Classes

    LPCE 101. StudioLab on Creativity and Entrepreneurship

    Semester: 

    Fall
    • Professor: Alain Viel
    • Term: Fall
    • Day: M, W
    • Time: 10:30-11:45 AM
    • School: Faculty of Arts and Sciences
    • Course ID: 218290

    Will our new normal be a diminished or unimproved version of reality that simply happens to us, or can we enact change to create a “better normal”?

    LPCE 101 pursues the creation of a “better normal.” Using an interdisciplinary exploration of the liberal arts, you will develop and apply transformative ideas to tackle today’s societal challenges, such as racial...

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    GENED 1068. The United States and China

    Semester: 

    Spring
    • Professor: William Kirby
    • Term: Spring
    • Day: T, Th
    • Time: 9:00-10:15AM
    • School: Faculty of Arts and Sciences
    • Course ID: 217632
    • Subject Area: General Education

    The United States and China are global economic and military powers. They have a rich history of commerce, friendship, alliance, and antagonism. Both countries have been shaped and re-shaped by the nature of their mutual relations. Their relationship is in crisis, the outcome of which will do much to define the...

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