UCS 38000 SEM: (4 credits)

Students will address significant and pressing questions and problems that concretely confront out communities, nation, and world. Two faculty from different disciplinary perspectives will prepare students and structure their engagement in facing a representative urgent challenge using project-based learning which allows students to work in teams to examine dimensions of a problem and propose solutions.  This course is normally taken in the junior year. Success in the First-Year Program or the Addressing Urgent Challenges Seminar will be an important foundation for succeeding in the Urgent Challenges Seminar.