Global Cornerstone Seminar Proposals Due Jan. 4
November 30, 2020
Cornerstone Seminar class proposals are being sought for incoming, first time, traditional age freshman for Fall 2021.
The Global Cornerstone Seminar is the first course in the Global Citizenship Program of undergraduate general education. The seminars provide students with an interdisciplinary academic experience. These seminars emphasize the skills of integrative learning, critical thinking, written and oral communication.
Global Cornerstone Learning Outcomes for Fall 2021
Please design the seminars with respect to the learning outcomes:
- Communicate a purposeful oral presentation designed to foster understanding, and to promote discussion and debate among listeners.
- Communicate ideas, opinions, and information through writing assignments.
- Analyze and evaluate their own and others’ assumptions and use evidence effectively in making an argument.
- Integrate learning by synthesizing information across different disciplinary perspectives and life and experiences.
- Demonstrate knowledge of the curricular goals for the GCP six Knowledge Areas, five
Skill Competencies and a Global Keystone Seminar
in relationship to their disciplines, academic interests and life plans.
- Describe how to access and use key campus resources, such as counseling, health services, career services, student leadership development, library and academic resources and student activities.
Submit a Proposal
Click here to submit a proposal. The deadline for submissions is Monday, Jan. 4, 2021.
Should you encounter any problems with the proposal link, please email Carole Tucker, Cornerstone Seminar director, at firstname.lastname@example.org and indicate your interest in teaching a seminar. More information will be sent to you.