First-Year Experience
Georgia Southern University

First-Year Seminar Themes, Fall 2017

During SOAR, all first-year students enroll in a First-Year Seminar (FYE 1220). The course is mandatory in the fall semester.  In this course, you’ll learn information literacy and other research skills by investigating a theme of your choosing.

Browse First-Year Seminars

Read through the themes below in order to complete your ranking worksheet. Click the column headings to sort by that column.  You can also search by keyword using the search box at the top right of the table.  “College” in this table refers to the college of the primary faculty member teaching the course.  Please note, though: you are not limited to a course taught by a faculty member from the college in which your major is located. You’ll learn more about your college at SOAR.

College Abbreviations (click to expand)
CEIT = College of Engineering and Information Technology
CHHS = College of Health and Human Sciences
CLASS = College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
COBA = College of Business Administration
COE = College of Education
COSM = College of Science and Mathematics
Other Faculty = faculty in other colleges, the Henderson Library, or university administration
Seminar Ranking Worksheet: Complete before SOAR!

Before your advisor will release you to register, he or she will ask to see your theme ranking worksheet.  In order to not delay your registration process, complete this form and bring it with you to your advisement session at SOAR.

Please note: bring this completed form to SOAR. You do not need to send this form to Georgia Southern in advance.


ThemeDescriptionCRNSectionDays and TimesInstructorCollege
1980's and 90's Pop CultureAmerican popular culture from the 1980s and 1990s has had an immense impact on the society in which we live today. This course is designed to introduce students to many of those lasting examples within film, television, music and the media. Through various assignments, students will expand their knowledge of Bubblegum pop music and quite possibly discover a way to understand their parents.85244AAHT & Th, 11-11:50Jenkins, DanielOther Faculty
AdultingBeing an adult is sometimes confusing, difficult, and a real pain, but this class is here to help. Consider this a how-to crash course for the real world, where we will answer simple questions with big-time implications. Skills taught will include: how to apply for a job, how to deal with difficult people, and how to open a bank account. 84594OM & W, 12:20-1:10Cofer, CaitlynOther Faculty
America's National ParksConserving 84 million acres of land at over 400 parks that are visited by 320 million people annually-- a number equal to the population of the entire United States-- the US National Park System has been called "America's Best Idea."  Learn about the natural, historic, and cultural sites that this unique system protects, delve into the rich history of its creation and development, and discover what our national parks can offer you, the people.  84584FM, 4-5:15 & W, 4-4:50 (thru 10/4)Radko, Nicholas & Domonick PittsCOSM
Art On CampusMany students rarely step foot in the art museum on a college campus. This course will center around viewing art on campus. By using various critical approaches to art analysis (describe, analyze, interpret and judge), students will learn how to critically evaluate the art objects/experiences in their immediate surroundings. Methods of instruction will include field trips, discussion and lecture. A writing component will ensure students are able to write critically about the visual phenomenon in their world. Professor Bielski is an Assistant Professor of Foundation Studies and is a practicing painter.84614IIW, 2:30-3:45 & M, 2:30-3:20 (thru 10/9)Bielski, Sarah & Miguel LegoasCLASS
Athletic CoachingThis course addresses the mental and emotional challenges of teaching student athletes and managing a sports program. It explores the roles of a head coach, the qualities a coach should possess, relationships with the administration and other faculty, the recruiting process, off-season planning and final preparation for the season.84630ZZW, 2:30-3:45 & M, 2:30-3:20 (thru 10/9)Zwald, Drew & LaNesha McCannCHHS
Athletic CoachingThis course addresses the mental and emotional challenges of teaching student athletes and managing a sports program. It explores the roles of a head coach, the qualities a coach should possess, relationships with the administration and other faculty, the recruiting process, off-season planning and final preparation for the season.84629YYW, 4-5:15 & M, 4-4:50 (thru 10/9)Zwald, Drew & Kara GuthrieCHHS
Authority, Resistance, and RevoltThis course will examine authority, resistance, and revolt from the 1950s to the present. We will look at ways in which literature, music, and film have imagined forms of revolt against perceived authority figures and unjust political and economic conditions. The course will include written work as well as music and visual art by poets, musicians, artists, and activists such as Allen Ginsberg, RZA, Banksy, Kathleen Hanna, Lou Reed, Angela Davis, Leonard Peltier, and Sonic Youth.84612GGT & Th, 5-5:50Curtis, FinbarrCLASS
Baseball and College BasketballThis course will focus on the history of baseball from the 1890s to the present and the history of college basketball since the 1970s. The midterm will be a baseball game and the final will be a basketball game at the RAC.84676CAT & Th, 11-11:50Weaver, JohnCOE
Brains and Bad BehaviorDelinquent and criminal behavior is influenced by the structure and function of the brain. This course will discuss the role of the brain in psychopathic, criminal, and chronic violent behavior. 84702JVM & W, 4-4:50Posick, ChadCLASS
BridgeBridge is a game for blue-haired old ladies, right?  Not according to Bill Gates and William Buffet.  As one commentator has noted, "Bridge is a game full of strategy and tactics. It's part science, part math, part logic, part reason. Bridge embodies cooperation, logic, problem-solving and has even been linked to higher test scores among children."  In this seminar, we'll examine these claims, and in the process, perhaps you'll set yourself up for success as well.84587IM & W, 1:25-2:15Mullen, LindaCOBA
Building Successful Relationships Establishing and nurturing healthy interpersonal relationships is a great source of pleasure which, at times, can be painful. Interpersonal relationships are especially important as you begin your college career because through them you develop your sense of personal identity and your world view. This course will focus on the interpersonal communication skills that are necessary for developing and maintaining positive relationships. Topics will include self-awareness, dealing with emotions, developing close relationships and managing interpersonal conflict.85730PPPM & W, 2:30-3:20Graham, Beverly CLASS
Campus Journalism: Dive Right In!Did you have fun on your high school yearbook, newspaper, magazine or TV staff? Or does it just sound like fun to report news about your fellow Georgia Southern first-year students? Practice writing and other storytelling skills and see your work online (and sometimes in print). Learn how the modern media business works and get an introduction to GSU Student Media. Don't think lonely hours writing essays (unless you like that). Think working with peers to serve an audience. No journalism experience necessary. Enthusiasm required.84596QT & Th, 3:30-4:20Reid, SamanthaOther Faculty
