HFA Connect RAP is an opportunity for students who are entering declared in any HFA (College of Humanities & Fine Arts) major or undeclared in the Humanities & Fine Arts Exploratory Track to live together and have their collegiate first-year seminar taught in the residential area.
In this one-credit RAP seminar students will participate in stimulating discussions and collaborative learning projects.
Students will enroll together in the following 1-credit seminar:
Read what instructor Bob Williams has to say about the RAP seminar:
A century ago WEB Du Bois wrote one of the most important books on race in the American canon, The Souls of Black Folk. This book was written to educate Americans on the reality of race in our country in order that we could begin a process of cultural evolution - one that would transform our country to a nation that would be able to process this reality. As the continued impoverishment of, and violence against, African American, Latino, and Native American people has demonstrated, this work is still ongoing.
This seminar exists as a contribution to the Du Boisian mission. To this end, in this one-credit seminar:
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