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Spring 2015

Online Teaching & Leadership

TAL 493, Section: 01
Days/Times: Tuesdays, 5:30 PM - 8:20 PM
Room: Allen Hall 206
Professor: Dr. Craig Wilson
Course Overview: Introduction to teaching-learning process in online learning environments, including asynchronous modalities, assessment and evaluation, technology and digital copyright usage.


Writing the Research Paper

ENG 333, Section: K1
Days/Times: Monday & Wednesday, 6:20PM - 7:40PM
Room: Merrick 204
Professor: Danielle Houck
Course Overview: Advanced techniques in conducting research and writing the research paper. Use of traditional library resources, on-line searches, the Internet, and other research methods. Strategies for effective presentation of research findings. Students not in the Bachelor of General Studies program need permission of instructor.


Summer 2015

Writing the Research Paper (Summer A)

ENG 333, Section: 1G
Days/Times: Tuesday & Thursday, 6:00PM – 9:35PM
Room: To be Determined
Professor: To be Determined
Course Overview: Advanced techniques in conducting research and writing the research paper. Use of traditional library resources, on-line searches, the Internet, and other research methods. Strategies for effective presentation of research findings. Students not in the Bachelor of General Studies program need permission of instructor.


Gender Translation and Identity in US Latina/o Cultural Productions (Summer B)

MLL 321, Section: 1U
Days/Times: Monday & Wednesday, 5:30pm – 9:05pm
Room: To be Determined
Professor: Francisca Aguilo Mora
Course Overview: Topics is Comparative Literature
This course focuses on autobiographical narratives and narratives of identity formation from U.S. Latino authors and performers. The primary focus of the course will be the novelized autobiography spanning from the 1970s to the current day. The texts will be analyzed in comparison with traditional readings of autobiography, and will demonstrate how contemporary formations of narrative identity challenge the traditionally rigid parameters that define autobiography as a literary genre. Theoretical essays will help us to understand the contexts (cultural and historical) in which these contemporary narratives are being produced.


Fall 2015

Writing the Research Paper

ENG 333, Section: K1
Days/Times: Monday & Wednesday, 6:25pm – 7:40pm
Room: To be Determined
Professor: To be Determined
Course Overview: Advanced techniques in conducting research and writing the research paper. Use of traditional library resources, on-line searches, the Internet, and other research methods. Strategies for effective presentation of research findings. Students not in the Bachelor of General Studies program need permission of instructor.


Political Communication

COS336, Section: 79
Days/Times: Thursday 6:00pm - 8:40pm
Room: To be Determined
Professor: David Steinberg
Course Overview: A review of the history, strategies, theories and trends in political campaign communication in the United States.