Category Archives: Course of Interest

Mentoring Class for Fall Quarter

Attention, Juniors & Seniors! Gain Experience and Make a Difference Be a Tutor-Mentor: EDUC 401 L & M UW’s Academic Support Programs is offering a service-learning seminar titled “EDUC 401: Higher Education Tutoring and Mentorship” in Autumn Quarter 2015. This … Continue reading

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Fall quarter course: Sexually Transmitted Infections: Causes and Consequences

New course for fall 2015… EPI 220: Sexually Transmitted Infections: Causes and Consequences EPI 220 – Flyer This introductory-level course is designed for undergraduate students at all levels and is intended to complement other courses in epidemiology and infectious diseases … Continue reading

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Spring quarter course – Global Perspectives on Reproductive Health

Global Perspectives on Reproductive Health Spring 2015, Mondays and Wednesdays from 3:00 – 4:20pm Health Sciences Building, K-069 (located next to Rotunda Café) The Global Perspectives on Reproductive Health c is a 3 credit course open to undergraduates (GH 490 C) … Continue reading

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New Spring Pre-Health course still has room!

B H 201: Topics in Bioethics New hybrid course, Spring 2015, Tuesdays 2:30-4:30, 201 Gowan Hall  THIS COURSE STILL HAS SPACE. Freshmen and sophomores welcome!   Ethics | biology | medicine | life sciences | biotechnology | politics | law | … Continue reading

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Spring 2015: Literacy Through Photography course

Does the idea of sharing the magic of photography and writing with elementary students sound intriguing to you? Then check out this Inner Pipeline seminar for Spring 2015: Literacy Through Photography (LTP) LTP encourages students to find their voice through … Continue reading

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Intro to Environmental Health course for spring

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ENV H 447/547 Environmental Change and Infectious Disease

ENV H 447/547 Environmental Change and Infectious Disease Prerequisite: either EPI 320 or BIOL 220 or permission of instructor (Gerard Cangelosi: gcangelosi@uw.edu) This course addresses the impacts of environmental change (including climate change) on infectious disease. Concepts include categories of … Continue reading

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Spring Quarter Class: Medicine, History, and Society

HSTCMP 410 Medicine, History, and Society (5) I&S Investigates the origins of aspects of contemporary life form vitamins, to giving birth in a hospital, bringing a historical perspective to topics including the politics of pharmaceuticals, the emergence of genetic determinism, … Continue reading

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ENV H 417: Case Studies in Children’s Environmental Health Disparities

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ENV H 490C/590E: One Health: Human and Animal Health in a Changing Environment

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The Spring 2015 Community Literacy Program

The English Department offers courses each quarter of interest to students considering careers in teaching and related fields. For Spring 2015, our featured course is the Community Literacy Program: faculty.washington.edu/esoneill/clp The Spring 2015 Community Literacy Program will be taught by … Continue reading

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New spring qrt course: Global Health Justice LAW 305

Law 305: Global Health Justice for juniors and seniors.  The schedule is MW 10:30-11:45 in the Law School, room 117. Health disparities are increasingly recognized as both a symptom of social injustice and a threat to our collective future. The course explores … Continue reading

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UW Epidemiology is offering two undergraduate courses for Spring 2015

UW Epidemiology is excited to announce two new undergraduate course offerings for Spring 2015. EPI 201 – Outbreak Investigation and Response Take a step into the world of an outbreak investigator with Epidemiology 201: Outbreak Investigation and Response, a new … Continue reading

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Pre-Health Students: Looking for a Last-Minute Leadership/Service Opportunity?

Academic Support Programs, which runs the Gen Studies 101 classes to help struggling students, is looking for Tutor Mentors for Winter Quarter. Tutor mentors work closely with Gen Studies 101 students to help them master academic and life skills such … Continue reading

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Global Health, Human Rights, and the Rights of the Child in Cambodia

Law H516, Global Health GH 590, College of Education EDLPS 600, International Studies JSIS 596 This course offers a unique, multidisciplinary study and research opportunity in Cambodia. Focusing on health and human rights of women and children, particularly those who … Continue reading

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