My teaching is student- and research-focused, as well as explicitly pragmatic. I believe history and the humanities are useful—even if that utility is not always measurable in dollars and cents.
HIUS 151 covers "liberty and the law," ranging from the contracts to privacy and civil rights. I do not expect you to be either a history major or a legal specialist. The class mixes lecture, discussion, and argument and give students knowledge to make a difference in the world, not just in academia.
LAWS 101 covers "contemporary legal issues." Content varies each time it is taught. Usually, I work with faculty that focus on topics like privacy, medical malpractice, regulation, the Internet, and similar topics.
MMW is the Eleanor Roosevelt College writing program. I taught writing sections that supplemented the world history taught in lecture.