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					           Fall 2009 Themed Learning Communities

BUSINESS:

BRIDGE - KELLEY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 1: BUS-BE 499 # 28507


Theme: YOU: The Owner‟s Manual: How to Get Ready for the World that Awaits You
Are you really ready for to explore your strengths, your leadership skills, the economy and all that awaits you when you
graduate? This TLC will focus on making that successful metamorphosis. We will focus on your strengths, leadership skills,
change and innovation in a global economy through connected coursework. Business is continually shifting; we will study that in
our TLC. You will become a part of a team that will collaborate to promote your strengths, your leadership skills and also how the
economy may effect you. We will study various aspects of our world through our readings, research, a service learning project
and group projects. The faculty of the Business Bridge TLC will lead you on an exciting adventure and a big step toward your
career in the area of business.

Course                                 Number          Time                        Days        Room           Faculty
BUS-X 100 (3 cr.)                      14897           3:00-4:15 pm                TR          BS 2002        Bob Grimm
BUS-X 103 (2 cr.)                      14900           1:30-2:45 pm                M           BS 3013        Melinda Phillabaum
ENG-W 131 (3 cr.)                      15665           10:30-11:45 am              MW          NU 305         Terry Daley
MATH (4cr.) unlinked                                   1-2:50 pm                   TR
00100                                  16222
11000                                  16236,16237
11100                                  16248
Authorize students individually
*8 credit hours not including Math


KELLEY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 2: BUS-BE 499 #28508


Theme: Classroom to Boardroom: Navigating the Storm
 Question! What is the most memorable book you have ever read that actually led you to look at your strengths, leadership skills
and possibly redirection in your life? This Business TLC will explore your strengths and the many changes you will make as you
pursue your business degree and ultimately begin your career in business. We will focus on leadership, change and innovation in
a global economy through connected coursework. Business is continually changing; we will study that in our TLC. We will also
study your strengths, your goals and assist in your successful transition to college and prepare you to face the ―storm‖ of entering
the workforce.

You will become a part of a team that will collaborate to promote looking at our ―Deep Economy‖ (the IUPUI book selection), the
value of change and the value of leadership. We will study various aspects of leadership, change, our economic landscape and
innovation in our world through our readings, research, a service learning project and group projects.


Course                                 Number          Time                        Days        Room            Faculty
BUS-X 100 (3 cr.)                      18908           3:00-4:15 pm                TR          BS 3012         Bob Grimm
BUS-X 103 (1cr.)                       14904           1:30-2:45 pm                W           BS 3013         Melinda Phillabaum
ENG-W 131 (3 cr.)                      15661           12:00-1:15 pm               MW          NU 305          Terry Daley
MATH (4cr.) unlinked                                   1-2:50 pm                   TR
00100                                 16222
11000                                 16236,16237
11100                                 16248
Authorize students individually
*7 credit hours not including Math
ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY:
ENGINEERING 1: ENGR-BE 499 #28509 (Co-requisite Math 159 or Math 154 or equivalent)

Theme: Engineering: Energizing the Future through Words and Action.

This TLC is for students interested in the engineering profession. The National Academy of Engineering has developed a vision
of the proficiencies and abilities new engineering graduates will need to serve the needs of the global society. Today‘s
engineering students will be the engineers of 2020. We will explore this vision and discover, through projects and field trips to
industry and research labs, the future directions of technology and the many opportunities within the engineering profession. At
the same time students will begin developing the teamwork and writing skills essential for leadership in tomorrow‘s workplace.‖

Course                         Number         Time                     Days         Room            Faculty
ENGR 195 (1 cr.)               19419          1:30-2:45                W            LD 147          Janet Meyer
ENGR 196 (3 cr.)               19055          10:30-12:15              MW                           Patrick Gee
ENG-W 131 (3 cr.)              19076          3:00-4:15                MW           SL 148          Jim Hanna


ENGINEERING 2: ENGR-BE 499 #28510 (Co-requisite Math 159 or Math 154 or equivalent)

Theme: Global Views, Local Solutions: Preparing Tomorrow‟s Engineer
This TLC is for students interested in the engineering profession. The National Academy of Engineering has developed a vision
of the proficiencies and abilities new engineering graduates will need to serve the needs of the global society. Today‘s
engineering students will be the engineers of 2020. We will explore this vision and discover, through projects and field trips to
industry and research labs, the future directions of technology and the many opportunities within the engineering profession. At
the same time students will begin developing the teamwork and communication skills essential for leadership in tomorrow‘s
workplace.‖
Course                            Number        Time                     Days        Room            Faculty
ENGR 195 (1 cr.)                  15730         1:30-2:45                R           SL 008          Janet Meyer
ENGR 196 (3 cr.)                  15734         10:30-12:15              TR          ET014           Patrick Gee
COMM-R 110 (3 cr.)                15138         3:00-4:15                TR          CA 231          Angela Sisson
*7 credit hours


TECHNOLOGY: TECH-BE 499 # 28511

Theme: Building Success with Long-Term Formal Work Groups
This TLC studies the behavior of humans in organizations. This ―groups‖ class emphasizes individual and group behaviors, as
well as supervisory relationships, observed within organizations. The course is taught experientially through the use of small
autonomous work groups and the primary goal is the study of how individual behavior affects the small group dynamic as the
group completes tasks pertinent to organizations. Engaging in a series of structured in and out-of-class experiences with
members of your semester-long group will allow you to experience the five-stages of group development as you never imagined.
This 16-week course will provide you with enough learning experiences to produce a lifetime of ―Ah-ha‖ moments!

