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Sandra Zhang
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Human Services

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ARTH2101 HealingTheBody FA2015

ARTH2101 HealingTheBody FA2015

This interdisciplinary course examines the imagery of medical practice, the role of visuality in shaping medical knowledge, artistic representations of the healthy and ailing body, and the emergence and increasing dependence on visual technologies. The course is designed as a lecture course of three modules that focus on the medical body, disease and illness, and treatment and healing. Students will acquire skills to better analyze images, and will attain greater awareness of variables in cultural values that underlie medical practice across history.

Human Services Seminar HUS1203 Spring 2018

Human Services Seminar HUS1203 Spring 2018

This course is a preparation for Field Placement. We will explore many facets of the Human Services Career Path.

ENG1101

ENG1101

Each time we write for an audience, we have a new purpose for doing so and a new set of readers with expectations of what, how, and why we should write for them. Learning to write effectively means not only advancing sentence-level skills, such as vocabulary and grammar, but also understanding the fundamental relationship between author and audience well enough to adapt appropriately to each new writing situation. One such situation is academic writing, in which you most often write to inform or persuade and your audience expects you to adhere to certain conventions of voice, structure, evidence, argument, format, and citation. In this class, we’ll cover a lot of ground between skills in reading, writing, and research with the ultimate goal of becoming more effective, comfortable writers overall, and specifically, more fluent academic writers. The assigned text, “The Place Where We Dwell,” will allow us a glimpse into the personal lives, and perhaps understand different languages, communities and educational journeys of many authors who have migrated to the New York City area. Students will discover how newcomers deal with issues of immigration, cultural identity and class inside this microcosm and make a connection to their own personal experiences.

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