:50PMMonroe Hall 113
19804 102Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (0 / 5) 7 / 7StaffTu 11:00AM - 11:50AMMonroe Hall 113
19806 103Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (0 / 5) 6 / 5StaffWe 11:35AM - 12:25PMMonroe Hall 122
19807 104Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (0 / 5) 8 / 7StaffTh 11:00AM - 11:50AMMonroe Hall 113
20013 105Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (0 / 5) 6 / 6StaffTh 4:00PM - 4:50PMMonroe Hall 113
20563 106Discussion (0 Units)Open 4 / 7StaffTu 11:00AM - 11:50AMPavilion V 109
 LPPL 7055Strategies and Processes of Negotiation
18858 001Seminar (3 Units)Open 22 / 30Eileen ChouTu 3:30PM - 6:00PMRouss Hall 403
Leadership and Public Policy - Policy
 LPPP 3230Public Policy Challenges of the 21st Century
18549 100Lecture (3 Units)Open201 / 205Gerald WarburgMoWe 3:00PM - 3:50PMNau Hall 101
19614 101Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (0 / 25)22 / 22StaffMo 10:00AM - 10:50AMThe Rotunda Room 152
19615 102Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (1 / 25)20 / 20StaffMo 5:00PM - 5:50PMNew Cabell Hall 291
19616 103Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (0 / 25)22 / 22StaffMo 5:00PM - 5:50PMNew Cabell Hall 368
19617 104Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (0 / 25)20 / 20StaffMo 6:00PM - 6:50PMThe Rotunda Room 152
19618 105Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (3 / 25)20 / 20StaffTu 6:00PM - 6:50PMThe Rotunda Room 152
19619 106Discussion (0 Units)Open18 / 20StaffTu 7:00PM - 7:50PMThe Rotunda Room 150
19620 107Discussion (0 Units)Open19 / 20StaffWe 10:00AM - 10:50AMThe Rotunda Room 152
19624 108Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (0 / 25)20 / 20StaffWe 5:00PM - 5:50PMNew Cabell Hall 411
19625 109Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (1 / 25)20 / 20StaffTu 6:00PM - 6:50PMNew Cabell Hall 191
19626 110Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (0 / 25)20 / 20StaffTh 2:00PM - 2:50PMFayerweather Hall 206
 LPPP 3500Special Topics in Social Entrepreneurship
 Measuring Social Impact
19596 001Lecture (3 Units)Open22 / 40Sally HudsonMoWe 2:00PM - 3:15PMRouss Hall 403
 Financial Inclusion
Syllabus  19597 002Lecture (3 Units)Open12 / 30Danielle HopkinsTuTh 9:30AM - 10:45AMMinor Hall 130
 This experiential learning course will explore the history and latest innovations in financial inclusion which has evolved as an industry from microfinance, through the eyes of low-income households in developing countries. Students will gain knowledge in their financial needs and the strategies they use to manage financial risk through analysis of financial diaries and through forming an in-class informal savings and credit group. They will also participate in a simulation of a microentrepreneur, explore the differences between formal and informal financial services by conducting a field-based financial landscape analysis in Charlottesville, apply financial inclusion tools for product design and evaluation, design and pitch national financial education strategies and engage in debates about the role of government and donors, technology and the business case and impact of financial inclusion.
 Leadership for Social Impact
19598 003Lecture (3 Units)Open27 / 30Mary-Elizabeth BruceTu 3:30PM - 6:00PMMinor Hall 130
 Learn data-driven, equity-centered leadership skills (including tools and frames for analysis and strategy development) to drive results in communities. Students will also apply learnings in the examination of a specific issue that they are passionate about in an Applied Leadership Case Study.
 LPPP 3559New Course in Public Policy and Leadership
 Practicl Nonprofit Fundraising
 Practical Nonprofit Fundraising
Syllabus  19285 001Lecture (3 Units)Open28 / 30Erin Hall+2TuTh 9:30AM - 10:45AMRuffner Hall 175
 This is a practical course on fundraising for undergraduates. Participants will get an overview of fundraising theories and strategies and apply what they learn to raise money that another class at Batten will give away through a grant process. The beneficiaries of the grants are local nonprofits focused on one of three key areas: health, hunger, and housing.