Career ConnectionsStudents will have the opportunity to explore how their interests, skills, and values relate to various careers and identify majors that fit with their personality. Through this course, students will take a variety of career assessments, research careers of interest, and begin implementing a four-year career plan essential to success for their future. 84647AQT & Th, 9:30-10:20Rowell, Amy Other Faculty
Career in AccountingThis course will discuss the history of accounting, what a career in accounting is like today, and where the profession is headed in the future.84652AVM & W, 9:05-9:55Harter, ChuckCOBA
ChangeWe will examine how various characters in contemporary American short fiction adjust to life-altering changes--some subtle, some catastrophic--to reach conclusions about best practices for dealing with change in our own lives. 84593NT, 2-3:15 & Th, 2-2:50 (thru 10/5)Edenfield, Olivia & Kenzel HillCLASS
ChangeWe will examine how various characters in contemporary American short fiction adjust to life-altering changes--some subtle, some catastrophic--to reach conclusions about best practices for dealing with change in our own lives. 84589KTh, 2-3:15 &, T, 2-2:50 (thru 10/3)Edenfield, Olivia & Staci RobinsonCLASS
Chemistry of ColorColor is a very exciting property of nature. We will explore what color is and its physical, chemical, and biological causes, both in class and on the Internet. We will be looking at dyes, gems, rainbows, and much else.84641AKTh, 12:30-1:45 & T, 12:30-1:20 (thru 10/3)Hurst, Michael & Sarah DeloachCOSM
Chemistry of ColorColor is a very exciting property of nature. We will explore what color is and its physical, chemical, and biological causes, both in class and on the Internet. We will be looking at dyes, gems, rainbows, and much else.84642ALTh, 2-3:15 &, T, 2-2:50 (thru 10/3)Hurst, Michael & Jessica MartinezCOSM
Civility and RhetoricMy course would be an exploration of the practice of civility (and incivility) given our contentious and divided political and social atmosphere, particularly the rhetoric of political campaigns, the tone, content, and validity of media coverage, and the dialogue of social media. 84665BIM & W, 10:10-11Spearman, JessicaCLASS
College is a Marathon, not a SprintThis course is designed to metaphorically compare college to endurance sports and to prepare young men and women to train and complete a marathon in their future. We will cover training, nutrition, preparation, and race day strategies. We will plan to run some local shorter races as part of the course with an ultimate goal of competing in the Savannah Rock N Roll half marathon in November. 84677CBT & Th, 2-2:50Syno, MatthewCHHS
College the Write WayWhether you're composing an e-mail to your professor, trying to understand a difficult textbook, or struggling to balance the demands of college, strong writing skills can serve you well. We'll examine ways in which writing can help you make sense of course readings, communicate effectively with others, and facilitate emotional healing and growth.84664BHT & Th, 12:30-1:20Bos, Monique CLASS
Colonial Americas: Negotiating BoundariesThis course will introduce students to the colonial discourses of negotiating physical and cultural boundaries in the Americas. An important part of the class will involve students in active learning through "reacting to the past" pedagogy. Specifically, students will engage in a game called "Forest Diplomacy: War, Peace, and Land on the Colonial Frontier, 1756-1757" where they use knowledge from the course and individual research to advance peace negotiations to end a vicious and destructive war between Pennsylvania and the Delaware Indians. Learning from this game will then be connected to the negotiation of space in other parts of the Americas.84638AHT & Th, 5-5:50Cornejo Happel, ClaudiaCLASS
Couch to 50K: A Beginner's Guide to Winning the Career RaceNot sure where to start when it comes to choosing a major and deciding on a future career?  This seminar is designed to help students identify their interests and skills in order to help train them to meet their future career goals. This class will also provide a variety of exercises and resources to build a strong resume, prepare for job interviews, follow the pace of the 4-year career plan and ultimately win at finding a successful career!84719LUM & W, 5:30-6:20Bruce, PhilipOther Faculty
Digital Information DiscoveryFor many undergraduates, it is very challenging to search needed information in the age of information explosion. To improve their academic performance, this course is designed to teach first-year undergraduates how to access and locate information more effectively and efficiently. To foster skills of critical thinking, problem solving, and decision making, undergraduate students are trained to retrieve full-text and peer-reviewed academic information across different applications, databases, networks, platforms, and systems. The course is designed not only to improve students' academic performance but also promote their future career development in the ever-changing competitive world beyond.84680CET & Th, 5-5:50Li, LiLiOther Faculty
Discover Spain: Old and NewIn this course, students will be guided in their discovery of Spain. What is there to discover? Spain means bullfights, massive cathedrals, world-class art, Muslim palaces, vibrant folk life, bright sunshine, and the best café con leche. Let's explore this Mediterranean country's mix of old and new, modern and traditional!85243AAFT & Th, 5-5:50Suazo, Jorge W.CLASS
Disney and CommunicationIn this course, students will watch and critically discuss Disney animated films in order to discover the indirect messages being communicated to audiences.84720AAMM & W, 10:10-11Groover, MichelleCLASS
Doing Good by Doing WellThis course provides a look at the roles and responsibility of millennials, the most philanthropic generation, within the non-profit sector. This course will look to the "greater good" by equipping young leaders with the ability to engage with a cause, even if they are not looking for a career in the non-profit sector. "Doing good by doing well" is a life motto and a catalyst to change our world, but it all begins with learning how to communicate. 84765AADT & Th, 9:30-10:20Higgs, HaleyCLASS
Education and the American DreamOur parents, schools and communities work hard to educate us. We in turn use this education to leave our mark in the world as we hope to make this world our "American dream." During your first semester we will look at our educators, our future aspirations and the potential barriers to our plans.84701JCT & Th, 9:30-10:20Thompson, ChristinaCOE
Effective CommunicationThe development of effective communication skills is often identified as the single most important attribute that employers seek in college graduates. This course provides an overview of basic principles and strategies of effective communication in order to develop and improve oral presentation skills, interpersonal communication skills, small group communication skills and understanding mass media messages.84683CHT & Th, 3:30-4:20Geyerman, ChrisCLASS
Energizing EaglesBeing physically active is important for your health and overall wellness. In this course we will discuss basic concepts associated with physical activity and the opportunities to engage in health-promoting activities on campus and within the community.84583EET & Th 12:30-1:20Penix, KellieCHHS
Engineering ChallengesEngineers primarily solve problems by applying science principles. As such, they are prepared to design creative technical solutions that society continually requires. Students in this seminar will investigate the challenges that future engineers will face and solve using new technologies, and they will realize the science and technology skills required to develop such solutions. 84658BCT & Th, 8-8:50Molina, GustavoCEIT
