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Attributes Specific to Faculty: These faculty members went through the MCTRI. These faculty members transformed THEIR section of the course. These courses will have the MULT, MULP, or both labeled as attributes.

Attributes at the Course Level: The Chair of the Department and the Director for Diversity and Gender Studies met and reviewed this list. The CDGS Director suggested these courses should have the MULT attribute. It includes all courses that were deemed multicultural at the catalog level. Any time one of these courses are taught it receives the MULT attribute for all sections, regardless of who teaches it. 

 

On all lists there will be a designation of MULT, MULP, or both. The designation will be placed after the course name. MULT stands for the course having Multicultural Content. MULP stands for the course having a Multicultural Perspective. 

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  • Carol Dochen: US 1100 University Seminar (MULT & MULP)

    Debra Feakes: US 1100 University Seminar for Chemistry and Biochemistry                              Majors (MULT & MULP)

    Janet Hale: US 1100 University Seminar (MULT & MULP)

    Dana Holmes: US 1100 University Seminar (MULT & MULP)

    Peter Ingwersen: US 1100 University Seminar (MULT & MULP)

    Michael Nelson Miller(2019 Cohort): HON3397I A Cultural History of Mexico in the 20th Century (MULT & MULP)

    Mario Molina: US 1100 University Seminar (MULT & MULP)

    Erika K Nielson(2019 Cohort): US 1100 University Seminar (MULT & MULP), GNST 4300 Interdisciplinary Preparation (MULT & MULP), and GNST 4350 Interdisciplinary Project (MULT & MULP). 

    Michael Noll: US 1100 University Seminar (MULT & MULP)

    Stella Silva: US 1100 University Seminar (MULT & MULP)

    Sarah Uphoff: US 1100 University Seminar (MULT & MULP)

    Skyller Walkes: US 1100 University Seminar (MULT & MULP)

    Jonnie Wilson: US 1100 University Seminar (MULT & MULP)

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