2015-2016 LEARNING COMMUNITIES

 

Interdisciplinary Learning Communities

These Learning Communities are interdisciplinary and open to students in any major.

Discover Auburn: AU History and Traditions Learning Community

The Discover Auburn: AU History and Traditions Learning Community is designed for students who are looking to discover what Auburn University was like when their parents, grandparents, and even great grandparents were in college. Students will have the opportunity to delve into the AU Special Collections and Archives and general institutional history in an effort to uncover the exciting experiences and themes that define the past, present, and possible future of the Loveliest Village on the Plains. This Learning Community is open to students in any major.

FALL 2015
SPRING 2016
First Year Seminar
Core Fine Arts
ENGL 1100: English Composition I
ENGL 1120: English Composition II
HIST 1010: World History I
HIST 1020: World History II
POLI 1090: American Gov't in a Multicultural World
 


Coordinators of the Discover Auburn: AU History and Traditions Learning Community:
Tamara Bowden, Coordinator of Study Partners and Academic Counselor in Academic Support Services
Greg Schmidt, Librarian for Auburn University Libraries

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Discover Auburn: CLUEDin Learning Community

The CLUEDin (Cultural Leadership through Understanding and Engagement in Diversity and Inclusion) Learning Community will get students "clued in" to the importance of learning to respect, understand, and engage in multiculturalism at Auburn. Students will explore who they are personally and in the various contexts that make them unique, assess their level of cultural and diversity awareness, and learn how who they are affects various components of leadership through interactive activities (i.e. case studies, videos, field trips, readings, etc).The goal is to help students to understand who they are as well as acknowledge, respect, and appreciate stories that are not like their own. This Learning Community is open to students in any major.

FALL 2015
SPRING 2016
First Year Seminar
FLGC 1150: Global Fluency and Awareness
ENGL 1100: English Composition I
ENGL 1120: English Composition II
HIST 1010: World History I
HIST 1020: World History II
POLI 1090: American Gov't in a Multicultural World
PHIL 1090: Philosophy of Race and Gender


Coordinator of the Discover Auburn: CLUEDin Learning Community:
Allen Sutton, Director in the Multicultural Center

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Discover Auburn: Photo Project Learning Community

The Discover Auburn: Photo Project Learning Community is designed for students who are looking to explore Auburn University through photography and reflection. This Learning Community will have you discover the university and discuss what you are experiencing through reflection prompts culminating in a final photo showcase to show off your Auburn experiences. If you aren't an advanced photographer or have advanced cameras, don't worry. You can do all of the assignments from your camera phone or you can use higher quality cameras if you desire. The Discover Auburn: Photo Project Learning Community is designed to give students a creative outlet and allow them to document their first semester. This Learning Community is open to students in any major.

FALL 2015
SPRING 2016
First Year Seminar
ARTS 1510: Looking at Art
ENGL 1100: English Composition I
ENGL 1120: English Composition II
HIST 1010: World History I
HIST 1020: World History II
COMM 1000: Public Speaking
 


Coordinator of the Discover Auburn: Photo Project Learning Community:
Taylor Kamin, Assistant Director in First Year Experience

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Exploring Majors
and Careers Learning Community

If you are unsure what career path you want to pursue at Auburn, this Learning Community will interest you. Coordinated by the Auburn University Career Center, this Learning Community offers students the opportunity to learn about the process for making meaningful academic and career choices that are aligned with their unique strengths, interests, values, and personality. Students will participate in self-assessments, major and career exploration, decision-making activities, and action planning. This Learning Community is open to students in any major.

FALL 2015
SPRING 2016
First Year Seminar
COMM 1000: Public Speaking
ENGL 1100: English Composition I

HIST 1010: World History I
ENGL 1120: English Composition II

HIST 1020: World History II
PSYC 2010: Introduction to Psychology
ECON 2020: Principles of Microeconomics

Coordinators of the Exploring Majors and Careers Learning Communities:
Nancy Bernard, Director in the Auburn University Career Center
Addye Buckley-Burnell, Assistant Director of Career Development in the Auburn University Career Center
Meaghan Weir, Career Counselor in the Auburn University Career Center

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Marine and Natural Sciences Learning Community

The Marine and Natural Sciences Learning Community will help students with an interest in marine biology or the natural sciences become effective and high performing. Students will learn about the library and other academic resources. Effective study strategies, Auburn's complex academic and social environment, goal-setting, networking, time management, and getting the most out of AU will be discussed in the First Year Seminar. Additionally, how to talk to instructors and how to make classroom/lab knowledge "your own" will be covered. Students will learn about career strategies and how to build a resume and will meet upperclassmen in the marine biology curriculum, recent graduates, marine science professionals and Marine Biology Club members. The students will also discuss and plan for summer classes, Auburn Abroad, internships, and summer job opportunities. This Learning Community will connect students who share an interest in marine life, ecology, environmental studies, and natural sciences with opportunities around campus to learn more about these areas. Students do not have to be a marine biology major to participate but all marine biology majors are urged to join this group and begin networking. This Learning Community is open to students in any major.

