- Ethnic Literature
- Medieval and Renaissance Worlds in Literature
- Introduction to Poetry
- Introduction to Fiction
- Introduction to Drama
- Literature in Translation: Escape from the Abyss -- Soviet and Post-Soviet Russian Literature in Translation
- Creative Writing: Fiction and Nonfiction
- British Literature I
- Theatre: Greek—Elizabethan
- Management Communication: Written
- African American Literature
- Cultural Rhetorics
- Visual Culture
- Shakespeare I
- Film & Literature: Mediating Jane Austen
- The Pre-Raphaelites
- Gothic: The Architecture of Horror
- Literature and Science and the Idea of Truth
Get Ready, Get Set, GO! Advisement for Fall 2014 begins March 19-28
It's time to think about Fall 2014! Make an appointment with your academic advisor to ensure you’re advised into the proper courses.
Registration Dates (opens at 12:00 AM on each respective date):
· Graduate Students and Seniors: March 31
· Junior Students: April 1
· Sophomore Students: April 2
· First Year Students: April 3
The web schedule is up and running for fall, as well as a tentative spring schedule for those who desire to plan the whole year!
Academic Advisement resources may be found under the Resources link on the COR page. Students will be able to locate the web schedule, degree audits, and academic advisement manual (where schemas for all of the majors can be found) there. Faculty advisors will be able to look up students’ transfer credits, their list of advisees, and those advisees’ alt pins and time tickets.
Thursday, March 20, 2014
- Great Ideas of Science
- Women and Religion
- Storytelling with Data: Descriptive Statistics
- Testing Patterns with Data: Informative Statistics
- The Gospel of John
- The Wall Comes Down (25th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall)
- Visual Culture
- Social Issues and Social Change
- Evolution Today
- Great Ideas of Literature, Science, and Truth
- Gothic, the Architecture of Horror
- Wealth and Poverty
Tuesday, March 18, 2014
To set up an appointment, visit www.css.edu/cas.xml, and select the "request a tutor" link. You can also just walk in when the tutor for the subject you need is holding office hours. Be sure to refer to the schedule in each case.
Take Advantage of the Center for Academic Success (CAS) -- An Excellent Resource For Your Academic Needs!
The Tutoring Center in Tower 2129 offers students assistance in these ways:
Friday, October 18, 2013
The Office of Diversity and Inclusion and Student Affairs is sponsoring a new program starting this fall.
SWK 3777: Understanding Systems of Privilege and Oppression
Instructor: Kevin Skwira-Brown
This course provides students with an understanding of privilege and oppression using the vehicles of race and class. It grounds our various experiences with privilege and oppression through an understanding of the systems designed in the United States that have created the inequity experienced today. It connects these systems to our individual and collective socialization so that one may examine how they have been impacted by such systems and how they may experience and/or perpetuate inequity today. This course will examine the internal and external, individual and systemic supports for inequity and provide a framework for deconstructing, dismantling and resisting those systems of oppression, individually and collectively.
Instructor: Shawn Olesewski
Days and Times Arranged
Students participate in variety of outdoor pursuits. These experiences are designed to place students in a unique environment where they can learn how to safely and respectfully explore and grow through experiential learning.
Wednesday, October 16, 2013
GCL 2201: Peaceful Resolution of International Conflict
Instructor: Thomas Morgan
Examination of international armed conflict as an historical and cultural phenomenon. An emphasis is placed on causes of international armed conflict. Conventional (and unconventional) approaches to international conflict resolution are covered. Discussion of contemporary issues is included.
Monday, October 14, 2013
Keep in mind that both semesters of Organic Chemistry will not be offered this summer, just the second one.
Contact Dr. Trygstad or Dr. Beard if you have any questions about prerequisites etc.
Friday, October 11, 2013
When Arthur Conan Doyle created the character of Sherlock Holmes in 1887, he created a figure that would capture not only the imagination of his Victorian reading public but also the fascination of readers around the globe for decades to come. In this course, we will examine both the figure and the fascination, first by reading the Holmes stories themselves and then by examining various 20th- and 21st-century adaptations in multiple media.