Engineering ChallengesEngineers primarily solve problems by applying science principles. As such, they are prepared to design creative technical solutions that society continually requires. Students in this seminar will investigate the challenges that future engineers will face and solve using new technologies, and they will realize the science and technology skills required to develop such solutions. 84670BNT & Th, 9:30-10:20Molina, GustavoCEIT
Engineering Your FutureThe theme of this course is ideal for all engineering students, especially the first-generation engineers. It will help students explore the engineering fields and the skills needed to succeed as engineers. It will cover essential skills like problem solving, teamwork, technical communication skills, engineering ethics, and skills to succeed in classroom and in the industry. 84687CLT & Th, 8-8:50Siddiqui, SalmanCEIT
Engineering Your FutureThe theme of this course is ideal for all engineering students, especially the first-generation engineers. It will help students explore the engineering fields and the skills needed to succeed as engineers. It will cover essential skills like problem solving, teamwork, technical communication skills, engineering ethics, and skills to succeed in classroom and in the industry. 84688CMT & Th, 9:30-10:20Siddiqui, SalmanCEIT
Ethical Dilemmas BusinessWhat are business ethics? Very public scandals have shaken the real estate, mortgage and banking industries. Examples of unethical behaviors also exist in the small business and nonprofit sector. Why would a company take such risks? This course will examine both current (and historical) examples of unethical behavior(s) in businesses. We will discuss factors influencing managerial ethics and look at ways many businesses prevent overstepping boundaries. When faced with future ethical dilemmas, what are some basic questions that might help us all make better business decisions?84581CM & W, 1:25-2:15Roach, SusanOther Faculty
Ethical Dilemmas BusinessWhat are business ethics? Very public scandals have shaken the real estate, mortgage and banking industries. Examples of unethical behaviors also exist in the small business and nonprofit sector. Why would a company take such risks? This course will examine both current (and historical) examples of unethical behavior(s) in businesses. We will discuss factors influencing managerial ethics and look at ways many businesses prevent overstepping boundaries. When faced with future ethical dilemmas, what are some basic questions that might help us all make better business decisions?84580BM & W, 12:20-1:10Roach, SusanOther Faculty
Ethical Dilemmas BusinessWhat are business ethics? Very public scandals have shaken the real estate, mortgage and banking industries. Examples of unethical behaviors also exist in the small business and nonprofit sector. Why would a company take such risks? This course will examine both current (and historical) examples of unethical behavior(s) in businesses. We will discuss factors influencing managerial ethics and look at ways many businesses prevent overstepping boundaries. When faced with future ethical dilemmas, what are some basic questions that might help us all make better business decisions?84582DM & W, 2:30-3:20Roach, SusanOther Faculty
Exploring LeadershipOur rapidly changing world needs each of us to do what we can to make a difference. This course is designed to help you understand that you are capable of being effective leaders and to guide you in developing your leadership potential. You will be exposed to key concepts of leadership and engage in activities that will encourage you to think about your own leadership style. We will examine both the 'how' and the 'why' of leadership as a relational process, and also challenge each other to think about how we can practice leadership throughout our lives. Be prepared to work hard and have fun!84654AXM & W, 11:15-12:05Calhoun, Dan COE
Exploring Our Love Affair with FoodWe will explore a cornucopia of topics related to food: food culture, food festivals, food-related social movements and more, including what food means to you. This seminar is in part directed by student interests related to food. In other words, what you "bring to the table" will help direct what we do in class. 85229HHHT, 3:30-4:45 & Th, 3:30-4:20 (thru 10/5)Kennerly, Rebecca & Staci RobinsonCLASS
Exploring Technology at Georgia SouthernTechnology available to students is evolving. We'll explore what's available now and what's on the horizon.84657BAT & Th, 5-5:50Reaves, PaulOther Faculty
FanfictionWhile J. K. Rowling may have written the Harry Potter series, she isn't the only author to have penned the adventures of Harry and company. Over 758,000 different works written by fans exist in one internet archive alone. These fan-produced stories are known as fanfiction. We will study the history of fanfiction, what drives fans to write such works, and, finally, the communities which are formed through the interaction of fan-authors with their audience.84601VW, 4-5:15 & M, 4-4:50 (thru 10/9)Douberly, Julie & Candace DuganCLASS
FilmFeature-length films are among the most discussed and compelling art forms of our time. In this course, we will watch and critically discuss a number of award-winning and significant films, analyzing them as stories using the conventions of literature. For example, we will discuss elements such as plot, setting, character, dialogue, action, motif, theme, and meaning.84692YAT, 11-12:15 & Th, 11-1:50 (thru 10/5)Edwards, BradleyCLASS
FilmFeature-length films are among the most discussed and compelling art forms of our time. In this course, we will watch and critically discuss a number of award-winning and significant films, analyzing them as stories using the conventions of literature. For example, we will discuss elements such as plot, setting, character, dialogue, action, motif, theme, and meaning.84693YBTh, 11-12:15 & T, 11-11:50 (thru 10/3)Edwards, BradleyCLASS
Financial Stability in College & BeyondToday’s college students graduate with a larger amount of debt from student loans, credit cards, and car payments than any previous generation of college graduates. Is anyone to blame for this? Students' reckless spending? Parents' failure to plan? Governments' misguided priorities? In this course section, we will consider these issues as well as focus on personal financial budgeting and planning skills for today’s college students. We will also discuss personal investment, financial savings, and lifelong issues of retirement investment and financial planning.84651BLAT & Th, 9:30-10:20Beebe Novotny, Theresa Other Faculty
Find Your MiddleWe live in a world of extremes. Too much food or not enough at all. Too many luxuries or lack of bare essentials. Right wing vs. left wing. Living in extremes causes a constant clash of conflict in our society which disrupts community. In order to foster an environment where civility, empathy, and respect reign, we must encourage community members to find their middle. Micheal Jackson encouraged us to "start with the man in the mirror." Find the places where you are living in extremes (lifestyle, thought processes, etc.) and adjust toward a more balanced mindset and understanding of the world. 84628ZZAM & W, 10:10-11Jackson, PatriceOther Faculty
