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Nursing program s “”community clinical”” course culminates with a Health Fair

A semester-long collaboration between a Calvin College professor, students in her Nursing 478 class, and the Creston Neighborhood Association culminated with a four-hour Health Fair on the northeast side of Grand Rapids that was free and open to all. Calvin professor Barb Timmermans teaches Nursing 478, the Hope-Calvin nursing program s “”community clinical”” course, in a very hands-on way. All semester long the class spent one day a week working with the Creston Neighborhood Association, doing a variety of health screenings and health promotions. And on April 29 the class concluded a semester s worth of efforts with a four-hour…

Introduction to The Theory and Practice of Archaeology

About this class: Archaeology is teamwork, and succeeds best when people cooperate, share each other s work assignments and contribute together to achieve the project s goals. Several of the course assignments have been designed with that in mind. It is my hope that we can constitute ourselves on the model of an archaeological team, working together to achieve the common goal: becoming archaeologists in theory and practice. COURSE GOALSAn introduction to the theory and practice of archaeology; i. e., how and why archaeology is done and what can be learned from it. A. Introduction to the theoretical framework that…