Core Curriculum Designations for Jan Term '21

The following Jan Term 2021 courses have been approved to receive Core Curriculum designations:

Global Perspectives                       

JAN 22   French Food and Fashion

JAN 51    Give Me Your Tired, Huddled and Highly Skilled Masses: An Introduction to Comparative Immigration Policy

JAN 111    Real Estate Finance, Investments, Development and Capital Markets

JAN 137   Finding the Human Place in Nature

JAN 104   Ecofeminism: Women, Land, and Resistance

JAN 142   Creative Geniuses or Hard Workers: Innovation Insights from South Korea Culture & Business in Korea

JAN 144   

Rwanda Rising: Women, Leadership & Peacemaking

 

Community Engagement                             

JAN 161    Community Engagement: A Retrospective Learning Experience

JAN 130   A Portal into Tibetan Buddhism: a dispersed people impacting the world

EDUC 122  Education Field Experience (Open to students in SSTE or SPED teacher education concentrations only)

 

American Diversity                         

JAN 27    The Art of Race: (Re)-Imagining Ethnicity and Identity  in Literature, Art & Pop Culture

JAN 33    Check All That Apply: Being Multiracial and Multiethnic in the US

JAN 46    Sports Writing: The "I" in Team

JAN 51     Give Me Your Tired, Huddled and Highly Skilled Masses: An Introduction to Comparative Immigration Policy

JAN 105   Evangelicals in America: Faith and Politics

JAN 115    Asian American Pacific Islanders (AAPI) in Film and Media

JAN 119    Math In Our Democracy: Detecting and Preventing Gerrymandering

JAN 132   Black Lives Matter: Approaching an Emic View of Communities of African Descent

 

The Common Good                        

JAN 112    Talking to White Folks About Race & White Folks Talking about Race: Barriers to and Strategies for Race Talk

JAN 117    Energy Sustainability and Passive Solar Green Building

JAN 119    Math In Our Democracy: Detecting and Preventing Gerrymandering

JAN 124   The Holocaust:  Antisemitism Through the Ages and The Rescue of Jews    

JAN 132   Black Lives Matter: Approaching an Emic View of Communities of African Descent

JAN 137   Finding the Human Place in Nature

JAN 144   

Rwanda Rising: Women, Leadership & Peacemaking

                               

Creative Practice                             

JAN 03   African Dance & Live Drumming

JAN 32   Art of the Music Video

JAN 60   Creating Digital Narratives at the Intersection of Place, History, and Personal Experience

JAN 113  The Unbearable Lightness of Surveillance

JAN 123  Reading and Writing Young Adult Literature 

JAN 139  Portraits in Words: Workshop in Profile Writing

JAN 147  Screenprinting - Printing for Protest

JAN 135  Creating Virtual Dance Theatre for Young Audiences: Identity and Inclusion: