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Schedule of Classes for Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy - Fall 2020
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Classes for Fall and Summer 2020 are now posted on this list. Please let me know if anything is broken or missing. -- Lou
 
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Leadership and Public Policy - Evaluation and Analysis
 LPPA 4240Research Methods and Data Analysis in Public Policy
12710 100Lecture (3 Units)Open, WL (5 / 199) 48 / 58Daniel PlayerTuTh 9:30am - 10:45amNau Hall 211
12715 101Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (0 / 199) 19 / 19Karishma SrikanthMo 6:00pm - 6:50pmNew Cabell Hall 032
12716 102Discussion (0 Units)Open 10 / 20Karishma SrikanthMo 7:00pm - 7:50pmNew Cabell Hall 032
19425 103Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (6 / 199) 19 / 19Zack KatholWe 12:00pm - 12:50pmThe Rotunda Room 150
12734 200Lecture (3 Units)Wait List (9 / 199) 58 / 58Daniel PlayerTuTh 12:30pm - 1:45pmMaury Hall 115
12735 201Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (3 / 199) 19 / 19Geoffrey PaulWe 6:00pm - 6:50pmRouss Hall 403
12736 202Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (1 / 199) 19 / 19Geoffrey PaulWe 7:00pm - 7:50pmRouss Hall 403
19426 203Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (6 / 199) 20 / 20Zack KatholWe 1:00pm - 1:50pmThe Rotunda Room 150
 LPPA 6100Economics of Public Policy I
12698 100Lecture (3 Units)Open, WL (6 / 199) 43 / 48Isaac MbitiMoWe 2:00pm - 3:15pmMonroe Hall 122
12699 101Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (6 / 199) 25 / 25Jacob ShaperoMo 1:00pm - 1:50pmMonroe Hall 122
12721 102Discussion (0 Units)Open 18 / 25Jacob ShaperoTh 5:00pm - 5:50pmMonroe Hall 122
12694 200Lecture (3 Units)Open 34 / 48Isaac MbitiMoWe 3:30pm - 4:45pmMonroe Hall 122
12695 201Discussion (0 Units)Open 17 / 22Benjamin DooleyMo 5:00pm - 5:50pmMonroe Hall 122
12722 202Discussion (0 Units)Open 17 / 23Benjamin DooleyWe 2:00pm - 2:50pmNau Hall 242
 LPPA 6150Research Methods & Data Analysis I
12700 100Lecture (3 Units)Open, WL (4 / 10) 49 / 50Sally HudsonTuTh 9:30am - 10:45amTBA
12701 101Discussion (0 Units)Open 22 / 24Savannah QuickWe 5:00pm - 5:50pmMonroe Hall 122
12723 102Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (4 / 199) 27 / 27Savannah QuickTh 11:00am - 11:50amMaury Hall 110
12696 200Lecture (3 Units)Open 41 / 50Sally HudsonTuTh 11:00am - 12:15pmTBA
12697 201Discussion (0 Units)Open 15 / 23Kyle StiltnerWe 6:00pm - 6:50pmMonroe Hall 122
12724 202Discussion (0 Units)Open 26 / 27Kyle StiltnerTh 4:00pm - 4:50pmMonroe Hall 122
 LPPA 7035Benefit-Cost Analysis
19530 001SEM (3 Units)Wait List (6 / 199) 19 / 19William ShobeTh 3:30pm - 6:00pmMaury Hall 113
 LPPA 7220Advance Topics in Impact Evaluation
12738 001Lecture (3 Units)Open22 / 35Sally HudsonTuTh 2:00pm - 3:15pmRouss Hall 403
Leadership and Public Policy - Leadership
 LPPL 2100The Resilient Student: Transition, Thriving, and Leadership
12761 100Lecture (3 Units)Open, WL (14 / 199)95 / 150Timothy DavisMoWe 12:00pm - 12:50pmCampbell Hall 153
12763 101Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (3 / 199)15 / 15Timothy DavisTh 9:30am - 10:45amFayerweather Hall 208
12764 102Discussion (0 Units)Open11 / 15StaffTh 9:30am - 10:45amNew Cabell Hall 594
12765 103Discussion (0 Units)Open, WL (3 / 199)14 / 15StaffTh 11:00am - 12:15pmRuffner Hall 125
12766 104Discussion (0 Units)Open, WL (3 / 199)10 / 15StaffTh 12:30pm - 1:45pmCampbell Hall 108
12767 105Discussion (0 Units)Open7 / 15StaffTh 12:30pm - 1:45pmMemorial Gymnasium 213
12768 106Discussion (0 Units)Open, WL (2 / 199)9 / 15StaffTh 2:00pm - 3:15pmFayerweather Hall 208
12769 107Discussion (0 Units)Open, WL (2 / 199)8 / 15StaffTh 2:00pm - 3:15pmCampbell Hall 108
18745 108Discussion (0 Units)Open13 / 15StaffTh 3:30pm - 4:45pmCampbell Hall 108
