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Schedule of Classes for Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy - Fall 2021
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Leadership and Public Policy - Evaluation and Analysis
 LPPA 4240Research Methods and Data Analysis in Public Policy
Fall 2021  17051 100Lecture (3 Units)Open 47 / 48Daniel PlayerTuTh 9:30am - 10:45amRouss Hall 403
Fall 2021  17056 101Discussion (0 Units)Closed 30 / 30Erin MellyMo 1:00pm - 1:50pmNew Cabell Hall 383
Fall 2021  17057 102Discussion (0 Units)Open 17 / 22Erin MellyTu 5:00pm - 5:50pmNew Cabell Hall 315
Fall 2021  17072 200Lecture (3 Units)Open 47 / 48Daniel PlayerTuTh 2:00pm - 3:15pmRouss Hall 403
Fall 2021  17073 201Discussion (0 Units)Closed 24 / 24Maya StephensMo 1:00pm - 1:50pmNew Cabell Hall 315
Fall 2021  17074 202Discussion (0 Units)Open 23 / 24Maya StephensWe 5:00pm - 5:50pmGibson Hall 041
Fall 2021  19412 300Lecture (3 Units)Open 24 / 45Daniel PlayerTuTh 3:30pm - 4:45pmRouss Hall 403
Fall 2021  19413 301Discussion (0 Units)Open 6 / 18Ethan NovakTu 5:00pm - 5:50pmNew Cabell Hall 044
Fall 2021  19414 302Discussion (0 Units)Open 18 / 23Ethan NovakWe 12:00pm - 12:50pmNew Cabell Hall 332
 LPPA 6100Economics of Public Policy I
Fall 2021  17039 100Lecture (3 Units)Open 43 / 46Isaac MbitiMoWe 12:30pm - 1:45pmMonroe Hall 122
Fall 2021  17040 101Discussion (0 Units)Closed 24 / 23Daniel NakasoneMo 2:00pm - 2:50pmThe Rotunda Room 150
Fall 2021  17062 102Discussion (0 Units)Open 19 / 23Daniel NakasoneTu 6:00pm - 6:50pmMonroe Hall 122
Fall 2021  17035 200Lecture (3 Units)Closed 47 / 46Isaac MbitiMoWe 2:00pm - 3:15pmMonroe Hall 122
Fall 2021  17036 201Discussion (0 Units)Open 22 / 23Max SchneiderMo 5:00pm - 5:50pmBryan Hall 235
Fall 2021  17063 202Discussion (0 Units)Closed 25 / 23Max SchneiderWe 12:00pm - 12:50pmNew Cabell Hall 309
 LPPA 6150Research Methods & Data Analysis I
Fall 2021  17041 100Lecture (3 Units)Open 55 / 57Sally HudsonTuTh 9:30am - 10:45amGarrett Hall 100
Fall 2021  17042 101Discussion (0 Units)Closed 35 / 35Elizabeth PadhiTu 11:00am - 11:50amMcLeod Hall 1004
Fall 2021  17064 102Discussion (0 Units)Open 20 / 29Elizabeth PadhiTh 6:00pm - 6:50pmNew Cabell Hall 232
Fall 2021  17037 200Lecture (3 Units)Closed 47 / 46Sally HudsonTuTh 11:00am - 12:15pmMonroe Hall 122
Fall 2021  17038 201Discussion (0 Units)Closed 24 / 23Morgan AckleyMo 10:00am - 10:50amRouss Hall 403
Fall 2021  17065 202Discussion (0 Units)Closed 23 / 23Morgan AckleyTu 5:00pm - 5:50pmNew Cabell Hall 303
 LPPA 7035Benefit-Cost Analysis
Fall 2021  17127 001SEM (3 Units)Open 4 / 20William ShobeTu 3:30pm - 6:00pmContact Department
 LPPA 7220Advance Topics in Impact Evaluations
Fall 2021  17076 001Lecture (3 Units)Open17 / 20Sally HudsonTuTh 3:30pm - 4:45pmThe Rotunda Room 152
Leadership and Public Policy - Leadership
 LPPL 2100The Resilient Student: Transition, Thriving, and Leadership
Fall 2021  17091 100Lecture (3 Units)Open 97 / 99Timothy DavisMoWe 1:00pm - 1:50pmWilson Hall 325
Fall 2021  17093 101Discussion (0 Units)Closed15 / 15Kyndall WalkerTh 9:30am - 10:45amPhysics Bldg 218
Fall 2021  17094 102Discussion (0 Units)Closed15 / 15Marsh PattieTh 11:00am - 12:15pmFayerweather Hall 208
Fall 2021  17096 104Discussion (0 Units)Closed12 / 12David SauerweinTh 12:30pm - 1:45pmThe Rotunda Room 150
Fall 2021  17097 105Discussion (0 Units)Open11 / 12Mary LuzarTh 2:00pm - 3:15pmMemorial Gymnasium 213