FALL 2015
SPRING 2016
First Year Seminar
ENGL 1120: English Composition II
ENGL 1100: English Composition I

HIST 1010: World History I
HIST 1020: World History II

BIOL 1030/1031: Organismal Biology/Lab
BIOL 1020/1021: Principles of Biology/Lab

 

Coordinator of the Marine and Natural Sciences Learning Community:
Dr. Anthony Moss, Associate Professor in Biological Sciences

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Pre-Law Learning Community

The Pre-Law Learning Community is comprised of first-year students from any college on campus who have an interest in the pursuit of a law degree (Juris Doctor) upon graduating from Auburn. Students will learn about the law school application process and career opportunities with the legal profession. Students will also be introduced to Pre-Law advising and honor society opportunities, as well as co-curricular options such as mock trial debates. This Learning Community is open to students in any major.

FALL 2015
SPRING 2016
First Year Seminar
PHIL 1010: Introduction to Logic
ENGL 1100: English Composition I
ENGL 1120: English Composition II
PSYC 2010: Introduction to Psychology

COMM 1000: Public Speaking
POLI 1090: American Gov't in a Multicultural World

 

Coordinators of the Pre-Law Learning Community:
Dorothy Littleton, J.D., Practitioner-in-Residence in the Pre-Law Scholars Program, College of Liberal Arts
Avery Livingstone, J.D., Graduate Student in the College of Liberal Arts and Mock Trail Advisor
Dr. Giovanna Summerfield, Associate Dean for Educational Affairs in the College of Liberal Arts

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Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) Learning Community

The WISE Learning Community, coordinated by the Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) Institute in the Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs, seeks to create a healthy and supportive community of learners and friends, provide opportunities for leadership development, improve the retention of women in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) majors, and to create long-term personal and professional relationships between students. Your core History and Science courses will be determined by your major. This Learning Community is an interdisciplinary Learning Community for students in any major within the College of Sciences and Mathematics, the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering, or any science related major.

FALL 2015
SPRING 2016
First Year Seminar
ENGL 1120: English Composition II
ENGL 1100: English Composition I
Core History II
Core History I
Core Science and Lab II
Core Science and Lab I

 

Coordinators of the Women in Science and Engineering Learning Community:
Bonnie Wilson, Coordinator of the WISE Institute in the Women's Resource Center
Dr. Donna Sollie, Assistant Provost for Women's Initiatives in the Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs

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Live Green, Save Green Learning Community

It is possible to be "green" and save "green" - both in the monetary AND environmental senses. Students who participate in this Learning Community will explore the broad scope of issues involved in the sustainability movement and their impact on modern society and the environment. Topics will include current events, trends, and social/economic issues; emerging green technologies; economic and environmental impacts of actions; and the economic advantages and disadvantages to adopting sustainable practices. Students will explore issues through discussion, activities, reading, writing, teamwork, and community service - all of which will be centered on the theme of sustainable living and decision-making. Completion of this First Year Seminar counts towards the Sustainability Minor. This Learning Community is open to students in any major.

FALL 2015
SPRING 2016
First Year Seminar
POLI 1050: Global Politics and Issues
ENGL 1100: English Composition I
ENGL 1120: English Composition II
HIST 1210: Technology and Civilization I
HIST 1220: Technology and Civilization II
ARCH 2600: The Art of Architecture, Place, & Culture
 


Coordinator of the Live Green, Save Green Learning Community:
Chris Wyckoff, First Year Seminars Coordinator in First Year Experience

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Be Well Learning Community

If you are interested in health and wellness and learning how to create a healthier Auburn University for all members of the Auburn Family, then the Be Well Learning Community is for you! Students in this Learning Community will gain necessary skills to promote all aspects of health and wellness for college students, including physical, mental, emotional, and nutritional health. This experience provides students the opportunity to connect with others who share health interests across departments and disciplines. The First Year Seminar focuses on college student health and wellness and academic success strategies and is designed by the Office of Health Promotion and Wellness Services. This Learning Community is open to students in any major.

