College TenCLTE135 Apprenticeship in Community Engaged Research

Course takes a holistic approach in familiarizing students about how to effectively and ethically conduct community engaged research, from contextualized understandings of power and knowledge to hands-on training in various methodologies through a class project. The topical focus of the course varies (e.g., sustainability, water justice, educational equity etc.). (Formerly Social Justice, Institutions, and Power.)

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): CLTE 85, or CLNI 85, or equivalent. Enrollment is restricted to junior and senior College Ten and College Nine members.

Credits

5

American History and Institutions

Yes

Quarter offered

Fall

Instructor

Linnea Beckett