18746 109Discussion (0 Units)Open, WL (3 / 199)7 / 15StaffTh 3:30pm - 4:45pmMemorial Gymnasium 213
20483 110Discussion (0 Units)Open, WL (1 / 199)1 / 15StaffTh 11:00am - 12:15pmMemorial Gymnasium 213
 LPPL 3100Foundations of Behavioral Science
12729 001Lecture (3 Units)Open70 / 79Gabrielle AdamsMo 3:30pm - 6:00pmRuffner Hall G004
 LPPL 3210Introduction to Civic Leadership
12712 001Lecture (3 Units)Wait List (18 / 199)80 / 76Eileen ChouTu 3:30pm - 6:00pmCampbell Hall 158
12718 002Lecture (3 Units)Wait List (11 / 199)76 / 76Eileen ChouWe 3:30pm - 6:00pmRobertson Hall 120
 LPPL 3260Value and Bias in Public Policy
12703 001Lecture (3 Units)Open 77 / 80Brendan BolerTuTh 11:00am - 12:15pmCampbell Hall 158
 LPPL 7025Values-Based Leadership
12771 001SEM (3 Units)Wait List (13 / 199) 46 / 45Timothy DavisTu 5:00pm - 7:30pmRouss Hall 403
12772 002SEM (3 Units)Open 36 / 45Timothy DavisFr 9:00am - 11:30amMonroe Hall 122
 LPPL 7410Psychology for Leadership
19309 001SEM (3 Units)Wait List (0 / 199) 48 / 48Brendan BolerMo 9:00am - 11:30amMonroe Hall 122
19310 002SEM (3 Units)Open 46 / 48Brendan BolerWe 9:00am - 11:30amMonroe Hall 122
Leadership and Public Policy - Policy
 LPPP 3001Public Policy Writing Lab
12711 001Laboratory (1 Units)Wait List (6 / 199) 23 / 23Rachel WaletMo 10:00am - 10:50amThe Rotunda Room 150
12714 002Laboratory (1 Units)Wait List (6 / 199) 23 / 23Rachel WaletMo 1:00pm - 1:50pmThe Rotunda Room 150
12727 003Laboratory (1 Units)Wait List (0 / 199) 23 / 23Anne LupshaWe 9:00am - 9:50amThe Rotunda Room 150
12730 004Laboratory (1 Units)Wait List (2 / 199) 23 / 23Anne LupshaWe 2:00pm - 2:50pmTBA
 LPPP 3200Introduction to Public Policy
12702 100Lecture (3 Units)Open, WL (19 / 199)212 / 218Peter JohannessenMoWe 11:00am - 11:50amMaury Hall 209
12704 101Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (5 / 199)22 / 22Ian BaxterMo 2:00pm - 2:50pmNau Hall 141
12705 102Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (3 / 199)22 / 22Nora SurbeyMo 5:00pm - 5:50pmThe Rotunda Room 150
12706 103Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (1 / 199)22 / 22Hannah AdamsMo 6:00pm - 6:50pmMonroe Hall 122
12707 104Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (5 / 199)22 / 22Nora SurbeyTu 5:00pm - 5:50pmNew Cabell Hall 303
12708 105Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (3 / 199)23 / 22Monica MarcianoWe 10:00am - 10:50amThe Rotunda Room 150
12709 106Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (3 / 199)22 / 22Maggie ServaisWe 1:00pm - 1:50pmNew Cabell Hall 485
12719 107Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (2 / 199)22 / 22Hannah AdamsWe 5:00pm - 5:50pmNew Cabell Hall 389
12720 108Discussion (0 Units)Open19 / 22Monica MarcianoWe 6:00pm - 6:50pmNew Cabell Hall 389
12726 109Discussion (0 Units)Wait List (2 / 199)22 / 22Maggie ServaisTh 5:00pm - 5:50pmNew Cabell Hall 389
12784 110Discussion (0 Units)Open16 / 22Ian BaxterTh 5:00pm - 5:50pmNew Cabell Hall 489
 LPPP 3250Global Development Policy
12744 001Lecture (3 Units)Open 49 / 50Kathleen StraightTuTh 5:00pm - 6:15pmMonroe Hall 130
 LPPP 3255Comparative Policy History
12725 001Lecture (3 Units)Wait List (16 / 199) 42 / 42Peter JohannessenMoWe 2:00pm - 3:15pmRouss Hall 403
12732 002Lecture (3 Units)Open 31 / 42Peter JohannessenMoWe 3:30pm - 4:45pmRouss Hall 403
 LPPP 3559New Course in Public Policy and Leadership
 Race, Equity and Leadership
20723 001Lecture (3 Units)Open9 / 24Ian SolomonTuTh 11:00am - 12:15pmTBA
 This course will investigate the concepts of race and equity in American history, law, politics, policy, culture, education, and society. Students will be asked to grapple with these issues from a public policy leadership perspective in which they explore underlying values and objectives, analyze historic and contemporary challenges, evaluate public and private policy solutions, and develop skills for constructive conversations with others.