FALL 2015
SPRING 2016
First Year Seminar
PSYC 2010: Introduction to Psychology
ENGL 1100: English Composition I
ENGL 1120: English Composition II
HIST 1010: World History I
HIST 1020: World History II
COMM 1000: Public Speaking
 


Coordinator of the Be Well Learning Community:
Eric Smith, Director in Health Promotion and Wellness Services

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Leadership Learning Community

The Leadership Learning Community is designed to help first-year students make a successful transition to college life, to promote active involvement in the Auburn University community, and to provide opportunities for students to build on leadership skills developed in high school. The First Year Seminar course will explore five topics in leadership and various strategies for academic success with emphasis placed on interactive and practical tools for students to emerge as leaders at Auburn and beyond. The goal of participation in this LC is that students are able to narrow a leadership focus and complete a plan to make their leadership goals happen while at Auburn. This Learning Community is open to students in all majors.

FALL 2015
SPRING 2016
First Year Seminar
LEAD 2000: Foundations of Leadership
ENGL 1100: English Composition I
ENGL 1120: English Composition II
HIST 1010: World History I
HIST 1020: World History II
COMM 1000: Public Speaking
 

Coordinators of the Leadership Learning Communities:
Melissa Sparrow Dunn, Assistant Director in First Year Experience
Ella Weaver, Assistant Director in First Year Experience

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Community and Civic Engagement Learning Community

The Community and Civic Engagement Learning Community explores how all disciplines impact society and enrich the human experience. Students will learn about the importance of an active citizenry by learning about how citizens work together to solve issues that they encounter. Students will meet upperclass students with similar interests and will learn the foundation of becoming an active member in the Auburn community both in the classroom and by partnering with local non-profit organizations and schools. This Learning Community is open to students in any major.

FALL 2015
SPRING 2016
*First Year Seminar
POLI 1090: Amer Gov't in a Multicultural Wrld
*CCEN 2000: Intro to Community & Civic Engage.
ENGL 1120: English Composition II
ENGL 1100: English Composition I
HIST 1020: World History II
HIST 1010: World History I

 

* Both of these courses are required for participation in this Learning Community. 

Coordinators of the Community and Civic Engagement Learning Community:
Dr. Mark Wilson, Director of Civic Learning Initiatives in the College of Liberal Arts
Dr. Giovanna Summerfield, Associate Dean for Educational Affairs in the College of Liberal Arts

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Global Perspectives Learning Community

The Global Perspectives Learning Community is for students who are interested in exploring other cultures, examining global current events, traveling abroad, or pursuing a career that will place them around the world. All Auburn students are encouraged to have a global experience during their time at Auburn, and this Learning Community can both offer you that experience and prepare you for other opportunities such as study abroad, alternative breaks, and related academic minors. This Learning Community is open to students in any major.

FALL 2015
SPRING 2016
First Year Seminar
FLGC 1150: Global Fluency and Awareness
HIST 1010: World History I
HIST 1020: World History II
SOCY 1000: Sociology Global Perspective
GEOG 1010: Global Geography


Coordinators of the Global Perspectives Learning Community:
Valerie Bagley, Auburn Connects! and Learning Communities Program Coordinator in First Year Experience Dr. Giovanna Summerfield, Associate Dean for Educational Affairs in the College of Liberal Arts

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Learning Communities by Major

 

Agriculture Learning Community

The College of Agriculture Learning Community offers agriculture students an easy transition to both the College of Agriculture and Auburn University as a whole. Students in this Learning Community will be exposed to different resources and opportunities available to them in the college and will get to meet faculty and administrators who will support them throughout their undergraduate career. The College of Agriculture believes participating in their Learning Communities is an important step in being successful at Auburn.

FALL 2015 SPRING 2016
First Year Seminar AGRI 1000: Introduction to Agriculture
HIST 1010: World History I HIST 1020: World History II
BIOL 1020/1021: Principles of Biology/Lab
BIOL 1030/1031: Organismal Biology/Lab

Coordinators of the Agriculture Learning Community:
Lauren Cline, Academic Advisor in the College of Agriculture
Dr. Paul Patterson, Associate Dean in the College of Agriculture

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Agriculture: Pre-Vet Learning Community

Students in the Agriculture: Pre-Vet Learning Community will concentrate on preparation for graduate studies in the field of veterinary medicine. Students will learn about expectations and processes of applying for veterinary school and will meet faculty and upperclassmen in the pre-veterinary major. This LC is for pre-vet students in the College of Agriculture. Pre-vet students in the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences or the College of Sciences and Mathematics are encouraged to consider Learning Communities offered through their school or college.

