Identify, explain, and analyze global themes, processes and systems Demonstrate knowledge and skills essential for global engagement Critically examine the relationship between dominant and marginalized cultures, subcultures or group Communicate effectively through writing and speaking, especially across cultural or linguistic differences Recognize, analyze and evaluate arguments Articulate and appraise problems and solutions from multiple perspectives, … Continue reading Summit Learning Objectives
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In our world, which is stratified so deeply by race, class, and gender, life experiences can vary widely based on one’s social location. Some experience a stable social location, for instance a cis-person who adheres to gender stereotypes will consistently be read as and treated as their assigned gender. Similarly a white person … Continue reading Reflection: Matrix of Domination →
See “Coursework” – “Art History” – “Art History Learning Outcomes” for Major Learning Outcomes.
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Summit Learning Outcomes (6): IDENTIFY, EXPLAIN AND ANALYZE GLOBAL THEMES PROCESSES AND SYSTEMS IDENTIFY AND ASSESS ONE’S OWN VALUES, INTERESTS AND ABILITIES COMMUNICATE EFFECTIVELY THROUGH WRITING AND SPEAKING, ESPECIALLY ACROSS CULTURAL AND LINGUISTIC DIFFERENCES BEING AND BECOMING AN ACTIVE AND ATTENTIVE LISTENER RECOGNIZE, ANALYZE AND EMPLOY EFFECTIVE TEAMWORK PRACTICE OR INTERPRETCREATIVE EXPRESSION Major Outcomes(2): Understand the processes by which knowledge about organizations is produced; Understand how the… Read More
The mere act of writing is a subversive action. Whether it is writing that critiques the political environment, the social strata, or the reimagining of a better world, writing challenges the conceptions and notions of the people reading it. Poetry, in the shortness of its length and the frugality of the author’s words, is an…