Food and SustainabilityWhat should we eat for dinner? We all ask this question, but have you ever thought about it on a deeper level? Why do people choose to buy organic foods, be vegetarian, or buy local? In this section we will discuss how our food is grown, where it is grown, and the subsequent consequences to sustainable living. To facilitate our discussion, we will read   The Omnivore's Dilemma   and other related materials, watch food documentaries, and visit both a local farmer's market and a local grocery store. Our discussion will focus on a biological perspective by comparing agricultural systems with natural ecosystems and by considering the health implications of our diet. The course will end with a meal made from locally grown food.84681AAEM & W, 2:30-3:20Cawthorn, MichelleCOSM
Food and SustainabilityWhat should we eat for dinner? We all ask this question, but have you ever thought about it on a deeper level? Why do people choose to buy organic foods, be vegetarian, or buy local? In this section we will discuss how our food is grown, where it is grown, and the subsequent consequences to sustainable living. To facilitate our discussion, we will read   The Omnivore's Dilemma   and other related materials, watch food documentaries, and visit both a local farmer's market and a local grocery store. Our discussion will focus on a biological perspective by comparing agricultural systems with natural ecosystems and by considering the health implications of our diet. The course will end with a meal made from locally grown food.84682CGT & Th, 9:30-10:20Cawthorn, MichelleCOSM
Food Television This course will focus on the history of food television through an examination of cooking-related television shows and personalities. We will look closely at the rise of celebrity chefs like Julia Childs, Emeril Lagasse, and Richard Blaise and the popularity of a variety of network shows like Chopped, Top Chef, and Man v. Food. Students will work to understand the role of cooking and food in American popular culture. As a final project, students will be tasked with developing their own food-based television program. 84625UUM & W, 1:25-2:15Abreu, ChristinaCLASS
Free SpeechIn 1964, Justice William J. Brennan, Jr. wrote in  New York Times v. Sullivan that the First Amendment provides that "debate on public issues ... [should be] ... uninhibited, robust, and wide-open." In practice, however, Americans have vigorously disputed the application of the First Amendment. Most people believe in the right to free speech, but debate whether it should cover flag-burning, music lyrics, advertising, hate speech, pornography, and other forms of symbolic speech. Many would agree to limiting some forms of free expression. We will tackle this issue by first placing free speech in a global perspective. Next, we will look at some classic challenges to the freedom of expression in American history. Finally, we will try to project what the future holds for this basic human right.85227CCCM & W, 2:30-3:20Downs, AlanCLASS
Free SpeechIn 1964, Justice William J. Brennan, Jr. wrote in  New York Times v. Sullivan that the First Amendment provides that "debate on public issues ... [should be] ... uninhibited, robust, and wide-open." In practice, however, Americans have vigorously disputed the application of the First Amendment. Most people believe in the right to free speech, but debate whether it should cover flag-burning, music lyrics, advertising, hate speech, pornography, and other forms of symbolic speech. Many would agree to limiting some forms of free expression. We will tackle this issue by first placing free speech in a global perspective. Next, we will look at some classic challenges to the freedom of expression in American history. Finally, we will try to project what the future holds for this basic human right.85228BBBM & W, 4-4:50Downs, AlanCLASS
From Combat to the ClassroomThis FYE 1220 section is designed for veterans, military service members, family members of military service personal, ROTC cadets or anyone who cares about veteran’s issues. Together we will explore cultural and social influences that may impact veterans as they transition from active duty into higher education as well as current military service members who are still serving. We will assess potential barriers to veteran success as well as resources here on campus that can assist in successful integration. Along with campus resources, this course is intended to assist in building and expanding the student’s social support network with other students in this course. This course is taught by a veteran and is designed to be interactive to allow veterans to draw upon their experiences to assist in planning their collegiate experience.84751ZZZM & W, 10:10-11Jordan, ErinCHHS
Get To Know YourselfOne of the most common questions and concerns that modern-day college students have is: What do I want to be when I graduate? This is an excellent question, and one to be answered. However, too many students forget to ask one of the most important questions of all: Who am I? The experience of attending college is perhaps the most effective tool for finding the answer to such a critical question. This course will examine trends and characteristics of the contemporary college student by focusing on well-known student development theories.84655AYM & W, 5:30-6:20Pollett, JayOther Faculty
Get To Know YourselfOne of the most common questions and concerns that modern-day college students have is: What do I want to be when I graduate? This is an excellent question, and one to be answered. However, too many students forget to ask one of the most important questions of all: Who am I? The experience of attending college is perhaps the most effective tool for finding the answer to such a critical question. This course will examine trends and characteristics of the contemporary college student by focusing on well-known student development theories.84656AZT & Th, 5-5:50Pollett, JayOther Faculty
Get Your Life: Strategies for Mental ToughnessStudy hard. Make time for family. Stay active. Manage your finances.  Get involved. Build your resume. Eat right. Get a good GPA. Make friends.  With all the obligations that come with adulting, it can be tough to stay positive and resilient in the face of everyday challenges. This course will examine ways to increase mental toughness, so you can persist through difficult times, and “get your life.”84586HM & W, 11:15-12:05Spence, AliciaOther Faculty
Girls and Women in SportsThis course will focus on the social and cultural history of female athleticism. Topics will include: changing social perceptions of the female athlete; social, cultural, and legal barriers to participation; opportunities for female athletes at different levels of sport (recreational youth sports, interscholastic and intercollegiate sports, professional sports); how race and social class affect girls' and women's sporting experiences; and, homophobia within women's sports.85224ABAM & W, 10:10-11Malcom, NancyCLASS
Goal SettingIt can be hard to stay focused and plan ahead, especially if you're not sure what you're planning for. On the other hand, you may know exactly what you want out of life, but are just not sure how to get there. Managing time, money and adjusting to a new lifestyle may also make attaining your goals appear impossible. This course will introduce methods and techniques for goal setting and achievement. The course is taught by a certified athletic trainer who has spent years working with athletes and their process of return to play after injury. Specific approaches are used to maintain focus and ambition along the journey to return to competition and these same techniques can be applied to your goals, big and small. 84605ZM & W, 12:20-1:10Mutchler, JessicaCHHS
