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Leadership and Public Policy - Evaluation and Analysis
 LPPA 4240Research Methods and Data Analysis in Public Policy
16907 100Lecture (3 Units)Open 43 / 48Daniel PlayerTuTh 9:30AM - 10:45AMNau Hall 211
16912 101Discussion (0 Units)Open 20 / 24Meagan WaltersMo 6:00PM - 6:50PMThe Rotunda Room 150
16913 102Discussion (0 Units)Open 23 / 24Meagan WaltersMo 11:00AM - 11:50AMNew Cabell Hall 032
16938 200Lecture (3 Units)Wait List (9 / 20) 49 / 48Daniel PlayerTuTh 11:00AM - 12:15PMNau Hall 211
16939 201Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (6 / 10) 24 / 24Cameron HaddadMo 7:00PM - 7:50PMThe Rotunda Room 150
16940 202Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (4 / 10) 25 / 24Cameron HaddadWe 6:00PM - 6:50PMThe Rotunda Room 150
 LPPA 6100Economics of Public Policy I
16895 100Lecture (3 Units)Wait List (0 / 10) 47 / 46Isaac MbitiMoWe 2:00PM - 3:15PMMonroe Hall 122
16896 101Discussion (0 Units)Closed 20 / 19 (26 / 25)Ruth ChecknoffWe 9:00AM - 9:50AMThe Rotunda Room 150
16923 102Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (0 / 5) 27 / 23Ruth ChecknoffMo 4:00PM - 4:50PMNew Cabell Hall 485
16891 200Lecture (3 Units)Open 45 / 46Isaac MbitiMoWe 3:30PM - 4:45PMMonroe Hall 122
16892 201Discussion (0 Units)Open 20 / 23Julia PayneTu 7:00PM - 7:50PMNew Cabell Hall 485
16924 202Discussion (0 Units)Open 19 / 23Julia PayneWe 2:00PM - 2:50PMNew Cabell Hall 332
 LPPA 6150Research Methods & Data Analysis I
16897 100Lecture (3 Units)Wait List (0 / 10) 46 / 46Sally HudsonTuTh 9:30AM - 10:45AMMonroe Hall 122
16898 101Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (0 / 5) 24 / 23Wittney SkigenTu 11:00AM - 11:50AMDell 2 100
16925 102Discussion (0 Units)Open 22 / 23Wittney SkigenTh 4:00PM - 4:50PMMonroe Hall 111
16893 200Lecture (3 Units)Open 42 / 46Sally HudsonTuTh 11:00AM - 12:15PMMonroe Hall 122
16894 201Discussion (0 Units)Open 22 / 23Alex HendelTu 6:00PM - 6:50PMMonroe Hall 118
16926 202Discussion (0 Units)Open 20 / 23Alex HendelTh 5:00PM - 5:50PMMonroe Hall 111
 LPPA 7220Advance Topics in Impact Evaluation
16944 001Lecture (3 Units)Open27 / 40Sally HudsonMoWe 9:00AM - 10:15AMMonroe Hall 122
Leadership and Public Policy - Leadership
 LPPL 2100The Resilient Student: Transition, Thriving, and Leadership
18857 100Lecture (3 Units)Open, WL (12 / 199)101 / 105Timothy DavisMoWe 12:00PM - 12:50PMGilmer Hall 190
18885 101Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (3 / 199)15 / 15Timothy DavisTh 11:00AM - 12:15PMBryan Hall 332
18886 102Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (1 / 199)15 / 15StaffTh 12:30PM - 1:45PMBryan Hall 203
18887 103Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (1 / 199)15 / 15StaffTh 12:30PM - 1:45PMCocke Hall 101
18889 104Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (1 / 199)15 / 15StaffTh 11:00AM - 12:15PMNew Cabell Hall 415
18890 105Discussion (0 Units)Open, WL (3 / 199)14 / 15StaffTh 2:00PM - 3:13PMFayerweather Hall 206
18891 106Discussion (0 Units)Open, WL (1 / 199)14 / 15StaffTh 2:00PM - 3:15PMBryan Hall 203
18892 107Discussion (0 Units)Open, WL (2 / 199)13 / 15StaffTh 3:30PM - 4:45PMBryan Hall 203
 LPPL 3100Foundations of Behavioral Science
16933 001Lecture (3 Units)Closed59 / 59Sophie TrawalterMo 2:00PM - 4:30PMMcLeod Hall 1004
16935 002Lecture (3 Units)Wait List (14 / 199)72 / 72Gabrielle AdamsMo 5:00PM - 7:30PMMcLeod Hall 2004