Course                         Number         Time                     Days         Room            Faculty
TECH 102 (1 cr.)               18640          1:30-2:45                R            NU 305          Rob Wolter
OLS 252 (3 cr.)                16723          10:30-11:45              MW           ES 327          Rob Wolter
ENG-W 131 (3 cr.)              15633          3:00-4:15                 MW          SL 056          Melissa Braunschweig
MATH (4cr.) unlinked                          1-2:50 pm                 TR
00100                          16222
11100                          16248
Authorize students
individually
*7 credit hours


LIBERAL ARTS:

SCHOOL OF LIBERAL ARTS 1: ENG-BE 499 #28512

Theme: Meeting at the Global Crossroads

How can we begin to understand our roles in a complex world? How can we understand those whose backgrounds,
experiences, and worldviews may be different from our own? How can we be prepared to work in the new international economy
at home or abroad?

This TLC examines world issues from a variety of perspectives—historical, political, economic, sociological, and anthropological.
The TLC invites students to connect their learning in all three classes by writing, discussing readings, role-playing, and viewing
films. In addition, we will meet periodically in the global classroom for real-time video links with college students around the
world. Planned class experiences also include off-campus activities with the international community in Indianapolis, including
field trips and service with local organizations.

Course                         Number         Time                   Days         Room           Faculty
INTL-I 100 (3 cr.)             28292          10:30-11:45 am         TR           ES 2132        Dawn M. Whitehead

ENG-W 131 (3 cr.)              28337          1:30-2:45 pm           TR           CA 347         Francia Kissel

SLA-S 100 (2 cr.)              17924          3:00-4:15 pm           TR           SL 148         Francia Kissel




SCHOOL OF LIBERAL ARTS 2: ENG-BE 499 #28513

Theme: There‟s No Place like Home: Exploring Community, Culture and Identity

In the Wizard of Oz, when Dorothy lamented to Toto that ―there is no place like home.‖, she expressed a concept that is central
to the human condition. Places generally, and the concepts of home, community and nation in particular, play an integral role in
how we develop our sense of comfort in the world, how we come to understand ourselves as individuals and as members of
social groups, how we mark others as different from ourselves, as well as how we construct the physical and social landscape
around us. We invite you to join us in this TLC where we will explore the influence of place-making on culture, identity, memory
and human relationships. During our time together, we will engage in hands-on activities in class as well as venture out into the
city to investigate our questions directly. To explore these dynamic relationships, we will use methods and theories drawn from
anthropology and composition.

Course                        Number          Time                   Days        Room           Faculty
ENG-W 131 (3 cr.)             17445           12:00-1:15 pm          MW          CA 349         Keith Brown
SLA-S 100 (2 cr.)             20060           1:30-2:45 pm           MW                         Ron Sandwina
                                                                                 TBA
ANTH-A 104 (3 cr.)     18516         9:00-10:15 am   TR   Mary Price

MATH (4cr.) unlinked                 1-2:50 pm       TR
00100                  16222
11000                  16236,16237
11100                  16248
Authorize students
individually
SCHOOL OF LIBERAL ARTS 3: ENG-BE 499 #28514

Theme: As Others See Us: American Political Culture in Comparative Perspective

In our TLC, we will explore the American political experience and consider how living within this political culture affects
American‘s values, beliefs, and views of themselves and the world. Through reading, reflection, writing, discussions, lectures,
and other opportunities, you will consider this issue from a variety of perspectives, including how other political systems might
produce different impacts. Reflecting upon your experience and views will help to prepare you for the thinking, reading, and
writing opportunities that await you during the rest of your college career.

Course                         Number         Time                   Days        Room            Faculty
POLS-Y 103 (3 cr.)               16891        12:00-1:15 pm          TR          CA 227          Jasper Sumner

ENG-W 131 (3 cr.)                17769        1:30-2:45 pm           TR          CA 349          Gail Bennett-Edelman

SLA-S 100 (2 cr.)                17923        3:00-4:15 pm           TR          LD 002          Gail Bennett-Edelman



BRIDGE - SCHOOL OF LIBERAL ARTS 4: Transcending Perceptions ENG-BE 499 #28515

Theme: Transcending Perceptions

The way we see the world around us is a reflection of our families, communities, education and the media; and history can help
us to better understand the development of our social political and cultural institutions. Modern concepts of popular government,
global economy and individualism have their foundation in the European intellectual tradition, but do we really have a common
understanding of what the "modern" world is, or should be? Through coursework, art, music, film, global conversations and more
this TLC we will investigate what and why we believe. Religious Studies will explore contemporary issues influenced by past
theologies, and history will examine how these beliefs change over time. The freshman seminar will delve into our own beliefs as
individuals and consider how knowledge of the disciplines of history and religious studies can enlighten our understanding of the
world.