Good GriefWhether you have been the outsider or the insider when it comes to death and loss, we have a lot to teach each other on this much avoided but extremely essential topic. From the maturational losses experienced by every college freshmen to the disenfranchised losses experienced by others throughout our lives, this class brings it all to the forefront, with feelings of awkwardness to feelings of normalcy, and unique bonds that are sure to stick.84699JZM & W, 1:25-2:15Johnson, AbbyCLASS
Good GriefWhether you have been the outsider or the insider when it comes to death and loss, we have a lot to teach each other on this much avoided but extremely essential topic. From the maturational losses experienced by every college freshmen to the disenfranchised losses experienced by others throughout our lives, this class brings it all to the forefront, with feelings of awkwardness to feelings of normalcy, and unique bonds that are sure to stick.84700JXM & W, 2:30-3:20Johnson, AbbyCLASS
Graphic NovelsWe will read and discuss the theoretical underpinnings of the genre as well as representatives of the anime, superhero, memoir/biography, and fantasy subgenres.84617LLT & Th, 3:30-4:20Pellegrino, JoeCLASS
Greater Than Yourself: The Ultimate Leadership LessonLeadership is not about getting ahead but rather about putting others ahead of yourself. This course will focus on the concept of Greater Than Yourself by Steve Farber. Students will engage in lifelong learning, self-discovery, personal-values assessment, mentorship and selfless leadership.84667BKM & W, 11:15-12:05Wood, CaraOther Faculty
Group theory, the language of the Rubik's Cube and Nature's symmetriesGroups are one of the essential structures in mathematics. They are fundamental in physics and in theoretical chemistry as well. In this seminar, we will discover what a group is, how their properties are abstracted and how they are studied. Trigonometry is a requirement.84672BQT, 9:30-10:45 & Th, 9:30-10:20 (thru 10/5)Dillies, JimmyCOSM
Healthy Diet, Happy Life!In this course we will be exploring and analyzing our diets. Through an introspective approach we will explore the different aspects of eating healthy and learn how to analyze other popular diets. We will learn how to implement a behavior change that will elevate your mood, increase academic performance, improve your sleep quality, and enhance your overall well being!85223AAWM & W, 9:05-9:55Kuykendall, JulieCHHS
History of BaseballThis course investigates the history of baseball in the U.S., from its origins in nineteenth century to present day, examining the broad cultural and geographic diffusions to other countries.84649AST & Th, 12:30-1:20Smith, SolomonCLASS
History of Rock-n-RollRock-n-roll is a way of life and has been with us for over 50 years. We will be tracing the origins of rock-n-roll in the 1950s and seeing its development through the decades of the 20th century and into our current time. We will look at the various incarnations and styles of rock-n-roll such as psychedelic, classic rock, heavy metal, alternative, industrial, reggae, rap, funk, and punk.84679CDM & W, 12:20-1:10Czech, MichaelOther Faculty
Horror CinemaHow did we get from Alfred Hitchcock's  Psycho  (1960) to James Wan's  Saw  (2004)? from George Romero's  Night of the Living Dead  (1968) to Danny Boyle's  28 Days Later  (2002)? This course explores influential films in the horror genre and examines the cinematic, cultural, and historical reasons for their mainstream appeal.84610EEW, 5:30-6:45 & M, 5:30-6:20 (thru 10/9)Kluge, Stacy & Elanie BrownOther Faculty
I am First!Students who seek to transcend the education of their parent(s)/guardian(s) are courageous. In this course, students will examine the success of extraordinary first-generation students, understand some of the challenges first-generation students face, and appreciate the different experiences they bring to their learning environments, careers, and families. This session will also introduce students to campus resources and provide them with a space to be reflective among peers. 84669BMT & Th, 11-11:50Harris , LeslieannOther Faculty
Law for You: A View of the Law in Everyday LifeLaw is a part of life, and is more than just a system for punishing crimes. We depend on the structure the law provides for many everyday transactions, from renting an apartment to buying a car to opening a credit card account. Explore the basics through media and current events in this course.85746CCZT & Th, 2-2:50Harris, LainieCOBA
Leaving a Lasting Legacy at GSUThe course will use Randy Pausch's "The Last Lecture" to explore what it means to leave a lasting legacy. Students will learn about opportunities at GSU and apply Pausch's message to themselves and what kind of legacy they would like to leave behind.84746AAOM & W, 11:15-12:05Ogburn, JulieOther Faculty
Logic and Paradoxes The basic principles that constitute the foundations and logical coherence of human reasoning have been seriously challenged by both philosophy and the mathematical sciences on more than one occasion. Some of these challenges are called "paradoxes," and they indicate that some of the most deeply ingrained and widely accepted principles of human reasoning, such as certain ideas on which mathematics is founded, are potentially fragile and certainly worth questioning. In this course we will examine a number of these problems, including their origins and implications, and if we have enough time, we will take a brief look at possible solutions to these conundrums. This course presupposes no background beyond elementary arithmetic; all other methods and concepts are explained from scratch.84764AABM & W, 11:15-12:05Higgerson, Robert Other Faculty
Logic and the Criminal Law The theme of this section is an introduction to the Philosophy of Law. It explores the philosophical issues that arise in the study of criminal law. Philosophy is the use of reason to pursue wisdom and truth. Critical Thinking skills are developed and then used to investigate issues such as: Is there a moral duty to obey the law? Is necessity ever a justifiable defense for breaking the law? What is the nature of a criminal act? Are crimes committed under duress justified? Is an unconscious action really an act? Can the failure to act ever be justifiably punished? 87051FCW, 2:30-3:45 & M, 2:30-3:20 (thru 10/9)Eaton, WilliamCLASS
Making the Most of Georgia SouthernThis course will introduce you to Georgia Southern's community. We will discuss resources for student success at Georgia Southern. A majority of the class will focus on helping you integrate your experiences, both inside and outside the classroom, into a resume to display your knowledge and learning. Additionally, we will create an involvement plan that ties your goals to activities within the Georgia Southern community.84668BLT & Th, 3:30-4:20Duggar, TheresaOther Faculty
Math Goes to Hollywood Math in the movies and television can be informative, interesting, humorous, and integral to the plot. We will examine many instances of math in Hollywood, such as in  Cast Away Numb3rs Die Hard with a Vengeance The Wizard of Oz , and  October Sky . We will then study the intricacies behind these concepts.84684CIM & W, 11:15-12:05Lee, BridgettCOSM
Math Goes to Hollywood Math in the movies and television can be informative, interesting, humorous, and integral to the plot. We will examine many instances of math in Hollywood, such as in  Cast Away Numb3rs Die Hard with a Vengeance The Wizard of Oz , and  October Sky . We will then study the intricacies behind these concepts.84685CJM & W, 12:20-1:10Lee, BridgettCOSM
