professional semester of interrelated courses and teaching experiences in a local school. Students also will have other opportunities to participate in field experiences because school visits and observations are included in many additional teacher education courses. Our major in …
assistant in instruction and instructor of record. Courses: 54 units, including: Specific required courses: 9 units Classics 502 Research and Publication on the Greco-Roman World (3 units) - a proseminar on materials, methods, and professional issues in Classics (offered every two years) Classics 505 Seminar in Classics Pedagogy for Graduate
Our people are extraordinary. Arts & Sciences has over 1,000 faculty and staff who utilize their diverse expertise in the pursuit of research breakthroughs, gaining a deeper understanding of the world's most pressing issues and serving as mentors of the next generation.
Spring 1999 Courses. CPLT 7010 Research Methods and Bibliography. Students will practice diverse aspects of the methods of literary research and bibliography, including both traditional library and recent computer methods. Bibliographical emphasis will be on using the Internet as a tool for literary research.
Language Requirements and Instruction Policy for PhD Programs. ... Courses meet for 54 hours over no more than six weeks. Courses are zero credits and will appear on the student’s transcript with a grade of Satisfactory or Unsatisfactory (S or U).
order to provide SAGES instruction for the entire entering class, scores of Arts and Sciences faculty ... his chemistry courses and were inspired by his energy, enthusiasm, and dedication. In the ... (Harvard University Press, 1991) and A Mind So Rare: The Evolution of Consciousness(W. W. Norton, 2001).
The department endeavors to provide financial support to all students. At present this support normally covers the first six years of graduate study, provided the student is making satisfactory progress toward the Ph.D. as determined by an annual review by the graduate committee.
Dr. Eric Kurlander is Professor of Modern European History at Stetson University. Kurlander studied at Bowdoin College (BA) and Harvard University (MA, Ph.D.), teaching three years at Harvard before coming to Stetson in 2001. He offers courses on Modern German, European and World History.
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Academic Calendars The academic calendar of Washington University in St. Louis is designed to provide an optimal amount of classroom instruction and examination within a manageable time frame, facilitating our educational mission to promote learning among both students and faculty.
DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH . COURSE DESCRIPTIONS: FALL 2017 . COURSES THAT FULFILL ENGLISH REQUIREMENTS . ... B.A. from Harvard and her Ph.D. from Penn, and the first course she is teaching, ... hands-on course involves intense writing instruction, analysis of recent stories that have won the Pulitzer Prize,
Why Use Writing Assignments? ... Richard Light of Harvard found that the relationship between student engagement—whether measured by time spent on the course, the intellectual challenge it presents, or students’ self-reported level of interest in it—and the amount of writing students did in a course was stronger than any other course ...
For these reasons we engage students in our year-long introductory course intellectually in the classroom by using Eric Mazurs "Peer Instruction" method. The more spectacular consequence of this method is that part of the lecture time students are talking in class with each other about conceptual understanding of physics questions.
courses would be chosen from P250, P349, and P350. The mathematics courses are subject to approval by the advisory committee and are thereby referred to as ‘approved electives.’ They may be chosen from the general list of mathematics courses at the 300 level or higher. Also subject to approval, it may be possible to choose a course from
We will also accept two-course sequences in probability theory and mathematics statistics for mathematics majors as satisfying the inferential statistics prerequisite. For example, at the University of San Francisco, this sequence is composed of MATH 370 (Probability with Applications) and MATH 371 (Statistics with Applications).
a one-year set of courses and attendance at colloquium and seminar. The thesis option requires graduate research result-ing in a thesis. The non-thesis option requires additional coursework and a passing grade on the department’s qual-ifying exam at the master’s level. Doctorate: Satisfactory completion of 90 semester credits of
Nearly half of the courses for the English major are entirely free electives, and the others can be chosen from among a number of possibilities. Moreover, the English Department's unique “track” program gives you the option of shaping the courses you take to reflect your specific interests. Under the guidance of our faculty, you can develop ...
praise, especially for his instruction in small discussions and individual mentoring. In addition, he has a tremendous record of university service, hav-ing served as longtime head of African-American Studies, as president of the UC chapter of the AAUP, and as acting head of the History Department.
Department of Economics | Princeton University. ECO seniors Claire Collins (Women’s Open Rowing) and Corry Short (Men’s Volleyball) won the PNC Bank Student-Athlete Achiever Award.
3/22/2018 · The College of Arts and Sciences and the Eirik Borve Fund for Foreign Language Instruction will award 40 $1,000 scholarships to undergraduates enrolled in CWRU courses abroad in the summer of 2018. Fulbright U.S. Student Program
Respected throughout the Puget Sound region, the MAP program brings together research and reflection from the fields of clinical psychology, philosophy and the humanities. Instruction draws extensively on the study of qualitative research, first person narratives, and phenomenological analysis in ...
Education: MA, English (2000), University of Cincinnati; BA, Journalism (1988), Northern Kentucky University. Teaching & Research Interests: Composition, Advanced Writing, Honors English, New Journalism, and Victorian Literature. Publications: I have written over 100 editorials, feature stories, and articles about local government and businesses for a variety of daily and weekly newspapers in ...
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A.B., Magna cum laude, Department of Romance Languages and Literatures, Harvard University, 1981. Academic Appointments Professor of French and Head, Department of Modern Foreign Languages and Literatures, the University of Tennessee-Knoxville, 2007-Present.
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The College of Arts and Sciences is pleased to announce that the Eirik Borve Fund for Foreign Language Instruction will award a total of 20 $1,000 scholarships to undergraduates enrolled in CWRU language courses abroad in the summer of 2019. Currently, the first 10 CWRU undergraduate students who enroll in each of the following...
Dedicated to the intellectual curiosity, analytical dexterity, and creative thinking of its students, the English Department at CWRU fosters reading, writing, and media skills through a …
composition pedagogy. In sum, the course begins with the classical frame for writing instruction and concludes with post-process composition principles. Six short papers required and a final paper with a presentation. ENGL 300 – Text – Criticism-Theory CRN#7330 M/W 12:00-1:15 PM Joel Davis
A beloved teacher and mentor, Swinehart received testimonials in the “My Favorite Professor” column of the campus newspaper. He was an early advocate for integrating computers into lab instruction and published what became a widely adopted textbook, Organic Chemistry: An Experimental Approach, in 1969. He was on the verge of completing a ...