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Civic Engagement at the Center — Sample Syllabi

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Sample Syllabi 

This section contains sample syllabus submitted by campuses involved in the FIPSE initiative. This will be a growing resource.  These courses illustrate the types of courses offered by the various civic engagement academic programs.

 

  • Women, Work and Community: Leadership Scholars Internship Seminar, Rutgers University, Dr. Mary Trigg -an effective intensive internship based-course.  Download: Women, Work, and Community.do

 

  • IWL Social Action Project Seminar, Rutgers University, Dr. Mary Trigg - an effective capstone course.  Download:  IWL Social Action Seminar.doc

 

  • Downtown: Inner-City Youth & Families, The College of New Jersey, Dr. Beth Paul - an effective lead-in course.  Download:  InnerCity Yth and Families.doc

 

  • Myths & Realities of Poverty in America, The College of New Jersey, Antonino Scarpati - an effective poverty course.  Download: Poverty in America.doc

 

 

  • Poverty: An Introduction, Washington & Lee University, Stacy McLoughlin Taylor - an effective poverty course.  Download:  Poverty An Introduction.doc

 

  • Poverty: Fieldwork & Reflection, Washington & Lee University, Stacy McLoughlin Taylor -an effective poverty course.  Download:  PovertyFieldworkandRefl.doc

 

  • Poverty: A Research Seminar, Washington & Lee University, Harlan Beckley - an effective poverty course.  Download:  PovertyResearchSeminar.doc

 

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