Fall 2021  17098 106Discussion (0 Units)Closed15 / 15Tsega FissehaTh 2:00pm - 3:15pmThe Rotunda Room 150
Fall 2021  17099 107Discussion (0 Units)Open14 / 15Everette FortnerTh 3:30pm - 4:45pmNew Cabell Hall 042
Fall 2021  17121 108Discussion (0 Units)Closed15 / 15Domenick BaileyTh 3:30pm - 4:45pmNew Cabell Hall 064
 LPPL 3210Introduction to Civic Leadership
Fall 2021  17053 001Lecture (3 Units)Open77 / 80Maura AustinMo 3:30pm - 6:00pmClaude Moore Nursing Educ G010
Fall 2021  17059 002Lecture (3 Units)Open70 / 74Jieun PaiTu 3:30pm - 6:00pmClaude Moore Nursing Educ G120
 LPPL 3260Value and Bias in Public Policy
Fall 2021  17044 001Lecture (3 Units)Closed 47 / 46Sophie TrawalterTBATBA
Fall 2021  19411 002Lecture (3 Units)Open 43 / 45Sophie TrawalterTBATBA
 LPPL 3450Resilient Leadership for Teams and Teammates
Fall 2021  19740 100Lecture (3 Units)Closed30 / 30Timothy DavisMoWe 2:00pm - 3:15pmMonroe Hall 116
Fall 2021  19741 101Discussion (0 Units)Closed8 / 7Timothy DavisTh 12:30pm - 1:45pmFayerweather Hall 206
Fall 2021  19742 102Discussion (0 Units)Closed8 / 8Timothy DavisTh 12:30pm - 1:45pmRidley Hall 125
Fall 2021  19743 103Discussion (0 Units)Closed7 / 7Timothy DavisTh 2:00pm - 3:15pmMonroe Hall 113
Fall 2021  19744 104Discussion (0 Units)Closed7 / 7Timothy DavisTh 3:30pm - 4:45pmRidley Hall 125
 LPPL 7025Values-Based Leadership
Fall 2021  17101 001SEM (3 Units)Closed 48 / 45Gabrielle AdamsMo 9:00am - 11:30amMonroe Hall 122
Fall 2021  17102 002SEM (3 Units)Closed 47 / 47Gabrielle AdamsMo 3:30pm - 6:00pmMonroe Hall 122
 LPPL 7410Psychology for Leadership
Fall 2021  18950 001SEM (3 Units)Closed 47 / 46Benjamin ConverseWe 9:00am - 11:30amMonroe Hall 122
Fall 2021  18951 002SEM (3 Units)Open 44 / 47Benjamin ConverseWe 3:30pm - 6:00pmMonroe Hall 122
Leadership and Public Policy - Policy
 LPPP 3001Public Policy Writing Lab
Fall 2021  17052 001Laboratory (1 Units)Open 24 / 25Diana GaiterMo 10:00am - 10:50amThe Rotunda Room 150
Fall 2021  17055 002Laboratory (1 Units)Closed 25 / 24Diana GaiterMo 1:00pm - 1:50pmThe Rotunda Room 150
Fall 2021  17068 003Laboratory (1 Units)Closed 24 / 24Molly Brind'AmourWe 12:00pm - 12:50pmThe Rotunda Room 150
Fall 2021  17070 004Laboratory (1 Units)Open 24 / 25Molly Brind'AmourWe 2:00pm - 2:50pmThe Rotunda Room 150
 LPPP 3200Introduction to Public Policy
Fall 2021  17043 100Lecture (3 Units)Open199 / 200Peter JohannessenMoWe 11:00am - 11:50amMinor Hall 125
Fall 2021  17045 101Discussion (0 Units)Closed19 / 19Savannah RogersMo 2:00pm - 2:50pmMinor Hall 130
Fall 2021  17046 102Discussion (0 Units)Open19 / 20Guada PintoMo 7:00pm - 7:50pmNew Cabell Hall 364
Fall 2021  17047 103Discussion (0 Units)Closed21 / 20Guada PintoTu 5:00pm - 5:50pmRouss Hall 403
Fall 2021  17048 104Discussion (0 Units)Open18 / 20Andrew SharpeTu 6:00pm - 6:50pmNew Cabell Hall 315
Fall 2021  17049 105Discussion (0 Units)Closed20 / 20Garrett HicksWe 10:00am - 10:50amThe Rotunda Room 150
Fall 2021  17050 106Discussion (0 Units)Closed20 / 19Sophie MariamWe 1:00pm - 1:50pmThe Rotunda Room 150
Fall 2021  17060 107Discussion (0 Units)Closed20 / 20Sophie MariamWe 5:00pm - 5:50pmNew Cabell Hall 407
Fall 2021  17061 108Discussion (0 Units)Closed20 / 19Andrew SharpeWe 6:00pm - 6:50pmThe Rotunda Room 152
Fall 2021  17067 109Discussion (0 Units)Closed22 / 20Savannah RogersTh 5:00pm - 5:50pmNew Cabell Hall 168
Fall 2021  17113 110Discussion (0 Units)Closed20 / 20Garrett HicksTh 5:00pm - 5:50pmRouss Hall 403