Course                          Number         Time                   Days         Room           Faculty
RELS-R 133 (3 cr.)                18110        10:30-11:45 am         TR                          Johnny Flynn

SLA-S 100 (2 cr.)                  19290       9:00-10:15 am          TR           TBA            Lauren Chism

HIST-H 114 (3 cr.)                 15952       1:30-2:45 pm           TR                          Erik Lindseth
NURSING:
BRIDGE - SCHOOL OF NURSING 1: NURS-BE 499 #28516

Theme: So You Think You Want To Be a Nurse
We will discuss nursing as a profession, how to be successful in college, learn about the PUL‘s , integrate the three courses,
share some assignments, talk about diversity, learn to write and develop a theme as well as integrate sociology principles. We
will do some fun activities, use the international classroom and use the common theme of consumerism. Students will also
complete a PERSONAL development plan.

Course ID                      Number           Time                     Days         Room        Faculty
NUR-B 104 (3 cr.)              16526            9:00-11:50 am            T            NU 240      Bev Linde
ENG-W 131 (3 cr.)              15664            10:30-11:45 am           MW           NU 215      Bill Strickland (Clyde)
SOC-R 100 (3 cr.)              17049            3:00-4:15 pm             TR           BS 2003     David Strong
MATH 11000 (4cr.)              17473            1-2:50 pm                TR           ES 2110     Elroy Schulenburg
unlinked
Authorize students
individually

BRIDGE - SCHOOL OF NURSING 2: NURS-BE 499 #28517

Theme: So You Think You Want To Be a Nurse
We will discuss nursing as a profession, how to be successful in college, learn about the PUL‘s , integrate the three courses,
share some assignments, talk about diversity, learn to write and develop a theme as well as integrate sociology principles. We
will do some fun activities, use the international classroom and use the common theme of consumerism. Students will also
complete a PERSONAL development plan.

Course ID                      Number           Time                     Days         Room        Faculty
NUR-B 104 (3 cr.)              16528            9:00-11:50 am            R            NU 240      Bev Linde
ENG-W 131 (3 cr.)              15662            1:30-2:45 pm             MW           NU 214
                                                                                                  Bill Strickland (Clyde)
SOC-R 100 (3 cr.)               19816           3:00-4:15 pm             TR           BS 2003     David Strong
MATH 11000 (4cr.)               17473           1-2:50 pm                TR           ES 2110     Elroy Schulenburg
unlinked
Authorize students
individually
*9 credit hours not including Math

BRIDGE: SCHOOL OF NURSING 3: NURS-BE 499#28518

Theme: Critical Health Challenges for Tomorrow‟s Health Professionals
We will incorporate the common theme, develop a personal development plan, will have a service learning component, explore
nursing and other health careers, learn to write while developing a theme, examine public health problems and health disparities,
and investigate the health care system.

Course ID                      Number           Time                     Days         Room        Faculty
NUR-B 104 (3 cr.)              16527            1:00-3:50                R            NU 240      Bev Linde
ENG-W 131 (3 cr.)              15642            9:00-10:15               TR
                                                                                                  Jaclyn Helen Lutzke
SPEA-H 120 (3 cr.)             28431            10:30-11:45              MW                       Eric Wright
MATH (4cr.) unlinked                            1-2:50 pm                TR
11000                           16236,16237
Authorize students
individually
*9 credit hours
PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND TOURISM MGT:

PHYSICAL EDUCATION – Fit „n‟ Healthy: HPER-BE 499 #28519

Theme: Fit 'n' Healthy

Fit ‗n‘ Healthy Themed Learning Community combines the wellness-centered, personal growth first year seminar (HPER L135)
with a nutrition course (HPER N220) and public speaking (COMM R110). Fit ‗n‘ Healthy focuses on your personal development
specifically as it relates to self-discovery, health and fitness, and school/life balance. Our enthusiastic instruction team will help
you polish your strategies for academic and personal success and introduce you to the campus resources that will support you
throughout your college career while you get to know your new colleagues in all three linked courses. Classes will be activity-
centered and include numerous opportunities for fun and interesting campus and community engagement. Fit ‗n‘ Healthy will
culminate in a Personal Development Plan that will help with goal-setting and steer you on the path to your college degree. Join
us!


Course ID                       Number             Time                      Days         Room         Faculty
HPER-L 135 (1 cr.)              20047              12:00-1:15 pm             W                         Rachel Swinford
HPER-N 220 (3 cr.)              16018              10:30-11:45 am            MW                        Lisa Farley
COMM-R 110 (3 cr.)              15139              3:00-4:15 pm              MW                        Rusty Handlon
MATH (4cr.) unlinked                               1-2:50 pm                 TR
00100                           16222
11100                           16248
Authorize students
individually
*7 credit hours


HERRON:
Theme: Ways of Seeing: Art and Culture: HER-BE 499 #29068

Through the foundation courses in this TLC, students will develop drawing skills, powers of observation, an understanding of
visual principles, and a working knowledge of materials and techniques, while becoming more knowledgeable about art history.
The program is constructed so that students, through self-examination and faculty counseling, will be able to select intelligently
the area in which they will major. Students will see connections between the creative processes of art and writing, and, through
their reading and writing explore a variety of multicultural themes which will be enhanced by experiences on campus and in the
community.

