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  1. 2015-2016 Courses

    how do we study the songs and sounds we hear everywhere and everyday. What makes music popular? Why do ... involved in conducting research and writing about music as a social phenomenon, considering the roles ... four-part vocal writing, 18th-century style keyboard accompaniment, key relations, and form. Students ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 10/11/2016 - 15:08

  2. Q&A with Prof. Pepper: Why Research Has Not Been Able to Solve the Gun Control Debate

    Q&A: Why Research Has Not Been Able to Solve the Gun Control Debate. Q&A with Prof. ... Pepper: Why Research Has Not Been Able to Solve the Gun Control Debate ...

    ef8t - 06/29/2016 - 15:23

  3. 17 FALL SPEAKER SERIES Why pronunciation is so important for language teaching- John M. Levis

    Event Date:  10/12/2017- 3:30pm to 5:00pm Location:  New Cabell 236 (Tentative) Why pronunciation ... others. This presentation tells why pronunciation should be a central part of language teaching, ...

    Yoyo - 08/09/2017 - 14:02

  4. WHY CLASSICS?

    Why Study Classics? Since the Renaissance, a classical education has been one that stretches ...

    Shelly Rojas - 12/04/2015 - 11:05

  5. Why Choose UVa Biology?

    - Internationally recognized research labs in Molecular Genetics, Cell and Developmental Biology, Ecology and Evolution, Neurobiology and Behavior, and Plant Biology.- Collaborative and dynamic group of faculty, researchers, and graduate students that prov ...

    jkj3e - 11/04/2015 - 13:47

  6. Why Study German?

    A global language: join 100 million German speakers worldwide A rich intellectual and cultural history Increased employment, study and research opportunities A useful major or minor: German ranks as one of the 10 most useful majors Read More... ...

    artsci - 02/15/2013 - 17:28

  7. Why Study German?

      A global language: There are over 100 million German speakers worldwide, and German is the second most important language for the European Union. [Click here to learn more about German as a world language.] A rich intellectual and cultural history: Stud ...

    manager - 12/23/2012 - 07:42

  8. FAQ

    First Writing Requirement I think I already write pretty well, thank you. What are the goals ... of the first writing requirement?  Which course(s) should I take: 1505/1506, 1507/1508, or 1510? When should ... in this class?  I'm exempt from the first writing requirement, but I think I'd benefit from a course ...

    artsci - 07/06/2016 - 15:51

  9. Graduate Course Descriptions- Spring 2018

    Creative Writing ENCW 5310- Advanced Poetry Writing II Section 001 R 200-430 (Bryan Hall 233) ... of prior experience in writing and revising poetry. The class will involve discussion of student poems ... and of assigned reading, with particular attention to issues of craft.  Students will be expected to write ...

    artsci - 01/18/2018 - 10:46

  10. Matthew Burtner on "Cultures of Energy"

    an accidental kind of climate activism. Then we talk wind and breathing, why he composed the world’s first ... data, and why he feels that music can allow us to experience time scales and environments differently. ... for moths, the challenges of writing music for multiple species, and how creating new sonic environments ...

    Ryan Lerner - 10/26/2017 - 14:26

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