The Learning and Living Seminar program is designed for first-year students who want to live with seminar classmates in the same residential area. Living in close proximity allows for intellectual discussions and collaborative learning to extend beyond the classroom, facilitating group assignments and projects, and promoting growth of community through daily interaction. Learning and Living seminars are a subset of the first-year seminar program. Three L&L seminars are being offered this fall:
- RELI 291 From Jerusalem to Ground Zero: Muslim, Jewish, Christian, Sioux, and Hindu Notions of Sacredness
- RELI391.0 Religion and the Social Construction of Race
- SISP125.01 TechnoPrisons: Corrections, Technology, and Society
Enthusiastic commitment is expected from students who enroll in L&L seminars since both housing and faculty advisor assignments will be based on the L&L seminar choice. If you wish to enroll in a L&L seminar, you must submit the Learning & Living Seminar Registration Form by 5:00pm on Thursday, June 30.