Explores the relationship between artists and the "art world" through which artistic activity is defined, supported, and consumed. Empirical studies in the plastic arts, performing arts, and literature are used to examine varieties of aesthetic expressions.
What makes some jobs satisfying and others boring? How does technology influence the workplace? What changes are coming in the U.S. job market? Sociology and psychology of occupations. Students interview workers and study aspects of their occupations.
While comfortable and wellversed in traditional violin repertoire, Miss Detwiler is an enthusiastic advocate for new music. She enjoys collaborating with living composers and believes that students of all levels can play and enjoy both the standard repertoire as well as contemporary repertoire. She currently performs contemporary works with the University of North Texas's NOVA Ensemble and has regularly appeared with the Arizona Contemporary Music Ensemble.
Miss Detwiler holds both teaching and performing as equal passions, and believes that students of all ages and backgrounds can develop a high level of musicianship as well as a lifelong love for the art. In addition to her position at the Coppell Conservatory, she is also Adjunct Professor of Strings at Tarleton State University and is a Violin Teaching Fellow at the University of North Texas. In the past, she taught violin and viola for the nonprofit String Project at Arizona State University as well as for the Tallahassee Youth Orchestra Scholarship Program.
If a student's request for an official medical withdrawal is completed after the deadline to withdraw in the session/term in which the class is scheduled, the committee may consider the request, depending on the gravity of the situation as outlined in the documents provided. If this request is denied, a standard term withdrawal will be initiated and the student withdrawn from all classes with a grade of WF, except when courses have already been graded or when grades of ADW (administrative withdrawal) are warranted.
Examines issues concerning cultural conceptions of HIV infection and disease worldwide. Topics include treatment and prevention, identity and behavior, risk, ethnicity, gender, youth, sexuality, activism, drug use, illness, religion, the clinical encounter, national belonging, and the pharmaceutical industry.
Introduces students to cross-cultural perspectives and critical theories in anthropological studies of medicine. Special attention is given to diverse ways of understanding bodies, illnesses, and therapeutic practices in our changing world.
With anthropological studies of edible things as its foundation, this course explores topics related to the relationship between medical knowledge, eating, and health from a medical anthropological perspective.
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She loves helping students to begin each of their musical journeys from a much loved new hobby all the way to creating a strong foundation for private piano studies. Her passion is meeting each child's teaching needs so that they may receive the greatest benefit from music and to continue researching the best methods for age-appropriate brain development.
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Ms. Yu Ying Chang was born and raised in Taiwan. She started studying and playing piano at the age of 6 and started playing clarinet at the age of 9. She has received the 2001 Miaoli County Music Competition Clarinet Division (2nd Place), the 2003 Miaoli County Music Competition Clarinet Division (1st Place), the National Music Competition Clarinet Division (Honorary Mention), the 2004-Chu-Nan Town Piano Competition Youth Division (1st Prize), the 2005 Taipei County Senior High School Preliminaries (Honorary Mention).
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7. The student must attend any course, lectures, or any other exercises which may be required, even though such activities receive no recognition in terms of credit hours.