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STATUS CRN SUBJECT SECT COURSE CREDIT INSTR. BLDG/RM DAY/TIME FROM / TO
OPEN 81473 UW 1020 M10 University Writing 4.00 Kristensen, R ACAD 101
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01:00PM - 02:15PM
08/22/24 - 12/09/24
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 84741 UW 1020 M11 University Writing 4.00 Tomlinson, B ACAD 220
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04:10PM - 05:25PM
08/22/24 - 12/09/24
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 81884 UW 1020 M12 University Writing 4.00 Gamber, C AMES B204
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01:00PM - 02:15PM
08/22/24 - 12/09/24
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 UW 1020 courses, see
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OPEN 82000 UW 1020 M13 University Writing 4.00 Myers, D ACAD 222
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01:00PM - 02:15PM
08/22/24 - 12/09/24
Comments: Topic: Poetry + Research. 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 81477 UW 1020 M14 University Writing 4.00 Abbas, N LIBR PRVB
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11:30AM - 12:45PM
08/22/24 - 12/09/24
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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OPEN 81881 UW 1020 M15 University Writing 4.00 Kristensen, R ACAD 101
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ON LINE
MW
02:30PM - 03:45PM
08/22/24 - 12/09/24
Comments: Topic: Africa and the African Diaspora. 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 81882 UW 1020 M16 University Writing 4.00 Kristensen, R ACAD 222
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ON LINE
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04:10PM - 05:25PM
08/22/24 - 12/09/24
Comments: Topic: Africa and the African Diaspora. 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 81475 UW 1020 M18 University Writing 4.00 Svoboda, M ACAD 222
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ON LINE
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04:10PM - 05:25PM
08/22/24 - 12/09/24
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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OPEN 81999 UW 1020 M19 University Writing 4.00 Svoboda, M ACAD 220
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01:00PM - 02:15PM
08/22/24 - 12/09/24
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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OPEN 81314 UW 1020 M20 University Writing 4.00 Russ, E ACAD 220
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08:30AM - 09:45AM
08/22/24 - 12/09/24
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. For more information about UW1020 courses, see
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OPEN 81998 UW 1020 M21 University Writing 4.00 Antohin, A ACAD 101
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06:00PM - 07:15PM
08/22/24 - 12/09/24
Comments: Topic: Voice and Agency in Social Impact Writing. 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 81478 UW 1020 M22 University Writing 4.00 Marcus, R AMES B204
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02:30PM - 03:45PM
08/22/24 - 12/09/24
Comments: Topic: "With Words and With Pretty", Joy and Resistance in Expressive Black American Traditions. 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 82343 UW 1020 M23 University Writing 4.00 Mullen, M ACAD 222
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08:30AM - 09:45AM
08/22/24 - 12/09/24
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 81315 UW 1020 M24 University Writing 4.00 Svoboda, M ACAD 220
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02:30PM - 03:45PM
08/22/24 - 12/09/24
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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OPEN 84759 UW 1020 M25 University Writing 4.00 Wolfe, Z ACAD 220
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02:30PM - 03:45PM
08/22/24 - 12/09/24
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 81479 UW 1020 M26 University Writing 4.00 Friedman, S AMES B204
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11:30AM - 12:45PM
08/22/24 - 12/09/24
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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OPEN 81997 UW 1020 M27 University Writing 4.00 Richter, J ACAD 100
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02:30PM - 03:45PM
08/22/24 - 12/09/24
Comments: Topic: Writing in Responsive Workplaces. 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 81726 UW 1020 M28 University Writing 4.00 Counts, B LIBR PRVB
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06:00PM - 07:15PM
08/22/24 - 12/09/24
Comments: Topic: Conflict, Kayfabe, and Information Literacy. 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 81727 UW 1020 M29 University Writing 4.00 Friedman, S AMES B204
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10:00AM - 11:15AM
08/22/24 - 12/09/24
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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OPEN 81474 UW 1020 M3 University Writing 4.00 Tomlinson, B ACAD 222
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ON LINE
MW
02:30PM - 03:45PM
08/22/24 - 12/09/24
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
    Find Books

 
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