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STATUS CRN SUBJECT SECT COURSE CREDIT INSTR. BLDG/RM DAY/TIME FROM / TO
WAITLIST 47321 UW 1020 M1 University Writing 4.00 Mantler, G AMES B201
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11:30AM - 12:45PM
08/24/23 - 12/11/23
Comments: Topic: Memorials, Museums, and Monuments: Writing the Past through Place and Space. 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
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WAITLIST 41550 UW 1020 M10 University Writing 4.00 Kristensen, R LIBR PRVB
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01:00PM - 02:15PM
08/24/23 - 12/11/23
Comments: Topic: Africa and the African Diaspora. This course is being taught at the Mount Vernon campus. 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
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WAITLIST 45273 UW 1020 M11 University Writing 4.00 Tomlinson, B AMES B207
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04:10PM - 05:25PM
08/24/23 - 12/11/23
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
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OPEN 42002 UW 1020 M12 University Writing 4.00 Barlow, J ACAD 101
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04:10PM - 05:25PM
08/24/23 - 12/11/23
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. This is a service learning course. For more information, see http://serve.gwu.edu/information-students. For more information about UW 1020 courses, see
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WAITLIST 42131 UW 1020 M13 University Writing 4.00 Troutman, P AMES B205
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10:00AM - 11:15AM
08/24/23 - 12/11/23
Comments: Topic: The Culture Wars at GW: 1970-2000. 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
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WAITLIST 41554 UW 1020 M14 University Writing 4.00 Abbas, N AMES B117
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11:30AM - 12:45PM
08/24/23 - 12/11/23
Comments: Topic: The Othering of Muslims: Contemporary Diasporic Literature. 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
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WAITLIST 41999 UW 1020 M15 University Writing 4.00 Kristensen, R LIBR PRVB
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02:30PM - 03:45PM
08/24/23 - 12/11/23
Comments: Topic: Africa and the African Diaspora. This course is being taught at the Mount Vernon campus. 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
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OPEN 42000 UW 1020 M16 University Writing 4.00 Kristensen, R LIBR PRVB
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04:10PM - 05:25PM
08/24/23 - 12/11/23
Comments: Topic: Africa and the African Diaspora. This course is being taught at the Mount Vernon campus. 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
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OPEN 42001 UW 1020 M17 University Writing 4.00 Quave, K AMES B201
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11:30AM - 12:45PM
08/24/23 - 12/11/23
Comments: Topic: Writing the Past for the Future: Archaeologies of Racism and Anti-racism. 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
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WAITLIST 41552 UW 1020 M18 University Writing 4.00 Svoboda, M ACAD 222
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04:10PM - 05:25PM
08/24/23 - 12/11/23
Comments: Topic: The Political Brain. This course is being taught at the Mount Vernon campus. 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
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WAITLIST 42130 UW 1020 M19 University Writing 4.00 Svoboda, M ACAD 222
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01:00PM - 02:15PM
08/24/23 - 12/11/23
Comments: Topic: The Political Brain. Fourteen seats are reserved for incoming first year students. This course is being taught at the Mount Vernon campus. 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
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WAITLIST 41553 UW 1020 M2 University Writing 4.00 Zink, C AMES B117
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10:00AM - 11:15AM
08/24/23 - 12/11/23
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
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WAITLIST 41381 UW 1020 M20 University Writing 4.00 Russ, E ACAD 220
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08:30AM - 09:45AM
08/24/23 - 12/11/23
Comments: Topic: Anti-Racist Writing in the 21st Century. 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.
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WAITLIST 42129 UW 1020 M21 University Writing 4.00 Michiels, P AMES B104
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10:00AM - 11:15AM
08/24/23 - 12/11/23
Comments: Topic: Writing and 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
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WAITLIST 41555 UW 1020 M22 University Writing 4.00 Michiels, P ACAD 200
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01:00PM - 02:15PM
08/24/23 - 12/11/23
Comments: Topic: Writing and 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
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WAITLIST 42496 UW 1020 M23 University Writing 4.00 Mullen, M LIBR PRVB
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08:30AM - 09:45AM
08/24/23 - 12/11/23
Comments: Topic: Paying for Attention. 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
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OPEN 41382 UW 1020 M24 University Writing 4.00 Svoboda, M ACAD 222
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02:30PM - 03:45PM
08/24/23 - 12/11/23
Comments: Topic: The Political Brain. 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
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WAITLIST 45292 UW 1020 M25 University Writing 4.00 Wolfe, Z AMES B109
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02:30PM - 03:45PM
08/24/23 - 12/11/23
Comments: Topic: Law as a Force for Social Change. 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
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OPEN 41556 UW 1020 M26 University Writing 4.00 Friedman, S ACAD 101
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11:30AM - 12:45PM
08/24/23 - 12/11/23
Comments: Topic: The New Vanguard: Women Writing Radical Fiction. 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
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WAITLIST 42128 UW 1020 M27 University Writing 4.00 Richter, J AMES B105
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02:30PM - 03:45PM
08/24/23 - 12/11/23
Comments: Topic: Writing Democracy: Professional Writing's Utility for Democracy 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
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