IAS 301 Kennedy Center Lecture Series (1 credit hour)
Wed, noon, 238 HRCB
The theme is “Women and Politics.” And the course begins Wed, 9 Jan with Introduction to IAS 301, and the first lecture will be Wed, 16 Jan with Kristin Matthews, BYU English Department, “Well-Read Black Women: Reading, Social Media, and the Contemporary Freedom Struggle”
Seeking candidates with an interest in creative solutions, change-making, and data processes. Join us for any of our orientation sessions to learn more. Download the PDF.
SW 595R Applied Global Research (2 credit hours)
Thu, 1:00–2:40 p.m.
This seminar will be a way to involve more students in research, whether they want to develop their own projects or get involved in projects with Professor Stacey Shaw. It will be a flexible class where students workshop their projects and questions and trace the entire research process from developing a question to disseminating results, focusing more on areas of specific student interests. Feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions. Download the PDF.