Spring 2020 Courses*
*The Spring Course List is not final and subject to change and additions.
Last updated: 3/30/20
PB - Project-based course
PL - Placement-based course
(PB) BBUS 423 A: Marketing Intelligence - Aparna Sundar Students groups design, develop and present findings from a survey based on a community partner's marketing challenge. Partners: DESC, 98point6, Ryan Art Gallery
(PB) BBUS 491 A, B: Business Consulting - Andrew Ballard, Nick Cuhaciyan
Students groups collaborate with community partners to research and propose recommendations for projects. Partners: Amazon, Anna's Home Furnishings, The Daily Herald, NetForce Global
Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences
(PB) BES 330 A: Limnology - Avery Shinneman Students collect and evaluate lake and eco-system data, to support education and outreach efforts of community partner. Partners: King Co. Department of Natural Resources and Parks, Lake Advocates. Former partners include: Snohomish County Surface Water
(PB/PL) BES 464 A: Restoration Ecology 3 - Warren Gold Students cohorts work in collaboration with community partner to implement final phase of capstone project. Former partners include: 21 Acres, Cities of Bothell, Seattle and Shoreline Parks Departments, Friends of North Creek Forest, Songaia Co-housing Community.
(PB) BISIA 230 A: Performing Arts Technique: Improvisation: Applied Theater - Deborah Hathaway
Students deepen learning and practice outside of class in setting related to career interest in health. Former partners include: Seattle Children's Hospital Alyssa Burnet Adult Life Center
Nursing & Health Studies
(PB) BHLTH 301 A: Global Health Practice: Systems, Places and People - C Michelle Kleisath
Students work collectively on a project or multiple projects to support the needs of a community-based global health organization. Partners: WA State Midwifery Covid 19 Response Coalition, Rainier Valley Community Clinic, NW Film Forum
(PB) BHLTH 435 A: Foundations & Principles of Health Education and Communication - Jody Early
Students groups create education and promotion campaigns for a community partner in the health field. Former partners include: King County Public Health, Eastside Family Planning and Reproductive Health Services and Teen Clinics, 21 Acres
(PL) BHS 496 A: Health Studies Fieldwork - Mabel Ezeonwu Students deepen learning and practice outside of class in setting related to career interest in health. Former partners include: Alzeimer's Association, HealthPoint, Providence Regional Medical Center, Seattle Children's Alyssa Burnett Adult Life Center
(PL) BNURS 424 A, B, C, D, E: Population Health in Community Practice - Mo West, Annie Bruck, Dale Fukura, Anna Winquist, Mabel Ezeonwu Students learn about community health practice emphasizing nurses' roles in population-based care through group projects in partnership with community agencies. Former partners include: school nursing sites, Mercy Housing
Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics
(PB) BME 496 A: Capstone Project in Mechanical Engineering - Imen Hannachi Student teams work with a community partner over two quarters (winter and spring). Students complete the full-cycle design with their partner including problem definition, concept generation and feasibility study, engineering design analyses, prototype fabrication and testing. Former partners include: 21 Acres, Olympus, PAACAR.
(PB) BPHYS 101 A: Intro to Astronomy - Paola Rodriguez Hidalgo Students develop and facilitate astromy activities for youth in K-12 school or enrichment setting. Partners may include: Northshore School District
(PB/PL) MCSS 572 A: Evidence Based Design - David Socha Students will conduct site-based field research and develop initial concept design and research report to support design needs of community partner.