“Thinking Spatially in the Arts and Sciences”
(1 credit, offered Winter Quarter only)Freshman Seminar Agenda 2017
- Explore spatial reasoning for problem solving (sciences), creative expression (arts), and interpretation (humanities)
- Learn how statistics, graphs, maps, and virtual reality aid learning, analysis,
data visualization, discovery/solutions to socio‐environmental problems, and
- Arts, humanities, social and natural sciences, and engineering faculty
illustrate spatial tools to integrate knowledge across disciplines
Each class is taught by an instructor from a different department, showing the broad range of applications of spatial analysis in each field of study.