We will read book excerpts, primary literature, and use first-hand experiences to examine the origins of life and species, major transitions in earth history, and evolutionary relationships that unite all life on earth. These topics will provide a foundation for critical examination of salient issues such as climate change, biodiversity, and the relationship between humans and other life on earth. This course includes an integrated laboratory/ experiential learning component. (Interdisciplinary science course)


CTI 150 or Identity and Society is an introductory course in how to interact with others through the creation and perception of personal identities. Students will reflect on how they enact their own ideological, cultural, and contextual assumptions regarding their relational perceptions of self and others, while learning how to engage in constructive, authentic communication.


CTI 150 or Identity and Society is an introductory course in how to interact with others through the creation and perception of personal identities. Students will reflect on how they enact their own ideological, cultural, and contextual assumptions regarding their relational perceptions of self and others, while learning how to engage in constructive, authentic communication.


This is a Moodle for the Faculty working in the Core Curriculum.  You can find materials for assessment, workshops, and teaching.

This is the Moodle site to support the faculty team developing CTI 150, "Identity & Society."

Site to continue discussion of SS assessment