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STATUS CRN SUBJECT SECT COURSE CREDIT INSTR. BLDG/RM DAY/TIME FROM / TO
CLOSED 31156 UW 1020 M1 University Writing 4.00 Fletcher, W REMOTE INSTR
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10:00AM - 11:15AM
01/10/22 - 04/25/22
Comments: Topic: An Empirical Approach: Writing in the Social Sciences. In addition to 2 credit hours of online synchronous instruction, students should expect to complete an additional credit hour of asynchronous online guided instruction or the equivalent each week. For more information about UW1020 courses, see https://writingprogram.gwu.edu/uw1020-courses.
   

OPEN 34464 UW 1020 M10 University Writing 4.00 Ryder, P AMES B207
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10:00AM - 11:15AM
01/10/22 - 04/25/22
Comments: Topic: Writing for Social Change in Washington, DC. This course is being taught at the Mount Vernon campus. In addition to 3 credit hours of traditional classroom instruction, students should expect to complete an additional credit hour of asynchronous guided instruction each week. For more information about UW1020 courses, see https://writingprogram.gwu.edu/uw-course-descriptions This is a service learning course. For more information, see, http://serve.gwu.edu/information-students Restricted to students in Civic House. Departmental approval required to register.
   

CLOSED 31162 UW 1020 M11 University Writing 4.00 Zink, C AMES B117
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01:00PM - 02:15PM
01/10/22 - 04/25/22
Comments: Topic: Minding the Body: Writing in the Medical Humanities. This course is being taught at the Mount Vernon campus. In addition to 3 credit hours of traditional classroom instruction, students should expect to complete an additional credit hour of asynchronous guided instruction each week. For more information about UW1020 courses, see URL
   

CLOSED 31163 UW 1020 M12 University Writing 4.00 Barlow, J ACAD 100
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01:00PM - 02:15PM
01/10/22 - 04/25/22
Comments: Topic: Writing Science and Health: Women's Health As Point of Inquiry. This course is being taught at the Mount Vernon campus. In addition to 3 credit hours of traditional classroom instruction, students should expect to complete an additional credit hour of asynchronous guided instruction each week. For more information about UW1020 courses, see URL
   

OPEN 31164 UW 1020 M13 University Writing 4.00 Power Santaella, J AMES B201
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ON LINE
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10:00AM - 11:15AM
01/10/22 - 04/25/22
Comments: Topic: Media Fandom: Geeks, Fanboys and Stalker Chicks. This course is being taught at the Mount Vernon campus. In addition to 3 credit hours of traditional classroom instruction, students should expect to complete an additional credit hour of asynchronous guided instruction each week. For more information about UW1020 courses, see URL
   

OPEN 32436 UW 1020 M14 University Writing 4.00 Abbas, N AMES B109
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11:30AM - 12:45PM
01/10/22 - 04/25/22
Comments: Topic: The Othering of Muslims: Fundamentalist Beliefs and Western Ideals. This course is being taught at the Mount Vernon campus. In addition to 3 credit hours of traditional classroom instruction, students should expect to complete an additional credit hour of asynchronous guided instruction each week. For more information about UW1020 courses, see URL
   

CLOSED 31165 UW 1020 M15 University Writing 4.00 Fletcher, W REMOTE INSTR
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ON LINE
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11:30AM - 12:45PM
01/10/22 - 04/25/22
Comments: Topic: An Empirical Approach: Writing in the Social Sciences. In addition to 2 credit hours of online synchronous instruction, students should expect to complete an additional credit hour of asynchronous online guided instruction or the equivalent each week. For more information about UW1020 courses, see https://writingprogram.gwu.edu/uw1020-courses.
   

CLOSED 31647 UW 1020 M16 University Writing 4.00 Ryder, P AMES B207
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ON LINE
MW
11:30AM - 12:45PM
01/10/22 - 04/25/22
Comments: Topic: Writing for Social Change in Washington, DC. This course is being taught at the Mount Vernon campus. In addition to 3 credit hours of traditional classroom instruction, students should expect to complete an additional credit hour of asynchronous guided instruction each week. For more information about UW1020 courses, see https://writingprogram.gwu.edu/uw-course-descriptions This is a service learning course. For more information, see, http://serve.gwu.edu/information-students Restricted to students in Civic House. Departmental approval required to register.
   

