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Social Justice: Human Rights & Human Wrongs Learning Community

[General Interest] College of Arts & Sciences

In this Learning Community, students interested in Political Science, Women’s and Gender Studies, English, History, Sociology, Anthropology, and Human Relations will develop their own vision for creating positive social change while exploring both formal and practical definitions of social justice.  In at least three courses taken with other first year students committed to securing equal economic, political, and social responsibilities for all, students in the Human Rights and Human Wrongs Learning Community will deepen their understanding of the place of individuals in society, the justice system, and how the benefits of living in the contemporary world are distributed—both fairly and unfairly.  Share your passion for making the world a better place in the Social Justice:  Human Rights and Human Wrongs Learning Community!

Interests: Political Science, History, Philosophy, English, Religion, Sociology & Anthropology, Human Relations, Non-Profit Studies, Criminal Justice, Women & Gender Studies, Undecided

Co-Ed Housing: Belk Hall


ENG 1103-12 | College Writing & Public Life
MWF | 3:25pm-4:15pm | LLEC II
Professor: D. Scheidt

CRJ 1900-1 | Intro to the Justice System
MWF | 9:15am-10:20am | Norton 101
Professor: B. Little

SOC 1010-6 | The Individual in Society
TTH | 3:30pm-5:10pm | Phillips 221
Professor: T. Hayes

EXP 1101-2 | President’s Seminar
TH | 11:45am-1:25pm | HFAC
Professor: N. Qubein


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