Course                    Number        Time                      Days       Room                   Faculty
HER-X 101 (1cr)           18056         10:00-11:30 pm            F          HR 194                 Corey Jefferson
HER-F 123 (3cr)           18046         12:30-3:00 pm             MW         HR 183
HER-F 121 (3cr)           18042         12:30-3:00 pm             TR         HR 255
HER-D 101 (3cr)           15843         3:30-6:00 pm              MW         HR 214
ENG-W 131 (3cr)           17770         10:30 -11:45              TR         NU 215                 Mark Harper
*13 credit hours
SCHOOL OF SCIENCE:

BRIDGE – PSYCHOLOGY I: SCI-BE 499 #28520

Theme: Psychology and Religion: Science and Dreams and Visions.

What is Psychology? How is it related to Religion? Is there a connection? In this themed learning community, you will explore
the field of Psychology and how you may fit in it. You will do personality assessments and explore how people make meaning of
their lives, do group projects and field trips. There will be opportunities to step outside your own culture, and understand how our
vision for ourselves, and how others‘ visions interact and affect each other. We will be interacting with Cree Indian elders from
Canada and hear their stories.

Course                          Number         Time                     Days         Room            Faculty
PSY-B 103 (1 cr)                  16913        10:30-11:45 am           M            LD 137          Cindy Williams
PSY-B 104 (3 cr)                  16934        1:30-2:45 pm             TR           SL 061          John Kremer

REL-R 133 (3 cr)                  29552        10:30-11:45 am           TR                           Johnny Flynn
*7 credit hours


PSYCHOLOGY II: SCI-BE 499 #29553

Theme: Psychology: The Mind/ Body Connection

Sex, Drugs, and how we know what we know are some of the ideas that we‘ll examine. Really, what is Psychology and what can
you do with it as your major? Psychology attempts to understand who we are and why we think and act the way we do. In this
themed learning community, you will explore the field of Psychology and how you may fit in it. You will do personality
assessments, group projects, and field trips. We will work with questions about substance abuse and addiction, nature vs.
nurture, and others to learn more about Psychology as a science. We will also explore some of the research that has changed
how we understand what psychology is. We will examine this theme in three classes: Psychology as a Biological Science,
Orientation to the Major in Psychology and Public Speaking.

Course                          Number         Time                     Days         Room            Faculty
PSY-B 103 (1 cr)                16914          3:00-4:15                M            SL 008          Cindy Williams
PSY-B 105 (3 cr)                16944          12-1:15 p.m.             TR                           Beth Neal-Beliveau

COMM R 110 (3 cr)               15141          4:30-5:45 p.m.           MW           IT 163          Rusty Handlon
*7 credit hours


FORENSIC SCIENCE: SCI-BE 499 #28521 (Must be School of Science Student to take)

Theme: CSI: IUPUI – Debunking the Myths of Forensic Science

Students will investigate methods, learning styles and communication tools to better comprehend forensic science in the real
world. Opportunities include learning from forensic science guest speakers, investigating career options and demonstrating new
concepts. Students will learn actual field techniques.

Course                          Number         Time                     Days         Room            Faculty
SCI-I 120 (1 cr)                18988          11:00 am– 12:50 pm       W            LD 137          Gina Ammerman
                                                                                                     Kristi Shea
FIS 205 (3 cr)                  19892           1:30-2:45                MW           IT 152           Gina Ammerman

COMM-R 110 (3 cr)               15143           10:30-11:45              TR           CA 231           Angela Sisson
*7 credit hours
EDUCATION:
BRIDGE - SCHOOL OF EDUCATION 1: ENG-BE 499# 29173

Theme: Social Justice Past and Present: An Interdisciplinary Exploration
In this TLC social justice issues will be explored through service learning curriculum, literature, writing and history. Students will
examine the social, political, historical and economic forces that inform social justice movements and reflect on how social justice
links to education. Students will participate in twelve hours of service learning outside of class in the Indianapolis community and
will visit several historical landmarks on Friday afternoons during the course of the semester.

Course                          Number           Time                     Days         Room           Faculty
EDUC-F 200 (3 cr.)              17375            9:00-10:15 am            MW           ES 2106        Deb Keller
EDUC-F 110 (2 cr.)              19776            11:15-1:00 pm            M            ES 1126        Deb Keller
ENG-W 131 (3 cr.)               17446            3:00-4:15                MW                          Jorja Duban
HIST-H 106 (3 cr.)              15938            1:30-2:45                MW                          Phil Scarpino
MATH (4cr.) unlinked                             1-2:50 pm                TR
00100                           16222
11000                           16236,16237
11100                           16248
Authorize students
individually
*11 credit hours not including Math




SCHOOL OF EDUCATION 2: ENG-BE 499# 29174

Theme: Education through Creative Expression
This TLC will explore various forms of artistic and creative expression and how they relate to Education by providing the
opportunity for analytical, creative, and critical thinking perspectives.