 LPPL 3210Introduction to Civic Leadership
16909 001Lecture (3 Units)Wait List (24 / 199)74 / 73Eileen ChouTu 3:30PM - 6:00PMClaude Moore Nursing Educ G120
16918 002Lecture (3 Units)Wait List (19 / 199)78 / 75Eileen ChouWe 3:30PM - 6:00PMCampbell Hall 158
 LPPL 3260Value and Bias in Public Policy
16900 001Lecture (3 Units)Wait List (7 / 20) 47 / 47Sophie TrawalterTuTh 12:30PM - 1:45PMRouss Hall 403
16937 002Lecture (3 Units)Open 29 / 47Sophie TrawalterTuTh 3:30PM - 4:45PMRouss Hall 403
 LPPL 7025Values-Based Leadership
18899 001Seminar (3 Units)Open 35 / 40Timothy DavisMoWe 3:30PM - 4:45PMNew Cabell Hall 489
18900 002Seminar (3 Units)Open 36 / 40Timothy DavisTuTh 2:00PM - 3:15PMRouss Hall 403
 LPPL 7410Psychology for Leadership
18661 001Seminar (3 Units)Wait List (1 / 20) 48 / 45Benjamin ConverseWe 10:30AM - 1:00PMMonroe Hall 122
18665 002Seminar (3 Units)Wait List (0 / 20) 46 / 45Benjamin ConverseWe 5:00PM - 7:30PMMonroe Hall 122
Leadership and Public Policy - Policy
 LPPP 2500Special Topics in Leadership and Public Policy
 Project First Gen+ @UVA
 Project First Gen+@ UVA
19844 001Seminar (1 Units)Open19 / 20Michele Claibourn+1Mo 2:00PM - 2:50PMNau Hall 142
 What is the experience of first generation and lower income students at the University of Virginia? How can we improve the institutions at UVA to fully incorporate the talents and experiences of these students? This class explores these questions through a project focused on transforming UVA into a place where first gen and lower income students thrive. Instructor permission required. Preference given to students with demonstrated interest in the subject.
 LPPP 3001Public Policy Writing Lab
16908 001Laboratory (1 Units)Closed 21 / 21James ReedMo 11:00AM - 11:50AMNew Cabell Hall 368
16911 002Laboratory (1 Units)Closed 22 / 21James ReedMo 2:00PM - 2:50PMThe Rotunda Room 150
16930 003Laboratory (1 Units)Open 20 / 21Athena PostWe 10:00AM - 10:50AMThe Rotunda Room 150
16934 004Laboratory (1 Units)Closed 22 / 21Athena PostWe 1:00PM - 1:50PMNew Cabell Hall 315
 LPPP 3200Introduction to Public Policy
16899 100Lecture (3 Units)Wait List (18 / 199)197 / 197Peter JohannessenMoWe 12:00PM - 12:50PMMinor Hall 125
16901 101Discussion (0 Units)Closed19 / 19Chloe CohenMo 5:00PM - 5:50PMNew Cabell Hall 411
16902 102Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (3 / 4)20 / 20Zachary DiamondMo 7:00PM - 7:50PMBrooks Hall 103
16903 103Discussion (0 Units)Open, WL (1 / 1)19 / 20Chloe CohenMo 7:00PM - 7:50PMNew Cabell Hall 027
16904 104Discussion (0 Units)Closed20 / 20Maggie LindenTu 7:00PM - 7:50PMThe Rotunda Room 150
16905 105Discussion (0 Units)Open, WL (1 / 2)18 / 20Lucy SmithTu 7:00PM - 7:50PMNew Cabell Hall 027
16906 106Discussion (0 Units)Closed21 / 20Zachary DiamondWe 11:00AM - 11:50AMNew Cabell Hall 368
16920 107Discussion (0 Units)Closed21 / 20Madison RobertsWe 1:00PM - 1:50PMNew Cabell Hall 395
16921 108Discussion (0 Units)Open, WL (1 / 2)19 / 20Maggie LindenWe 7:00PM - 7:50PMNew Cabell Hall 207
16929 109Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (2 / 3)20 / 20Madison RobertsTh 5:00PM - 5:50PMThe Rotunda Room 150
19191 110Discussion (0 Units)Closed20 / 20Lucy SmithTh 5:00PM - 5:50PMNew Cabell Hall 207
 LPPP 3250Global Development Policy
16950 001Lecture (3 Units)Wait List (3 / 199) 45 / 45StaffTuTh 5:00PM - 6:15PMMonroe Hall 130
