Have you ever wondered about the history behind the ideas you learned in your engineering classes? Or would you like to think more about the social impact of technological advances?
Do you want to know more about the cultures and career opportunities of Latin American countries where you might use your technical skills?
Do you want to use your communication skills to help people understand science and technology?
Are you interested in participating in study abroad, Engineers Without Borders, or Miner Challenge in Latin America, but don’t know where to start?
If the answer is yes to any of these questions, then you should consider taking a set of four related courses that bring together the humanities and technical fields around themes related to sustainability and environmental projects in Latin America.
Fall 2017 – History 3001 – History of Science & Technology in Latin America
Dr. Kathleen Sheppard
Spring 2018 – English 3001 – Sustainable Foods in Latin American Literature
Dr. Kathryn Dolan
Fall 2018 – Technical Communication 3001/5001 – Sustainability as Trope and Theme in Latin
Dr. Kathryn Northcut
Spring 2019 – Spanish 2161 – Contemporary Latin America
Dr. Jorge Porcel