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	SPEA-J 550  TOPICS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE (3 CR)
           VT: MENTORING JUVENILES/AFTERCARE
              21961 PERM     04:30P-05:45P   T      BS 3011   Jarjoura G                    15   13    0
                 STUDENTS WILL SERVE AS MENTORS TO JUVENILE OFFENDERS
                 RETURNING TO INDPLS COMMUNITIES FROM STATE CORRECTIONAL
                 FACILITIES.  OUTSIDE OF CLASS STUDENTS ARE EXCEPTED
                 TO SPEND 8 HOURS WEEKLY ON THEIR SERVICE ACTIVITIES,
                 WITH SOME TIME AT A LOCAL CORRECTIONAL FACILITY.  FOR
                 PERMISSION TO REGISTER FOR THIS COURSE CONTACT RORGER
                 JARJOURA AT RJARJOUR@IUPUI.EDU.
                 AS PART OF THE EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING REQUIREMENT OF THIS
                 CLASS, STUDENTS WILL ENGAGE IN AN ORGANIZED COMMUNITY SERVICE
                 ACTIVITY.
           VT: DO THE HOMELESS COUNT?
              23885          04:00P-05:45P   W      BS 2002   Littlepage L                  35    9    0


 
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                 OPEN TO ALL STUDENTS  STUDENTS IN THIS CLASS WILL ACTIVELY
                 PARTICIPATE IN THE ANNUAL HOMELESS COUNT, GOING INTO THE
                 COMMUNITY AND ASSISTING IN COUNTING HOMELESS INDIVIDUALS.
                 STUDENTS WILL BE PROVIDED TRAINING BEFORE THE COUNT. THE
                 COUNT WILL TAKE PLACE CONVEENING IN THE THIRD WEEK OF JANUARY
                 2008 AND WILL BEGIN AT APPROXIMATELY 5:00P.M. AND END
                 APPROXIMATELY 11:30P.M. AFTER THE COUNT, STUDENTS WILL
                 VOLUNTEER TOTAL OF 20 HOURS AT A HOMELESS SHELTER AND PREPARE
                 A CASE STUDY DESCRIBING THAT SHELTER.  CLASSES WILL MEET FROM
                 4:00P.M.-5:45 P.M. ON WEDNESDAY EVENINGS AND ARE OPEN TO
                 GRADUATES AND UNDERGRADUATES FROM ALL MAJORS.
                 AS PART OF THE EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING REQUIREMENT OF THIS
                 CLASS, STUDENTS WILL ENGAGE IN COMMUNITY-BASED RESEARCH AND
                 IN AN ORGANIZED COMMUNITY SERVICE ACTIVITY.
              29291 PERM     09:00A-11:40A   W      AP OC     Jarjoura G                    16    9    0
                 INSIDE-OUT:  PUNISHMENT AND REFORMATION.  THIS COURSE
                 EXAMINES CRIMINAL PUNISHMENT IN THE UNITED STATES AND
                 THROUGHOUT THE WORLD.  WE WILL CONSIDER THE NATURE OF
                 PUNISHMENT, THE MORAL JUSTIFICATION FOR PUNISHMENT, AND THE
                 PURPOSE OF PUNISHMENT, CHALLENGING THE WAY STUDENTS THINK
                 ABOUT PUNISHMENT IN OUR SOCIETY.  THIS COURSE IS BEING TAUGHT
                 IN A PRISON SETTING, AT THE PLAINFIELD RE-ENTRY EDUCATIONAL
                 FACILITY. STUDENTS MUST APPLY FOR ADMISSION TO
                 COURSE--CONTACT INSTRUCTOR BY EMAIL AT RJARJOUR@IUPUI.EDU.
           VT: MAPPING&ANALYSIS-PUBLIC SAFETY
              29666          03:00P-04:15P   TR     BS 1000   Ottensmann J                  30   22    0
        

 


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