The Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies, one of the few interdisciplinary colleges in the nation, provides Grand Valley and the community with experiences, expertise, and programming that deepens our understanding of the world around us. The College does this through its innovative curriculum and by providing students with high-impact learning experiences like service learning projects, study abroad opportunities, internships, living and learning communities, and intensive writing and research opportunities.
Hear award-winning faculty in Brooks College talk about their best assignments, classroom activities, and pedagogical techniques. Panelists include: Craig Benjamin (Niemeyer Award winner); David Eick...
Kristina S. Vassil, visiting assistant professor of Japanese, lectures on family, nation, empire in pre-war Japanese migrant literature. LIB 100/ 201 approved.
Dia de los Muertos! Mexican Artist, Rali Mancera will build the altar. Students can bring a picture of a loved one who has passed away to place on the altar.