Courses Developed or Significantly Updated, By Semester
Interdisciplinary Studies Program, University of Texas at Arlington unless noted.
Senior Seminar: Race and Racism in America (INTS 4391)
Independent Study (INTS 4396): Mentored student research project integrating sociological analysis of educational outcomes of foster care youth, developmental theory of emerging adulthood, and critique of revisions of foster care program adopted by Texas Legislature.
Senior Service Learning: Education and Education Reform (INTS 4392) Internship (INTS 4395)
Interdisciplinary Foundations: Identity, Institutions, and Ideologies: The American Middle Class (INTS 2301)–Reorganized core course on Team Based Learning model
Interdisciplinary Perspectives: The American Middle Class (INTS 2301). Reorganized core course as part of INTS Program curriculum revision
American Studies 335 (Making Modern Atlanta), Emory University
Special Topics: Justice, Democracy, and Metropolitan Environments (INTS 4388). Cross-listed with URPA 3301/The Metroplex (Core course for Urban Affairs minor)