This first-year writing seminar introduces students to the many ways queer lives and theories challenge normative conceptions of linear time.
This psychology course examines new initiatives in the field aimed at enhancing transparency, reproducibility, replicability, accessibility, and inclusiveness as well as their implications for improving psychological science.
The annual celebration in the KINSC has once again turned the campus’ science building into book-, movie-, and videogame-themed wonderlands in honor of the holiday.
This observational astronomy course makes use of the telescopes we have on campus, including a 16-inch Schmidt-Cassegrain, and includes a field trip to the Green Bank Observatory in West Virginia to do some radio astronomy.
This philosophy course addresses questions such as,“What is technology?” “Do we control technological innovation or does technology in some sense control us?” and “Does our entanglement in a technological world hinder or help us in communicating with one another?”