Nature and Society questions the relationship between the natural world and Europe's sprawling industrial lands. The course focuses on the history of Scientific Revolution, industrialization, and popular culture from Renaissance to present day.
Genetics focuses on the basic principles of genetics with an emphasis on concepts and techniques used in contemporary molecular-genetic research.
Modern Architecture explores the realm of North American and European architectural design from the late 19th century to the early 21st century. In addition to emphasizing prominent figures in the field, the course focuses on theories and major architectural movements.
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GlobeMed is a student organization that is dedicated to increasing the visibility and awareness of global health issues with the goal of improving health disparities around the world. GlobeMed at Colorado College is partnered with Western Organization of People Living with HIV/AIDS in Western Kenya to improve the health of vulnerable communities. We invite all members of the CC community to engage in debate, advocacy and service in the issues of global health, health of underserved populations in the United States, humanitarian relief, international development, and health policy.