Course                         Number           Time                      Days         Room           Faculty
EDUC-F 200 (3 cr.)             17376            12:00-1:15 pm             MW           ES 1116        Ann Wells
EDUC-F 110 (2 cr.)             19765            1:00-2:45 pm              R            ET304          Sarah Brandenburg
ENG-W 131 (3 cr.)              17448            3:00-4:15 pm              TR           SL 054         Jorja Duban
MATH (4cr.) unlinked                            1-2:50 pm                 TR
00100                          16222
11000                          16236,16237
11100                          16248
Authorize students
individually
*8 credit hours not including Math
SCHOOL OF EDUCATION 3: ENG-BE 499 #29175

Theme: Listening and Responding to the Voices: A Special Journey
Students in this Themed Learning Community (TLC) will study methods of communicating through listening, writing, reading,
speaking, and reflecting. As a group, we will explore career options in education by means of service learning and political
engagement. Service learning bridges theoretical pedagogy with applied learning experiences in diverse environments. Political
engagement involves learning techniques and strategies to share one‘s voice. A variety of pedagogical tools will aid in our
development as future educators in a global and technological society.


       Course                 Number           Time                    Days         Room             Faculty
EDUC-F 110 (2 cr.)            19766            3:00-4:45               T            TBA
EDUC-F 200 (3 cr.)            17867            1:30-2:45               TR           ES 1128          Jacqueline Blackwell
ENG-W 131 (3 cr.)             18295            1:30-2:45               MW                            Stephen Quigley
COMM-R 110 (3cr)              15135            10:30-11:45             MW                            Jack Price
MATH (4cr.) unlinked                           1-2:50 pm               TR
00100                         16222
11000                         16236,16237
11100                         16248
Authorize students
individually
*11 credit hours not including Math




SOCIAL WORK:
SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK: SWK-BE 499 #29178

Theme: Smart Helpers for the World!

Do you care about people? Do you want to help people? Are you a ―smart helper‖? In this TLC, students will learn about social
and economic justice at a local and global level. Topics such as world poverty and international trade will be linked to social
work, healthcare, and education. The major part of this TLC will include innovative visits to diverse community sites, such as the
Peace Learning Center, the Islamic Center, the India Community Center, specific African American agencies, and the Eiteljorg
Museum of Native American Art. Students will also gain exposure to diversity and culture through campus events such as the
play, Faces of America. By integrating economics and diversity, students will know how to be smart helpers for our world!
Community involvement is a critical component to personal and academic success. To tie together all courses in the TLC,
students will participate in an integrative final project which will include service learning. This TLC is a great way to meet people
and help others!


Course ID                       Number            Time                      Days      Room            Faculty
SWK-S 100 (3 cr.)               17209             3:00-5:45 pm              W         ES 2127         Khadija Khaja
SWK-S 100 (1 cr.)               17210             1:30-2:45 pm              W         ES 2127         Khadija Khaja
ECON-E 101 (3 cr.)              15399             9:00-10:15 am             TR        IT 267          Archana Dube
*7 credit hours
SPEA:
BRIDGE: SPEA 1 - CRIMINAL JUSTICE: SPEA-BE 499 #29176

Theme: Dangerous Minds, Dangerous Policies: Criminal Justice Careers, to Hurt or to Help?

If you are interested in criminal justice or like to watch crime-related shows, this is the learning community for you! In this
Themed Learning Community and the other classes in your learning block, you will learn about the criminal justice system and
the policies that have been put into place to control crime. Moreover, we will discuss the intended and unintended
consequences of these policies and ask that you reflect on ways to improve the system. Another purpose of this course is to
introduce you to the various career paths in criminal justice; and how those careers might help or hurt the plight on criminal
offenders in our society. Finally, we will be providing you with information about the many challenges college students face that
can sometimes serve as barriers to success, to develop strategies to successfully manage such issues, and to help you develop
realistic expectations of the college experience and of yourselves as students.

Course                         Number           Time                        Days          Room           Faculty
SPEA-J 101 (3 cr.) and         17122            1:30-2:45 pm                MW            BS 3018        Crystal Garcia
mentoring lab                                   10:30 – 11:45 am            W             BS 3011        student
SPEA-V 100 (1 cr.)             17137            10:30-11:45 am              M             BS 3011        Casey Windhorst
ENG-W 131 (3 cr.)              15666            12:00-1:15 pm               MW            BS 2002        Joe Weaver

MATH (4cr.) unlinked                             1-2:50 pm                  TR
00100                           16222
11000                           16236,16237
11100                           16248
Authorize students
individually
*7 credit hours not including Math


SPEA 2 - CRIMINAL JUSTICE: SPEA-BE 499 #29177

Theme: Dangerous Minds, Dangerous Policies: Criminal Justice Careers, to Hurt or to Help?

If you are interested in criminal justice or like to watch crime-related shows, this is the learning community for you! In this
Themed Learning Community and the other classes in your learning block, you will learn about the criminal justice system and
the policies that have been put into place to control crime. Moreover, we will discuss the intended and unintended
consequences of these policies and ask that you reflect on ways to improve the system. Another purpose of this course is to
introduce you to the various career paths in criminal justice; and how those careers might help or hurt the plight on criminal
offenders in our society. Finally, we will be providing you with information about the many challenges college students face that
can sometimes serve as barriers to success, to develop strategies to successfully manage such issues, and to help you develop
realistic expectations of the college experience and of yourselves as students.

