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RESPROG 2A: Ujamaa House Seminar

This two-unit seminar will expose students to various topics about the African Diaspora. Upperclassmen Pre-Assingnees will work closely with Ethnic Theme Associates/Resident Fellow to add breadth and depth to their presentations. To receive credit you must attend 7 theme programs (not including your own) and fill out Pre-Assignee evaluations provided by Ethnic Theme Associates.n1 ...build a pre-assignee group that is very connected to the Ujamaa community;n2 ...build a pre-assignee group that has the skills and resources to be resources for the community; andn3 ...create a space where pre-assignees and all residents can learn about and discuss topics that are meaningful to themnAs such, our week-to-week format and content is varied and flexible. At the same time, attendance at all sessions is mandatory.
Terms: Aut | Units: 2 | Grading: Satisfactory/No Credit

RESPROG 3A: Casa Zapata Pre-Assignee Seminar (Autumn)

This 2-unit seminar is not a class in the usual sense of the word. It isn't lecture-based but will include skills building, practical workshops, and theme presentations promoting the breadth of diversity of our Zapata Community. The purpose of our weekly meetings is to: 1) build a pre-assignee group that is very connected to the Zapata community; 2) build a pre-assignee group that has the skills and resources to be resources for the community; and 3) create a space where pre-assignees and all residents can learn about and discuss topics that are meaningful to them. As such, our week-to-week format and content is varied and flexible. At the same time, attendance at all sessions is mandatory.
Terms: Aut | Units: 2 | Grading: Satisfactory/No Credit
Instructors: Prieto, E. (PI)

RESPROG 4A: Okada: Asian American History, Action and Movement

This course explores a variety of questions and narratives central to Asian American identity, specifically within the residential setting of Okada house, the Asian American theme dorm. The Okada ETA Team and Pre-assigns will be facilitating a weekly presentation that examines different components of Asian American history and issues central to the Asian American movement today such as the school-to-prison-to-deportation pipeline and gentrification. Most broadly, this course hopes to provide historical and sociopolitical context to what being Asian American means in the present day and how to provide concrete skills to engage with Asian American identity and the community.
Terms: Aut | Units: 2 | Grading: Satisfactory/No Credit
Instructors: Wu, E. (PI)

RESPROG 5A: Leading Your Community: Skills for Wilbur Dorm Gov Leaders

The Stanford freshman experience is one of the most beloved and memorable times of your life. Central to that experience is the community of friends and colleagues you¿ll develop through your dorm. As a dorm gov leader, you¿ll partner with your residential staff and Resident Fellows to build this rich and welcoming community. This small group course will help launch you on your path to building that community by introducing you to the resources and inspirations that will make you an exceptional leader in helping to develop the freshman experience for your dorm and across Wilbur. You will learn skills that you can take into any environment where you have a leadership role ¿ at Stanford and beyond. n nThe course introduces leadership skills in the context of the values, issues, and goals that characterize your personal style of leadership and the resources at Stanford that can help you realize those goals. Grounded in concepts of emotional intelligence, interconnectedness, and personal c more »
The Stanford freshman experience is one of the most beloved and memorable times of your life. Central to that experience is the community of friends and colleagues you¿ll develop through your dorm. As a dorm gov leader, you¿ll partner with your residential staff and Resident Fellows to build this rich and welcoming community. This small group course will help launch you on your path to building that community by introducing you to the resources and inspirations that will make you an exceptional leader in helping to develop the freshman experience for your dorm and across Wilbur. You will learn skills that you can take into any environment where you have a leadership role ¿ at Stanford and beyond. n nThe course introduces leadership skills in the context of the values, issues, and goals that characterize your personal style of leadership and the resources at Stanford that can help you realize those goals. Grounded in concepts of emotional intelligence, interconnectedness, and personal confidence, the group offers you an intimate, immersive environment to experiment with issues of leadership and community engagement. You¿ll also meet the people who can connect you to resources across Stanford to help you build a vibrant dorm community.n nYou¿ll meet the dorm leaders of Wilbur past who are now embarked on leadership activities of their own across campus and you¿ll connect with the administrators who can guide you with resources and good advice. Wilbur RFs and Residential Education administrators will lead practical skills workshops that reflect your interests and goals. They may include ¿ but are not limited to ¿ public speaking, effective facilitation for meetings, motivating a team, and negotiating differences. This is an opportunity to gain a tangible understanding of your own capacity for leadership.n nEach session is approximately 1.5 hours on evenings agreed upon by the group. The group is limited to 12 participants, two leads from each Wilbur freshman dorm. Additional dorm gov officers may enroll with approval from the instructor.
Terms: Aut | Units: 1 | Grading: Letter or Credit/No Credit
Instructors: Donnelly, K. (PI)

RESPROG 8A: Shut up and Dribble: Black Athletes and Activism in America

This course will focus on the historical and contemporary instances of professional and amateur black athletes engaging in social activism in America. This seminar requires no prerequisites and is appropriate for all years and majors. Notable figures related to the content, and authors of some readings will join the class discussion, live or via Skype.
Terms: Aut | Units: 1 | Grading: Satisfactory/No Credit
Instructors: Hughes, S. (PI)