 LPPP 3255Comparative Policy History
Fall 2021  17066 001Lecture (3 Units)Closed 45 / 45Peter JohannessenMoWe 2:00pm - 3:15pmRouss Hall 403
Fall 2021  17071 002Lecture (3 Units)Closed 46 / 46Peter JohannessenMoWe 3:30pm - 4:45pmRouss Hall 403
 LPPP 3500Special Topics in Social Entrepreneurship
 Equity by Design: Transformative Social Enterprise
 Building Equity through Social Enterprises
Fall 2021  20614 001Lecture (3 Units)Open8 / 30Andreas AddisonWe 3:30pm - 6:00pmMinor Hall 130
 Explore the process for creating transformational social enterprises from a foundation of human-centered design, historical and social context of inequalities, and empathy-building to achieve lasting equity. Learn how to build community wealth through developing social enterprises as new gateways for access to new opportunities.
 LPPP 3559New Course in Public Policy and Leadership
 Education and Conflict
Fall 2021  20323 002Lecture (3 Units)Closed20 / 20 (20 / 20)Naseemah MohamedMoWe 2:00pm - 3:15pmNew Cabell Hall 111
 This introductory course will explore various relationships between education and conflict—education in conflict zones, propaganda, military training, nationalist curricula, etc.— through a series of case studies of real-world examples as well as policy and theoretical literature on these topics. We will critically analyze the external and internal factors that impact the relationship between education and conflict, including resource scarcity and climate change, economic disparities, and political instability and extremism. The course will provide students with a working knowledge of the field of global education and the relationship between education policy and lived experiences in global contexts. By the end of the course, students will have gained a broad theoretical and practical understanding of education and conflict in Africa (Nigeria, Rwanda, Zimbabwe, South Africa, and Sudan), the Middle East (Saudi Arabia, Syria, and Palestine), and China, England, and Australia. No prerequisites are required.
 LPPP 4500Topics in Public Policy and Leadership
 Public Speaking Workshop
Fall 2021  17135 001SEM (1 Units)Open8 / 10 (13 / 20)Denise StewartWe 7:00pm - 9:30pmMonroe Hall 122
 This highly-interactive, skill-building course is broken into 4 smaller workshops: Storytelling for Public Speaking, Improv for Public Speaking, Strengthening Presence, and Interview Techniques. The last evening of the 5-week course is reserved for final presentations and a full review of all skills. Students will receive in-class coaching each week to: build confidence, skills, and enjoyment in public speaking; to explore and apply vocal and physical techniques; to cultivate rehearsal and event preparation habits regarding scheduled and improvised/surprise public speaking situations; to cultivate and deepen the ability to work within an ensemble/team which includes the offering and receiving of effective feedback.
 LPPP 4725NGOs in the Policy Arena
 NGOs, Food Insecurity, and Food Justice
Website  17078 100Lecture (4 Units)Open12 / 20Paul Martin and Sarah McLeanTuTh 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 food insecurity and food justice in the local community, assess the work of nonprofits in this space, and award $100,000 in grants to support efforts to improve food security and justice. **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 food insecurity, food justice, and our social welfare system.
