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Courses taught by staff @ Women’s Resources Center:
Community Health 199B—Campus Acquaintance Rape Education: 3 hours
This 3-credit course is open to anyone wishing to learn more about sexual violence and its impact on our culture. The course will discuss the impacts of media, gender, power and privilege on the rape culture, as well as the effects of sexual assault, services available to survivors, and ways to get involved in ending sexual violence. Students who want to become FYCARE Workshop Facilitators may apply at the end of this course. Taught by Molly McLay, Assistant Director, and 2-4 “seasoned” FYCARE facilitators. For more information contact Molly.
Community Health 340B2—Practicum: 3 hours
This seminar style course is designed for students who want to enhance their skills as peer educators on sexual violence and related issues. This course includes the opportunity to design and implement your own sexual violence education workshop. Students who enroll in this class MUST have completed the pre-requisite: CHLTH 199B. Taught by Molly McLay, Assistant Director. For more information contact Molly.
Gender and Women’s Studies 150—Contemporary Issues in Women’s Studies: 3 hours
Explores the most recent debate and research related to contemporary issues that affect primarily women. Reviews issues related to sexual and domestic violence, gender socialization, feminization of poverty, women's health, sexual harassment, work and family, politics, and media influences from a multi-discipline and multi-cultural perspective. Taught by Patricia Morey, Director. For more information contact Pat.
Gender and Women’s Studies 390—Individual Study: 3 hours (may be repeated for a total of 6 hours)
Students interested in an internship-quality volunteer position at the Women’s Resources Center or a related community agency serving women may earn course credit for their work. Scheduling, supervision, and detailed course expectations will be discussed individually and approved prior to registration for the course. May be repeated to a maximum of 6 hours. Students may register in more than one section per term. Approved for both letter and S/U grading. Prerequisite: one course in Gender and Women’s Studies; consent of instructor. Taught by Patricia Morey, Director. For more information contact Pat. Molly also teaches a section of this course, if interested contact Molly.
EPSY 203: U.S./International Dialogue: Power, Identity, and International Justice
This course is designed to create a space for students to engage one another in critical dialogue examining issues surrounding U.S./international relations. In an era of increasing globalization marked by the transnational exchange of goods, services, knowledge and culture, examining U.S./international relations becomes less of an examination of American diplomacy, and more broadly an examination of the complex relationships derived from increased interconnectedness, knowledge production, and global economy. In our quest for a deeper understanding of international/intercultural relationships, analyzing power, privilege, and oppression illuminate the potentiality of international justice. In this course, we will discuss war, humanitarianism, and social movement organizing in order to better understand the way power and identity are mapped across global issues. Through our collective dialogue, students will gain a deeper understanding of how people are continually shifting, transgressing and redefining the boundaries of nation, identity, and society which confront them in an age of globalization. Taught by Rachel Storm, Assistant Director. For more information contact Rachel.