 LPPP 3255Comparative Policy History
16927 001Lecture (3 Units)Closed 48 / 46Peter JohannessenMoWe 2:00PM - 3:15PMRouss Hall 403
16936 002Lecture (3 Units)Open 29 / 46Peter JohannessenMoWe 3:30PM - 4:45PMRouss Hall 403
 LPPP 3500Special Topics in Social Entrepreneurship
 Financial Inclusion
20258 001Lecture (3 Units)Open11 / 25Danielle HopkinsTuTh 11:00AM - 12:15PMThe Rotunda Room 150
 This experiential learning course will explore the history and latest innovations in financial inclusion, which has evolved as an industry from microfinance. We will examine financial inclusion from different levels (government, suppliers, consumers), different market segments (women, youth, refugees, entrepreneurs) and across many different country contexts to demonstrate that there is no ‘one-size fits all solution’. Students will gain skills at analyzing the financial diaries of low-income households in the U.S. and in developing countries, conducting field work to evaluate the formal and informal financial landscape in Charlottesville, and an entrepreneurship program at a local non-profit, designing client-centric solutions in response to the financial needs at the household and community level, analyzing data and case studies to develop policy recommendations, evaluating impact and the business case of financial inclusion while at the same time increasing their own personal financial literacy.
 LPPP 4500Topics in Public Policy and Leadership
 Institutions Fail or Flourish
20565 001Seminar (1 Units)Open1 / 5 (2 / 10)Floyd CopelandMo 7:00PM - 9:30PMMonroe Hall 113
 LPPP 4725NGOs in the Policy Arena
 Project focuses on health and mental health in the region surrounding Charlottesville
Website  16946 100Lecture (4 Units)Open17 / 25Paul Martin+1TuTh 9:30AM - 10:45AMThe Rotunda Room 150
 This class is a partnership with the Adiuvans Foundation. We will work with the foundation to make $100,000 in grants to local NGOs working in the areas of health and mental health.
16947 101Laboratory (0 Units)Open17 / 25Paul Martin+1Fr 12:00PM - 2:00PMMonroe Hall 122
 LPPP 5540Applied Policy Clinics
 Police Practices&Collaboration
16959 001Workshop (2 Units)Open6 / 10Brian WilliamsFr 2:00PM - 4:30PMMonroe Hall 122
 This course takes an integrative or collaborative approach to the formulation of public policy to identify and address a problem that adversely impacts a local police department’s relationship with the community that it serves. Students will facilitate dialogues with police officers and residents to (1) name or identify a problem, (2) frame policy options to solve that problem, and (3) decide which policy option to select. This integrative method utilizes an asset-based approach to community, and leverages the action research model to involve members of the public with the police in a diagnostic, active-learning, problem-finding and problem-solving process. These experiences will allow students to learn about issues of power and privilege, to deconstruct stereotypes, to reveal and address implicit bias in working with members from the community, and to identify and engage public servants and community partners in formulating a policy that addresses a shared problem. In essence, students will be exposed to the challenges and benefits of action research efforts related to the co-creation of police policies and practices.
