Virtual Mock Classes

     
     

    Virtual Mock Classes

    Join a virtual classroom on Zoom as faculty from across campus highlight their colleges and provide a true preview of learning as an EWU student.

    Honors Program
    Dr. Natalia Ruiz-Rubio and Dr. Brian Davenport from the Honors Program will give a preview of an a typical Honors class. Through an engaging curriculum, the Honors Program provides opportunities to enhance your academic skills and intellectual curiosity. Honor students also engage in research to generate innovative approaches that promote an equitable community. 
    College of Business
    Dr. Elizabeth Tipton of the Business and Data Analytics Department has put together a class on bad data. Dr. Tipton will be discussing how to identify bad data and protect yourself from misinformation.
    College of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math
    Dr. Bo Idsardi of the Biology Department will be teaching a class for those interested in the sciences and/or science education. Join us for an activity that combines candles and water to illustrate core concepts in physical science and science education!
    College of Health Science and Public Health
    Dr. Emily Messina of the Therapeutic Recreation Department is teaching a class on understanding the basic problems, needs, and strengths of all disability groups in relation to developing and implementing a Therapeutic Recreation program. This specific lecture will explore various modalities and facilitation techniques that are commonly used within Therapeutic Recreation programming. 
    College of Social Sciences
    Dr. Tom Hawley of the Political Science Department has created an interactive adaptation of the exam administered to new US citizens. It covers various aspects of the United States federal government, the US Constitution, and the Bill of Rights and is designed to give an overview of the material covered in Political Science 100.
    College of Arts, Letters, and Education
    Dr. Kevin Decker of the Philosophy Department will be teaching a class on "The Best of All Possible Worlds: Two Modern Philosophers for a Time of Pandemic". This will be an interdisciplinary look at how we might deal with natural evils using the philosophies of Leibniz and Spinoza.

     

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