Course                          Number           Time                     Days          Room             Faculty
SPEA-J 101 (3 cr.) and          17124            1:30-2:45 pm             MW            BS 3018          Crystal Garcia
mentoring lab                                    12:00-1:15 pm            W             BS 3011          Student
SPEA-V 100 (1 cr.)              17394            12:00-1:15 pm            M             BS 3011          Casey Windhorst
ENG-W 131 (3 cr.)               15667            10:30-11:45 am           MW            ES 1117          Joe Weaver
MATH (4cr.) unlinked                             1-2:50 pm                TR
00100                           16222
11000                           16236,16237
11100                           16248
Authorize students individually
*7 credit hours not including Math



UNIVERSITY COLLEGE (UC):

BRIDGE: U C – African American Perspectives ENG-BE 499 #29200

Theme: Pathways to Power: African American Perspectives

Viewed from the perspectives of African Americans, this course is designed to equip students with the skills and insights for
maximal participation and success in a higher education culture. Focusing on the history, culture, philosophy and outlook of
African Americans in the United States, this course will analyze and critique the perspectives, strengths , challenges and
leadership styles of African Americans in order to lead progressive social change. Teaching methods will include but not be
limited to: reading, writing, debate, travel, film, theatre, university and city cultural events. Also, the team welcomes students‘
ideas regarding their best learning techniques for academic and social success at IUPUI. Students are expected to gain the
knowledge and attitudes to confidently complete their undergraduate and probable graduate programs to become the
competent, resourceful, visionary leaders needed for a global society.


Course                                Number           Time                     Days      Room            Instructor
UCOL-U 110 (2cr.)                     17343            3:00 – 4:15pm            TR        UC 2118         Regina Turner
COMM-R 110 (3cr)                      18088            1:30 – 2:45pm            TR        CA 231
SOC-R 100 (3cr.)                      19817            12:00-1:15am             MW        ES 1119         Marci Littlefield
MATH (4cr.) unlinked                                   1-2:50 pm                TR
00100                                 16222
11000                                 16236,16237
11100                                 16248
Authorize students individually
*8 credit hours not including Math

UC – Career Perspectives: ENG-BE 499 #29201

Theme: For Love AND Money: From ME to US!

How do you know if you will love a certain career? Is it true that if you do what you love, the money will follow? How are
happiness and success related? Your will examine these questions for yourself as your explore majors and careers that will allow
you to follow your heart, earn a living, and make a difference. In your text, Generation Me by Jean Twenge, you will examine the
social and psychological forces that play into the life/career satisfaction issues unique to your generation. Movies, guest
speakers, and community service will serve as sources of inspiration to help you see ways of connecting who you are ( the ―ME‖)
to real needs that exist in our community and world (the ―US‖). Through self-assessment instruments, written reflection, and
career research, you will begin to discover themes of your life story, identify related majors and careers, and develop a
personalized definition of success. In addition, you will attend IUPUI‘s Annual Major/Career Exploration Day to talk with faculty
and advisors about the career options that relate to each major on campus. You will need to be able to reserve two Fridays
during the semester for out-of-class activities with your classmates and instructors.


Course                           Number           Time                          Days       Room          Instructor
UCOL-U 110 (2 cr.)               17347            1:00-2:45 pm                  T          UC 3001       Joan Pedersen
PSY-B 104 &                      16922            12:00-1:15 pm                 M          SL 214        Michele Hansen
Mentoring lab (3cr.)                              12:00-1:15 pm                 W          IT 073
ENG-W 131 (3 cr.)                15663            10:30 – 11:45am               MW         SL 051        David Sabol
MATH (4cr.) unlinked                              1-2:50 pm                     TR
00100                           16222
11000                           16236,16237
11100                           16248
Authorize students
individually
*8 credit hours not including Math


BRIDGE - UC – Health Professions Majors: ENG-BE 499 #29203

Theme: Communicating Today‟s Health Science Culture
The Summer Bridge/TLC is designed for first semester students who have expressed an interest in a healthcare career,
especially within the health science professions/allied health fields. This course will link 25 first-year students, faculty, an
advisor, student mentors, and a librarian across five courses.

During the two weeks of the Summer Academy Bridge Program, students will learn how to navigate their way around campus;
make friends with other incoming freshmen; gain experience using instructional technology; learn how to handle college-level
expectations for reading and writing; explore the various healthcare options; as well as receive individualized support for math.

In the fall semester, the Summer Bridge/TLC students will attend the three disciplinary courses along with a first-year
seminar/learning community. Throughout classes the theme of healthcare will be weaved into class discussions and activities.
The necessity for the foundational disciplinary courses and their relationship to healthcare careers will be discussed and
explored. Students will have the ability to use the connections made in the Summer Bridge/TLC to help them face the new
challenges of college life, find their place in the healthcare community, establish goals to obtain their chosen healthcare
profession, and emerge successfully.

