Spotlights

University Courses and the Johnson Museum Collaborate

University Courses instructors from four courses have collaborated with the Johnson Museum of Art to create interdisciplinary learning opportunities. Learn more

Eating Ethically

Joseph Erbentraut of the Huffington Post asks if there is any food that's totally ethical to eat. Learn more

Punk Culture Creates Anarchy in the Archives

Together with the University Library, Punk Culture Professors Peraino and McEnaney have created an anarchist archive detailing the growth of "punk." Learn more

Hilary Lemonick (Jr.) has published an op-ed in the Philadelphia Inquirer

Hilary Lemonick (Cornell Jr.) has published an op-ed in the Philadelphia Inquirer! As part of her work with Taking America's Pulse, Lemonick has written an op-ed encouraging "Millenials" to be more involved in this and upcoming elections. Learn more

Taking America's Pulse featured in Alumni Magazine

"How satisfied are you with your formal education? Which harms society more, marijuana or alcohol? Is it only acceptable to vote for a candidate from the political party with which you're registered? Is physician-assisted suicide equivalent to murder?" Learn more

Intro to Environmental Psych

"I redesigned my room because of this class and make day-to-day observations related to this class so thank you!" Learn more

Indigenous Ingenuity

This course embodied [interdisciplinarity] more than anything. We not only heard from professors of diverse disciplinary perspectives sure how as history, art, law, and Archaeology. Learn more

Humans and Climate Change

"Discussions made me feel more engaged, because I got to hear a variety of different views and occasionally give my own view. The final presentation made me feel more engaged because I got to present about the contribution I had made to the project and how it could potentially help solve the problem of global warming." (Humans and Climate Change) Learn more

Science Fiction

"I got to understand each text from the perspective of an English major, a chemistry major, an engineer and many more. This allowed me to work with the text more and grasp more fully every aspect." (Science Fiction) Learn more

Plagues and People

“I don't think it's fair to talk about Plagues and People compared to other classes I've taken - I've taken a lot of classes I loved, and that was because I wanted to, not solely because of a requirement." Learn more

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