Ethical Issues in Health and Medicine
The course will feature the faculty produced documentary "The Anthrax Diaries" and a set of video interviews collected as part of a research project on bio-weapons and the ethics of research. Learn more
Intro to Global Health Students Treated to Expert Panel on the HIV / AIDS Epidemic
Dr. Roy Gulick, Chief of the Division of Infection Diseases at Weill Cornell Medical College gave a guest lecture on HIV / AIDS and its impact in the United States. Learn more
University Courses at Cornell are designed to teach students to think from the perspectives of multiple disciplines, across departments and among diverse fields of study. University Courses foster intellectual discovery, promote debate, and address complex issues. Students taking University Courses enroll alongside students from across the university and examine engaging subjects through new and different lenses.
Most University Courses are team taught, many by faculty from different departments. The fourteen courses supported by the program in 2013-14 are taught by twenty-five faculty members from nineteen departments. The courses themselves are listed in the following departments and programs:
|Biology and Society||Cognitive Studies|
|Computer Science||Design and Environmental Analysis|
|Earth and Atmospheric Science||Ecology and Evolutionary Biology|
|Human Development||Industrial and Labor Relations|
|Information Science||Molecular Biology and Genetics|
|Music||Neurobiology and Behavior|
|Science and Technology Studies||Sociology|
Faculty interested in proposing a University Course should consult the Call for Proposals.
Ethical Issues in Health and Medicine (Spring 2013)
"The emphasis on application was great. You had to work through how to solve the problem in a direct way." Learn more
In the News
Witness students' creativity and hardwork in a collection of their Art of Horticulture final projects.
CALS features gallery of student work in Art of Horticulture class. December 8, 2013.