Teaching Assistant Professor
FUNDAMENTALS OF ENGINEERING, BENJAMIN M. STATLER COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND MINERAL RESOURCES
In "Climate Change via Excel," students will study climate change and global warming through data analysis using Microsoft Excel.
View Profile: Atheer Almasri
COLLEGE OF APPLIED HUMAN SCIENCES
“Youth and Societal Change” explores contemporary positive youth development within the context of our evolving society.
View Profile: Jonathon Beckmeyer
ENGLISH, EBERLY COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
An interdisciplinary course rooted in Native American Studies, English and Ecocriticism, “Indigenous Ecostudies” focuses on the different techniques Indigenous people bring to studying the environment.
View Profile: Cari Carpenter
SOCIOLOGY, EBERLY COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
“Collective Violence” will explore America’s largely forgotten history of collective violence, including execution by lynch mobs, rioting against minorities, rebellions against the government and small-scale wars between settlers and natives.
View Profile: Jason Manning
SCHOOL OF THEATRE AND DANCE, COLLEGE OF CREATIVE ARTS
Examining the anatomy of accents, the social impact of speaking with an accent, and the responsibility of artistic application in mainstream media is the primary exploration of “Artistry in the Accent.”
View Profile: Brianne Taylor
COMMUNICATION STUDIES, EBERLY COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
This course applies social science and public health communication research and theory to understand health disparities and how to better address them.
View Profile: Dan Totzkay