Letters & Science 1: Research, Discovery, and You is a course intended for new students in the College of Letters & Science. Its broad purpose is to introduce students to different ways of thinking about knowledge production as practiced across L&S. Students will attend faculty forums where faculty across L&S discuss their work, methods, and creative process. These faculty forums will be open to our campus community. Students will then come together in discussion section to analyze how different types of scholarship construct and support their claims. In addition, students will learn how to support the health and well-being of themselves and others. Course requirements include attendance and participation, short weekly written reflections, and participation at an undergraduate research symposium.
Questions about the course? Contact Aileen Liu.