2008 Extra Credit Options

2008 Extra Credit Options - “HIV/AIDS Issues and...

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EXTRA CREDIT You can get extra credit for a maximum of three events. I will announce opportunities in class, and post announcements on my office door. You attend the event, then write a two paragraph description (what the event was about) and your reaction (what you learned, what you thought about the event). Send this to me via email, and put “extra credit” in the subject line of the message. Extra credits can be applied to raise the grade for your midterm, final and section participation (not quizzes). Each extra credit will raise the final grade of one of these class components by one-third of a letter. Extra Credit Options (this is a running list) Tue, Oct 7 –7 pm Embarcadero Hall “Indoctrinate U” film Wed., Oct. 8 – 6 pm, Multicultural Center "Heavy Metal in Baghdad" film screening Thurs., Oct. 9 -- 12 noon, Orfalea Center Seminar Room, 1005 Roberston Gym Mona Kanwal Sheikh "Militant Islam in Pakistan" Tue, Oct 14 –6:30 pm, Multicultural Center
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Unformatted text preview: “HIV/AIDS: Issues and Perspectives within People of Color Communities” Part of the Race Matters Series Wed. Oct 22, 2008 5-6:30 pm in HSSB 4020,. Helena Cobban is a well-known journalist who has covered Middle East issues for the Christian Science Monitor and other newspapers. Title: "The Middle East and the shifting global balance" October 23 , 12noon-1:30pm at ESB 1001 Giovanni Vigna, Department of Computer Science "Are Your Votes Really Counted? Evaluating the Security of Real-world Electronic Voting Systems" Mon., Oct. 27 , -- 4 pm, McCune conference room, IHC, 6th floor HSSB Mark Levine (UC Irvine) "Heavy Metal Islam", Wed., Oct. 29 – 3-5 pm HSSB 3041 Kathleen Moore (UCSB Law & Society), "The Qur'an and American Politics: the Rivalry of Iconic Texts." November 13 , 12noon-1:30pm at ESB 1001 * Monica Bulger, Department of Education "The Search Myth: Quality information is not a click away"...
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2009 for the course CLASS 40 taught by Professor Athanassakis during the Winter '08 term at UCSB.

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