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Communicating Science

This is a Nonresidential Learning Community, which has no residential requirement - students can live on or off-campus.

These Nonresidential Learning Communities link:


Communicating Science: Climate & Extinction

What is global warming? What relationship do we have with the world around us? What kind of relationship do we want to have? In Communicating Science: Climate & Extinction, students will develop a strong foundation for success at KU and beyond, while learning how to critically evaluate and effectively discuss the pressing issues that should be of concern to all of us as global citizens.


Communicating Science: The Natural World

Cells, communities, and ecosystems! Oh, my! In Communicating Science: Natural World, students will develop a strong foundation for success at KU and beyond, while learning how to sort out valid scientific information from all the information available and use that information to inform decisions, a skill important to all of us as global citizens.


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