Courses Approved by Academic Affairs in the

2017-2018 Academic Year

 

The following is a summary of new courses and/or existing course changes approved by the Committee on Academic Affairs during the 2017-2018 academic year.  Course descriptions for these courses will be available in PeopleSoft one week after date of approval.

 

 

 

APPROVAL DATE

Course

Title

Notes

Instructor

01-22-2018

 

Dance interdisciplinary Change

Major

Cynthia Williams

11-28-2017

Galway Program

 

Creadick

02-12-2018

 

Geoscience Department

renumbering

 

01-22-2018

 

Morocco Program

 

 

11-28-2017

Rome Program

 

Aub/Leopardi

01-22-2018

 

Spanish for Bilingual Education

Minor

May Farnsworth

04-19-2018

AFS-315

#blacklivesmatter

 

Yannick Marshall

02-12-2018

AMST 260

Critical Family History

 

Elizabeth Belanger

02-27-2018

AMST 332

Racial Regimes and Antiracisms

 

S. Ani Mukherji

 

04-16-2018

ARCS 300

Retitle to “Architectural Design Studio”

Repeatable Course

Dept. of Arch. Studies

11-28-2017

ARTH 225-99

Italian Visual Culture

 

Leopardi

03-12-2018

ARTH 241

Performance & Installation Art

 

A Szymanek

04-30-2018

ARTS 210

Berlin: Politics of Memory + Space

 

Alysia Kaplan & Gabriella D’Angelo

04-30-2018

ASN 110

Himalayan Challenges

 

Vikash Yadav

10-03-2017

ASN 268

China Goes Global

 

Jinghao Zhou

04-30-2018

 

Off Campus Program:  Barnaul and Altai Province, Russian Fed

 

David Galloway

04-30-2018

 

Off Campus Program:  Berlin, Germany

 

Alysia Kaplan

10-17-2017

BIDS 209

German Voices

 

Walker/Klaus

02-27-2018

BIDS 289

Picture it!

 

Robertson & Minott-Ahl

11-15-2017

BIOL 215

Evolutionary Genetics

 

Bradley Cosentino

02-13-2018

CHEM 199

Introduction to Fermentation Science

 

Josh Newby

04-30-18

 

Off Campus Program Darjeeling/Gangtok Summer Program

 

Vikash Yadav

10-24-2017

ECON 323

Advanced Micro-Economics

 

Greenstein

02-12-2018

EDUC 205

Youth Migrations

 

Naomi Rodriguez

02-12-2018

EDUC 308

Politics of Care

 

Naomi Rodriguez

04-30-2018

EDUC 380

International TEFL Practicum

 

Audrey Roberson

02-13-2018

ENG 113

Environment in Global Literature

 

Alla Ivanchikova

10-17-2017

ENG 273

Crime Fiction

 

David Weiss

01-22-2018

ENG 294

Intermediate Fiction

 

Melanie Hamilton

10-17-2017

ENG 441

Writing Women

 

Anna Creadick

03-30-2018

ENTR 203

Doing Well and Doing Good

 

Rocco Capraro

12-05-2017

ENV 099

ESSYI: Environmental Institute

˝ cr to 1 Cr

Jim Makinster

03-12-2018

FRE 254

French and Francophone Film

 

Courtney Wells

10-31-2017

FSEM 008

Don’t Forger Your Smart Phones

 

Etin Anwar

03-12-2018

FSEM 014

Science Versus Philosophy

 

Lisa Leininger

02-13-2018

FSEM 019

Archaeological Mysteries

 

Leah Himmelhoch

03-12-2018

FSEM 028

Epic Falls

 

G D’Angelo

 

03-23-2018

FSEM 038

Religion and Film

 

John Krummel

03-26-2018

FSEM 041

Playground Physics

 

Leslie Hebb

03-26-2018

FSEM 055

Russians Discover America

 

Kristen Welsh

04-30-2018

FSEM 077

Metacognition and Social Justice

 

Susan Pliner

04-12-2018

FSEM 087

The History of Original Sin

 

Matthew Kadane

04-12-2018

FSEM 091

Earth vs. Humans:

 

David Kendrick

03-26-2018

FSEM 098

Fictional Facts

 

Elana Stennett

03-26-2018

FSEM 106

The Secret Science of Learning

 

Kristin Slade

03-12-2018

FSEM 112

Through the Lens: French Cinema

 

Courtney Wells

04-30-2018

FSEM 124

Is Computing Biased?

 

Joseph Rusinko

05-10-18

FSEM 131

The Mindful Body

 

Donna Davenport

03-12-2018

FSEM 153

Fight ‘N’Flight: Rad Women in Exile

 

M Romero Rivera

04-16-2018

 

Galway Ireland Off Campus Program

 

Jack Harris

04-16-2018

GAL 205

Galway: Community Challenges

 

Jack Harris

11-28-2017

GAL 227

Reading the Irish Environment

 

Creadick

04-23-18

GAL 207

Irish Music Ensemble

.50 CR course

Dianne McMuller Union College( Galway Program)

04-30-2018

HIST284

Africa: From Colonialism to Neocolonialism

Change in Course Descr. Only.

Virgil Slade

10-24-2017

HIST 345

The Racial Construction of America

 

Janette Gayle

02-12-2018

HIST 351

Freud and the Problem of Authority

 

Derek S. Linton

10-03-2017

LGBT 209

Queer of Color Critique

 

Martin-Barron and White

04-30-2018

 

Revisions to Men’s Studies Minor

 

 

04-23-2018

MNST 101

College Men

 

Rocco Capraro

04-23-2018

MNST 301

Theories of Masculinity

 

Rocco Capraro

10-03-2017

PHIL 312

Language and Power

 

Cassie Herbert

02-12-2018

PHIL 330

History of Moral Theory

 

Eric Barnes

05-10-2018

 

Added 300-level course req. to Pol. Sci. major

 

Vikash Yadav

04-30-2018

 

Off Campus Program:  Quito, Ecuador

 

Audrey Roberson

10-17-2017

RCOL 137

American Foodways

 

David Galloway

10-03-2017

RCOL 141

Historical Fiction and the Romans

 

James Capreedy

03-26-2018

RCOL 142

Data Camp for R and Python

 

Rob Beutner

04-09-2018

RCOL 143

Religion and Engaged Citizenship

 

Richard Salter and Shalahudin Kafrawi

04-16-2018

REL 335

Jihad

Seminar time slot approved 1 time only

Shalahudin Kafrawi

04-16-2018

 

Rome, Italy Off Campus Program

 

Leah Himmelhoch

04-16-2018

ROM-220

Daily Life in Imperial Rome

 

Leah Himmelhoch

04-16-2018

 

Seville, Spain Off Campus Program

 

Juan Liebana

 

 

 

 

 

10-17-2017

SOC 291

Ghettos and Ethnic Enclaves

 

Jinwon Kim

01-22-2018

SPNE 210

Bilingual Education

 

May Farnsworth

10-17-2017

WRRH 207

Sociolinguistics

 

Cheryl Forbes