About the Course:
Capstone seminar for the Minor in Poverty, Inequality, and Social Justice. Students participate in structured discussion and in-depth reflection of the knowledge acquired through interdisciplinary coursework and internship experiences, to produce a final paper, series of essays or policy briefs, and/or other kinds of creative products in consultation with the course instructor. Students will present their work at a public symposium, providing an opportunity to hone their public speaking skills, while contributing to community understanding of how poverty and inequality can be addressed through purposive social research and action.
Required for instructor approval: HIST 74, HIST 196SJ (or equivalent internship), and two upper division electives toward the minor in Poverty, Inequality, and Social Justice.
Documents:View the course’s GauchoSpace page or the instructor’s page for documents: Sarah Dunne
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