 Child Poverty in Schools
19608 002Lecture (3 Units)Open37 / 48Kristen JamisonMoWe 3:30PM - 4:45PMRouss Hall 403
 This discussion-based course focuses on a historical examination of child poverty, including the multi-layer effects of poverty on a child’s development. Students will discuss school reform efforts, such as “turnaround” schools, charter schools, implications of No Child Left Behind and the Every Student Succeeds Act, and teacher evaluations. Further, the barriers that have contributed to the failure of previous reform initiatives—barriers that include social isolation, violence, and the educational system itself—will be identified and analyzed in-depth.
 LPPP 4200Institutional and Political Context of Public Policy
18560 001Lecture (3 Units)Open 39 / 46Paul MartinTuTh 9:30AM - 10:45AMRouss Hall 403
18561 002Lecture (3 Units)Open 44 / 46Paul MartinTuTh 12:30PM - 1:45PMRouss Hall 403
 LPPP 4210Integrating Ethics in Public Policy
18568 001Lecture (3 Units)Open 36 / 45Richard CampanelliTuTh 11:00AM - 12:15PMMonroe Hall 122
18569 002Lecture (3 Units)Wait List (0 / 20) 45 / 45Richard CampanelliTuTh 2:00PM - 3:15PMMonroe Hall 122
 LPPP 4991Capstone Seminar
 Fixing a Dysfunctionl Congress
19257 001Seminar (3 Units)Open 16 / 17Jeffrey BergnerMo 12:30PM - 3:00PMContact Department
 Internt'l Dev. Policy Children
19258 002Seminar (3 Units)Closed 17 / 17Lucy BassettWe 9:30AM - 12:00PMContact Department
 Policy Conflct/Peace in N IRL
19259 003Seminar (3 Units)Open 0 / 20Paul MartinWe 12:30PM - 3:00PMContact Department
Paul MartinFr 12:00AM - 12:00AMTBA
Paul MartinTBATBA
 Developing a New Social Ventur
19262 004Seminar (3 Units)Closed 17 / 17Balashankar MullothWe 3:30PM - 6:00PMGilmer Hall 225
 Health Care Reform
19265 005Seminar (3 Units)Open 13 / 17Raymond ScheppachTh 3:30PM - 6:00PMThe Rotunda Room 150
 LPPP 5540Applied Policy Clinics
 Advocacy & Lobbying Clinic
 Applied Adovocacy Clinic
19338 001Workshop (2 Units)Wait List (3 / 20)10 / 10Brooke LehmannFr 2:00PM - 4:30PMMonroe Hall 122
 This is a very dynamic course that requires flexibility and fluidity from week to week as the actions/inactions of Congress and/or clients will drive the work. The goal of the course is to impart the requisite knowledge and skills necessary for students to become effective advocates/lobbyists moving forward.
 Fiscal Policy Clinic
19339 002Workshop (2 Units)Open6 / 9Galen FountainFr 2:00PM - 4:30PMRouss Hall 403
 Public Interest Data Lab
Website  19340 003Workshop (2 Units)Open9 / 10Michele ClaibournFr 2:00PM - 4:30PMThe Rotunda Room 152
 This spring's lab will work with Charlottesville's Department of Social Services to examine racially disparate outcomes in the foster care system.
 LPPP 5559New Course in Public Policy and Leadership
 Qualitative Research Methods
20068 001Lecture (3 Units)Open1 / 35Brian WilliamsMoWe 3:30PM - 4:45PMMaury Hall 110
 This course provides students an introduction to qualitative research. Students will gain factual knowledge, develop specific competencies and skills, and acquire a broader understanding and deeper appreciation for the value qualitative research adds to public policy research and practice.