Fall 2021  17079 101Laboratory (0 Units)Open12 / 20Paul MartinFr 12:00pm - 1:50pmMonroe Hall 122
 LPPP 4993Independent Study
Fall 2021  21249 003IND (1 - 6 Units)Closed1 / 1David LeblangTBATBA
 LPPP 5540Applied Policy Clinics
 Advocacy and Lobbying Clinic
Fall 2021  17107 001WKS (2 Units)Closed10 / 10Brooke LehmannFr 2:00pm - 4:30pmMonroe Hall 122
 LPPP 5559New Course in Public Policy and Leadership
 Global Climate Change: Rising to the Challenge
 Global Climate Change
Fall 2021  20413 002Lecture (3 Units)Open14 / 20Daniel ReifsnyderWe 2:00pm - 4:30pmContact Department
 Global climate change and our societal response are one of the most urgent but contentious debates of our time. The Biden Administration and progressive members of Congress call for zero net greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, while former President Trump withdrew from the Paris Agreement and sought to roll back every discoverable climate milestone of the Obama-era. In a single semester, this course will cover the most salient aspects of the crisis, from the science of climate change, to national and international scientific assessment, to the continuing campaign of climate denial. It will consider the benefits of mitigating versus adapting to climate change, and why adaptation is so crucial to developing countries. The course will assess the three major international efforts taken to date, including the 1992 UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, the 1997 Kyoto Protocol, and the 2015 Paris Agreement. In particular, it will weigh the competing goals of effectiveness versus broad national participation. It will highlight the role of the major financing mechanisms, including Global Environment Facility, the Green Climate Fund, as well as emissions trading schemes and offset mechanisms, and explain why finance has been so central to international negotiations. The course will weigh China’s role and the importance of the U.S.-China relationship in providing global leadership. Finally, the course will delve into the issues of ethics and environmental justice and look at the roles of Congress, the States, cities and the private sector. The course is taught by a former senior U.S. State Department negotiator who played a pivotal role in negotiating the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change and the Kyoto Protocol, and who co-chaired the final year of negotiations among 197 parties leading to the Paris Agreement in December 2015.
 Education and Conflict
Fall 2021  21165 003Lecture (3 Units)Closed20 / 20 (20 / 20)Naseemah MohamedMoWe 2:00pm - 3:15pmNew Cabell Hall 111
 LPPP 6001Foundational Skills Workshop
Fall 2021  17086 001Laboratory (1 Units)Closed 35 / 18Daphna BassokMo 3:30pm - 4:45pmNew Cabell Hall 389
Fall 2021  17087 002Laboratory (1 Units)Closed 23 / 20Daphna BassokTu 2:00pm - 3:15pmMaury Hall 110
Fall 2021  17111 003Laboratory (1 Units)Closed 31 / 23Daphna BassokTu 3:30pm - 4:45pmMonroe Hall 122
 LPPP 6350Politics of Public Policy
Fall 2021  17077 001Lecture (3 Units)Closed 47 / 47John HolbeinTuTh 12:30pm - 1:45pmMonroe Hall 122
Fall 2021  17092 002Lecture (3 Units)Open 44 / 47John HolbeinTuTh 2:00pm - 3:15pmMonroe Hall 122
 LPPP 6500Topics in Public Policy
 Feminism and Public Policy
Fall 2021  17088 001SEM (1 Units)Open12 / 20Lucy BassettTu 7:00pm - 9:30pmMonroe Hall 122
 Public Speaking Workshop
Fall 2021  17131 003SEM (1 Units)Open5 / 10 (13 / 20)Denise StewartWe 7:00pm - 9:30pmMonroe Hall 122
 This highly-interactive, skill-building course is broken into 4 smaller workshops: Storytelling for Public Speaking, Improv for Public Speaking, Strengthening Presence, and Interview Techniques. The last evening of the 5-week course is reserved for final presentations and a full review of all skills. Students will receive in-class coaching each week to: build confidence, skills, and enjoyment in public speaking; to explore and apply vocal and physical techniques; to cultivate rehearsal and event preparation habits regarding scheduled and improvised/surprise public speaking situations; to cultivate and deepen the ability to work within an ensemble/team which includes the offering and receiving of effective feedback.
