FYS 102 - First Year Seminar (SS) (3)
Topics will be published in the Schedule of Classes.
Course ID: 054419
Consent: No Special Consent required
Attributes: Social Sciences (GEP), Social Sciences (GFR)
Topics: First Year Seminar, Sexuality, Health and Human Rights, Images of Madness, Seeking Truth and Justice: Human Rights Today, Diversity, Ethics and Social Justice in the Context of Schooling, Investigating Everyday Problems and Their Current IT Solutions, What Should Government Do? Exploring the Interplay of Economics and Philosophy, Sexuality, Health and Human Rights, The United States and Iran Since World War II, France Under German Occupation: Collaboration, Resistance, Survival, Passive-Aggressive Behavior, Banned Books: An American Contradiction, Conflict Resolution Education: Handling Conflict Constructively, Exploring Mixed Identities, H.E.A.L.T.H.: How Environment, Access and Legislation Transform Health, Creativity, Innovation, and Invention, History under the Microscope, Learning About, With, and From Students with Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities, The Deaf Community and Its Culture, International Migrations and the National Debate, Poverty Amidst Plenty: The Economics of American Poverty, Life and Death in a Police State, Race, Science, and Society, Transformational Technologies, Imaginations and Expectations: Creating Contemporary Childhoods, Need for Fantasy
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