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UGS 302 - Language and Humor

This assignment integrates two components of a Signature Course: a collection found in the Dolph Briscoe Center for American History (a campus gem) and library more...

UGS 303: Journalism And/In Democracy

In this course, students had to choose 5 newspaper articles about US foreign policy toward Pakistan, conduct an ideological analysis of the coverage and assess more...

UGS 302: Time Matters

This seminar required that a different student abstract a reading each week and use that reading and background information to generate discussion questions for more...

AMS 311S, WGS 301, E 314J: American Images: Photography, Literature, Archive

This course met once a week at the Ransom Center to work with primary sources within their archival collections. Questions
about the power of archives to more...

UGS 303: Women for Sale - The Economic, Social, and Political Proposition of Human Trafficking

The students had 3 writing assignments over the course of the semester that connected to each other in terms of focus. The librarian worked with the faculty to more...

UGS 302: Understanding 9/11

In this seminar, students completed an initial research exercise that required them to find two sources that supported a journalist's reporting on an event more...

UGS 303: Knowing - Acquiring and Sharing Information in the Information Age

Students in this class had to choose a topic related to human information processing and write a paper about it. Because they were new to the concept of human more...

TC 302: Pathways to Civic Engagement

In this course, students work in groups to deeply research a local issue, culminating in a research paper and presentation to leaders in the community working to more...

UGS 303: Justice, Liberty, Happiness

To gain an introduction to finding scholarly articles, students were asked to find and evaluate two peer-reviewed sources related to a text being discussed in more...