 Data Visualization in R
 Data Wrangling and Visualization in R
Fall 2021  17116 006SEM (1 Units)Open11 / 12Michele ClaibournTBATBA
 Data Wrangling in Excel
Fall 2021  17118 007SEM (1 Units)Closed 20 / 20Adam FelderTu 7:00pm - 9:30pmNew Cabell Hall 268
 National Security in the Age of New Tech
Fall 2021  17119 008SEM (1 Units)Open19 / 20James AriailMo 7:00pm - 9:30pmThe Rotunda Room 150
 This class will explore the critical implications that new technologies have had and will continue to have on the U.S. National Security. Topics discussed will include (1) the global semiconductor critical supply chain; (2) the national security implications arising from the development and installation of 5 & 6 Generation technology, (3) the threat from ransomware and the role of cryptocurrency, (4) encryption and the national security implications of “Going Dark,” among others.
 LPPP 7040Foreign Policy Failure: Case of US policy to China
Fall 2021  19755 001SEM (3 Units)Open8 / 15Harry HardingTh 3:30pm - 6:00pmThe Rotunda Room 150
 LPPP 7700Applied Policy Project I
Fall 2021  17103 001SEM (3 Units)Open 18 / 20Raymond ScheppachTu 9:00am - 11:30amContact Department
Fall 2021  17104 002SEM (3 Units)Closed 16 / 15James WyckoffWe 9:00am - 11:30amContact Department
Fall 2021  17134 003SEM (3 Units)Permission 20 / 20Lucy BassettWe 9:00am - 11:30amGarrett Hall 100
Fall 2021  17105 004SEM (3 Units)Permission 20 / 20Kirsten GelsdorfWe 12:00pm - 2:30pmGarrett Hall 100
Fall 2021  17106 005SEM (3 Units)Permission 20 / 20Andrew PennockFr 9:00am - 11:30amMonroe Hall 122
 LPPP 7993Independent Study
Fall 2021  17084 001IND (1 - 6 Units)Permission2 / 2James WyckoffTBATBA
Fall 2021  21254 003IND (1 - 6 Units)Closed2 / 2David LeblangTBATBA
Fall 2021  21361 004IND (1 - 6 Units)Closed1 / 1Andrew PennockTBATBA
Fall 2021  21395 006IND (1 - 6 Units)Open0 / 30StaffTu 7:00pm - 9:30pmMonroe Hall 122
Fall 2021  21396 007IND (1 - 6 Units)Open0 / 30StaffMoWe 2:00pm - 3:15pmRidley Hall 175
Leadership and Public Policy - Substantive
 LPPS 3050Introduction to Social Entrepreneurship
Fall 2021  17058 001SEM (3 Units)Open49 / 55Balashankar MullothTu 2:00pm - 4:30pmMcLeod Hall 1003
Fall 2021  17080 002SEM (3 Units)Open43 / 55Balashankar MullothWe 3:30pm - 6:00pmMcLeod Hall 1003
 LPPS 3160Project 1st Gen+ @UVA
Website  17126 001SEM (3 Units)Open3 / 20Paul MartinTuTh 2:00pm - 3:15pmThe Rotunda Room 152
 The class will operate as an applied policy lab, identifying problems and advocating for policy changes that will make UVA a place where First Generation and/or Low Income (FGLI) students thrive. See https://projectfirstgenuva.mystrikingly.com/
 LPPS 3240Terrorism and Counterterrorism
Fall 2021  17081 001Lecture (3 Units)Closed54 / 54Daniel MoyTuTh 12:30pm - 1:45pmRidley Hall G006
 LPPS 3295Global Humanitarian Crises Response
Fall 2021  19702 001Lecture (3 Units)Open145 / 150Kirsten GelsdorfTuTh 3:30pm - 4:45pmMinor Hall 125
 Taught by a former United Nations official with two decades of experience working in humanitarian aid, this course will look at critical questions defining global humanitarian action and policy. The inability to deliver aid inside Syria, the growth of private sector involvement in humanitarian response, the challenges of providing accountability to affected populations, the complexity of addressing migration and refugee flows, are only some of the policy questions being faced in the humanitarian aid sector. Using practical real-time assignments, historical and critical analysis and case studies; the foundations, dilemmas, and operational realities of providing humanitarian aid will be explored. This class will include guest lectures from other humanitarian responders and practitioners currently serving in crisis zones.
