Upper-Division

CLNI 105 Researching Food Sovereignty

Students engage in individual and collective research projects on transformational food systems in the United States and abroad. Readings look at the current global food system and grassroots responses to food and environmental crises.

Credits

5

Requirements

Enrollment is restricted to junior and senior College Nine and College Ten members during priority enrollment only.

CLNI 106 Israel and Palestine: Pathways to a Deeper Understanding

Explores, and seeks to provide a deeper understanding of, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict through materials and guest speakers that offer varying perspectives. Self-reflection and structured communication facilitate the positive exchange of ideas and views. Enrollment by permission of instructor.

Credits

2

CLNI 112A Model United Nations Part A: A Group Seminar

Introduces the Model United Nations. Students learn parliamentary procedure and U.N. protocols, as well as how to research and present position papers to the general assembly. Students learn resolution writing, alliance building, and persuasive speech. (Formerly course 112, Model United Nations: A Group Seminar)

Credits

2

Repeatable for credit

Yes

CLNI 112B Model United Nations Part B: International Crises

Students are assigned a country to represent in the U.N. Three international crises allow students to present position papers, make speeches, and debate the issues.

Credits

2

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): CLNI 112A.

Repeatable for credit

Yes

CLNI 115 Community Investing for Social Good: A Micro-finance Lab

Service-learning laboratory course that centers around investing by and in students to seed new social, economic, and environmental projects, ultimately aiming to build a campus culture of community investing to address needs linked to poverty and inequality.

Credits

2

CLNI 120 Practical Activism Conference Planning and Development

Offers an applied experience of collaborative planning, production, and leadership. Students plan workshops and other event components; conduct outreach and publicity; and address all aspects of educational event planning. Enrollment restricted to members of the spring volunteer Practical Activism planning group. Enrollment by permission of the instructor.

Credits

2

Instructor

Wendy Baxter

Repeatable for credit

Yes

General Education Code

PR-E

Quarter offered

Fall

CLNI 191 Teaching Global Action

Undergraduates at upper-division level participate in teaching discussion groups for College Nine 85 (W). Prerequisite(s): permission of instructor: essay describing interest in becoming course assistant, copies of evaluations, and letter of recommendation from faculty member and/or college staff member. Enrollment is restricted to College Nine juniors and seniors.

Credits

5

Instructor

Erin Ramsden

Quarter offered

Winter

CLNI 199 Tutorial

Individual directed study for upper-division college members with college-affiliated faculty. Students must submit petition with one of the college academic advisers with accompanying letter from faculty adviser. Approval of provost required. Enrollment is restricted to upper-division College Nine members.

Credits

5

Repeatable for credit

Yes

Quarter offered

Fall, Winter, Spring

CLNI 199F Tutorial

Individual directed study for upper-division college members with college-affiliated faculty. Students must submit petition with one of the college academic advisers with accompanying letter from faculty adviser. Approval of provost required. Enrollment is restricted to upper-division College Nine members.

Credits

2

Repeatable for credit

Yes

Quarter offered

Fall, Winter, Spring