 LPPP 4500Topics in Public Policy and Leadership
 Public Speaking Workshop
19883 001SEM (1 Units)Closed10 / 10 (10 / 10)Denise StewartWe 7:00pm - 9:30pmMonroe Hall 122
 LPPP 4559New Course in Public Policy and Leadership
 Elections and Policy
19668 001Lecture (3 Units)Open14 / 25Paul MartinTuTh 12:30pm - 1:45pmThe Rotunda Room 150
 Elections & Policy aims to explore the intersection between how we perform elections and how we craft policy. The first half of the class explores institutions supporting elections include voting systems, electoral structures, information systems, funding, and civic education systems. The second half explores how elections directly and indirectly influence policy adoption, timing, and actor motivation. **This class will directly investigate policies that disproportionately impact people of color. We will investigate what anti-racist policy would look like with respect to our electoral system.
 LPPP 4725NGOs in the Policy Arena
 NGOs & Charlottesville-area Affordable Housing
Website  12740 100Lecture (4 Units)Open14 / 25Paul Martin+1TuTh 9:30am - 10:45amThe Rotunda Room 150
 Nonprofit organizations in the United States play a critical intermediary role between government and citizens. They implement significant portions of social policy, they educate policy makers, and they execute government contracts, stepping into a role otherwise reserved for civil servants. This class partners with the Adiuvans Foundation (http://www.adiuvans.org/) to study issues of affordable housing in the local community, assess the work of nonprofits in this space, and award $100,000 in grants to support efforts to make housing more accessible. **This class will directly investigate policies and the selective implementation of policy that disproportionately impacts people of color. We will investigate what anti-racist policy would look like in form and in practice with respect to housing policy and our social welfare system.
12741 101Laboratory (0 Units)Open14 / 25Paul Martin+1Fr 12:00pm - 1:50pmMonroe Hall 122
 LPPP 4993Independent Study
12746 001IND (1 - 6 Units)Permission1 / 1Gerald WarburgTBATBA
 LPPP 5540Applied Policy Clinics
 Advocacy and Lobbying Clinic
12777 001WKS (2 Units)Wait List (2 / 20)10 / 10Brooke LehmannFr 2:00pm - 4:30pmThe Rotunda Room 152
 Public Interest Data Lab
Website  19874 002WKS (2 Units)Open8 / 10Michele ClaibournFr 2:00pm - 4:30pmMinor Hall 130
 Our fall 2020 client is the Albemarle county Department of Social Services, beginning a new study on racial disproportionality and disparity in child welfare.
 LPPP 5559New Course in Public Policy and Leadership
 Intro Global Policy Drivers from China's Expansion
19726 001Lecture (3 Units)Open4 / 30StaffTuTh 3:30pm - 4:45pmMaury Hall 110
 Policy Design & Statecraft
19887 002Lecture (3 Units)Open6 / 10 (6 / 10)Philip ZelikowMo 2:00pm - 4:30pmNew Cabell Hall 315
 Race, Equity and Leadership
20473 003Lecture (3 Units)Open21 / 24Ian SolomonTuTh 11:00am - 12:15pmMonroe Hall 122
 This course will investigate the concepts of race and equity in American history, law, politics, policy, culture, education, and society. Students will be asked to grapple with these issues from a public policy leadership perspective in which they explore underlying values and objectives, analyze historic and contemporary challenges, evaluate public and private policy solutions, and develop skills for constructive conversations with others.
