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Resources

Resources

This page provides resources for students and faculty associated with the minor, including important documents and forms, as well as information about campus academic programs and events that align with the mission of the minor.

CIVCM Supervised Field Experience Form

CIVCM Capstone Selection Form

CIVCM Student Academic Plan Template

A Blueprint for Public Scholarship at Penn State

Campus Partners

The Philadelphia Urban Seminar (CI 295A/D)

The Philadelphia Urban Seminar is a 2-week, intensive, immersion experience through which students learn about radical pedagogies, constructivist instructional practice, and theories of urban education and teacher education.

For more information, please see: Philadelphia Urban Seminar brochure

Examples of Courses That Have Counted Toward the Minor

Foundations (required):

  • CAS 222N
  • CIVCM 211N
  • AYFCE 211N

Public Issues and Democracy (PI&D) courses:

  • AEE 360: Leadership/Leadership and Development for Small Groups

  • AEE 460: Foundations in Leadership Development

  • AEE 465: Leadership Practices: Power, Influence, and Impact

  • AF AM 401: AF AM Senior Seminar

  • ARMY 401: Organizational Behaviors
  • BIOL 240W: Biology: Function and Development of Organisms
  • BIOL 296: Independent Study
  • BIOL 496: Independent Study (Conservation of Rainforests)
  • CAS 301: Rhetorical Theory
  • CAS 404: Conflict Resolution and Negotiation
  • CED 375h: Community, Local Knowledge, and Democracy
  • CED 417: Power, Conflict, and Community Decision Making
  • CI 295A/D: The Philadelphia Urban Seminar
  • CI 496: Independent Study
  • COMM 110: Media and Democracy
  • COM 498f: Media and Activism
  • CRIMJ 13: Juvenile Delinquency
  • EARTH 100: Environment Earth
  • EARTH 2: Earth Systems
  • ECON 102: Introductory Microeconomic Analysis and Policy
  • ECON 104: Introduction Microeconomic Analysis and Policy
  • EDTHP 115A: Issues in American Education
  • EDTHP 200: Educational Reform
  • EDTHP 297H1: Leadership Jumpstart
  • EDTHP 395: Field Experience
  • ENGL 15: Rhetoric and Composition
  • ENGL 202A: Writing in the Social Sciences
  • ENGL 297D: Special Topics
  • ENGL 472: Current Theories of Writing and Reading
  • ENGR 407: Technology Based Entrepreneurship
  • ENR 408: Leadership Principles
  • HDFS 301: Values and Ethics in Health and Human Development Professions
  • HDFS 397: Policing and Urban Youth
  • HDFS 495A: Internship
  • HDFS 495B: Internship
  • HIST 020: American Civilization to 1877
  • HIST 021: American Civilization since 1877
  • HIST 465: Civil Rights
  • IST 497H1: Leadership Forum
  • LARCH 497HI: Community Assessment, Planning, and Design
  • NURT 4971: Urban Food Security: Improving Neighborhood Food Systems
  • PHIL 103: Intro to Ethics
  • PHIL 297H1: Race, Space, and Place: Philosophy and Critical Race Theory
  • PL SC 001: Introduction to American National Government
  • PL SC 003: Introduction to Comparative Politics
  • PL SC 014: International Relations
  • PL SC 0135: The Politics of the Ecological Crisis
  • PSYCH 100: Intro to Psychology
  • PSYCH 419: Psychology Sustainable World
  • PSYCH 424: Applied Social Psychology
  • PSYCH 490: Senior Seminar
  • PSYCH 494: Research Projects
  • SOC 001: Introductory Sociology
  • SOC 005: Social Problems
  • SOC 012: Criminology
  • SOC 103: Racism and Sexism
  • SOC 119: Race and Ethnic Relation
  • SOC 409: Racial and Ethnic Inequalities in America
  • SPLED 400: Inclusive Special Education Forum
  • WMNST 106: Women, Gender, and Arts
  • WMNST 497A1: Feminism, Art, and Global Activism: Service Learning in East Africa