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Communication and Social Media

Professor: Dr.Kathyrn Hobson – Harrison 2101 – Th 3:30-6:00Communication is an ever-changing process in which you construct and respond to messages that are consistent with a communication purpose, audience, and context.  With social media having such a...

Civic Engagement and Comparative Political Protest

Professor Dr. Terry BeitzelFrom Black Lives Matter to the Tea Party to Indivisible movements, the role of an informed, organized, and active citizenry in promoting political and social change has never been more prominent. The fundamental human right to organize and...

Representing the World in Three Dimensions

Professor: Dr. Laura Taalman How can we best represent the world that we live in? On paper we are limited to two dimensions, but with today’s technology we can produce three-dimensional models and visualizations that provide more descriptive artifacts of our...

The Art & Cultural Heritage of Islam

Professor: Dr. Sarah BrooksWhy does preserving cultural heritage matter? How do enduring monuments define identity: personal, local, religious, cultural, and national? Can art create dialogue and understanding? Our course highlights the study of visual culture. It...

3D Printing-Creative Community

 Professor Daniel RobinsonIn this class, students will use 3D printing as a way to explore a variety of creative communities and to produce creative work that moves out of the studio and into the public sphere. Through hands-on making, reading, writing, and...