 Advocacy & Lobbying Clinic
18941 002Workshop (2 Units)Closed14 / 10Brooke LehmannFr 2:00PM - 4:30PMBryan Hall 235
 LPPP 6001Foundational Skills Workshop
16960 001Laboratory (1 Units)Wait List (0 / 20) 32 / 30StaffMo 10:30AM - 1:00PMMonroe Hall 122
16961 002Laboratory (1 Units)Open 28 / 30StaffMo 5:00PM - 7:30PMMonroe Hall 122
19154 003Laboratory (1 Units)Wait List (0 / 10) 30 / 30StaffTu 3:30PM - 6:00PMMonroe Hall 111
 LPPP 6350Politics of Public Policy
16945 001Lecture (3 Units)Wait List (1 / 20) 47 / 44John HolbeinTuTh 12:30PM - 1:45PMMonroe Hall 122
18867 002Lecture (3 Units)Open 36 / 44John HolbeinTuTh 2:00PM - 3:15PMMonroe Hall 122
 LPPP 6500Topics in Public Policy
 Lessons in Leadership:R.Reagan
16956 001Seminar (1 Units)Open7 / 20StaffTu 7:00PM - 9:30PMThe Rotunda Room 152
 Psychlogicl Warfare&PopCulture
 Extremist Violence In Film & Literature
16963 002Seminar (1 Units)Open17 / 20Brad CarsonWe 7:00PM - 9:30PMThe Rotunda Room 152
 "Terrorism," wrote the novelist Don DeLillo, "is the language of being noticed." So how does our culture "notice" extremist violence? How is terrorism portrayed in film and in novels? What do film and literature reveal about the definition of terrorism, its significance, and our reaction to it? This class takes popular culture as a jumping off point to a deeper understanding of why people adopt extreme views, often undertake violent acts in the name of those views, and what we as a society can do about it.
 Indo-Pacific Policy Challenges
16966 003Seminar (1 Units)Open15 / 20Paul BeckerMo 7:00PM - 9:30PMNew Cabell Hall 036
 Game Theory
16967 004Seminar (1 Units)Open9 / 20Noah MyungTu 7:00PM - 9:30PMMonroe Hall 114
 Global Food Security Issues
19259 005Seminar (1 Units)Open10 / 20Galen FountainMo 7:00PM - 9:30PMMonroe Hall 114
 GIS for Public Policy
19908 006Seminar (1 Units)Open10 / 20Erich PurpurWe 7:00PM - 9:30PMMechanical Engr Bldg 213
 Data Wrangling in Excel
19969 007Seminar (1 Units)Open8 / 20Adam FelderWe 7:00PM - 9:30PMMechanical Engr Bldg 213
 Climate Politics
20110 008Seminar (1 Units)Open8 / 20Daniel ReifsnyderMo 7:00PM - 9:30PMMonroe Hall 118
 Institutions Fail or Flourish
20608 009Seminar (1 Units)Open1 / 5 (2 / 10)Floyd CopelandMo 7:00PM - 9:30PMMonroe Hall 113
 LPPP 7559New Course in Public Policy and Leadership
 For.Policy Failure:US to China
19258 001Lecture (3 Units)Open12 / 20Harry HardingTh 3:30PM - 6:00PMNew Cabell Hall 389
 Behavioral Economics & PubPol
20549 002Lecture (3 Units)Open4 / 20StaffTuTh 2:00PM - 3:15PMThe Rotunda Room 150
 Standard economic theory assumes that individuals are fully rational decision-makers; however, that is often not the case in the real world. Behavioral economics uses findings from lab and field experiments to advance existing economic models by identifying ways in which individuals are systematically irrational. This course gives an overview of key insights from behavioral science and identifies ways in which these findings have been used to advance policies on education, health, energy, taxation, and more. Additionally, this course will review how government agencies and non-profit organizations have used behavioral insights to improve social policy.
