Annual Theme

Course Cluster

A central component of the Annual Intellectual Theme is the course cluster. Every semester faculty from across all disciplines choose to have their courses included in the Intellectual Theme course cluster. All courses in the cluster relate to the theme in some substantial way. Students in the course cluster classes participate in the Intellectual Theme kick-off and the end-of-semester open house.

Spring 2020

Fall 2019

ANTH 380: Visual Ethnographic Methods
ANTH/ENST 276: Native Americans and the Environment
BIO 216: Foundations of Evolution
CHEM 323 / PHYS 407: Quantum Mechanics
CS 338: Artificial Intelligence
EDUC 225: Education and Social Justice
ENST 120 / BIO 120: Ecology and Environmental Problems
ENST 200: Intro to Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
ENST 240: Health and the Environment
GW 100 / FYE: Analytic Titans
GW 100 / FYE: Creativity Scholars
GW 100 / FYE: Wrongful Convictions
GW 100: How We Think
GW 100: Human Nature
GW 100: Protest USA
HIST 212: Ancient Greece
HLTH 230: Human Nutrition
HLTH 330: Human Sexuality
MATH 400: Mathematical Modeling
NURS 214: Nursing and Society
PSCI 104: Multiculturalism and its Critics
PSYC 227: Statistics
PSYC 369: Introduction to Counseling
REL 310: Cults in America
SOC 201: Social Problems
SOC 328: Criminology
 
ANTH 274: Native Americans and the Environment
ANTH  380: Visual Ethnographic Methods
BIOL  216: Foundations of Evolution
CS  338: Artificial Intelligence 
EDUC  225: Education and Social Justice
ENST  120: Ecology and Environmental Problems
ENST 200: Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
ENST  240: Health and the Environment
GW 100 / FYE: Analytic Titans
GW 100 / FYE: Creativity Scholars 
GW 100 / FYE: Wrongful Convictions 
GW 100: Human Nature
GW100: How We Think (2 sections)
GW100: Protest USA 
HIST 212: Ancient Greece
HLTH 230: Human Nutrition
HLTH 330: Human Sexuality
MATH 400: Math Modeling
NURS 214: Nursing and Society
PHYS 407: Introduction to Quantum Mechanics
PSCI 104: Multiculturalism and its Critics
PSYC 227: Statistics (2 Sections)
PSYC 369: Introduction to Counseling
REL 310: Cults
SOC 201: Social Problems
SOC 328: Criminology