Are you a student interested in creating your own path? Are you a faculty member considering a new direction in your research or teaching? Are you a student interested in creating your own path? Are you a faculty member considering a new direction in your research or teaching?
- The intersection of race, class, gender — locally and globally
- Past and present implications of science and technology in societies
- Questions of globalization in relation in society, politics, and culture
- Dialogue across the arts, humanities, and STEM (science, technology and mathematics)
- Intellectual engagement with the ideals of service and social justice
- the student-designed majors and minors program
- an “incubator” for new interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary minors and majors. Majors such as International studies and the new minor in neuroscience are examples of such processes. CIS invites faculty to propose and pursue similar initiatives that explore the shared interests of faculty and students.
- CIS also brings innovative courses that are not offered by other departments into the College curriculum in support of its programs.