 LPPP 7700Applied Policy Project I
18917 001Seminar (3 Units)Closed 20 / 17Kirsten GelsdorfMo 3:00PM - 5:30PMThe Rotunda Room 150
18918 002Seminar (3 Units)Open 14 / 18Daniel PlayerTu 2:00PM - 4:30PMNew Cabell Hall 315
18921 003Seminar (3 Units)Closed 19 / 18Lucy BassettWe 10:30AM - 1:00PMContact Department
18922 004Seminar (3 Units)Closed 19 / 18Andrew PennockFr 9:00AM - 11:30AMMonroe Hall 122
Leadership and Public Policy - Substantive
 LPPS 3050Introduction to Social Entrepreneurship
16915 001Seminar (3 Units)Wait List (35 / 199)54 / 54Balashankar MullothTu 3:30PM - 6:00PMMcLeod Hall 1004
16948 002Seminar (3 Units)Wait List (19 / 199)54 / 54Balashankar MullothTh 3:30PM - 6:00PMMonroe Hall 124
 LPPS 3240Terrorism and Counterterrorism
16949 001Lecture (3 Units)Wait List (16 / 199)45 / 45Brad CarsonTuTh 3:30PM - 4:45PMClark Hall 101
 What is terrorism? What are the causes of terrorism? What do terrorists want, and can they be thwarted? What policies salve the conditions that give rise to terrorism, and what counter-terrorism policies are most effective to combat this type of violence? Are civil liberties incompatible with counter-terrorism? These—and other controversial questions—will be the subject of this course. We will study theoretical works on terrorism, as well as histories of specific terrorist organizations from across the world. Included in the course are readings not only from journalists, historians, and policymakers, but also fiction writers. The goal of this course is to give students a well-rounded, comprehensive understanding of one of the most pressing national security issues of our time.
 LPPS 3280Lessons in Leadership: JFK and the Most Personal Office
19893 100Lecture (3 Units)Open83 / 200Larry SabatoMoWe 11:00AM - 11:50AMMaury Hall 209
19894 101Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (0 / 10)20 / 20LeAnn GoldingMo 5:00PM - 5:50PMNew Cabell Hall 132
19895 102Discussion (0 Units)Open4 / 20Alexandra ConnellMo 6:00PM - 6:50PMNew Cabell Hall 132
19896 103Discussion (0 Units)Open2 / 20Alexandra ConnellMo 7:00PM - 7:50PMNew Cabell Hall 132
19897 104Discussion (0 Units)Open14 / 20Natalie MooreTu 5:00PM - 5:50PMNew Cabell Hall 332
19898 105Discussion (0 Units)Open2 / 20Natalie MooreTu 6:00PM - 6:50PMNew Cabell Hall 332
19899 106Discussion (0 Units)Open6 / 20Hannah GavinWe 12:00PM - 12:50PMNew Cabell Hall 315
19900 107Discussion (0 Units)Open17 / 20Hannah GavinWe 1:00PM - 1:50PMNew Cabell Hall 032
19901 108Discussion (0 Units)Open3 / 20LeAnn GoldingWe 5:00PM - 5:50PMMonroe Hall 114
19903 109Discussion (0 Units)Open9 / 20Patrick KellyTh 4:00PM - 4:50PMRuffner Hall 173
19904 110Discussion (0 Units)Open6 / 20Patrick KellyMo 5:00PM - 5:50PMNew Cabell Hall 415
 LPPS 3310Police-Community Relations: Problems and Prospects
19112 001Lecture (3 Units)Wait List (5 / 25)30 / 30Brian WilliamsTuTh 11:00AM - 12:15PMMonroe Hall 118
 LPPS 3340H4D: Defense Innovation and Problem-Solving
19109 001Lecture (3 Units)Wait List (9 / 30)30 / 30Brad CarsonWe 3:30PM - 6:00PMBryan Hall 235
 This will be a unique course in which students will work on real problems facing the U.S. Department of Defense. Please note that this is essentially a workshop class - where students will spend many class periods meeting with one another and the instructor. Students will study not only the structures and processes of the various national security agencies but also will gain an understanding of “innovation” and what that word means in the context of public institutions and national security. The class concludes with a presentation of each group's solution to the DoD sponsors.
