COLL 300 directly connects students with people, places, and ideas that enhance their comprehension of different ways of thinking and being in the world. Students synthesize their knowledge, their emerging expertise in framing questions for analysis, and their communication skills to engage global issues in a self-reflective, cross-cultural way.
The CLA supports faculty in the design and implementation of Campus COLL 300 courses (C30C attribute). In addition to our course proposal workshops (check out our events calendar), we offer financial support for bring visitors into the classroom.
After the 2021 revision, faculty may apply for a permanent C300 attribute. EPC requires the inclusion of two engagements with outside visitors. The CLA supports these engagements - which can be virtual or a physical visit to campus - financially and logistically. If you have questions about funding levels, available support, or how to start the proposal process, please reach out to [[stmorris, Sharon Morris]].