Course                                   Number             Time                      Days        Room            Instructor
UCOL-U 110 (2 cr.)                       17346              9:00-10:45 am             T           UC 2127         Michael Yard
BIOL-N 212                               17549              3:00-4:15 pm              MW          LE 102          Corrine Ulbright
& mentoring lab (3 cr.)                                     4:30-5:45 pm              W           SL 148          student mentor
BIOL-N 213 (1 cr.)                       14698              10:00-11:50 am            F           SL 242          Denise Slayback-
                                                                                                                  Barry
COMM-C 180 (3 cr.)                       15110              1:30-2:45 pm              MW          NU 215          Mike Polites

MATH (4cr.) unlinked                                        1-2:50 pm                 TR
00100                                    16222
11000                                    16236,16237
11100                                    16248
Authorize students individually
*8 credit hours


UC – Health Professions Majors 2: ENG-BE 499 #29204

Theme: Follow Your Dreams: Exploring Healthcare Careers

This TLC is designed for first semester students who have expressed an interest in a healthcare career, especially within the
health science professions/allied health fields. This course will link 25 first-year students, faculty, an advisor, student mentors,
and a librarian across three courses.

Students will learn how to navigate their way around campus; make friends with other incoming freshmen; gain experience using
instructional technology; learn how to handle college-level expectations for reading and writing; explore the various healthcare
options.
In the fall semester, TLC students will attend two disciplinary courses along with a first-year seminar/learning community.
Throughout classes the theme of healthcare will be weaved into class discussions and activities. The necessity for the
foundational disciplinary courses and their relationship to healthcare careers will be discussed and explored. Students will have
the ability to use the connections made in the TLC to help them face the new challenges of college life, explore careers in
healthcare, and establish goals to obtain their chosen healthcare profession, and emerge successfully.


Course                                 Number         Time                        Days        Room           Instructor
UCOL-U 110 (2 cr.)                     20228          1-2:45pm                    T           UC 2110        Sarah Baker
BIOL-N 212                             29613          3:00-4:15 pm                MW          LE 102         Corrine Ulbright
& mentoring lab (3 cr.)                               4:30-5:45 am                M                          student mentor
ENG-W 131 (3 cr.)                      15668          10:30-11:45 am              TR          CA 211         Lylanne Musselman

*8 credit hours


UNIVERSITY COLLEGE – Health and Wellness: ENG-BE 499 #29206

BRIDGE: Theme: Health & Wellness: Forging an Identity
First-year students enter college with a blank slate. What are you going to write on that slate? This TLC‘s three interconnected
classes will explore health and wellness, the mind/body/soul connection, and issues of self-esteem, gender and self-image as we
work to uncover what it means to forge an identity. Some of our resources will include the book Generation Me by Jean M.
Twenge, film studies, news sources, and community building and involvement. In the process of joining a new community at
IUPUI, students will work to uncover the social and cultural implications of learning who you are.
Course                                Number          Time                          Days      Room            Instructor
UCOL-U 110 (2cr.)                     17331           10:30 – 11:45am               T         UC 3001         Sarah Layden
ENG-W 131 (3cr.)                      15670           9:00 – 10:15am                TR        SL 055          Sarah Layden
COMM-C 180 (3cr.)                     15109           12:00 – 1:15                  TR        CA 201          Charles Reyes
*8 credit hours

UC - Science Majors: ENG-BE 499 #29207

Theme: Our Chemical World
This TLC will focus on how science prepares you for a variety of careers, including chemistry, dental hygiene, medicine, and
even forensic investigation. The TLC will offer an integrated introduction to college and is designed for entering students
considering a major that requires some science background, starting with chemistry. Chemistry C101 will supply a common
theme: the many ways chemistry impacts both daily life and careers. Assignments in the composition course, ENG-W 131, will
focus on the culture and challenges of working in a science-related field. The actual learning community, UCOL-U 110, will
provide a meeting place to discuss common concerns, assignments and strategies for academic success as the student
navigates through their first college semester. It will also be a gathering place where the various team members and faculty from
the linked courses can interact with the students outside their classroom. Some travel and time outside of the regular class time
will be required – possibilities include visits to the medical campus, biology greenhouse, medical museum and participation in a
service learning project. Other opportunities will be discussed in class.

Course                              Number         Time                         Days      Room            Instructor
UCOL-U 110 (2 cr.)                  17497          10:00-11:45 am               R         UC 2127         Corinne Ulbright
CHEM-C 101 (3 cr.)                  18019          9:00-9:50 am                 R         LD 0004         Keith Anliker
CHEM-C 101 recitation               14989          9:00-10:15 am                MW        LD 018          Keith Anliker
CHEM-C 121 lab (2 cr.)              18455          9:00-11:50 am                F         LD 205          Keith Anliker
ENG-W 131 (3 cr.)                   17449          10:30-11:45 am               MW        SL 056          Venita Baumgartner

*10 credit hours

UC – Student Athletes: ENG-BE 499 #29248
Theme: Using the Present to Create Your Future

Students will (1) identify a potential career; (2) identify the knowledge, skills, and characteristics (KSCs) necessary to enter this
career, (3) develop a strategy to use the curricular and extracurricular opportunities of their undergraduate education to attain
these KCSs, and (4) identify a mentor who can help them to carry out this strategy.

