Community Studies Summer Courses


    Introduction to Community Activism

  • CMMU 10

    Session 2

    Surveys different strategies of community activism including charity, volunteering, labor and community organizing, and recently emerging global activism with goal of demonstrating how certain strategies challenge existing social relations and arrangements while others typically (and often by design) reproduce them. 

    Proposed Instructor: Angela Nguyen


  • Numbers for Social Justice

  • CMMU 30

    Session 2

    Relates simple lessons of quantitative thinking to topical materials that are accessible and relevant to working for justice and social change. Students learn practical techniques to distinguish credible statistical evidence from misleading statistical claims. (General Education Code(s): SR.) 

    Proposed Instructor: Andrea Steiner


  • Full time Field Study

  • CMMU 105-01A

    10-Week

    Full-time independent field study in an approved off-campus setting with onsite supervision by the sponsoring organization and regular distanced supervision by campus faculty. Enrollment is restricted to community studies majors upon completion of the required preparatory coursework.  (General Education Code(s): PR-S.) 

    Proposed Instructor: Mary Beth Pudup

    Note: Pending senate approval


  • Full time Field Study

  • CMMU 105-01B

    10-Week

    Full-time independent field study in an approved off-campus setting with onsite supervision by the sponsoring organization and regular distanced supervision by campus faculty. Enrollment is restricted to community studies majors upon completion of the required preparatory coursework.  (General Education Code(s): PR-S.) 

    Proposed Instructor: Mary Beth Pudup

    Note: Pending senate approval


  • Full time Field Study

  • CMMU 105-01C

    10-Week

    Full-time independent field study in an approved off-campus setting with onsite supervision by the sponsoring organization and regular distanced supervision by campus faculty. Enrollment is restricted to community studies majors upon completion of the required preparatory coursework.  (General Education Code(s): PR-S.) 

    Proposed Instructor: Mary Beth Pudup

    Note: Pending senate approval