Raised by a single mom, Caitlin Hawley grew up without a steady father figure in her life, so when she heard about a class at the University of Arizona that focuses specifically on the role of dads, she was intrigued.
"I wanted to get a perspective on the role of fatherhood," said the UA sophomore.
Hawley, an honors student majoring in psychology and anthropology, is one of about 150 undergraduate students to complete "Men, Fatherhood and Families: A Biocultural Perspective," a new UA general education course that was offered for the first time in the fall.
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Read more about the Frances McClelland Institute for Children, Youth and Families at http://mcclellandinstitute.arizona.edu/