Students can self-design their experience or take a curated semester with a particular focus. What might your schedule look like at the CALL?
All CALL students take the CALL Internship Seminar and the CALL City Seminar, and two CALL workshops. Students then choose among selected classes that could fulfill a general education or major requirement, peak their interest, or are a part of a curated semester experience (like Pre-Law or Climate Change). Students work with both their Academic Advisor and the CALL Director in mapping out their CALL Semester.
CALL Fall 2021 Programs
CALL General Courses & Workshops
All CALL Students participate in either an internship (taken in conjunction with the CALL Internship Seminar) or a studio based class for their experiential learning component. Students also take the CALL City Seminar either in the first or second half of the semester. To round out their schedules, students can choose from the courses below. Students can also take any courses offered on the Hilltop virtually. If you have a required course on the Hilltop that isn’t virtual, we are happy to work with you.
CALL Fall 2021 General Courses. Design your semester by adding any courses you’d like to take from the list below
- INAF 336-90: Writing for the Real World: Lessons for Beyond the Hilltop, Prof. Kelly McFarland (3 credits, Thursday 2-4:30pm)
- THEO 015-90: Film & Religion, Prof. Bulbul Tiwari
(3 credits, Thursday 5-7:30pm)
- HIST 099-90: Becoming American, Prof. Molly Thacker
(3 credits, Thursday 11am-1:30pm)*
- GOVX 431-90: US Law, Theory & Practice, Prof. Andrew Caffey
(5 credits, Monday 3:30-6pm)*
- GOVT 251-90: The First Amendment, Prof. Joseph Hartman
(3 credits, Monday 11am-1:30pm)*
- GOVT 219-90: Prisons & Punishment, Prof. Marc Howard
(3 credits, Tuesday 1-3:30pm)*
- UNXD TBD: Health Equity & Policy, Prof. Dania Palanker
(3 credits, Wednesday 10am-12:30pm)*
CALL Fall 2021 Workshops will help you horn your professional skills! Choose two workshops from the list below.
- UNXD 347-90: Mediation Seminar, Prof. Rachel Milner Gillers
- (1 credit, second half of semester, TBD)*
- UNXD 350-90: Risk Taking and Experiential Mindset, Prof. Carrie von Bose
- (1 credit, first half of semester, Thursday 5-7pm)
- UNXD TBD: Speaking Skills for Success, Prof. Kristie Kenney
- (1 credit, first half of semester, Wed 4-6pm)
CALL Spring 2022 Programs
CALL Spring 2022 Courses. Design your semester by adding any courses you’d like to take from the list below
- GOVT 232-90: US Con Law II, Prof. Joseph Hartman
(3 credits, Tuesday 2:00-4:30pm)
- GOVT 262-90: International Organizations, Prof. Martha Thomas (3 credits, Wednesday 12:30-3:00pm)
- GOVT 302-90: Race, the Federal State & American Social Rights, Prof. Albert Thompson (3 credits, Monday 2:00-4:30pm)
- HIST 099: Race, Policing, and Incarceration in Antebellum D.C., Prof. Luke Frederick (3 credits, Monday 10:00-12:30pm)
UNXD 302-90: Environmental Law, Prof. Matthew Oakes & Andy Mergen (3 credits, Tuesday 6:30-9:30pm)*
ENST 260-01: Saving the Planet, Saving Lives, Prof. Laura Anderko (3 credits, Tuesday 12:30-3:00pm)*
- CLSS 109-90: Classical D.C., Prof. Cathy Keesling
- (3 credits, Tuesday 10:00-12:30pm)**
- UNXD 250-90: Internship Seminar, Prof. Abigail Lewis
- (4 credits, Friday 1:00-3:00pm)**
*Environmental Sustainability Spotlight courses
**Required CALL courses
CALL Spring 2022 Workshops will help you horn your professional skills! Choose two workshops from the list below.
- UNXD 350-90: Life Negotiation, Prof. Andrew Caffey (1 credit, first half of semester, Wednesday 3:30-5:30pm)
- UNXD 261-90: Digital Fundamentals for Policy Makers, Prof. Emily Tavoulareas (1 credit, second half of semester, Thursday 3:30-5:30pm)
- WRIT 275-90: Professional Writing, Prof. Rebecca Tarsa (1credit, second half of semester, Friday 3:30-5:30pm)
- UNXD 262-90: Legislation Negotiation, Prof. Bettina Poirier (1 credit, second half of semester, 2 Mondays & 2 Saturdays, Monday 3/14 5-6:30 on zoom Monday 3/28 5-6:30 on zoom Sunday 4/10 10-4 in person, Sunday 4/24 10-4 in person.
New Spring 2022 Program:
Environmental Sustainability Spotlight
The Environmental Sustainability (ES) Spotlight at the CALL is a great opportunity for students who are interested in careers that help organizations and businesses build more environmentally sustainable
Email the CALL team at firstname.lastname@example.org for questions!