FALL 2015 SPRING 2016
*First Year Seminar AGRI 1000: Introduction to Agriculture
*ANSC 1100: Orientation to Animal Sciences CHEM 1040/1041: Fundamentals of Chem II/Lab

CHEM 1030/1031: Fundamentals of Chem I/Lab

BIOL 1020/1021: Principles of Biology/Lab

BIOL 1030/1031: Organismal Biology/Lab

* Both of these courses are required for participation in this Learning Community.

Coordinators of the Agriculture Pre-Vet Learning Communities:
Dr. Wayne Greene, Head of the Department of Animal Sciences in the College of Agriculture
Dr. Paul Patterson, Associate Dean in the College of Agriculture

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Architecture, Design, and Construction Learning Community

The Learning Community for the College of Architecture, Design, and Construction is for all incoming students in this college. Students in the Learning Community will be exposed to different resources and opportunities available to them within the college and the university. They will get to meet personnel who will support them throughout their undergraduate careers. The College of Architecture, Design, and Construction embraces the belief that to be successful in their respective fields, students need to collaborate across disciplines and practice their disciplines within the community through service. The Learning Community accomplishes these goals through hands-on experience whenever possible. Your core History will be determined by your major within CADC.

FALL 2015
SPRING 2016
First Year Seminar
ENGL 1120: English Composition II
ENGL 1100: English Composition I
Core History II
Core History I
 
ECON 2020: Principles of Microeconomics
 


Coordinators of the Architecture, Design, and Construction Learning Communities:
Jennifer Hill, Executive Coordinator in the College of Architecture, Design, & Construction
Joyce Griffin, Director of Student Services in the College of Architecture, Design, & Construction
Bret Smith, Associate Dean in the College of Architecture, Design, & Construction

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Business Learning Community

The purpose of this Learning Community is to orient students to both Auburn and the Harbert College of Business. Students will be introduced to the foundations of a business education and will be prepared to excel in a global society. Additionally, the Learning Community will assist students in learning about resources provided to Auburn students and the academic and social transition to a college setting.

FALL 2015
SPRING 2016
*First Year Seminar
ECON 2020: Principles of Microeconomics
*BUSI 1010: Contemporary Issues in Bus. Admin.
MUSI 2730: Appreciation of Music
ENGL 1100: English Composition I
ENGL 1120: English Composition II
HIST 1010: World History I
ACCT 2700: Business Law

* Both of these courses are required for participation in this Learning Community.


Coordinators of the Business Learning Communities:
Jake Williamson, Student Services Coordinator in the Harbert College of Business
Jim Parrish, Director of MBA Admissions and Operations in the Harbert College of Business
Dr. Norman Godwin, Associate Dean in the Harbert College of Business

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Education Learning Community

The Education Learning Community is designed for students in teacher certification majors. Members of this Learning Community will engage in organized activities to enhance and promote collaboration, advocacy, and diversity.

FALL 2015
SPRING 2016
First Year Seminar
EDUC 1010: Orientation to Teacher Education
ENGL 1100: English Composition I
ENGL 1120: English Composition II
HIST 1010: World History I
HIST 1020: World History II
PSYC 2010: Introduction to Psychology

THEA 2010: Introduction to Theatre
 


Coordinator of the Education Learning Community:
Becca Grace, Coordinator of Student Services in the College of Education

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Kinesiology Learning Community

The Kinesiology Learning Community is designed for students pursuing degrees in Exercise Science, Physical Activity and Health, Fitness Conditioning and Performance, and Rehabilitation Studies (especially those interested in occupational therapy and physical therapy). Members of this community will become familiar with their faculty and labs, be exposed to career opportunities and requirements, and learn success strategies for their first year.

