Fall 2017 UNIV Course Offerings

Class # UNIV Section Instructor Day/Time/Room Course Highlights
Multiple 1800, University Learning Skills UConn Staff, Faculty, and Graduate students Multiple, find one that works for you (Tailored sections for international, transfer, SSS, and Veteran students by instructor permission) ALL FYE Sections 19 or Fewer Students. Learn UConn resources and fine tune college-level skills. Most UConn students take an 1800 (Learning Community Students take 1810, the LC equivalent FYE)
Multiple 1810, 1840, Learning Community Seminar Learning Community Faculty Multiple By instructor permission. Students taking 1810 CAN enroll in 1820 sections, but NOT 1800
 7437 1820.001, Holistic Development in Intercollegiate Athletes Alana Butler 10:00-10:50AM/Tu/Oak 107 By instructor permission. Balance, school, life, and sports with your personal wellness.
 7574 1820.002, Exploring STEM Research 101 Dr. Renee Gilberti 9:05-9:55AM/Fr/Rowe 130 By instructor permission. Learn core skills for success in STEM undergraduate research. Meet other students studying science, technology, engineering, and math. Learn about becoming a McNair Fellow or Scholar.
7592 1820.003, Sustainability 360 Joan Allen 11:15AM-12:05PM/We/Rowe 134 Learn about exciting careers in sustainability· Get outside to in hands-on activities.
 11480 or 7575 1820.004 and 1820.005, PASS Willena Price 5:30-6:20PM/Th/SU 407 Connect with the African American Cultural Center and other students. Learn culturally relevant skills.
 11528 1820.007, LSAMP Michael Petro 11:00-11:50AM/Th/Rowe 318 By instructor permission. Get support to succeed in your STEM field through the LSAMP  program.
7604 1820.008, Making Major Decisions Sharon Mendes 2:00-2:50PM/Th/Row 134 By instructor permission.  An opportunity for a focused exploration of majors and careers, while becoming more self-aware of your own values, interest and skills.
 7625 1820.009, Making Major Decisions Julie Lynch 2:00-2:50PM/Tu/Rowe 134 By instructor permission. An opportunity for a focused exploration of majors and careers, while becoming more self-aware of your own values, interest and skills.
 14537 1820.010, Making Major Decisions Harry Twyman,  Micah Heumann 9:30-10:20AM/Tu/Rowe 134 Open to all freshmen and sophomores. An opportunity for a focused exploration of majors and careers, while becoming more self-aware of your own values, interest and skills.
 9467 1820.012, UCan Cook at UConn  Robert Landolphi 9:05-11:05AM/We/JONS 137 Learn basic cooking techniques. Work with professional chefs.
16297 1820.013, LGBTQIA+ Identity, Representation, and Visibility Elsie Gonzalez, Julia Anderson 10:00-10:50AM/Tues/Student Union Rainbow Center Program Room Through facilitated discussions, interactive activities, readings and media, students will learn about the spectrum and diversity of gender identities, gender expressions, and sexual orientations.

 

 7773 1820.014, Education for Social Change Dominique Battle-Lawson, Mia Hines 2:30-3:20PM/We/Rowe 130 By instructor permission. Explore a career in teaching. Consider the roles of race, class, and gender in the K-12 education system.
 9565 1820.015, LSAMP Michael Petro  3:30-4:20PM/Tu/Rowe 134  By instructor permission. Get support to succeed in your STEM field through the LSAMP  program
9566 1820.016, Holistic Development in Intercollegiate Athletes  Alana Butler 11:00-11:50AM/Tu/Rowe 134 By instructor permission. Balance, school, life, and sports with your personal wellness.
 

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UNIV  1820.021, Disagreement and Debate: Science, Religion, and Public Discourse Dr. Brendan Kane  

2:00PM-2:50PM/Th/ Humanities Institute Conf room in Austin

Increase understanding of the tension between science and religion and investigate steps toward productive debate across this divide.
15122 UNIV 1820.023, Introduction to Making Laurel Brandon 9:05AM-11:00AM/Fr/NextGen 14 By instructor permission. Become familiar with the basic techniques, tools, processes, and mindset of the maker movement. Gain strategies in creative research and idea development

 

16551 1820.024, Radio, Media, and Podcasting Jason McMullan, Joseph Briody 11:15AM-12:05PM/Mo/TBA Gain skills in radio broadcasting, audio storytelling, and multimedia creation.