Designing and Implementing Community-Based Interventions
WHEN Tuesday | 8 Sep, 5:00 PM
Are you interested in sustainable development? Do you love hands-on learning? Do you want to get more involved in your local community? Are you aching for a chance to do primary research (and gain the skills you need to do it effectively)? If so, then this class is for you.
ANTHR 490 R, Section 003: Designing and Implementing Community-Based Interventions
MW 4:00–5:15 p.m.
3 credit hours
This is an interdisciplinary class sponsored by the Anthropology Department but open to all majors. Don’t be scared off by the 400-level number—there are no prerequisites! In this unique, student-led class, we will work in a low-income community in southeast Provo. Working in partnership with the South Franklin Community Center, we will do hands-on research and design to help build the community in a sustainable way.
The class counts for credit in the Design Thinking minor and for elective credit in the Sociology major, and if you talk to us, we might find a way to make it count for credit toward your program.