RESPROG 9A: Violence Intervention and Prevention

The Violence Intervention and Prevention Program (VIP) is a collaboration between the Office of Sexual Assault & Relationship Abuse Education & Response (SARA) and the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life. The VIP Program is an opportunity offered to representatives from the Stanford fraternity and sorority community who are committed to addressing the issues of sexual and relationship violence on campus. Fraternity and sorority representatives will engage with one another within a small cohort of Violence Intervention and Prevention Chairs (VIP Chairs) and gain the skills and training necessary to facilitate a wide range of educational programs for their respective chapter and for the Greek community and Stanford community as a whole. The VIP Program was founded on the belief that students can come together in their community to educate themselves on topics related to sexual and relationship violence and provide peer to peer education and support to members of their respective communities. This program is a best practice and national model and is open to any student who is a member of a recognized fraternity or sorority on campus.
Terms: Aut | Units: 2 | Grading: Credit/No Credit

RESPROG 10A: OXC: Gender and Leadership

Understand leadership skills in the context of the values, issues, and goals that characterize women in leadership, with a focus on Stanford undergraduate life. An intimate, immersive environment to discuss issues of leadership and community engagement. Recognize core values, leadership strengths and limitations, and inspiration to act with intentionality around interests and ambitions here at Stanford. An OpenXChange program.
Terms: Aut | Units: 1 | Grading: Credit/No Credit
Instructors: Herman, L. (PI)

RESPROG 11A: Leading Your Community: Skills for Dorm Gov Leaders

The Stanford freshman experience is one of the most beloved and memorable times of your life. Central to that experience is the community of friends and colleagues you¿ll develop through your dorm. As a dorm gov leader, you¿ll partner with your residential staff and Resident Fellows to build this rich and welcoming community. This small group course will help launch you on your path to building that community by introducing you to the resources and inspirations that will make you an exceptional leader in helping to develop the freshman experience for your dorm and across Wilbur. You will learn skills that you can take into any environment where you have a leadership role ¿ at Stanford and beyond. n nThe course introduces leadership skills in the context of the values, issues, and goals that characterize your personal style of leadership and the resources at Stanford that can help you realize those goals. Grounded in concepts of emotional intelligence, interconnectedness, and personal c more »
The Stanford freshman experience is one of the most beloved and memorable times of your life. Central to that experience is the community of friends and colleagues you¿ll develop through your dorm. As a dorm gov leader, you¿ll partner with your residential staff and Resident Fellows to build this rich and welcoming community. This small group course will help launch you on your path to building that community by introducing you to the resources and inspirations that will make you an exceptional leader in helping to develop the freshman experience for your dorm and across Wilbur. You will learn skills that you can take into any environment where you have a leadership role ¿ at Stanford and beyond. n nThe course introduces leadership skills in the context of the values, issues, and goals that characterize your personal style of leadership and the resources at Stanford that can help you realize those goals. Grounded in concepts of emotional intelligence, interconnectedness, and personal confidence, the group offers you an intimate, immersive environment to experiment with issues of leadership and community engagement. You¿ll also meet the people who can connect you to resources across Stanford to help you build a vibrant dorm community.n nYou¿ll meet the dorm leaders of Wilbur past who are now embarked on leadership activities of their own across campus and you¿ll connect with the administrators who can guide you with resources and good advice. Wilbur RFs and Residential Education administrators will lead practical skills workshops that reflect your interests and goals. They may include ¿ but are not limited to ¿ public speaking, effective facilitation for meetings, motivating a team, and negotiating differences. This is an opportunity to gain a tangible understanding of your own capacity for leadership.n nEach session is approximately 1.5 hours on evenings agreed upon by the group. The group is limited to 12 participants, two leads from each Wilbur freshman dorm. Additional dorm gov officers may enroll with approval from the instructor.
Terms: Aut | Units: 1 | Grading: Credit/No Credit
Instructors: Clark, C. (PI)

RESPROG 30A: Frosh 101: Introduction to Living and Learning at Stanford

Frosh 101 is a discussion style course designed to help first-year students transition to Stanford's dynamic campus. In Frosh 101, approximately 10 frosh will come together each week to learn more about your peers, yourself, and who you will be in this new environment. Upperclass students will lead you through activities and discussions that will serve to build the foundation for a strong community that is inclusive of diversity and promotes emotional and social wellbeing. This course will also create space for you to reflect on your values and goals as you make important decisions about how you will navigate all that Stanford has to offer.
Terms: Aut | Units: 2 | Grading: Satisfactory/No Credit

RESPROG 31A: Frosh 101: Curriculum Leader Training

This course will provide Frosh 101 leaders with the content and facilitator training needed to lead a discussion style course designed to support first-year students in their transition to Stanford's dynamic campus. Prerequisite: EDUC 194A.
Terms: Aut | Units: 2 | Grading: Letter or Credit/No Credit
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