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Writing Intensive Courses at Hawai`i Community College

List of all approved Writing Intensive Courses for 2018-19 Academic Year

Course Alpha, Number, and Name
Instructor
Approval/Renewal
AJ/HSER/WS 256: Domestic Violence and Child AbuseWillow Aureala10/2012
ART 101: Introduction to the Visual ArtsViolet Murakami3/2010; 10/2017
ENG 103: Critical Reading, Thinking, Problem SolvingRobyn Kalauli2/2012
ENG 105: Reading FilmKristine Kotecki10/2016
ENG 204: Creative WritingN/Acourse approval
ENG 215: Research Writing - Hum/SSCIN/Acourse approval
ENG 255: Types of Literature: Short Story and NovelRobyn Kalauli10/2013
ENG 255: Types of Literature: Short Story and NovelKristine Kotecki10/2016
ENG 255: Types of Literature: Short Story and NovelKate Sims2/1999; 9/2008; 10/2017
ENG 256: Types of Literature: Poetry and DramaKate Sims9/2000; 2/2006; 3/2018
ENG 257A: Themes in Literature: Literature of HawaiiRobyn Kalauli10/2013
ENG 257A: Themes in Literature: Literature of HawaiiBetsy Morrigan

10/1999; 10/2014

ENG 257E: Themes in Literature: Multi-Cultural LiteratureSharon Dansereau2/2015
ENG 257E: Themes in Literature: Multi-Cultural LiteratureKristine Kotecki2/2017
ENG 257E: Themes in Literature: Multi-Cultural LiteratureCaroline Naguwa2/2012
FAMR 230: Human DevelopmentElizabeth Shaver2/2016
HD 234: Human Development: AgingLucy Jones10/2012
HIST 120: National Cinemas

Sam Giordanengo

3/2018
HIST 274: Writing Personal HistoryRichard Stevens10/2012
HWST 107: Hawai`i: Center of the UniverseSarah Wakana10/2017
PHIL 101: Introduction to Philosophy: Morals and SocietyElizabeth Shaver10/2012
PHIL 101: Introduction to Philosophy: Morals and SocietyBenjamin Zenk10/2017
PHIL 120: Science, Tech, and ValuesJessica Gonzalez2/2014
PHIL 120: Science, Tech, and ValuesBenjamin Zenk10/2017
PSY 214: Research MethodologyGwynne Pacheco9/2002; 3/2018
PSY 275/HUM 275: Psychology and the Expressive ArtsTrina Nahm-Mijo10/2001; 10/2010; 10/2013
SCI 124L: Introduction to Environmental Science LABPamela Scheffler10/2013
SCI 124L: Introduction to Environmental Science LABIlana Stout9/2016
SOC 251: Introduction to Sociology of the FamilyGwynne Pacheco9/2001; 3/2018
SOC 265: Community DevelopmentNoelie Rodriguez11/2015
SOC 289: Sociology of KnowledgeNoelie Rodriguez9/1997; 9/2016
WS 151: Women's StudiesLucy Jones2/2012
WS 151: Women's StudiesTrina Nahm-Mijo2/1997; 10/2014

List of all approved Writing Intensive Courses for 2017-18 Academic Year (includes active courses pending instructor renewal)

Course Alpha, Number, and Name
Instructor
Approval/Renewal
AJ/HSER/WS 256: Domestic Violence and Child AbuseWillow Aureala10/2012
ART 101: Introduction to the Visual ArtsViolet Murakami3/2010; 10/2017
ENG 103: Critical Reading, Thinking, Problem SolvingRobyn Kalauli2/2012
ENG 105: Reading FilmKristine Kotecki10/2016
ENG 204: Creative WritingN/Acourse approval
ENG 215: Research Writing - Hum/SSCIN/Acourse approval
ENG 255: Types of Literature: Short Story and NovelRobyn Kalauli10/2013
ENG 255: Types of Literature: Short Story and NovelKristine Kotecki10/2016
ENG 255: Types of Literature: Short Story and NovelKate Sims2/1999; 9/2008; 10/2017
ENG 256: Types of Literature: Poetry and DramaKate Sims9/2000; 2/2006
ENG 257A: Themes in Literature: Literature of HawaiiRobyn Kalauli10/2013
ENG 257A: Themes in Literature: Literature of HawaiiBetsy Morrigan

10/1999; 10/2014

ENG 257E: Themes in Literature: Multi-Cultural LiteratureSharon Dansereau2/2015
ENG 257E: Themes in Literature: Multi-Cultural LiteratureRobyn Kalauli2/2011
ENG 257E: Themes in Literature: Multi-Cultural LiteratureKristine Kotecki2/2017
ENG 257E: Themes in Literature: Multi-Cultural LiteratureCaroline Naguwa2/2012
FAMR 230: Human DevelopmentElizabeth Shaver2/2016
GEOG 102: World Regional GeographyNan Elmer9/1999; 2/2006; 5/2013
HD 234: Human Development: AgingLucy Jones10/2012
HIST 152: World Civilization IISamuel Giordanengo10/2010
HIST 274: Writing Personal HistoryRichard Stevens10/2012
HWST 107: Hawai`i: Center of the UniverseSarah Wakana10/2017
PHIL 101: Introduction to Philosophy: Morals and SocietyElizabeth Shaver10/2012
PHIL 101: Introduction to Philosophy: Morals and SocietyBenjamin Zenk10/2017
PHIL 120: Science, Tech, and ValuesJessica Gonzalez2/2014
PHIL 120: Science, Tech, and ValuesBenjamin Zenk10/2017
PSY 100: Survey of PsychologyGwynne Pacheco9/2001
PSY 214: Research MethodologyGwynne Pacheco9/2002
PSY 275/HUM 275: Psychology and the Expressive ArtsTrina Nahm-Mijo10/2001; 10/2010; 10/2013
PSY 275/HUM 275: Psychology and the Expressive ArtsLucy Jones10/2001; 10/2010
SCI 124L: Introduction to Environmental Science LABPamela Scheffler10/2013
SCI 124L: Introduction to Environmental Science LABIlana Stout9/2016
SOC 251: Introduction to Sociology of the FamilyGwynne Pacheco9/2001
SOC 265: Community DevelopmentNoelie Rodriguez11/2015
SOC 289: Sociology of KnowledgeNoelie Rodriguez9/1997; 9/2016
WS 151: Women's StudiesLucy Jones2/2012
WS 151: Women's StudiesTrina Nahm-Mijo2/1997; 10/2014
WS 175: History of Gender, Sex, and Sexuality in a Global Perspective, to 1500 CELucy Jones10/2015
WS 176: History of Gender, Sex, and Sexuality in a Global Perspective, 1500 to PresentLucy Jones10/2016

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