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<h3 class=”topic”>Engineering, The Environment, and Society</h3>
<p><b>IAS 157AC Engineering, The Environment, and Society</b></p>
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<p>Restrictions: Class entry code required</p>
<p>CCN: 46490</p>
<p>Units/Credit: 4</p>
<p>Time/Location: TuTh 3:30-5PM, 3108 ETCHEVERRY</p>
<p>Final Exam Group: None</p>
<p>Instructor: <a href=”https://dev-global-studies.pantheonsite.io/people/faculty/khalid-kadir/”>Khalid Kadir</a></p>
<div class=”course-des”>This course engages students at the intersection of environmental justice, social justice, and engineering to explore how problems that are commonly defined in technical terms are at their roots deeply socially embedded. Through partnerships with community-based organizations, students are trained to recognize the socio-political nature of technical problems so that they may approach solutions in ways that prioritize social justice. Topics covered include environmental engineering as it relates to air, water, and soil contamination; race, class, and privilege; expertise; ethics; and engaged citizenship. This course cannot be used to complete any engineering technical or unit requirements.
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