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Viewing: CEE 224X, section 01

Also listed as CEE 124X, section 01 and ESS 118X, section 01 and ESS 218X, section 01 and GEOLSCI 118X, section 01 and GEOLSCI 218X, section 01 and GEOPHYS 118X, section 01 and GEOPHYS 218X, section 01 and POLISCI 224X, section 01 and PUBLPOL 118X, section 01


Term: 1192 - 1192
Instructor: Staff, Katz, Ouyang, Leckie, Ortolano, OKrepki

Learning Goals

Familiarity with statistical concepts and methods.
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Ability to use Excel and basic programming to process and analyze datasets.
Ability to use geographic information systems (GIS) tools to perform spatial and network analysis.

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Familiarity with principles and processes of ethical reasoning.
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Ability to conduct open-ended inquiry through literature review and stakeholder engagement.
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Ability to effectively communicate written and oral information to diverse audiences.
Ability to work in teams, including in a leadership role, and effectively manage projects.

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Work in groups and collaborate across different groups to expand knowledge and appreciate how the problems analyzed by individual teams fit together fit into a broader context.
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Well-being: Understanding of how urban quality of life can be measured through key indicators of human, social, and economic progress, e.g. accessibility to basic services and amenities, and how those qualities can be influenced by the built environment.
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Sustainability: Understanding of how various data sources and methods can be used to measure and map material stocks and flows through urban networks, e.g. greenhouse gas inventories, and how systems models can be used to identify leverage points for effectively managing specific resource flows.
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Resilience: Understanding of how hazard, exposure, and vulnerability characteristics of urban assets can be used to measure and map direct and indirect socioeconomic risks in urban networks, e.g. commute disruption from flooding, and how the “Urban Risk Framework” developed at Stanford can be used to identify leverage points for mitigating risk.
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Equity: Understanding of how all aforementioned systems goals can be measured through the lens of equity, defined in terms of disproportionate outcomes across different groups, e.g. income or race, and how equity-related measures can inform justice-based action in diverse urban communities.
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Course Elements

How useful to you was the final project?


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How useful to you was/were the Peer review?


Additional Questions

How helpful was the direct support of the teaching assistants in achieving the learning goals of this course?


How aligned was the experience of this course with your overall learning goals at Stanford?


To what degree do you think the CEE 224XYZ should receive greater departmental or university support, compared to other course offerings?


Share at least three learning outcomes you consider to be most valuable.


Share at least three changes we can make to improve the course (and its relation to subsequent SUS Project courses 224Y and 224Z) in the future.


Anything else you'd like the teaching team to know?



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