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I loved this class. We had a group project which looked over food insecurity in low income communities and communities of color throughout the course of the quarter. Each group had to come up with a proposal to mitigate the effects of socioeconomic status and environmental indications with a lens on food. The policy brief was supposed to be a minimum of 5000 words but before getting to this point the group had to present once in week 5 for midterms and again in week 9. Even though the format was intended for in-person instruction, the class was still worthwhile on zoom. Along with the project, there were discussion reading responses. There were readings for 7 weeks and we only had to submit 5 responses out of 7. Nicole was super helpful and accommodating throughout this quarter.
I overall really enjoyed this class (it was part three of three for my cluster). Nicole was super nice and all, but her grading was a little out of nowhere with little to no explanation. She once highly complimented my work in front of the entire class just to later give me a B on it which confused me as there were no comments or anything. Overall though, it was definitely an easier class that was not too difficult if you can sit through three consecutive hours of a "discussion" type format.