INTER-LS 101 — FIRST-YEAR SEMINAR IN THE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

3 credits.

Interdisciplinary course for first-year students. Topic will vary with instructor and will be announced in the Timetable. Enrollment limited.

INTER-LS 102 — FIRST-YEAR SEMINAR IN THE HUMANITIES

3 credits.

Interdisciplinary course for first-year students. Topic will vary with instructor and will be announced in the Timetable. Enrollment limited.

INTER-LS 103 — FIRST-YEAR SEMINAR IN LITERATURE

3 credits.

Interdisciplinary course for first-year students. Topic will vary with instructor and will be announced in the Timetable. Enrollment limited.

INTER-LS 104 — FIRST-YEAR SEMINAR IN THE NATURAL SCIENCES

3 credits.

Interdisciplinary course for first-year students. Topic will vary with instructor and will be announced in the Timetable. Enrollment limited.

INTER-LS 106 — FIRST-YEAR SEMINAR IN THE SOCIAL SCIENCES

3 credits.

Interdisciplinary course for first-year students. Topic will vary with instructor and will be announced in the Timetable. Enrollment limited.

INTER-LS 107 — FIRST-YEAR SEMINAR IN THE SOCIAL SCIENCES AND NATURAL SCIENCES

3 credits.

Interdisciplinary course for first-year students. Topic will vary with instructor and will be announced in the Timetable. Enrollment limited.

INTER-LS 110 — FIRST-YEAR SEMINAR IN THE HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES

3 credits.

Interdisciplinary course for first-year students. Topic will vary with instructor and will be announced in the Timetable. Enrollment limited.

INTER-LS 118 — FIRST-YEAR SEMINAR IN THE SOCIAL SCIENCES, ETHNIC STUDIES

3 credits.

Interdisciplinary course for first-year students. Topic will vary with instructor and will be announced in the Timetable. Enrollment limited.

INTER-LS 121 — APPROACHES TO CRITICAL THINKING AND WRITING

3 credits.

INTER-LS/​INTER-AG  152 — WAYS OF KNOWING: MEDICINE AND SOCIETY

1 credit.

Sophomores are exposed to a variety of scholarly topics on subjects dealing with medicine and society by campus-wide faculty. Discussions led by faculty who are primary care practitioners. Students are encouraged to explore the possibility of a research experience in their degree program.

INTER-LS 180 — FIRST-YEAR HONORS INTERDISCIPLINARY SEMINAR: DIVERSITY DIALOGUES

1 credit.

This course is a first-year honors topics seminar designed to engage students in interdisciplinary learning and build an honors student community, examining one topic through the three breadth areas of study: natural science, social science, and humanities. Open to Fr

INTER-LS 185 — HONORS INTERDISCIPLINARY READING COURSE

2-3 credits.

This preparation course provides the necessary intensive reading as a companion course to participation in specific study-abroad LS honors programs. Students who complete both courses will be awarded six honors credits. Open to Fr

INTER-LS 210 — L&S CAREER DEVELOPMENT: TAKING INITIATIVE

1 credit.

Interdisciplinary course in career development that connects the liberal arts and sciences degree to academic and career preparation, practical job skills, goal-setting, critical thinking and reflection. Designed for second year students, but open to all students.

INTER-LS 220 — WINDOWS ON THE WORLD

3 credits.

Offered only in the summer session, "Windows on the World" provides an interdisciplinary introduction to the culture, history, politics and economics, arts and social issues of the world area which is its focus. Cons inst

INTER-LS/​INTER-AG  250 — UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

1-3 credits.

Participation in research or creative endeavor led by faculty or instructional staff and in undergraduate Research Scholars Program. This course may also include participation in research discussion groups, critiques of readings, and preparation of written or oral reports.

INTER-LS 260 — INTERNSHIP IN THE LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES

1 credit.

Enables students with outside internships to earn academic credit connected to their work experience, regardless of their major. Using online tools, students collaboratively analyze and discuss their internships with respect to the goals of a liberal arts and sciences education.

INTER-LS 315 — PARADIGMS AND PROCESS IN ACADEMIC INQUIRY

2 credits.

Designed specifically for the research fellow, this course offers a structure for thinking about research that avoids reducing research to a single mode of thought and practice, and is thus inclusive of the range of approaches to research reflected in INTER-LS/​INTER-AG  250. Will address specific topics that relate to the day-to-day activities of doing research, and addresses issues of what does it mean to think like a researcher, to act like a researcher, to talk like a researcher?

INTER-LS 700 — PUBLIC HUMANITIES: THEORIES, METHODS, CASES

3 credits.

The aim of this course is to introduce graduate students to a range of methods, theories, and cases that represent the emerging field of the public humanities and to prepare graduate students to explore the range of opportunities that exist for them outside of academia. Students in the seminar will be expected to read, practice, and experiment. The course will focus on the limits, audiences, and outcomes of research in the humanities, including the possibility of translational research. The final project will involve the design and in some cases implementation of a project based upon your scholarly research. Students will undertake out-of-classroom projects and exercises in addition to reading.

INTER-LS 701 — TOPICS: GRADUATE STUDENTS INTERESTED IN TEACHING

1-3 credits.

Exposes graduate students to current pedagogical topics in interdisciplinary or broad disciplinary areas. Assists those who aspire to college teaching careers acquire skills they will use in their own classrooms, as well as in any teaching assignments on this campus.