 LPPS 3360From Inequality to Action
19110 001Lecture (3 Units)Open15 / 25Paul MartinTuTh 12:30PM - 1:45PMThe Rotunda Room 150
 This class includes an activism project at UVA. Students interested in taking this class will need instructor permission. Please indicate your willingness to engage in this live learning environment as you petition to enroll and the types of issues at UVA you would be interested in exploring. Past students have worked on housing issues for transgendered students, access for students with physical disabilities, wages for workers at UVA, paid internships for lower income students, social capital issues for lower income and first generation students, and inclusion and incorporation of students of color within the UVA community.
 LPPS 3370Trauma and the US Public School System
19183 001Lecture (3 Units)Wait List (5 / 199)45 / 45Kristen RoorbachTuTh 12:30PM - 1:45PMMaury Hall 104
 The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the definition of developmental trauma, the impact of trauma on learning and behavior, and to explore current education, health, and social policies that help or hinder the experiences of students who have experienced trauma as they progress through the American public-school system.
 LPPS 3415Sci, Eng, Tech for National Security & Leadership
16932 001Lecture (3 Units)Open2 / 6 (27 / 36)Travis ElliottMo 5:00PM - 7:30PMThornton Hall D222
 LPPS 3460Introduction to Policy & the Legislative Process
 How Landmark Social Policies Have Impacted How We Live, Work, and Die and How to Use the Legislative
19794 001Lecture (3 Units)Open21 / 45Brooke LehmannMoWe 2:00PM - 3:15PMClark Hall 101
 This is a very dynamic course that provides students with an opportunity to learn the fundamentals of our federal government, how federal policy is crafted and passed, and how political and societal influnces drove landmark social policies to become law. Students will also learn how to advocate for federal policies and the tools necessary to influence members of Congress.
 LPPS 4220Comparative Budgeting & Economic Policy
16943 001Seminar (3 Units)Closed4 / 4 (15 / 15)James SavageTu 2:00PM - 4:30PMNau Hall 142
 LPPS 6080Education Policy
16958 001Seminar (3 Units)Open4 / 9 (10 / 16)Beth SchuelerTh 2:00PM - 4:30PMRuffner Hall 125
 LPPS 6710Congress 101: Leadership Strategies
18940 001Seminar (3 Units)Wait List (1 / 10)20 / 20Gerald WarburgTu 11:00AM - 1:30PMContact Department
 LPPS 6765Federal and State Budgeting
16910 001Seminar (3 Units)Open13 / 20Raymond ScheppachWe 3:30PM - 6:00PMThe Rotunda Room 150
 LPPS 6790Health Care Politics and Policy
16965 001Seminar (3 Units)Open11 / 20Raymond ScheppachTh 3:30PM - 6:00PMThe Rotunda Room 152
 LPPS 6810Virginia Politics and Policy
18898 001Lecture (3 Units)Open11 / 20Andrew PennockTh 9:00AM - 11:30AMContact Department
 LPPS 7050The National Security Process
19153 001Seminar (3 Units)Open16 / 30Philip PotterMoWe 2:00PM - 3:15PMNew Cabell Hall 489
 LPPS 7085Modern Techniques in Finance
16951 001Lecture (3 Units)Open17 / 20Noah MyungTu 3:30PM - 6:00PMThe Rotunda Room 150