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LAMP L316 - week 1

by: Mary Angstadt

LAMP L316 - week 1 LAMP L316

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Practice notes for L316 8/22 - 8/27
Dr. Walters
Class Notes
LAMP, business
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Mary Angstadt on Friday July 29, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to LAMP L316 at Indiana University taught by Dr. Walters in Summer 2016. Since its upload, it has received 7 views. For similar materials see L316 in Liberal Arts Management Program at Indiana University.


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Date Created: 07/29/16
Dear Mark, Michael, and Professor Walters, After speaking with Mark during a recent advising appointment, I wanted to write you all concerning LAMP L316. First of all, I hope you all know how much I value the LAMP program. The LAMP courses I’ve taken so far have been some of my very favorites of my college career. Additionally, being a part of the wonderful LAMP community has made academic life at IU truly warm and welcoming. It is so comforting to know that I have everyone at LAMP “in my corner” to support me during my IU journey. I sincerely wish to continue my LAMP journey, but scheduling the LAMP L316 course is putting extreme strain on my course-load. Up to this point, I have been firmly on the pre-medical school track. I’ve said I wanted to be a doctor since I was 6 years old, and nothing much changed about that. Recently, however, I have been considering other life factors that come with being a physician – extreme hours, weekends and holidays on-call, little time for family – and have begun looking into the profession of Physician Assistant. This decision has immense weight for me personally, as well as academically, since each track requires different courses. Essentially with either track I choose, I will have to take two science laboratory courses and one to two science lectures each semester, plus my remaining LAMP courses, Spanish minor courses, and General Honors Notation courses. When combing all of these things, each course must count for all that it can, as well as be offered at different times for ease of scheduling around labs. What I would like to know form you all - may I take STAT-S303 Statistics for Life Sciences in place of L316? Importantly for scheduling, this course is offered at multiple times each semester, rather than just 1 time slot for L316. Additionally, PA schools broadly accept this course for a Statistics requirement, so I would not have to take another statistics course. This would greatly alleviate the current tension on my schedule and make my time left at IU more future-focused. One component of L316 that I know is highly valued is the service- learning component. I understand the value of service learning in my life, and have incorporated it into my college experience already. This past summer, I interned with Monroe County Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA). This was an incredibly rewarding experience, because my family has been personally affected by child abuse and neglect. Fortunately, I was able to receive a grant from the Hutton Honors College for this summer experience. This was very generous of HHC, and it approximately covered the cost of my summer tuition. Beyond this summer, I worked with Monroe County CASA for 3 more months through their largest fundraising event CASAblanca. Being a part of CASAblanca 2015 was something that deeply enriched my college experience. I’ve attached the essay I wrote for HHC about my learning experience at CASA. Through the continued generosity of HHC, I will hopefully be able to intern with Monroe County CASA in the spring semester as well. I will be working at CASA7 hours a week, but will be giving more time there as a volunteer committee chair for CASAblanca 2016. This continued work with CASA is something I am truly passionate about, and something I know is vital in my personal as well as academic development. I am learning valuable skills for whatever my future holds, both professionally and personally. Thank you all very much for carefully considering this proposed course change. It would greatly ease scheduling tensions and allow me to focus on things I am passionate about such as CASA, as well as discern the best course for my future career. Please contact me if you have any further questions about this request. Thank you all for your time. Sincerely, Mary Angstadt


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