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Dr. Michael Dominguez
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Office: AL-355
p. 619-594-8443
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General Studies 480: Engaged Citizenship and Social Responsibility

Areas of Research: Schooling experiences of [email protected] youth: identity construction, socio-political development and activism, racialization, and community and family ingenuity.

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Amanda Fuller, M.F.A.
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Office: AD-201F
p. 619-594-0474
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General Studies 280: Introduction to Civic Engagement
General Studies 480: Engaged Citizenship and Social Responsibility

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Dr. Ann Johns
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General Studies 280: Introduction to Civic Engagement

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Dr. Irene Lara
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Office: Al-353
Mail Code: 6030
p. 619-594-7151
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General Studies 480: Engaged Citizenship and Social Responsibility

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Dr. Cynthia Park
Office: EBA-221
Mail Code: 1153
p. 619-594-7124
Email: [email protected]

General Studies 280: Introduction to Civic Engagement

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Director Jose Preciado
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Office: AD-101A
Mail Code: 1623
p. 619-594-3581
Email: [email protected]

General Studies 200: Professional Experience & Community Service
General Studies 400: Professional Experience & Community Service

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Dr. Megan Welsh
Office: AH - 4234
Mail Code: 4505
p. 619-594-1626
Email: [email protected]

General Studies 480: Engaged Citizenship and Social Responsibility

Photo of Megan WelshDr. Megan Welsh is thrilled to be teaching a section of General Studies 480 in both Fall 2020 and Spring 2021. In this class, students will have the opportunity to learn about the criminalization of homelessness in San Diego, and to work alongside community agencies and people who have experienced homelessness to conduct research on this important topic.

Dr. Welsh is an Associate Professor of Criminal Justice and Public Administration in SDSU’s School of Public Affairs. She holds a doctorate in Criminal Justice from John Jay College of Criminal Justice and the CUNY Graduate Center, and bachelor and master degrees in Social Work from UC Berkeley and Temple University, respectively. Her current research includes projects on: the health and sanitation needs of people experiencing homelessness; community member perceptions of homelessness and homeless-serving facilities in San Diego; and police officers’ understandings of race and place.

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Dr. Wil Weston
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Office: LL-518
Mail Code: 8050
p. 619-594-6988
Email: [email protected]

General Studies 290: Introduction to Undergraduate Research