The twenty-first century requires us no longer to be simply citizens of our own countries but also citizens of the world.
In this learning community you will adopt a country to study in depth, work on a real global problem via technology with peers at a university overseas, and work on environmental problems facing our planet.
You will also have the opportunity to travel to Toronto in October and possibly to another overseas destination in January. You are encouraged to apply for a passport (or at least an enhanced driver's license) before coming to campus!
GES 223 – Environmental Earth Science
Dr. Elisa Bergslien - Earth Sciences and Science Education Department
GST 200 – Introduction to Global Studies
Dr. Bill Raffel, Communication Department
BSC 101 – Foundations of Inquiry
Dr. LeeAnn Grace, University College
CWP 101 – College Writing I
Prof. Rachel Griffo
UNC 101 – Integrated Hour
Team taught by all instructors
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