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An interdisciplinary approach to complex issues facing us today
Summer Session II – Six Weeks
Class Number - 2556
July 6th – August 14th
Mondays, 1:00 – 4:10 PM
critical challenges of our time involve a tangle of disciplines: from
pollution to crime, cancer to climate change. Tackling those problems
requires knowing how to effectively integrate different areas of
“Ways of Knowing” provides
interesting, fun and wide-ranging experiences in constructing
big-picture analysis of the important issues facing us today. Using
real-world examples, you’ll practice creative thinking and problem
solving by learning how to integrate complex information across multiple
disciplines. It helps students transform the way they think, learn and
Professor and philosopher Jim Thomas, who was previously featured in the Baltimore Sun as “one
of the most popular college instructors in the nation” teaches the
summer course. He is known for “pushing students to laugh and think”
and INDS 330 will be no exception.
- Develop critical thinking & problem solving skills
- Integrate and analyze compelling cross-disciplinary issues
- Transform how you think, learn, and write
- Fulfills upper level GEP writing intensive requirement
- Hybrid course - reduced in-person class time with a portion offered online
delight, communal participation, peace and love of our City.
For all official Kinetic Sculpture Race updates follow: KineticBaltimore.com.
We’ll give give more race details as we have them.
Thank you for your continued Race participation, dedication, understanding and support."
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Andres Camacho and Jack Neumeier,
True Greens: Creating a
Community-Based Food System
Donnellan, Poster Presentation
Eating Habits of College Students at
Chana Honick, Poster Presentation
Art Installations as a Means of
Increasing Scientific Awareness: The Haber Process” “A Portable Detection
Platform for Hypochlorite via Chemiluminescence
Maniraj Jeyaraju, Poster
Understanding Physicians' Perspectives
Yoo-Jin Kang, Oral Presentation
Perspectives on Romantic Relationships and Violence
Kinetic Sculpture Race Team: Jack
Neumeier, Stephen Moore, Jasper Dudley, Mai Huynh, Andres Camacho, Andrew
Starck, Heather Mortimer, Nandit Shah, Gabriel Margarida, Markus Proctor, Rob
Ford, Kirby Kelbaugh, Vijay Raju
Himadri Patel, Poster Presentation
Differences in the Relationship Between Anxiety and the Function of Endogenous
Pain Inhibitory Systems
A Free Multifaith Peace, Justice and Earthcare Program for Young Adults
June 1 – July 23, 2015
Includes the celebration of Ramadan
The Stony Point Summer Institute is seeking Jewish, Christian and Muslim young adults, ages 19-29, who are grounded in their religious traditions, serious about spirituality and the state of the planet, excited by social activism in a multi-religious context, and open to living and learning in an intentional community setting.
Rolling admissions. For more information, or to apply online, visit: