FSEM1010-09.FYSEM: City as University.F13.Scheibel,James
FYSEM: City as University
Academic Term and Year
Area of Study
How can one be an active student-citizen during his/her years at Hamline? What are the accessible assets and resources that students can utilize in their learning? How can students help build a stronger community on campus and in the neighborhood? This discussion oriented seminar will explore the cultural, political, business, charitable and civic life of St. Paul, especially in the surrounding neighborhoods. It seeks to answer the question, how can one be an active participant in the community? The seminar will discuss citizens as co-creators of democracy, problem solvers, and not just consumers. Leadership development can be a part of one's growh at Hamline. A number of guests from the business, government and nonprofit sectors will share their vision for the city, and the role Hamline can play in making it a reality.
Scheibel, James, "FSEM1010-09.FYSEM: City as University.F13.Scheibel,James" (2013). Historic Syllabi -- full text access limited to internal Hamline administrative staff only. 1808.