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Academics

Current and Ongoing WI Courses

Writing Intensive Courses: Spring 2018

  • All sections of INST 1500 (including 1501, 1502, and 1503) and HNRS 1500
  • ART 2000: Sophomore Seminar. W 4:05-5:15. Louisa Captein.
  • ARTH 3400: Art in America. TR 2:00-3:45. Amy Johnson.
  • ATHT 4700: Therapeutic Interventions II. MWF 9:25-10:35. Shelley Payne.
  • BMB 4610: Biochemistry II Lab. R 12:00-3:00. John Tansey.
  • BIO 4998: Senior Seminar. M 4:00-5:00. Halard Lescinsky.
  • CHEM 3400: Physical Chemistry I. MWF 10:50-11:45. Carrie Hayes.
  • CHEM 3410: Physical Chemistry I Lab. T 12:00-4:00. Carrie Hayes.
  • COMM 2000: Introduction to Communication Theory. TR 8:00-9:45. Chris Reynolds.
  • COMM 3000: Interpreting Communication Research. TR 2:00-3:45. Susan Millsap.
  • ESCI 3100: Hydrology. MWF 12:15-1:25, T 12-3. Kevin Svitana.
  • EDUC 1600-10: Study of the School. TR 10:00-11:45. Daniel Cho.
  • EDUC 1600-20: Study of the School. MWF 12:15-1:25. Bethany Vosburg-Bluem.
  • ENGL 1192: Writing About Place. TR 10:00-11:45. Shannon Lakanen.
  • ENGL 1193: Special Topics in Professional Writing. MWF 10:50-12:00. Jeremy Llorence.
  • ENGL 2230: Studies in African American Literature. MWF 9:25-10:35. Phyllis Burns.
  • ENGL 2234: Studies in LGBTQ Literature. TR 10:00-11:45. Suzanne Ashworth.
  • ENGL 3310: Advanced Poetry Writing. R 6:00-9:30. Terry Hermsen.
  • ENGL 4000: Senior Literary Studies Project. TR 2:00-3:45. Suzanne Ashworth.
  • ENGL 4060: Senior Creative Writing Project. TR 2:00-3:45. Terry Hermsen.
  • EQSC 4100: Contemporary and Emerging Equine Issues. M 3:05-4:15, W 3:05-5:00. Bruce Mandeville.
  • EXSC 2300: Introduction to Exercise Testing and Prescription. MWF 1:40-2:50. Kim Fischer.
  • EXSC 3670-BL1: Movement Science II. MWF 10:50-12:00. Shelley Payne.
  • EXSC 3670-BL2: Movement Science II. MWF 12:15-1:25. Erin Baumann.
  • GLST 1000: Introduction to Global Studies. MWF 9:25-10:35. Jason Keiber.
  • HIST 2100: History Seminar. TR 2:00-3:45. Jonathan DeCoster.
  • HIST 4800: Research Seminar. TR 12:00-1:45. Lou Rose.
  • HNRS 3500: Junior Honors Seminar. T 4:00-5:10. Jonathan DeCoster and Margaret Koehler.
  • INST 2006: Dimensions of Culture and Society. TR 2:00-3:45. Heidi Ballard.
  • JAMC 4600: Community Journalism Seminar. TR 10:00-11:45. Jean Kelly.
  • MGMT 3000-01: Principles of Management. TR 2:00-3:45. Stephen Osborne.
  • MGMT 3000-02: Principles of Management. MWF 10:50-12:00. Don Eskew.
  • MGMT 3200: Personnel and Human Resources Management. TR 10:00-11:45. Don Eskew.
  • MATH 3000: Real Analysis I. MWF 1:40-2:50. Ryan Berndt.
  • MATH 3370: Applied Statistics. TR 10:00-11:45. Zhen Huang.
  • MUSC 3041: Music History and Literature III. MWF 1:40-2:50. James Bates.
  • NURS 3500: Public Health and Epidemiology. TR 11:00-12:15, F 12:15-2:15. John Chovan and Leigh Ann Meyer.
  • PHIL 4000: Seminar in Philosophy. MWF 1:40-2:50. Glenna Jackson.
  • PHYS 3500: Advanced Laboratory 1. TR 10:00-11:45. Nathaniel Tagg.
  • PSYC 2500-1A: Research Methods I. R 6:00-7:45. Robert Kraft.
  • PSYC 2500-EV1: Research Methods I. T 6:00-9:30. Robert Kraft.
  • RELG 4000: Seminar in Religion. MWF 1:40-2:50. Glenna Jackson.
  • SOCL 3000: Sociological Research Methods. MWF 9:25-10:35. Leesa Kern.
  • SPAN 3800: Special Topics Seminar in Spanish and Latin American Studies. TR 10:00-11:45. Kristina Escondo.
  • SGMT 3920: Event Planning. MWF 10:50-12:00. Teri Walter.
  • SGMT 4800: Principles and Practices of Sport Management. TR 2:00-3:45. Kristy McCray.
  • THR 3200-01: Directing. TR 12:00-1:45, W 4:00-5:00. Leonard Leibowitz.
  • THR 3200-02: Directing. TR 12:00-1:45, F 12:15-1:15. Leonard Leibowitz.

/ Contact

Margaret Koehler
Chair of Writing Intensive Advisory Subcommittee
mkoehler@otterbein.edu

/ Subcommittee Members

  • Margaret Koehler, Chair
  • Gwen DeRosa, ESL Program
  • Carrigan Hayes, Department of Chemistry
  • Regina Kengla, Academic Support Center
  • Robert Kraft, Department of Psychology
  • Kathryn Plank, Center for Teaching and Learning
  • Carrie Scheckelhoff, Department of Education

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