SUMMER 2012 COURSES
Perspectives on Canada
William Green, Professor of Government
Morehead State University, email@example.com
Perspectives on Canada is a multidisciplinary online course which explores the history, geography, society, politics, economy, and environment of America's northern neighbor with particular attention to contemporary Canadian domestic and international issues, including trans-border economic and cultural relationships with the United States, and Canada's active participation in world affairs.
Perspectives on Canada will originate from Morehead State University, use MSU Blackboard server, and be taught by Dr. William Green, Professor of Government at MSU. This course, listed as GOVT 680 and IST 330 is available only to MSU students. After you register for this course, email Professor Green at firstname.lastname@example.org. He will send you a reply email with the course information.
Comparative Family Violence
Cynthia Faulkner, Associate Professor of Social Work
Morehead State University, email@example.com
Family Violence in the United States and Canada will focus on four subjects: first, partner and spousal abuse with an emphasis on violence against women; second, violence against children by family members with an emphasis on child maltreatment, including physical violence, neglect, emotional abuse and incest by family members, and sibling abuse; third, family violence against older adults with an emphasis on elder abuse; and fourth, family violence issues involving Hispanic and Latino, Asian, African Americans, and gay and lesbian cultures.
Comparative Family Violence will originate from Morehead State University, use MSU Blackboard server, and be taught by Dr. Cynthia Faulkner, MSU Associate Professor of Social Work, in Summer 1 Session. This course, listed as SWK 301: Comparative Family Violence, is available only to MSU students. After you register for this course at MSU, email Professor Faulkner at firstname.lastname@example.org and provide her with your email address. She will email you the course information.
History of Canada
Adrian Mandzy, Associate Professor of History
Morehead State University, email@example.com
Canada and the United States have had two strikingly different national historical experiences which this course will explore by surveying Canada's political, economic, intellectual, and social development. The course focus on the historical dimensions of the issue of national identity and to consider how Canadian federalism and the relationships between English and French-speaking Canadians, Canada and the British Empire; Canada and the U.S. have defined that issue.
This course will originate from Morehead State University, use the MSU Blackboard server, and be taught by Dr. Adrian Mandzy, MSU Associate Professor of History. This course, listed as HIS 336, may be taken only by Morehead State students. After you register for this course on your home campus, email Professor Mandzy at firstname.lastname@example.org He will email you the course information.
Urban Sustainability: Canada and United States
Ernest J. Yanarella, Professor of Political Science
University of Kentucky, email@example.com
Global warming, climate change, and unparalleled populated growth have kindled the dream in North America and worldwide of building sustainable cities. This course will explore the blueprints for sustainable cities in Canada and the United States and will focus attention on the meaning of sustainability, the challenge of growth-oriented economic national politics and policies, the promotion of local and national sustainability policies, the efforts by towns and cities to institute local sustainability programs, and the prospects for achieving sustainable development.
This course will originate from the University of Kentucky, use the UK Blackboard server and electronic library re-serves, and be taught by Dr. Ernest J. Yanarella, UK Professor of Political Science. This course, listed as PS 391, is available only to UK students. After you register for this course, email Dr. Ernest J. Yanarella at firstname.lastname@example.org. He will email you the course information.