FOUNDATIONS OF ETHICS AND DIVERSITY 200 (UF 200)
Foundations of Ethics and Diversity 200 (UF 200) is a 30-student, interactive learning class centered on the question, “What does it mean to be an engaged citizen in a democracy?” Students discuss issues of ethics and diversity, connect course content with the real world through civic engagement projects, and build their writing skills.
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Click the following link to learn more about: UF 200 themes.
CIVIC ENGAGEMENT IN UF 200
Civic engagement projects get students outside the classroom to connect with a larger community through experiential learning, which is simply “learning by doing.” UF 200 students take part in many different kinds of civic engagement projects. Click the links below to see some examples of projects students have completed:
- Learn About Little Libraries with the Vista Neighborhood
- Learn About the Food Recovery Network
- Learn About mapping Bronco Stadium
CIVIC ENGAGEMENT ORG SYNC CALENDAR
Ready to Participate? This calendar relists campus and community events that may be of interest to students and faculty learning about diversity, ethics, and civic engagement.