Students and professors from universities in six countries interact to examine and discuss interrelationships among social, economic, and environmental factors basic to sustainable development. This multidisciplinary course uses fully interactive technology, including live videoconferences, interactive online labs, and educational course platforms.
- Teacher: Jane Yeomans
ING607 is an intensive writing course covers the basics of writing grant proposals. It is designed for students who have placed into the Advanced level of English. Students should expect to obtain helpful information and strategies for writing and submitting proposals and be exposed to resources for grant funding.
- Teacher: Nichole McVeigh
Public Speaking focuses on the basic elements of oral communication--content, organization, appropriate language, delivery, active listening--required to speak effectively when engaged in giving different types of presentations (extemporaneous, informative, and argumentative) on topics both related and unrelated to the field of agronomy. In addition to the formal presentations, you will have numerous opportunities to improve your speaking and listening abilities via classroom activities conducted in interpersonal, small group, and large group contexts that will simultaneously assist in the development of your cultural knowledge and sensitivity.
- Teacher: Kent D. McLeod