 LPPP 6250Policy Analysis
18845 001Lecture (3 Units)Wait List (2 / 10) 44 / 14Daniel PlayerMoWe 12:30PM - 1:45PMMonroe Hall 122
18846 002Lecture (3 Units)Wait List (0 / 10) 32 / 17Daniel PlayerMoWe 2:00PM - 3:15PMMonroe Hall 122
 LPPP 6500Topics in Public Policy
 Multilaterl Envirnmtl Negotiat
19341 001Seminar (1 Units)Open10 / 30Daniel ReifsnyderMo 7:00PM - 9:30PMMonroe Hall 122
 Data Wrangling in Excel
19342 002Seminar (1 Units)Open1 / 30Adam FelderWe 7:00PM - 9:30PMNew Cabell Hall 268
 Nat'l Security,Oversight&Press
19343 003Seminar (1 Units)Open2 / 30Matthew OlsenFr 2:00PM - 4:30PMBryan Hall 328
 Leading Intelligence Policy
20535 004Seminar (1 Units)Open1 / 30Paul BeckerMo 7:00PM - 9:30PMTBA
 Public Health & Health Policy
20543 005Seminar (1 Units)Open0 / 30Raymond ScheppachWe 3:30PM - 6:00PMOld Medical School C001
 LPPP 7559New Course in Public Policy and Leadership
 Nuclear Weapons&Foreign Policy
19599 001Lecture (3 Units)Open15 / 25Todd SechserTh 2:00PM - 4:30PMRuffner Hall G006
 Explores the role of nuclear weapons in international politics. Topics include the causes of proliferation, deterrence and coercion, nuclear strategy, nuclear crisis management, and nonproliferation policy.
 Military Power and War
19605 002Lecture (3 Units)Open17 / 20Brad CarsonTu 3:30PM - 6:00PMMonroe Hall 122
 This course examines the past, present, and future of war, focusing especially on conventional deterrence theory and its applicability to contemporary American foreign policy. We will begin with a thorough review of existing theory, proceeding chronologically from deterrence theory before Hiroshima through the Cold War and Global War on Terror. We will then critically examine the applicability of conventional deterrence theory to contemporary American foreign policy and defense strategy. In particular, we will focus on the value of existing theory to the contemporary strategic environment, as well as the extent to which conventional deterrence theory affects American strategic decisions regarding force sufficiency, posture, and readiness.
 CoProductn:Public&NonProf Svc
20065 003Lecture (3 Units)Open16 / 30Brian WilliamsTu 3:30PM - 6:00PMNew Cabell Hall 332
 Foreign Policy:US toward China
 Leadership in American Policy Toward China
20128 004Lecture (3 Units)Open5 / 18Harry HardingTh 2:00PM - 4:30PMBryan Hall 312
 LPPP 7600Thesis Project
19810 001Independent Study (3 Units)Open 13 / 20Leora FriedbergTBATBA
19812 002Independent Study (3 Units)Open 10 / 20Kirsten GelsdorfTBATBA
19813 003Independent Study (3 Units)Open 9 / 20Jeanine BraithwaiteTBATBA
19814 004Independent Study (3 Units)Open 12 / 20D Tello-TrilloTBATBA
19815 005Independent Study (3 Units)Open 13 / 20Lucy BassettTBATBA
19816 006Independent Study (3 Units)Open 9 / 20Andrew PennockTBATBA
 LPPP 7610Applied Policy Project
19318 001Seminar (3 Units)Open 13 / 20Leora FriedbergMo 3:30PM - 6:00PMThe Rotunda Room 152
19319 002Seminar (3 Units)Open 12 / 20Kirsten GelsdorfWe 5:00PM - 7:30PMDell 1 104
19320 003Seminar (3 Units)Open 10 / 20Jeanine BraithwaiteTu 3:30PM - 6:00PMThe Rotunda Room 152
19321 004Seminar (3 Units)Open 9 / 20D Tello-TrilloTh 9:00AM - 11:30AMContact Department
19322 005Seminar (3 Units)Open 13 / 20Lucy BassettTh 2:00PM - 4:30PMThe Rotunda Room 152
19323 006Seminar (3 Units)Open 11 / 20Andrew PennockFr 9:00AM - 11:30AMMonroe Hall 122
 LPPP 7993Independent Study
20476 001Independent Study (1 - 6 Units)Open1 / 3Jeanine BraithwaiteTBATBA
Leadership and Public Policy - Substantive
 LPPS 3050Introduction to Social Entrepreneurship
19601 001Seminar (3 Units)Wait List (47 / 199)56 / 55Balashankar MullothTh 3:30PM - 6:00PMGilmer Hall 141
