Student-Originated Studies: Music

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This Student-Originated Studies (SOS) program is designed for students who already have completed prior work in music; it creates a space for more advanced independent work in the areas of music performance, ethnomusicology, music theory, ecomusicology, music history, music composition, and music therapy. Each student will develop a proposal -- including a personal syllabus with scheduled activities that include reading, listening, and practicing -- in the first week.

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Student-Originated Studies: Science Writing in the Public Forum

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From evolution to climate change, scientific discovery has often been followed by a battle for public opinion. This is no less true in the social media landscape of our digital age. Effective writing about scientific and/or environmental topics is more important than ever to informing the public, swaying lawmakers, or changing industry practices.

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Student-Originated Studies: Farmers of the Global Majority

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Although farmers of color have experienced historic dispossession from the land, in recent years, the number of these farmers has steadily been on the rise, challenging structural exclusion. We will study farms run by people from historically marginalized groups—people of color, queer folks, and women-- part of movements for social justice.

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