Mean Girls Based on the academic book Queen Bees and Wannabees, the movie Mean Girls dramatized the ways teenagers communicate with each other. In this course, students will read the book, watch the movie, and discuss their own experiences as ways to examine what both the book and movie got right, as well as what they may have gotten wrong.84602WT & Th, 11-11:50Plew, MissyCLASS
MLK and Malcolm XMartin Luther King, Jr., and Malcolm X are two of the most notable figures from the American civil rights movement who are often examined in opposition to one another. In this course, we will examine and discuss not only the ways in which their philosophies differed, but also the ways in which their different methods influenced the movement in the United States and abroad. This course also examines and discusses the influence of the civil rights movement in relation to present day struggles. This course is designed to discuss the intersections among social justice, leadership, identity, and activism.84648ART & Th, 2-2:50Brown, Takeshia Other Faculty
Money MattersThis course will review the basic money concepts that all undergraduate students should possess to be successful at every point in their life. Students will use the Dave Ramsey curriculum to establish healthy money habits and research current financial issues.84585GM & W, 5:30-6:20Beblowski, PatriciaOther Faculty
Money MattersGetting started on the right financial foot at the beginning of college is critical for a lifetime of financial security. This course will focus on how to make smart personal money decisions including cash flow, budgeting, and avoiding debt. Get control of your personal finances early in your young adulthood. Learn easy, fun principles of handling money, and you will discover that Money Matters.84615JJT & Th, 12:30-1:20Bland, HelenOther Faculty
Musics of the WorldNothing brings together a mass of people like a song or a piece of music. (Disagree? Picture thousands of people dancing and moving to the same beat!). In this course, students are introduced to musics from around the world and discuss why music is such an important part of societies. This course is neither about music history nor about music theory. It is about listening with an open mind!84650ATT, 3:30-4:45 & Th, 3:30-4:20 (thru 10/5)Gendelman, Martin & Verva Jean ShumateCLASS
Personal Finance 101This course will use the Dave Ramsey curriculum to explore personal finance. Issue of saving, budgeting, credit and investing will be discussed. Students will research investing strategies and best practices for being debt free. 84659BDM & W, 11:15-12:05Melton, BridgetCHHS
Physics in Pop-CultureOver the course of the semester, students will investigate how physics is perceived in popular culture. We will discuss as many popular culture applications as possible, including movies, television, video games, and board games, with the inclusion of other aspects as needed. We will culminate with an investigation of how physics is perceived by non-physicists and why, with a focus on methods to push for change.84599TT & Th, 11-11:50Snipes, EricaCOSM
Racism in American InstitutionsThis course will take an intense and in-depth look at a divisive topic. We will seek to explore the complexity of the racial landscape and address heavy and complex concepts which saturate the social realm. Be prepared to have your views reinforced, challenged, reexamined, or even uprooted. Again, be advised that this will be an intense look into the controversial.89689ZIT & Th, 5-5:50Baugh, MichaelOther Faculty
Samurai Jack and Film GenreThrough watching specific episodes of Cartoon Network's Samurai Jack, we'll explore, define, and delve into the history of various film genres, from horror to buddy comedies, to film noir, to westerns, and beyond. Basically, if you like animation and want to learn more about film genres, this is the section for you.85728LLLT, 11-12:15 & Th, 11-1:50 (thru 10/5)Smith, Christopher & Charles WaltersCLASS
Selected Topics in Human AnatomyThis course will investigate the structure and function of the human body and help students to prepare for taking the Human Anatomy and Physiology course required for all allied health majors, such as nursing, exercise science, athletic training and nutrition. Knowledge of human anatomy and physiology is essential for anyone entering the health-related fields. The course will provide fundamental insights into the relationship between morphological structure and physiological function of the human body. 84633SM & W, 1:25-2:15Sturges, DianaCHHS
Selected Topics in Human AnatomyThis course will investigate the structure and function of the human body and help students to prepare for taking the Human Anatomy and Physiology course required for all allied health majors, such as nursing, exercise science, athletic training and nutrition. Knowledge of human anatomy and physiology is essential for anyone entering the health-related fields. The course will provide fundamental insights into the relationship between morphological structure and physiological function of the human body. 84632ACM & W, 12:20-1:10Sturges, DianaCHHS
So You Want to be a Physical Therapist? This section will be geared toward exercise science majors or those thinking about exercise science or rehabilitation sciences. The seminar portion of this course will explore the field of physical therapy through the lens of functional movement.  Students will learn what it means to “move well” and how to identify limited or dysfunctional movement.  The Functional Movement Screen (FMS) will be used as the major research focus and clinical application.  Students will develop skills and knowledge in the field of kinesiology that will prepare them for both preventive and rehabilitation sciences.  84661BEM & W, 10:10-11Melton, BridgetCHHS
Society, Culture, and ESPN's 30 for 30This course will examine society and culture through the lens of ESPN’s 30 for 30 documentaries.  We will explore the ways in which sports reflects and shapes society.  Topics include, but are not limited to, performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs), head injuries, sexual assault and domestic violence, racism, sexism, shamateurism, bullying/hazing, and storytelling.  Students will work in teams on their own sports documentaries.84627WWT & Th, 12:30-1:20Hall, EricCLASS
Spain thru the Artists' EyesSpain thru the Artists’ Eyes provides students with the opportunity to learn about Spain’s culture and history as viewed through the eyes of many of Spain’s most well known artists. The course will address various historical periods, artists, creative practices, and themes.84732AAZM & W, 10:10-11McGrath, MikeCLASS
Spain thru the Artists' EyesSpain thru the Artists’ Eyes provides students with the opportunity to learn about Spain’s culture and history as viewed through the eyes of many of Spain’s most well known artists. The course will address various historical periods, artists, creative practices, and themes.84722JJUM & W, 9:05-9:55McGrath, MikeCLASS
Sports ScienceThis seminar is designed to provide an overview of sports science. Emphasis is placed on the exercise and sport sciences, technology, and lessons learned from sport. 84618MMM & W, 5:30-6:20Rossi, Stephen CHHS
Sports ScienceThis seminar is designed to provide an overview of sports science. Emphasis is placed on the exercise and sport sciences, technology, and lessons learned from sport. 84619OOT & Th, 5-5:50Rossi, Stephen CHHS