 LPPS 3240Terrorism and Counterterrorism
18818 001Lecture (3 Units)Wait List (22 / 50)52 / 50Brad CarsonTuTh 12:30PM - 1:45PMMcLeod Hall 1004
 LPPS 3241Science and Technology Policy for Interns
18819 001Lecture (3 Units)Open0 / 10 (0 / 20)Andrew ReynoldsMo 5:00PM - 7:30PMMechanical Engineering 305
 LPPS 3280Lessons in Leadership: JFK and the Most Personal Office
20001 100Lecture (3 Units)Wait List (30 / 199)120 / 120Larry SabatoMoWe 2:00PM - 2:50PMMinor Hall 125
20002 101Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (6 / 40)20 / 20StaffMo 5:00PM - 5:50PMFayerweather Hall 206
20003 102Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (6 / 40)20 / 20StaffMo 7:00PM - 7:50PMThe Rotunda Room 152
20005 103Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (5 / 40)20 / 20StaffTu 5:00PM - 5:50PMFayerweather Hall 215
20006 104Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (3 / 40)20 / 20StaffTu 7:00PM - 7:50PMThe Rotunda Room 152
20007 105Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (5 / 40)20 / 20StaffWe 5:00PM - 5:50PMNew Cabell Hall 368
20008 106Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (5 / 40)20 / 20StaffTh 5:00PM - 5:50PMNew Cabell Hall 168
 LPPS 3290Social Innovation in Emerging Markets: India and South East Asia
18820 001Lecture (3 Units)Wait List (19 / 199)55 / 55Balashankar MullothTu 3:30PM - 6:00PMMcLeod Hall 1004
 LPPS 3295Global Humanitarian Crises Response
18821 001Lecture (3 Units)Open149 / 150Kirsten GelsdorfTuTh 3:30PM - 4:45PMMinor Hall 125
 LPPS 3410Innovation and Social Impact
18822 001Lecture (3 Units)Wait List (10 / 100)40 / 40Steven ZausnerMo 2:30PM - 5:00PMMcLeod Hall 1003
 LPPS 3470American Healthcare Syst: Challenges & Opportunities
19766 001Lecture (3 Units)Open20 / 48Robert PowersTh 3:30PM - 6:00PMRouss Hall 403
 This course offers an opportunity to learn about the structure and function of the US health care system. Lectures and classroom discussions will cover the history and current status of the education and delivery systems, including comparison with systems in other nations. Topics will include the challenges that face current and future leaders, providers, patients, and policy makers as health care becomes more effective and more expensive. Issues related to manpower, financing, access, disparities, and developing technology will be examined, with discussion of approaches to understanding and addressing significant problems and opportunities.
 LPPS 4730Impact Investing
18824 001Lecture (3 Units)Wait List (13 / 199)30 / 30Michael NoldeMo 3:30PM - 6:00PMWilson Hall 238
 LPPS 4735Experiential Social Entrepreneurship
18825 001Lecture (3 Units)Wait List (2 / 199)24 / 22Christine MahoneyTu 9:00AM - 11:30AMContact Department
18826 002Lecture (3 Units)Wait List (2 / 199)35 / 30Christine MahoneyTu 2:30PM - 5:00PMGilmer Hall 166
 LPPS 5460The Politics of the Budgetary Process
19754 001Lecture (3 Units)Open 3 / 7 (11 / 15)James SavageWe 6:00PM - 8:30PMNew Cabell Hall 207
 LPPS 6715Leadership in U.S. Foreign Policy: Best Practices for Advocates
18827 001Seminar (3 Units)Wait List (5 / 30) 20 / 20Gerald WarburgTu 11:45AM - 2:15PMContact Department
 LPPS 7230US Mental Health Policy
19595 001Lecture (3 Units)Open15 / 20Brooke LehmannMo 2:00PM - 4:30PMClaude Moore Nursing Educ 1120
 This course will explore some of our Nation's most pressing mental health issues and how/what the impact of US federal policy is having on addressing these issues. With sweeping legislation passed just this month, this course will analyze and assess these and other policies and if/how our society is experiencing a true benefit from such laws and appropriations.