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    The Cowl - v. 86 n. 13 - Feb 17, 2022

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    The Cowl - student newspaper of Providence College. Vol. 86 No. 13 - February 17, 2022. 20 pages

    Faculty Senate Executive Committee Agenda, February 14, 2022

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    Agenda Call to Order- Boyd Edwards Approval of Minutes – January 18, 2022 University Business- Noelle Cockett, President | Frank Galey, Provost Information Education Policies Committee – February 3, 2022- Paul Barr USU Internal Audit Services- Jodi Bailey Micromobility Policy- Dwight Davis Reports Parking and Transportation Committee Annual Report- Tracy Hulse Sustainability Council Annual Report- Alexi Lamm Old Business Faculty Code 402 Track Changes | Final Version (second reading)- Scott Hunsaker New Business Faculty Code 401 Track Changes | Final Version (first reading)- Scott Hunsaker Faculty Senate President Elect Process and Nominee Submissions- Boyd Edward

    Faculty Senate Agenda, February 28, 2022

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    Agenda Call to Order- Boyd Edwards Approval of Minutes – January 31, 2022 University Business- Noelle Cockett, President | Frank Galey, Provost Information Educational Policies Committee – February 3, 2022- Paul Barr USU Internal Audit Services- Jodi Bailey Reports Parking and Transportation Committee Annual Report- Tracy Hulse Sustainability Council Annual Report- Alexi Lamm Old Business Faculty Code 402 Track Changes | Final Version (second reading)- Scott Hunsaker New Business Faculty Code 401 Track Changes | Final Version (first reading)- Scott Hunsaker Faculty Senate President Elect Process and Nominee Submissions- Boyd Edward

    Faculty Senate Executive Committee Agenda, January 18, 2022

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    Call to Order- Body Edwards Approval of Minutes – December 13, 2021 University Business- Noelle Cockett, President | Frank Galey, Provost Information Education Policies Committee – January 6, 2022 Paul Barr Spring 2022 Training Opportunities for Faculty Tanisha Barker Reports Reports Office of Research Annual Report Lisa Berreau School of Graduate Studies Annual Report Richard Cutler Old Business New Business Code 401 Track Changes | Clean 1st Reading Scott Hunsake

    "The forgotten years" of America’s Civil Rights Movement : the University of Kansas, 1939-1961

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    M.A. University of Kansas, History 1994On April 15, 1948, an interracial group of University of Kansas students "sat-in" at Brick's Cafe, a student cafe near campus. The sit-in was the end of a civil rights reform movement in Lawrence. At times a liberal movement, at others, a radical one, students and faculty used World War II's democratic rhetoric coupled with Lawrence's long tradition of protest on behalf of blacks to integrate parts of campus and to attack segregation in town. The movement had two parts. The first movement was during the war itself. As University Daily Kansan journalists and other KU students saw their peers march off to war, they began to question the existence of segregation on campus. American citizens of all colors, they said in editorials and various petitions, deserved all of the rights accorded to them by the United States Constitution. After the war, a second movement appeared. Radical students, many of whom were veterans, and faculty counterparts pushed their peers to examine racial attitudes on campus and in town while they directly attacked racial barriers, using direct, non-violent and peaceful actions like Mahatma Ghandi's. The movement quickly died after 1948, not only because a conservative turn in national politics, but also because the vital student leadership needed graduated. As well, students had limited views of radical protests and never followed their protests through. This thesis is based on extensive archival research not only at various campus and regional archives, but also in the University Daily Kansan which either participated in or reported extensively the activities of civil rights reformers. Also crucial to my research were the approximately thirty interviews that I conducted with faculty, students and administrators

    Programs and Courses Catalog 2022-2023

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    Table of Contents Academic Calendar ... 5General Information ... 7The University and Its Programs ... 7Academic Structure ... 9Admission Requirements ... 16Enrollment and Registration Procedures ... 21Fees and Financial Aid ... 22Student Life ... 28University Facilities and Educational Services ... 33The Fine and Performing Arts at UNI ... 39Academic Regulations ... 44Undergraduate Information and Degree Requirements ... 62Graduate Information, Admission, Academic Regulations, and DegreeRequirements ... 88List of Programs by Department ... 119Department of Accounting ... 125Department of Applied Engineering & Technical Management ... 128School of Applied Human Sciences ... 138Department of Art ... 143Department of Biology ... 149Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry ... 161Department of Communication and Media ... 165Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders ... 179Department of Computer Science ... 182Department of Curriculum and Instruction ... 186Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences ... 199Department of Economics ... 208Department of Educational Psychology, Foundations, andLeadership Studies ... 212Department of Finance ... 219Department of Geography ... 223Department of Health, Recreation and Community Services ... 230Department of History ... 250Interdisciplinary Majors, Minors and Program Certificates ... 256Bachelor of Applied Science Degree Programs ... 257Bachelor of Arts Degree and Minor Programs ... 260Master of Arts Degree Programs ... 268Program Certificates ... 270College of Business ... 275College of Education ... 282College of Social and Behavioral Sciences ... 289Undergraduate Studies ... 292Iowa Lakeside Laboratory ... 293Department of Kinesiology ... 293Department of Languages and Literatures ... 297Department of Management ... 318Department of Marketing and Entrepreneurship ... 322Department of Mathematics ... 329Department of Military Science ... 336School of Music ... 337Department of Philosophy and World Religions ... 352Department of Physics ... 356Department of Political Science ... 361Department of Psychology ... 367Regents Alternative Pathway to Iowa Licensure (RAPIL) -Answering the Call to Teach ... 371Science Education ... 371Social Science ... 376Department of Social Work ... 383Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminology ... 388Special Education ... 397Teaching ... 400Department of Theatre ... 400Course Number Explanation ... 404Common Course Numbers ... 405Guide to Course Number Prefixes ... 407Course Descriptions ... 410Accounting Courses (ACCT) ... 411Actuarial Science Courses (ACT SCI) ... 412American Sign Language Courses (ASL) ... 413Anthropology Courses (ANTH) ... 413Art Education Courses (ARTED) ... 415Art History Courses (ARTHIST) ... 416Art Studio Courses (ART) ... 417Athletic Training Courses (AT) ... 419https://scholarworks.uni.edu/uni_catalogs/1065/thumbnail.jp

    2022-2023 Lindenwood University Undergraduate Course Catalog

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    Lindenwood University Undergraduate Course Cataloghttps://digitalcommons.lindenwood.edu/catalogs/1208/thumbnail.jp
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