Feb 06, 2023  
Academic Catalog 2021-2022 
    
Academic Catalog 2021-2022 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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HUM 300 - Mentoring in the Humanities


4 credit(s)
Each student serves as a mentor in one section of HUM 100 , the required First-Year Seminar course. Mentors attend all HUM 100  classes and co-curricular events and complete all of the readings. They do not take exams, write papers, or participate in the evaluation of students in HUM 100 . The mentor is to act as a peer in helping first-year students make the transition from high school to college. They hold study sessions and help with note taking, writing assignments, and the development of proper study skills. They work closely with faculty in developing the means to good mentoring in their section of HUM 100 . They meet with the First-Year Seminar Coordinator one hour each week to review their work and to discuss pedagogical issues associated with teaching the humanities. Mentors are selected by an application process in the spring. Instructor’s consent required. Pass/No Pass.
Offered: Offered Fall semester.

Core Requirement(s): Does not meet Humanities core requirement.



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