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    Jul 11, 2016
    | Would highly recommend.

    This class was tough.

    Course Overview:

    I would Recommend this Course to anyone whether safety is your interest or not. Not only was Professor Ingalls fantastic and funny. She was extremely Passionate about what she was teaching, she used real personal experiences to relate to the topics, we watched very touch documentaries, and my personal favorite aspect of the course was how she made us all feel welcomed and how she made us collaborate and get to know one another. Not a lot of classes are as welcoming as Professor Ingalls.

    Course highlights:

    The highlights of this course for me were getting the chances to be working so close to all my classmates and my Professor. We had many open discussions about topics that are often times over looked, such as work place bullying, harassment, gender equality in the work place which came to a huge surprise to me that there still to date is so much discrimination against women. Sharing real personal happenings was very touching and I feel like I learned more from listening to others than I could have reading in any book. By the end of the course everybody felt so comfortable that students including myself couldn't wait to come to class and share.

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    3-5 hours

    Advice for students:

    If you plan on taking this course, please go into it with an open mind and be judgement free. Students who take this class seriously and open up, share personal stories, and listen to others will come away with a lot from this class. Professor Ingalls rarely give homework on a regular basis but when she does it is important to do it well because it can affect your grade greatly. There are a few papers through out this class, but most of them are very interesting topics and really makes you think creatively. You would be surprised how much your views will change on human behavior at work after this class.

    • Spring 2015
    • Jamie Ingalls
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