Global Diversity General Education Requirement

Participation in programs listed with a (G) designation below will automatically fulfill the Global Diversity general education requirement.  Students participating in a program that does not have a (G) designation below can use the regular petition process to have a particular course taken in their program to fulfill the Global Diversity requirement.  Students who wish to have their off-campus programs work applied toward general education requirements in a particular way should petition the Faculty Subcommittee on Administration with support from the relevant academic department before participation in the program.

Newberry Library Seminar in the Humanities

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Tags: Anthropology Art History Classics English Gender Studies History Linguistics Philosophy Religious Studies Ethnic Studies Global Studies

Based at the world-renowned Newberry Library in Chicago, this ACM program provides a powerful introduction to the art of pursuing original research. Students in the program attend interdisciplinary seminars taught by visiting professors and work with resident scholars and library staff to research and write a major research paper based on the Newberry's broad collections in the humanities.

Juniors or seniors interested in pursuing serious research in the Humanities are eligible.

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Important Details

Duration and Application Information:
Offering Duration: Semester
Offering Note: This program is only offered in Fall semester.

Direct admission is not available for this program.

Language(s) of Coursework:
Primary: English