Sustainability and EngineeringThis course introduces students to the basic concept of sustainability and how it can be enhanced through effective engineering practice. Topics such as green power generation, green design and environment-friendly product disposal will be discussed. Examples of green design will be examined. The course will also make use of some audio visual media to aid in instruction.84698JLM & W, 2:30-3:20Desai, AnoopCEIT
Sustainability and EngineeringThis course introduces students to the basic concept of sustainability and how it can be enhanced through effective engineering practice. Topics such as green power generation, green design and environment-friendly product disposal will be discussed. Examples of green design will be examined. The course will also make use of some audio visual media to aid in instruction.84697JKT & Th, 2-2:50Desai, AnoopCEIT
Teach Better, Learn BetterCurious about how you can use your learning skills from your high school experience to help you now that you are in a university setting? Are you looking for ways to use what works for you to assist in your learning? How does your preference for teaching styles affect how you will learn from college professors? Join us in a fun interactive class that explores ways to support your learning.85727BIIT & Th, 9:30-10:20Harris, KymberlyCOE
Teaching in Secondary SchoolsThis course will look at the role of secondary schools in the educational process. The course will focus on learning about resources available to become a secondary teacher and learning more about expectations of a secondary teacher.84686CKM & W, 2:30-3:20Chamblee, GregoryCOE
TED Talks for CollegeIn this course, students will view and discuss TED Talks related to college life, including topics such as learning, time management, and getting the most out of the college experience. Students will have an opportunity to apply what they learn through various assignments and experiences, in addition to engagement in discussion with peers.85225YYYM & W, 9:05-9:55Langdon, JodyCHHS
TED Talks for CollegeIn this course, students will view and discuss TED Talks related to college life, including topics such as learning, time management, and getting the most out of the college experience. Students will have an opportunity to apply what they learn through various assignments and experiences, in addition to engagement in discussion with peers.85226BAAT & Th, 2-2:50Langdon, JodyCHHS
TerrorismThis course examines terrorism in its various international and domestic forms. This class will explore terrorism's definition, components, different typologies, and history through class readings, discussions, and documentaries. Students will complete a terror group profile presentation.84597RM & W, 2:30-3:20Gayan, MelissaCLASS
TerrorismThis course examines terrorism in its various international and domestic forms. This class will explore terrorism's definition, components, different typologies, and history through class readings, discussions, and documentaries. Students will complete a terror group profile presentation.84598AACM & W, 4-4:50Gayan, MelissaCLASS
The Art of Disney and its Impact on Mass MediaThis seminar explores Walt Disney and the Disney Studio's contributions to animation, illustration and theme park design from 1936 to roughly 1986. We will also discuss the lasting effects of these contributions within mass media and popular culture.84639AITh, 11-12:15 & T, 11-11:50 (thru 10/3)Burke, Jessica & Casey WeaverCLASS
The Future of EnergyThe global challenge of fossil fuel replacement has no simple solution. We'll discuss wind, solar, geothermal, nuclear, hydrogen, and other types of energy, along with their corresponding promises, myths, limitations, and hopes. The relationship of future energy sources to daily living will be explored.84634AET & Th, 2-2:50Orvis, JessicaCOSM
The Georgia Southern ExperienceThis course will focus on Georgia Southern and all the resources available for students. We will explore university history, campus offices in depth, and campus life (including community attractions such as the Downtown Campus, the Wildlife Center, Botanical Gardens, etc.). We also will examine issues in higher education nationally and statewide that affect Georgia Southern.84636NNM & W, 11:15-12:05Cross, LydiaCOE
The Georgia Southern ExperienceThis course will focus on Georgia Southern and all the resources available for students. We will explore university history, campus offices in depth, and campus life (including community attractions such as the Downtown Campus, the Wildlife Center, Botanical Gardens, etc.). We also will examine issues in higher education nationally and statewide that affect Georgia Southern.84637AGT & Th, 11-11:50Cross, LydiaCOE
The Good LifeThe theme for the seminar is what constitutes a "good life." In a world that places a premium on instantaneous reactions such as tweets and texts, there is little time for deeper reflection. College should be a place where this process of deeper reflection is encouraged and guided. This course will begin that process by asking the simple, but difficult questions, "What is a good life?" and "How do I go about creating a good life for myself?"84607BBW, 4-5:15 & M, 4-4:50 (thru 10/9)Alley, David & Susan RoachCLASS
The Good LifeThe theme for the seminar is what constitutes a "good life." In a world that places a premium on instantaneous reactions such as tweets and texts, there is little time for deeper reflection. College should be a place where this process of deeper reflection is encouraged and guided. This course will begin that process by asking the simple, but difficult questions, "What is a good life?" and "How do I go about creating a good life for myself?"84609DDM, 4-5:15 & W, 4-4:50 (thru 10/4)Alley, David & Susan RoachCLASS
The Influence of Latin American Dance on the USAIn this course we will explore the influence of Latin American music and dance on US society (e.g., race relations, politics, economics, culture). We will discuss readings and audio-visual materials, write a brief research paper, and learn to recognize the music and perform the basic dance steps of a variety of genres.85232CAAM & W, 1:25-2:15Kartchner, EricCLASS
The Supernatural and Unexplained PhenomenaThis course will examine supernatural (ghosts, UFOs, etc.) and other unexplained phenomena (Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster, etc.) through documentaries and online forums. We will not be primarily concerned with debating the existence of the supernatural, but rather considering what our interest in such phenomena reveals about us and the society in which we live.84678BYM & W, 12:20-1:10Feltman, Brian K.CLASS
Things and ZinesBy exploring your favorite things (from films to fandoms to frittatas to whatever you want), we'll learn about zine culture and create pocket publications that can be distributed to the world at large. While we'll be doing a fair amount of artwork in the course, no art experience is required.84626VVT, 12:30-1:45 & Th, 12:30-1:20 (thru 10/5)Smith, Christopher & Telecia TaylorCLASS
Thriving in the Apocalypse: Planning that is ProvocativePrepping is not just a skill, it is a way of life. This intense planning is applied to everything, including preparing for the apocalypse. Are you prepared for natural disasters, solar flares, economic collapse, civil unrest, EMP, nuclear war, and zombies? Learn how to plan, what equipment is needed, first aid, small unit tactics, and much more. Don't just survive, thrive in life and the apocalypse.84745AAIM & W, 12:20-1:10Tysinger, JeffCOE
