SSC Student Activities Support

The Science Support Center works with Student Activities to support science related requests.

  • You must be a Registered Student Organization
  • You must have a Student Activities advisor
  • You must meet with your advisor to talk about your request

When you meet with your advisor you will fill out the

Cycle Makers and Cycle Breakers: Transitional Studies

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This upper division program will examine cyclical patterns across a wide spectrum, ranging from the existence of these patterns in the natural world to their presence in human activities and institutions. We will emphasize creation of new cycles that facilitate social justice practices, in local to global contexts. We will further explore how businesses founded on tenets of cooperative social entrepreneurship can address issues of social justice and be a force for positive social change. 

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Spring Thesis Presentations!

A MES student presents their thesis research

On Tuesday, May 21, students from the Master of Environmental Studies program will begin spring thesis presentations. Students present their thesis research each quarter of the academic year, however, the critical mass of students shares their research findings in a public presentation in May, just a few weeks before they submit their final written document, and participate in graduation.

Indigenous Education/Child Welfare: Laws, Policies, Lived Experience

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This program prepares learners to work effectively in institutions that have historically viewed Indians and their cultures as deficient and tried to force them into the mainstream.  Learners will research the laws and policies of Indian Education and Indian Child Welfare in North America from treaty time to present and select a topic for in depth coverage.

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Image Supremacy: On Modern Mannerism

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This program will ask students to seek out the ways in which modern image-making define and defy us. Photographs in the twenty-first century hold an exceptionally strong place in the ways we see ourselves and others - yet few means of representation offer the same amount of Mannerist exaggeration as the modern photographic process. 

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