Explore. Engage. Reflect. Blog.
Students in “Civil Rights and Democratic Participation” explore issues surrounding civil rights and the possibility of democratic participation by attending engaging lectures and events celebrating the Bicentennial of Allegheny College.
Students participate in thought-provoking conversations with their peers and with Allegheny faculty and staff who are committed to experiencing and reflecting on Bicentennial events together. Posting their reflections on a public blog allows them to share their experience and thoughts with even wider circles of the campus community.
|Sections for Spring Semester 2014|
|Communication Arts 193*01||Professor Wilson|
|Communication Arts 193*02||Professor Sinha Roy|
|Environmental Science 193*01||Professor Darby|
|Environmental Science 193*02||Professor Wissinger|
|Global Health Studies 193*00||Professor Waggett|
|History 193*00||Professor Forts|
|Interdisciplinary Studies 193*01||Professor Bills|
|Interdisciplinary Studies 193*02||Professor Joshua|
|Philosophy 193*00||Professor Boynton|
|Political Science 193*01||Professor Harward|
|Political Science 193*02||Professor Christie-Searles|
|Political Science 193*03||Professor Gehring|
|Political Science 193*04||Professor Callen|
Note: Students may enroll for only one section of “Civil Rights and Democratic Participation” each semester.