FALL 2015
SPRING 2016
First Year Seminar
PSYC 2010: Introduction to Psychology
KINE 1100: Wellness
PHED 1003: Active Auburn
BIOL 1020/1021: Principles of Biology/Lab
BIOL 2500: Human Anatomy and Physiology I

Core Fine Arts


Coordinators of the Kinesiology Learning Community:
Tina Gottesman, Academic Advisor in the School of Kinesiology
Robin Martin, Academic Advisor in the School of Kinesiology
Dr. Mary Rudisill, Director in the School of Kinesiology

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Alabama Power Academic Excellence Program Learning Community

The Alabama Power Academic Excellence Program Learning Community is open to underrepresented students in the College of Engineering. Programming offered during the academic year supports the development of scholars who are prepared to pursue engineering graduate and professional education and enter the engineering workforce. Students participate in a variety of academic, personal development, and career exploration activities intended to build a sense of community and increase understanding of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics disciplines. Math placement will be determined by your SAT/ACT scores. Contact the Alabama Power Academic Excellence Program at 334.844.2330 for more information and to sign up.

FALL 2015
SPRING 2016
First Year Seminar
Core Math II
Core Math I
HIST 1220: Technology and Civilization II
HIST 1210: Technology and Civilization I
 

Coordinators of the Alabama Power Academic Excellence Program Learning Community:
Dr. Cheryl Seals, Acting Director in the Alabama Power Academic Excellence Program
Othello Dalton, Administrative Assistant in the Alabama Power Academic Excellence Program

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Engineering Learning Community

The Engineering Learning Community will be composed of incoming students in the College of Engineering who are interested in participating. Entering college presents a new set of challenges; the purpose of this Learning Community is to provide a supportive environment for new first-year students to meet others who are enrolled in their curriculum and facing the challenges of being a pre-engineering student. As a part of this Learning Community, students will be co-registered in a First Year Seminar and core curriculum courses during their first year. Math placement will be determined by your SAT/ACT scores.

FALL 2015
SPRING 2016
First Year Seminar
ENGL 1120: English Composition II
ENGL 1100: English Composition I
Core History II 
Core History I

MATH 1150/1610: Pre-Calculus/Calculus I
MATH 1610/1620: Calculus I/Calculus II


Coordinators of the Engineering Learning Communities:
Rob Kulick, Academic Advisor in the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering
Dr. Bob Karcher, Associate Dean in the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering

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Forestry and Wildlife Sciences Learning Community

The Forestry and Wildlife Sciences Learning Community is a fellowship of students who share a common interest in our natural resources, and who are new to Auburn University's School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences. They are united by their love of the outdoors and a passion for studying techniques to protect, understand, and utilize the wilder lands in our world. The classes the students take with this Learning Community are designed to help the students achieve a successful transition to college life by providing opportunities to explore strategies for academic success relevant to their first-year experience through discussion, activities, reading, writing, teamwork, and community service.

FALL 2015
SPRING 2016
First Year Seminar
ENGL 1120: English Composition II
ENGL 1100: English Composition I
BIOL 1030/1031: Organismal Biology/Lab
BIOL 1020/1021: Principles of Biology/Lab

FOWS 1010: Intro to Renewable Resources

 

Coordinators of the Forestry and Wildlife Sciences Learning Communities:
Dr. Jodie Kenney, Director of Student Services in the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences
Dr. James Shepard, Professor in the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences

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Human Sciences Learning Community

The students in the Human Sciences Learning Community will have opportunities to connect with other students, faculty, and administration within the College of Human Sciences through shared classes and participation in events organized by the college. These events include specialized academic advising sessions, college-wide initiatives for student learning and student development, and study abroad information sessions.

FALL 2015
SPRING 2016
First Year Seminar
PSYC 2010: Introduction to Psychology
HIST 1010: World History I
HIST 1020: World History II
HDFS 2000: Marriage and Family in a Global Context
Core Fine Arts


Coordinators of the Human Sciences Learning Communities:
Kim Parker, Academic Advisor in the College of Human Sciences
Dr. Susan Hubbard, Associate Dean in the College of Human Sciences

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Communication and Journalism Learning Community

Students in any major in the School of Communication and Journalism will benefit from this Learning Community experience. They will learn about the valuable resources and opportunities within their school and connect with other students and faculty in their majors.