 LPPP 6001Foundational Skills Workshop
12751 001Laboratory (1 Units)Wait List (0 / 199) 28 / 28Daphna BassokTu 3:30pm - 4:45pmMonroe Hall 122
12752 002Laboratory (1 Units)Open 17 / 27Daphna BassokTu 5:00pm - 6:15pmMonroe Hall 122
12782 003Laboratory (1 Units)Wait List (1 / 199) 29 / 29Daphna BassokWe 12:00pm - 1:15pmMonroe Hall 122
 LPPP 6350Politics of Public Policy
12739 001Lecture (3 Units)Wait List (5 / 199) 54 / 54John HolbeinTuTh 12:30pm - 1:45pmTBA
12762 002Lecture (3 Units)Open 35 / 48John HolbeinTuTh 2:00pm - 3:15pmMonroe Hall 122
 LPPP 6500Topics in Public Policy
 Psychlogicl Warfare&PopCulture:Policy on Terrorism
12754 001SEM (1 Units)Wait List (1 / 20)20 / 20Brad CarsonTh 7:00pm - 9:30pmMonroe Hall 122
 "Terrorism," wrote the novelist Don DeLillo, "is the language of being noticed." So how does our culture "notice" extremist violence? How is terrorism portrayed in film and in novels? What do film and literature reveal about the definition of terrorism, its significance, and our reaction to it? This class takes popular culture as a jumping off point to a deeper understanding of why people adopt extreme views, often undertake violent acts in the name of those views, and what we as a society can do about it.
 Public Speaking Workshop
12756 002SEM (1 Units)Open15 / 20Denise StewartWe 7:00pm - 9:30pmMonroe Hall 122
 Public Speaking Workshop
19871 003SEM (1 Units)Open9 / 10 (9 / 10)Denise StewartWe 7:00pm - 9:30pmMonroe Hall 122
 Data Wrangling in Excel
12757 004SEM (1 Units)Open12 / 20Adam FelderTu 7:00pm - 9:30pmNew Cabell Hall 268
 Histry&Challnges to Nuclear Non-Proliferatn Regime
12785 005SEM (1 Units)Open13 / 20Bonnie JenkinsFr 2:00pm - 4:30pmBryan Hall 235
 GIS: Spatial Analysis for Public Policy
12795 006SEM (1 Units)Open18 / 20Erich PurpurWe 7:00pm - 9:30pmMonroe Hall 114
 Fair Trade & Beyond: Tracing Certification Regimes
12797 007SEM (1 Units)Open7 / 20Kathryn BabineauMo 7:00pm - 9:30pmThe Rotunda Room 150
 The Art of Digital Communication
12799 008SEM (1 Units)Open7 / 20Matthew WeberFr 2:00pm - 4:30pmBryan Hall 235
 Climate Politics: A Critical Analysis
12802 009SEM (1 Units)Open3 / 20Daniel ReifsnyderMo 7:00pm - 9:30pmThe Rotunda Room 152
 Multilateral Environmental Negotiations
19987 010SEM (1 Units)Open7 / 20Daniel ReifsnyderMo 7:00pm - 9:30pmThe Rotunda Room 152
 LPPP 7559New Course in Public Policy and Leadership
 Economics of Social Insurance & Welfare Programs
19005 001Lecture (3 Units)Open18 / 20Adam LeiveWe 3:30pm - 6:00pmThe Rotunda Room 152
 Why is health insurance reform so difficult? Should safety net programs have work requirements? This seminar studies social insurance and welfare programs from an economist’s perspective. Topics include health insurance, unemployment, Social Security, food stamps, and other programs. We will use a mix of theory and econometric analysis to examine current policy debates in the United States.
 LPPP 7700Applied Policy Project I
12773 001SEM (3 Units)Wait List (2 / 10) 19 / 19Raymond ScheppachMo 3:30pm - 6:00pmNew Cabell Hall 058
12774 002SEM (3 Units)Wait List (4 / 10) 20 / 19Lucy BassettWe 9:00am - 11:30amContact Department
19882 003SEM (3 Units)Wait List (4 / 10) 19 / 19Kirsten GelsdorfWe 9:00am - 11:30amContact Department
12775 004SEM (3 Units)Wait List (1 / 10) 19 / 19James WyckoffWe 12:00pm - 2:30pmContact Department
12776 005SEM (3 Units)Open 11 / 18Andrew PennockWe 12:00pm - 2:30pmContact Department
Leadership and Public Policy - Substantive
 LPPS 2150Project 1st Gen+ @UVA
Website  19529 001SEM (2 Units)Permission6 / 20Michele Claibourn+1Mo 2:00pm - 3:50pmThe Rotunda Room 152
 What is the experience of first generation and lower income students at the University of Virginia? How can we improve the institutions at UVA to fully incorporate the talents and experiences of these students? This class explores these questions through a project focused on transforming UVA into a place where first gen and lower income students thrive. Instructor permission required. Preference given to students with demonstrated interest in the subject. See web page for progress from last year's class!
