- Existence: 1951-
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: AC 0546
Overview The Core Curriculum Diversity Committee was established in 1993 by the Core Curriculum Board to make recommendations for increasing diversity of course content in the university's core curriculum. The aim of the committee is to increase student understanding of and appreciation for non-western cultures and excluded groups within western culture. The committee intends the diversity courses to complement the current core curriculum requirements, including the western traditions (core humanities)...
Identifier: AC 0515
Overview The Center for Holocaust, Genocide and Peace Studies was established in 1995 as part of the College of Arts and Science. It addressed issues of the Holocaust, genocide and peace by promoting their examination as both historical events and human experiences, drawing upon insights across many disciplines. The Holocaust, Genocide and Peace Studies Records consist of curricular resources, including books, commercial films, public broadcast programs, and German art. It also has proclamations from...