CLOSED 31302 UW 1020 M17 University Writing 4.00 Tomlinson, B ACAD 200
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02:30PM - 03:45PM
01/10/22 - 04/25/22
Comments: Topic: Fake News and Ironic Views: Satire as Social Critique. This course is being taught at the Mount Vernon campus. In addition to 3 credit hours of traditional classroom instruction, students should expect to complete an additional credit hour of asynchronous guided instruction each week. For more information about UW1020 courses, see URL
   

CLOSED 31797 UW 1020 M18 University Writing 4.00 Gamber, C AMES B105
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10:00AM - 11:15AM
01/10/22 - 04/25/22
Comments: Topic: Legacies of the Holocaust. This course is being taught at the Mount Vernon campus. In addition to 3 credit hours of traditional classroom instruction, students should expect to complete an additional credit hour of asynchronous guided instruction each week. For more information about UW1020 courses, see URL
   

CLOSED 31166 UW 1020 M19 University Writing 4.00 Zink, C AMES B117
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11:30AM - 12:45PM
01/10/22 - 04/25/22
Comments: Topic: Minding the Body: Writing in the Medical Humanities. This course is being taught at the Mount Vernon campus. In addition to 3 credit hours of traditional classroom instruction, students should expect to complete an additional credit hour of asynchronous guided instruction each week. For more information about UW1020 courses, see URL
   

CLOSED 31157 UW 1020 M2 University Writing 4.00 Pollack, R AMES B204
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01:00PM - 02:15PM
01/10/22 - 04/25/22
Comments: Topic: Dutch Painting at the National Gallery of Art. In addition to 3 credit hours of synchronous instruction, students should expect to complete an additional credit hour of asynchronous guided instruction or the equivalent each week. For more information about UW1020 courses, see URL
   

CLOSED 32435 UW 1020 M20 University Writing 4.00 Schell, H AMES B105
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02:30PM - 03:45PM
01/10/22 - 04/25/22
Comments: Topic: Enthusiastic Consent: Love and Romance in Contemporary American Culture. This course is being taught at the Mount Vernon campus. In addition to 3 credit hours of traditional classroom instruction, students should expect to complete an additional credit hour of asynchronous guided instruction each week. For more information about UW1020 courses, see URL
   

CLOSED 31167 UW 1020 M21 University Writing 4.00 Gamber, C AMES B105
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11:30AM - 12:45PM
01/10/22 - 04/25/22
Comments: Topic: Legacies of the Holocaust. This course is being taught at the Mount Vernon campus. In addition to 3 credit hours of traditional classroom instruction, students should expect to complete an additional credit hour of asynchronous guided instruction each week. For more information about UW1020 courses, see URL
   

CLOSED 31168 UW 1020 M22 University Writing 4.00 Michiels, P AMES B204
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08:30AM - 09:45AM
01/10/22 - 04/25/22
Comments: Topic: Writing about Learning. This course is being taught at the Mount Vernon campus. In addition to 3 credit hours of traditional classroom instruction, students should expect to complete an additional credit hour of asynchronous guided instruction each week. For more information about UW1020 courses, see URL
   

CLOSED 31481 UW 1020 M23 University Writing 4.00 Wilkerson, A AMES B112
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01:00PM - 02:15PM
01/10/22 - 04/25/22
Comments: Topic: Real Minds, Real Bodies: Disability Intersectionality and Social Justice. This course is being taught at the Mount Vernon campus. In addition to 3 credit hours of traditional classroom instruction, students should expect to complete an additional credit hour of asynchronous guided instruction each week. For more information about UW1020 courses, see URL
   

OPEN 31169 UW 1020 M24 University Writing 4.00 Zink, C AMES B117
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10:00AM - 11:15AM
01/10/22 - 04/25/22
Comments: Topic: Minding the Body: Writing in the Medical Humanities. This course is being taught at the Mount Vernon campus. In addition to 3 credit hours of traditional classroom instruction, students should expect to complete an additional credit hour of asynchronous guided instruction each week. For more information about UW1020 courses, see URL
   

CLOSED 31353 UW 1020 M25 University Writing 4.00 Power Santaella, J AMES B201
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08:30AM - 09:45AM
01/10/22 - 04/25/22
Comments: Topic: Media Fandom: Geeks, Fanboys and Stalker Chicks. This course is being taught at the Mount Vernon campus. In addition to 3 credit hours of traditional classroom instruction, students should expect to complete an additional credit hour of asynchronous guided instruction each week. For more information about UW1020 courses, see URL
   

CLOSED 31222 UW 1020 M26 University Writing 4.00 Schell, H AMES B105
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11:30AM - 12:45PM
01/10/22 - 04/25/22
Comments: Topic: Enthusiastic Consent: Love and Romance in Contemporary American Culture. This course is being taught at the Mount Vernon campus. In addition to 3 credit hours of traditional classroom instruction, students should expect to complete an additional credit hour of asynchronous guided instruction each week. For more information about UW1020 courses, see URL
   

CLOSED 31352 UW 1020 M27 University Writing 4.00 Jacoby, L AMES B204
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10:00AM - 11:15AM
01/10/22 - 04/25/22
Comments: Topic: Counterpublic Rhetorics and the Global Climate Justice Movement. This course is being taught at the Mount Vernon campus. In addition to 3 credit hours of traditional classroom instruction, students should expect to complete an additional credit hour of asynchronous guided instruction each week. For more information about UW1020 courses, see URL
   

 
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