HONR 1300 Breadth American Institutions
Section 001, CRN 14555, 3 credits
Dr. Michael Lyons, MWF 3:00-3:50 pm, MAIN 304
HONR 1320 Breadth Humanities
Section 001, CRN 14556, 3 credits
Dr. Norman Jones, T 3:00-6:00 pm, MAIN 227
HONR 1330 Breadth Creative Arts
Section 001, CRN 12008, 3 credits
Dr. David Wall, MF 11:30-12:45, FL 115
This course is designed as an introduction to the creative arts. In covering a broad range of creative arts, from visual art to music to cinema to drama, we will both uncover the profound connections between disparate creative forms and familiarize ourselves with the principal properties and characteristics unique to each. As we go through the process of understanding the arts as products of their historical and cultural moments, we will also reveal the equally profound connection between the politics and poetics of creative forms. In view of this, some of the key questions to which we shall repeatedly address our work and conversations are:
- What is art?
- What is culture?
- How are values embedded in culture?
HONR 3020 Rock and Roll and Social Change
Section 001, CRN 18442, 3 credits
Dr. James Bankhead, TBA
Stay tuned...course description coming soon
HONR 3900 Thesis Preparation
Section 002, CRN 14557, 1 credits
Pamela Martin, Kacy Lundstrom, & Becky Thoms, M 4:30-6:00 pm, LIB 122
BIOL 1620(H) Biology Laboratory
Section 526, CRN 10539, 0 credits
Dr. James Pitts, W 11:30-2:20 pm, BNR 124
This Honors lab section of Biology 1620 provides opportunities for motivated students to read and discuss current papers, propose studies based on these readings, and to provide the introduction and context of at least one lab during the semester. Honors lab provides a rich intellectual environment by pairing a peer group of bright, academically engaged students and the best Biology lab instructors. Labs done by standard laboratory sections serve as the platform for the course with the Honors lab-specific activities enriching the experience.
ENGL 2010H, Intermediate Writing for Honors (CL2)*
This class will focus on research and persuasive writing, using
library and internet research, and appropriate documentation. Students
will evaluate sources, collaborate with classmates, and participate in
peer review of each other's writing. Writing assignments will be
augmented by topical and provocative readings. Students will be expected
to participate in class discussions and to think carefully about the
reading and writing assignments.
This is not a passive class! Students will write several papers related to their research interests. Through this class, students should develop their own writing style and voice, and learn to integrate that voice with what others (often authorities) have to say about the subject. It is hoped that students will leave the class stronger readers, writers, and thinkers, with a good idea of the areas on which they can build in the future.
*Prerequisite: Completion of ENGL 1010 or AP score of 3 or ACT score of 29.
Section 066, CRN 11526, 3 Credits
Susan Andersen, TR 10:30-11:45, FL 109
Section 067, CRN 11579, 3 Credits
John Engler, TR 10:30-11:45, LIB 405
Section 068, CRN 11580, 3 Credits
Dustin Crawford, TR 12:00 - 1:15, LIB 405
MATH 2210 (H) Multivariable Calculus for Honors (QI)
Section 009, CRN 40115, 4 credits
Dr. Lawrence Cannon, MTWF 10:30-11:20 am, MAIN 006