CHASS Connect: 2016 - 2017 Sequences

National Award Winning First Year Program

  • Learn how to do College
  • Explore the possibilities of an University education
  • Connect with other students
  • Fulfill 1 breadth requirement course each quarter
  • Voluntary – you chose to participate
  • No extra fee

Requirements

  • A desire to learn and succeed in college
  • A year-long commitment to the program
  • Attendance of Course lectures (twice a week), discussion sections (once a week), and a peer-led workshop (once a week)
  • Meet with faculty, teaching assistants, and peer mentors at least once a quarter
  • Four campus connected events per quarter: choose from academic lectures, dance and music concerts, plays, art exhibits, athletic events, wellness, professional developments

Best Practices

  • The program uses research to discover the best practices for student success and achievement.
  • Create opportunities for students to engage with faculty and campus to promote satisfaction, skills, persistence to graduation.
  • Connect students to resources for developing skills, expanding possibilities, fulfilling individual goals, and personal growth
BODIES OF KNOWLEDGE, KNOWLEDGE OF BODIES
In a world of ‘alternative facts,' how we obtain knowledge has come under attack. The Bodies
of Knowledge/Knowledge of Bodies sequence explores diverse sites of knowledge by examining
archives: collected material records of the past on paper or in other forms; the history of
undocumented: a history without papers; and the body as an archive through scarifications,
tattoos, and other markings. Throughout the year, you will explore the different archive(s) as
contested sites of knowledge production and consumption that are rooted in power relations.

 

Fall 2017

Winter 2018

Spring 2018

Schedule of Classes

Cluster Number:

- Lecture (4 units)

- Discussion

- Workshop (2 units)

Total Units: 6

Track A Block 1:

CHFY 001I-001 MW 2:10-3:30 PM

 

CHFY 001I-021 T 09:10-10:00 AM

 

CHFY 007-007 R 09:10-10:00 AM

Track A Block 2:

CHFY 001I-001 MW 02:10-3:00 PM

 

CHFY 001I-022 T 10:10-11:00 AM

 

CHFY 001I-008 R 10:10-11:00 AM

 

Track A Block 3:

CHFY 001I-001 MW 02:10-3:30 PM

 

CHFY 001I-023 T 11:10-12:00 PM

 

CHFY 007-009 R 11:10-12:00 PM

 

CHFY 002G

CHFY 007

Same Lecture,
Discussion, &
Workshop time
options as fall
quarter.

 

CHFY 003E

CHFY 007

Same Lecture,
Discussion, &
Workshop time
options as fall
quarter.

 

Requirement Fulfilled

History

Media & Cultural Studies

Anthropology

 

DEMOCRATIC ILLUSIONS
The United States believes itself to be a Democratic nation and that a Democracy provides the
best opportunities for the most people. Democratic Illusions seeks to understand the inherent
instability of Democracies through imagined post-apocalyptic worlds, by comparing the crisis of
democracy in both developing countries and wealthier countries, and by exploring the visual
representations of the United States as art is used to create or critique the mythology of our
democratic nation.

 

Fall 2017

Winter 2018

Spring 2018

Schedule of Classes

Cluster Number:

- Lecture (4 units)

- Discussion

- Workshop (2 units)

Total Units: 6

Track B Block 1:

CHFY 003K-00I MW 02:10-3:30 PM

 

CHFY 003K-02I T 10:10-11:00 AM

 

CHFY 007-010 R 10:10-11:00 AM

 

Track B Block 2:

CHFY 003K-001 MW 02:10-3:30 PM

 

CHFY 003K-022 T 11:10-12:00 PM

 

CHFY 007-011 R 11:10-12:00 PM

 

Track B Block 3:

CHFY 003K-001 MW 02:10-3:30 PM

 

CHFY 003K-023 T 12:10-01:00 PM

 

CHFY 007-0012 R 12:10-01:00 PM

 

CHFY 003G

CHFY 007

Same Lecture,
Discussion, &
Workshop time
options as fall
quarter.

 

CHFY 002J

CHFY 007

Same Lecture,
Discussion, &
Workshop time
options as fall
quarter.

 

Requirement Fulfilled

Gender & Sexuality Studies

Political Science

Art History


 

 

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