FALL 2015
SPRING 2016
First Year Seminar
PSYC 2010: Introduction to Psychology
MDIA 2350: Introduction to Film Studies
JRNL 1100/COMM 1000: Journalism Fund./Public Speaking
ENGL 1100: English Composition I
ENGL 1120: English Composition II
HIST 1010: World History I
HIST 1020: World History II


Coordinators of the Communication and Journalism Learning Communities:
Lori McLean, Academic Advisor in the School of Communication and Journalism
Dr. Giovanna Summerfield, Associate Dean for Educational Affairs in the College of Liberal Arts

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Liberal Arts Learning Community

Graduates in the liberal arts go on to be outstanding leaders in their professions and in their communities. The Liberal Arts Learning Community explores opportunities presented by Auburn University and, in particular, the College of Liberal Arts. It will build on students' backgrounds to improve the skills necessary for success in college, and it will introduce students to unique academic and co-curricular opportunities provided by the College of Liberal Arts. Students will also explore major and career choices available to them.

FALL 2015
SPRING 2016
First Year Seminar
ENGL 1120: English Composition II
ENGL 1100: English Composition I
HIST 1020: World History II
HIST 1010: World History I
BIOL 1010/1011: Survey of Life/Lab
BIOL 1000/1001: Introduction to Biology/Lab
 


Coordinator of the Liberal Arts Learning Community:
Dr. Giovanna Summerfield, Associate Dean for Educational Affairs in College of Liberal Arts

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Nursing Learning Community

The Nursing Learning Community is made up of first-year students in Pre-Nursing. All incoming first-year students in the School of Nursing are eligible to participate. These students will take several classes together and have the opportunity to participate in different activities coordinated by the college and the Learning Communities Activities Board. Through these experiences, the community will get to know other first-year students in Nursing and make connections with faculty who will assist them in their path towards graduation.

FALL 2015
SPRING 2016
First Year Seminar
NTRI 2000: Nutrition and Health
ENGL 1100: English Composition I
ENGL 1120: English Composition II
HIST 1010: World History I

BIOL 1020/1021: Principles of Biology/Lab
HIST 1020: World History II

CHEM 1030/1031: Fundamentals of Chemistry/Lab


Coordinator of the Nursing Learning Community:
Pam Hennessey, Academic Advisor in the School of Nursing

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Conservation Biology Learning Community

Students in this Learning Community will be exposed to a broad range of issues relating to the theme of Conservation Biology. They will meet professors doing conservation research in the Department of Biological Sciences, attend meetings of conservation-oriented student groups, and participate in a Rare Species Poster group project. The First Year Seminar class will also make connections with material covered in the first semester biology course, as a way to support learning in that class and show its conservation relevance. We also support student establishment in the university environment through exercises targeting study skills and other aspects of the student transition to Auburn. These activities will foster connectivity among the students and between the students and faculty.

FALL 2015
SPRING 2016
First Year Seminar
HIST 1020: World History II
HIST 1010: World History I
BIOL 1030/1031: Organismal Biology/Lab
BIOL 1020/1021: Principles of Biology/Lab
 


Coordinator of the Conservation Biology Learning Community:
Dr. Bob Boyd, Professor in Biological Sciences

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Diversity in Sciences Learning Community

The Diversity in Sciences Learning Community is open to underrepresented students in sciences and mathematics disciplines. Programming offered during the academic year supports the development of scholars who are prepared to pursue graduate and professional education in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). Students will participate in a variety of academic and personal development and career exploration activities, which are intended to build a sense of community and increase understanding of STEM disciplines. Math placement will be determined by your SAT/ACT scores. Contact the College of Sciences and Mathematics Diversity Office at 334-844-4663 for more information and to sign up.

FALL 2015
SPRING 2016
First Year Seminar
ENGL 1120: English Composition II
ENGL 1100: English Composition I
BIOL 1030/1031: Organismal Biology/Lab
BIOL 1020/1021: Principles of Biology/Lab

Core Math I
Core Math II


Coordinator of the Diversity in Sciences Learning Community:
Dr. Bianca Evans, Minority Programs Coordinator in the College of Sciences and Mathematics

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Pre-Health Learning Community

The Pre-Health Learning Community consists of College of Sciences and Mathematics first-year students interested in a health career in such fields as medicine, dentistry, optometry, pharmacy, or physical therapy. Interactions with health care professionals and trips to the medical clinic help students confirm their career choice. Community service projects demonstrate what it means to be in a helping profession while strengthening the Auburn community. Students will develop study and learning skills which are critical to becoming a competitive professional school applicant.

FALL 2015
SPRING 2016
First Year Seminar
HIST 1020: World History II
HIST 1010: World History I
BIOL 1030/1031: Organismal Biology/Lab
BIOL 1020/1021: Principles of Biology/Lab
 


Coordinator of the Pre-Health Learning Community:
Meredith Jones, Academic Advisor in the College of Sciences and Mathematics

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