 LPPS 3050Introduction to Social Entrepreneurship
12717 001SEM (3 Units)Open17 / 55Balashankar MullothTu 2:00pm - 4:30pmClaude Moore Nursing Educ G120
12742 002SEM (3 Units)Open, WL (6 / 199)43 / 54Balashankar MullothWe 3:30pm - 6:00pmMaury Hall 104
 LPPS 3150For a Good Cause: Practical Nonprofit Fundraising
19951 001SEM (3 Units)Wait List (4 / 199)20 / 20StaffMoWe 2:00pm - 3:15pmNew Cabell Hall 187
 LPPS 3240Terrorism and Counterterrorism
12743 001Lecture (3 Units)Wait List (23 / 199)58 / 58Brad CarsonTuTh 12:30pm - 1:45pmNau Hall 211
 What is terrorism? What are the causes of terrorism? What do terrorists want, and can they be thwarted? What policies salve the conditions that give rise to terrorism, and what counter-terrorism policies are most effective to combat this type of violence? Are civil liberties incompatible with counter-terrorism? These and other controversial questions will be the subject of this course. We will study theoretical works on terrorism, as well as histories of specific terrorist organizations from across the world. Included in the course are readings not only from journalists, historians, and policymakers, but also fiction writers. The goal of this course is to give students a well-rounded, comprehensive understanding of one of the most pressing national security issues of our time.
 LPPS 3310Police-Community Relations: Problems and Prospects
12780 001Lecture (3 Units)Wait List (3 / 199)48 / 48Brian WilliamsTuTh 3:30pm - 4:45pmRouss Hall 403
 LPPS 3340H4D: Defense Innovation and Problem-Solving
12778 001Lecture (3 Units)Wait List (23 / 199)30 / 30Brad CarsonTu 3:30pm - 6:00pmRobertson Hall 221
 This will be a unique course in which students will work on real problems facing the U.S. Department of Defense. Please note that this is essentially a workshop class - where students will spend many class periods meeting with one another and the instructor. Students will study not only the structures and processes of the various national security agencies but also will gain an understanding of innovation and what that word means in the context of public institutions and national security. The class concludes with a presentation of each group's solution to the DoD sponsors.
 LPPS 3370Trauma and the US Public School System
12783 001Lecture (3 Units)Wait List (0 / 199)60 / 60Kristen RoorbachTuTh 9:30am - 10:45amDell 1 105
 This course introduces students to the definition of developmental trauma, the impact of trauma on learning and behavior, and current education, health, and social policies that help or hinder the learning and development of students who have experienced trauma as they progress through the American public-school system. A final focus on policy reform/generation is included.
 LPPS 3460Introduction to Policy & the Legislative Process
12786 001Lecture (3 Units)Wait List (6 / 199)25 / 25Brooke LehmannTuTh 2:00pm - 3:15pmThe Rotunda Room 150
 LPPS 4220Comparative Budgeting & Economic Policy
12737 001SEM (3 Units)Closed4 / 4 (4 / 4)James SavageTh 2:00pm - 4:30pmNew Cabell Hall 489
 LPPS 4735Experiential Social Entrepreneurship
19873 001Lecture (3 Units)Open16 / 30David TouveMo 3:30pm - 6:00pmMinor Hall 130
 LPPS 6080Education Policy
12749 001SEM (3 Units)Closed6 / 10 (6 / 10)Beth SchuelerTh 2:00pm - 4:30pmThe Rotunda Room 152
 LPPS 6710Congress 101: Leadership Strategies
19562 001SEM (3 Units)Wait List (4 / 199)20 / 20Gerald WarburgTu 2:00pm - 4:30pmContact Department
 LPPS 6715Leadership in U.S. Foreign Policymaking
19563 001SEM (3 Units)Wait List (3 / 199) 20 / 20Gerald WarburgMo 1:00pm - 3:30pmContact Department
 LPPS 6752Sustainability Policy Design and Evaluation
19281 001SEM (3 Units)Open6 / 20Molly LipscombMo 9:00am - 11:30amContact Department
 LPPS 6765Federal and State Budgeting
12713 001SEM (3 Units)Open10 / 20Raymond ScheppachWe 3:30pm - 6:00pmThe Rotunda Room 150
 LPPS 6810Virginia Politics and Policy
12770 001Lecture (3 Units)Open8 / 19Andrew PennockTh 9:45am - 12:15pmThe Rotunda Room 152
 LPPS 7050The National Security Process
12781 001SEM (3 Units)Open19 / 30Philip PotterTh 2:00pm - 4:30pmDell 2 100