Concluding your Experiential Component: Public Health Reflections Winter 2023

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Because many public health challenges cannot be fully appreciated until one has hands-on experience working on public health issues with populations or communities, each Public Health concentrator must have at least one relevant field-based educational experience. This requirement is known as the Experiential Component (EC). This winter study course will serve as the final step in completing the EC requirement. Through in-person meetings and online discussion, students will be asked to critically reflect on their EC experience, write about their intellectual and emotional journey during their EC and discuss with classmates how this EC experience ties into previous Public Health courses and potential career and graduate educational goals. Students will meet in-person onTuesday, January 4, 2021: 10-1pm and Tuesday, January 25, 2021: 10-1pm. For the weeks in between these two dates, students will engage in weekly online asynchronous discussions with their classmates.
The Class: Format: lecture
Limit: 25
Grading: pass/fail only
Requirements/Evaluation: Students will be evaluated on class discussions, reflection papers and a 10-page paper which can be waived.
Prerequisites: PHLH 201 and completion of their Experiential Component internship/work experience.
Enrollment Preferences: Public Health concentrators who are Seniors will be given preference.

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