Learn from Olivia Chow, Distinguished Visiting Professor, and receive individual coaching from experienced community organizers.
This course connects the classroom with the community to explore questions at the forefront of social research and community development. Students will be introduced to ways of thinking and scholarship that cut across disciplines, combine theory and practice, encourage collaboration, and work with the ambiguities of the real world. Students will strengthen their self-awareness, leadership skills, and capacities to research and communicate effectively about complex social issues.
- Community Engagement, Leadership, and Development : Electives (select 2)