 LPPS 3310Police-Community Relations: Problems and Prospects
Fall 2021  17109 001Lecture (3 Units)Open24 / 48Brian WilliamsTuTh 3:30pm - 4:45pmMonroe Hall 110
 LPPS 3340H4D: Defense Innovation and Problem-Solving
Fall 2021  17108 001Lecture (3 Units)Closed30 / 30John RobinsonTh 3:30pm - 6:00pmMonroe Hall 122
 LPPS 3370Trauma and the US Public School System
Fall 2021  17112 001Lecture (3 Units)Open35 / 48Kristen RoorbachTuTh 9:30am - 10:45amMonroe Hall 122
 This course explores trauma in the context of child development and how the United States public school system serves to address this issue from policy perspective. Applied policy will be a unique focus of this course with case studies. School based mental health services, educational supports, and the historical context of education will be covered.
 LPPS 3460Introduction to Policy & the Legislative Process
Fall 2021  17115 001Lecture (3 Units)Open19 / 30Brooke LehmannTuTh 2:00pm - 3:15pmRidley Hall 139
 Study how landmark social policies have shaped this nation, its laws, & its people. Students will analyze policies that strive for equality, protection, & prevention with respect to those whose access to justice & human privilege has been compromised. Learn about the legislative process & how to influence the course of this process, & determine how to work w/in that context to achieve change in real-world social policy. This is a dynamic class that includes lots of discussion, small group work as well as conversations, and analysis of real-time legislative issues/actions of the professor. Students will learn not only how and why laws are created and influenced by the broader landscape at that point in time, but also develop the skills necessary for being a successful agent of change at the local, state, and federal policy levels. Invited guest lectures include federal legislative staff and advocates/policy experts from a broad spectrum of social policy including areas such as the prison system, education, social determinants of health, civil rights, and other social policies that have changed or been challenged due to COVID.
 LPPS 4220Comparative Budgeting & Economic Policy
Fall 2021  17075 001SEM (3 Units)Open 1 / 5 (10 / 15)James SavageTh 2:00pm - 4:30pmDell 2 102
 LPPS 4735Experiential Social Entrepreneurship
Fall 2021  17132 001Lecture (3 Units)Open 24 / 25Christine MahoneyMo 3:30pm - 6:00pmMinor Hall 130
Fall 2021  19711 002Lecture (3 Units)Open 17 / 25Christine MahoneyWe 3:30pm - 6:00pmThe Rotunda Room 150
 LPPS 5360Imagining Equitable Policy
Fall 2021  19857 001SEM (3 Units)Open21 / 30Michele ClaibournTBATBA
 What does it mean to prioritize equity in policy? Equity must be operationalized and incorporated into all stages of policy -- agenda setting, design, implementation, and evaluation. We will consider frameworks and tools for centering equity in policy design, including work to engage disadvantaged communities; evaluate the degree to which current policies across a range of domains promote equity, examining policy histories and differential impacts; and surface the apparent tradeoffs in elevating equity relative to other policy analytic concerns, and how these have been addressed.
 LPPS 6080Education Policy
Fall 2021  17085 001SEM (3 Units)Open 3 / 10 (12 / 16)Beth SchuelerTh 12:00pm - 2:30pmTBA
 LPPS 6710Congress 101: Leadership Strategies
Fall 2021  19689 001SEM (3 Units)Closed21 / 20Gerald WarburgTu 2:00pm - 4:30pmThe Rotunda Room 150
 LPPS 6715Leadership in U.S. Foreign Policymaking
Fall 2021  17128 001SEM (3 Units)Open 16 / 20Gerald WarburgMo 2:00pm - 4:30pmThe Rotunda Room 152
 LPPS 6752Sustainability Policy Design and Evaluation
Fall 2021  17123 001SEM (3 Units)Open14 / 20Molly LipscombMo 12:30pm - 3:00pmContact Department
 LPPS 6765Federal and State Budgeting
Fall 2021  17054 001SEM (3 Units)Open12 / 20Raymond ScheppachWe 3:30pm - 6:00pmThe Rotunda Room 152
 LPPS 6810Virginia Politics and Policy
Fall 2021  17100 001Lecture (3 Units)Open 7 / 20Andrew PennockTh 9:00am - 11:30amContact Department
 LPPS 7050The National Security Process
Fall 2021  17110 001SEM (3 Units)Open25 / 30John RobinsonWe 3:30pm - 6:00pmNew Cabell Hall 389