Course ID                             Number          Time                         Days        Room            Instructor
UCOL-U 110 (2 cr.)                    17348           11:00-12:45 pm               W           UC 3001         Drew Appleby
ENG-W 131 (3 cr.)                     15659           12:00-1:15 pm                TR          CA 237          Mary Sauer
COMM-R 110 (3 cr.)                    15134           9:00-10:15 am                MW          IT 163          Kate Thedwall
PSY-B 104 &                           18538           1:30-2:45 pm                 T           SL 061          John Kremer
Mentoring lab (3 cr.)                                 1:30-2:45 pm                 R
*11 credit hours


UC – UNDERSTANDING SOCIAL INEQUALITY ENG-BE 499 #29202

Theme: Life‟s Not Fair - Understanding Social Inequality

The American economic system produces a great deal of economic wealth, but what are the consequences of this system? The
campus reader ―Deep Economy‖ by Bill McKibben suggests that we have sacrificed our happiness and the quality of our
communities to pursue this single goal. This Themed Learning Community will investigate the various ways that social
differences create opportunities for some and limit the opportunities for others. We will investigate the nature of poverty, racism,
sexism and how some people can succeed, despite these inequalities. Through reading, writing and presentations students will
have an opportunity to explore the role of social structure and personal responsibility in maintaining or resisting inequality.
Students will also gain additional insight through participation in service learning. As part of this TLC, students will be expected to
participate in one of the selected service learning projects for at least 5 hours outside of class.

Course                                Number           Time                            Days    Room           Instructor
UCOL-U 110 (2cr.)                     17341            10-11:45 am                     M       UC 2135        Ryan Adams
COMM-R 110 (3cr.)                     15149            4:30 – 5:45 pm                  TR      IT 163         Steve Overbey
ANTH-A 104 (3cr)                      19262            3:00-4:15                       TR      CA 435         Ryan Adams
MATH (4cr.) unlinked                                   1-2:50 pm                       TR
00100                                 16222
11000                                 16236,16237
11100                                 16248
Authorize students individually
*8 credit hours not including Math

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE – Environmental: ENG-BE 499 #29208

“It‟s Not Easy Being Green”

What does it mean to have an environmental conscience? What environmental issues will be important in the next five years?
Ten years? This TLC is designed to examine the challenges that currently impact society on both local and global levels and will
explore the unique opportunities our own personal responses can have on long term results. Through selected readings, writing
assignments, discussions, and presentations students will explore topics such as air quality, water quality, local economies,
recycling and strategies for reducing carbon footprints. With these skills and knowledge, students will be able to consider how
their day to day actions impact current environmental concerns. Through projects and field trips to research sites in central
Indiana, students will gain valuable field experience that will reinforce course content. Students who have an interest in the
environment, or who are considering a major in science, should consider this TLC. The semester will culminate in one or more
service projects designed to raise awareness of environmental issues.
Course              Number   Time              Days   Room      Instructor
UCOL-U 110 (2cr.)   17334    10:30 – 12:15pm   T      UC 2135   MaryBeth Googasian

ENG-W 131 (3cr.)    15650    1:30 – 2:45       TR               David Beck
COMM-R 110 (3cr.)   15142    9:00 – 10:15      TR     CA 201    MaryBeth Googasian

SOC-R 121 (3cr.)    18439    3:00-4:15         TR               Linda Haas

*11 credit hours
UC – Multicultural Perspectives: ENG-BE 499 #29212

Theme: Gen Y Shaking Up the World? Or is that Just Your Cell Phone on Vibrate?

The Millennial Generation—Gen Y—is the most studied, the most targeted, the most diverse, and the most powerful generation
in the history of the world. But how can you remarkable young people have the greatest possible impact? Not just in the future,
but right now! This TLC combines sociology and composition to explore your role as a member of a global society. The
multicultural nature of this TLC challenges students to consider unexpected and controversial perspectives, leading to an
increased understanding of diversity, unity and power. You will participate in multicultural activities outside the classroom to
engage in real-world, hands-on learning. You will be challenged to examine the greater context of your potential—in your
personal life, in your community, in the world community—to make a difference ("to answer the call"). And in the midst of it all,
you will acquire powerful tools and insight to navigate the university culture.


Course                              Number         Time                        Days      Room           Instructor
UCOL-U 110 (2 cr.)                  17345          8:30-10:15 am               W         UC 2135        Sara Harrell
SOC-R 100 (3 cr.)                   20265          10:30 – 11:45               TR        LE 105         David Strong
ENG-W 131 (3 cr.)                   15660          10:30-11:45 am              MW        CA 237         Sara Harrell
*8 hours

TLC Math Sections:

Course                              Number         Time                        Days      Room           Instructor
Math 00100                          16222          11-12:50                    TR
Math 11000                          16236          11-12:50                    TR
Math 11000                          16237          11-12:50                    TR
Math 11000 (NURSING)                17473          1-2:50                      TR
Math 11100                          16248          11-12:50                    TR

				
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