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Spring 2013 courses

Our Preston Residential College Associates teach in a wide variety of disciplines. Below is a partial list of the courses they are offering during the Spring 2013 semster. Please email Sarah Morgan with the class(es) you wish to enroll!

Courses for Preston Residential College residents only!

Redefining writing in the digital age
Create digital compositions, work with design elements for writing and web, and interview people who have experienced conflict.

  • Pre-requisite: ENGL101
  • Fulfills Carolina Core CMW
ENGL 102
sec 094
T/TH
12:30p-1:45p
HU 416
Mumpower, G.

Powdered wigs to power lifts: Power & leadership in American history
Examine leadership from theoretical perspectives and incorporate technology to tell the REAL truth about the America's leaders.Taught by the award-winning U101 instructor Dr. Jeannie Weingarth.

  • Pre-requisite: none
  • Fulfills general elective credit. However, you can consult with your academic advisor to see if this course can count towards your individual program of study for other requirements.
HIST492P
sec 001
Th
2:00pm-4:30pm
PRESTON 125
Weingarth, J.

Exploring the civil rights movement in South Carolina
Dr. D. and invited guests will highlight the struggles for civil rights & student activism that occurred in
our own backyard!

  • Pre-requisite: none
  • Fulfills general elective credit. However, you can consult with your academic advisor to see if this course can count towards your individual program of study for other requirements.
SOST405A
sec 001
T
2:00pm-4:30pm
CSSC 202
Donaldson, B.

           
Courses taught by Preston Residential College Associates
no special instructions to enroll
Introduction to Weather and Climate
GEOG 202
sec 001
M/W
class: 2:30pm- 3:45pm
lab: W 10:10am-12:00pm
CSSC 102
Hiscox, A.

Cartography
GEOG 341
sec 001
M/W
class: 12:20pm – 1:10pm &
lab: F 12:20pm – 1:10pm
CALLCOTT 003
Battersby, S.

Green Politics
POLI 477

sec 001

M/W
M 2:30pm-4:30pm &
W 2:30pm-3:45pm
WEST QUAD 102
Whiteman, D.

Psychology of Religion
RELG 361
sec 001
T/Th
2:00pm-3:15pm
HU 201
French, H.

Introduction to Russian Civilzation
RUSS 280
sec 001
T/Th
11:00am-12:15pm
HU 312
Ogden, A.

Russian Folklore and Fairytales
RUSS 598H
sec 001
M/W
2:30pm-3:45pm
HU 104
Kalb, J.

Public Communication
SPCH E140
sec 303
M/W
7:00pm-8:15pm
GAMB 123
Walker, P.

Gender and Politics
WGST 352
sec 001
T/Th
8:00am–9:15am
CSSC 201
Woliver, L.