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  • First Year Seminars are small courses designed to aid first-years' transition to college-level work, allowing them to build relationships with a faculty member and other first-year students.
  • Sophomore Seminars are small courses designed to help sophomores develop knowledge, skills and methods they need to progress toward more advanced learning in a field. Many focus on issues of identity, difference, and systems of power.
  • Writing - Designated Courses satisfy the University writing requirement; students receive substantive feedback on their prose that they may apply to revisions of an assignment or to subsequent assignments.
  • DIAP Courses on Race, Gender, Inequality examine issues of structural inequality, racial formations and/or disparities, and broader systems of power.
  • Community-Based Learning and Research (CBLR) courses require students to collaborate with one or more community partners to investigate an important social challenge or problem.