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Hacking your brain for life

In this first-year class, students learn about college life, neuro-engineering and how science can change the way people experience the world.

March 10, 2022

Existential loneliness and intrinsic hope

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change recently released a report that demonstrates the consequences of inaction. In this podcast, Dr. Jennifer Atkinson, along with author Sarah Jaquette Ray, discusses how we can get into ever-better relationship with each other and the Earth.

March 3, 2022

Teaching the history of pandemics while living through one

Dr. Stefanie Iverson Cabral teaches Disease, Human History, Society & Civilization, a course that examines the implications infectious diseases have had on our society and the way we live — and how they have altered the course of history

March 3, 2022

See the person, not the disability

Dr. Mo West, associate teaching professor in the School of Nursing & Health Studies, teaches a Discovery Core class on critical disability studies — a growing, multi-disciplinary field that investigates, critiques and enhances Western society’s understanding of disability.

March 2, 2022