Tragedy at Columbine This course is designed to provide you an inside look into the 1999 massacre at Columbine High School. Throughout this course, we will walk through the events of April 20, 1999, the killer profiles, the victims, media outlets perspective, gun control, and much more. This course is designed to allow for open conversation within the classroom. 84674BZM & W, 11:15-12:05Franks, Logan Other Faculty
Unlikely Stories to Divert and DistractCritical thinking, while important to your academic journey, is also a skill that should be developed for life outside of the classroom walls. In this course we will study film, literature, and popular culture for effective (and ineffective) problem solving skills, as well as what lessons you should take from them.84635AFT & Th, 3:30-4:20Holley, WilliamCLASS
Value of Higher Education and College AthleticsThis course explores current topics in higher education and college athletics and seeks to answer the question of value for both entities.84579AT & Th, 3:30-4:20Roughton, KeithOther Faculty
Video Game CultureWe examine how video games have helped narratives evolve, changed on-the-job training, and enhanced the way we communicate. By looking at a number of different game classifications, we will be able to see how this medium offers a new concept of culture, and continues to lead the charge into the ever-expanding digital world. This course will enhance your information literacy skills and your cognitive and affective integration into the University community by asking you to think about far more than just video games. 84644ANM & W, 1:25-2:15Anderson, DustinCLASS
Video Game CultureWe examine how video games have helped narratives evolve, changed on-the-job training, and enhanced the way we communicate. By looking at a number of different game classifications, we will be able to see how this medium offers a new concept of culture, and continues to lead the charge into the ever-expanding digital world. This course will enhance your information literacy skills and your cognitive and affective integration into the University community by asking you to think about far more than just video games. 84643AMM & W, 12:20-1:10Anderson, DustinCLASS
Video Games and WritingIn this course, we will explore how the design of video games helps us consider the deliberate composition of written pieces and the habits students can develop for success.84744AAGT & Th, 3:30-4:45Moody, BrandiCLASS
Welcome to Hogwarts!In this course, students will explore the cultural phenomenon of Harry Potter and examine the influence of the Harry Potter texts and films on popular culture. We will discuss the ways in which the world of Harry Potter connects to and differs from our own Muggle existence.84666BJW, 2:30-3:45 & M, 2:30-3:20 (thru 10/9)Williams, Leigh Ann & Thomas MerrillCLASS
What does it Mean to be a Good Man/Woman?Knowing what it means to be a "good woman" or "good man" seems to be more complicated than ever -- or is it? Students will research and discuss masculinity, femininity, and ethics in order to gain a better understanding of themselves, the world, how to bring relevant research to civil dialogue.85208AAYT & Th, 12:30-1:20Keane, DrewCLASS
What is the Right Thing To DoBased loosely on Michael Sandel's course at Harvard called Justice, "What is the Right Thing To Do?" looks at all aspects of life and decision making. We will specifically talk about schools-- the way they were, the way they are and the way they could be. Also, we will be discussing what we should be getting from our college experience. For example, does your education help you know what is the right thing to do morally and ethically?84709JOT, 9:30-10:45 & Th, 9:30-10:20 (thru 10/5)Moore, Michael & Janice SimonCOE
What is the Right Thing To DoBased loosely on Michael Sandel's course at Harvard called Justice, "What is the Right Thing To Do?" looks at all aspects of life and decision making. We will specifically talk about schools-- the way they were, the way they are and the way they could be. Also, we will be discussing what we should be getting from our college experience. For example, does your education help you know what is the right thing to do morally and ethically?84713MKTh, 9:30-10:45 & T, 9:30-10:20 (thru 10/3)Moore, Michael & Tina HoeslCOE
What Motivates You?What drives you to succeed? Maybe it's money, maybe it's the need to impress your peers, or even impress yourself. In this class, we will dive into the reality of what keeps us ticking in the face of adversity while learning how to be mindful of our decisions and consequences along the way.84603XT & Th, 12:30-1:20Coggins, WilliamCOSM
What Motivates You?What drives you to succeed? Maybe it's money, maybe it's the need to impress your peers, or even impress yourself. In this class, we will dive into the reality of what keeps us ticking in the face of adversity while learning how to be mindful of our decisions and consequences along the way.84604YT & Th, 2-2:50Coggins, WilliamCOSM
What Would You Do? This particular section of FYE 1220 is structured around Georgia Southern VALUES and decision making surrounding ethical dilemmas as well as social issues. Even when we're covering other material common to all FYE 1220 sections, we'll seek to tie the topic into how it relates to Georgia Southern VALUES and everyday decision making. Be prepared to work hard and have fun!84646APM & W, 9:05-9:55Whitesel, Mark Other Faculty
Winning at MathFor many students math is one of the most difficult subjects in college. Every student must pass at least one math course to graduate. Many students are intimidated by math due to a variety of reasons. However, math is the "critical filter" for education. The more math you have had, the more job opportunities you will have. Math anxiety is an emotional or physical response to taking math courses or any math-related situation. Math anxiety is a learned behavior and can be unlearned! Students who are anxious about a test or about math in general are focusing energy on their uncomfortable feelings instead of on learning the concept or completing the course. Methods to overcome math-anxious feelings will be investigated.84621QQM & W, 10:10-11Winskie, AmyCOSM
Winning at MathFor many students math is one of the most difficult subjects in college. Every student must pass at least one math course to graduate. Many students are intimidated by math due to a variety of reasons. However, math is the "critical filter" for education. The more math you have had, the more job opportunities you will have. Math anxiety is an emotional or physical response to taking math courses or any math-related situation. Math anxiety is a learned behavior and can be unlearned! Students who are anxious about a test or about math in general are focusing energy on their uncomfortable feelings instead of on learning the concept or completing the course. Methods to overcome math-anxious feelings will be investigated.84622RRM & W, 8-8:50Winskie, AmyCOSM
Wise TravelersWe'll explore a travel destination while also creating resources in a variety of formats. Students will research their chosen destination and, then, as the "expert" travel agent, will design trips for specified audiences.84620PPM & W, 1:25-2:15Albertson, KathyCLASS
Working in TVThere are more television jobs behind the camera than in front of the camera. You probably don't know many of the various roles for each type of television show, network or TV station. Your career may take you in places you never heard of before. This class will give you a realistic and straight forward look at television jobs. We will discuss the paths you can take to have a long and rewarding career in a fun and exciting profession.84616KKM & W, 10:10-11Cummings, DeanCLASS

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