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Course Title
Course Level
Units
CLNI 70
Colleges Nine and Ten Community Garden
Lower Division
2 units
Students in this course design and build a new community garden at Colleges Nine and Ten. Students engage in a collaborative design process with campus stakeholders; learn hands-on skills and community gardening best practices; and build regenerative social and ecological systems. Enrollment restricted to College Nine and College Ten students. May be repeated for credit.
CLNI 80A
Introduction to University Discourse: International and Global Issues
Lower Division
5 units
Explores rhetorical principles and conventions of university discourse and provides intensive practice in analytical writing, critical reading, and speaking. Topics address contemporary global issues including economic globalization, human rights, international and inter-ethnic conflicts, poverty, and immigration. Students cannot receive credit for this course and course 80B. Enrollment restricted to first-year college members who have not satisfied the C1 requirement. Enrollment limited to 22. (General Education Code(s): C1.)
CLNI 80B
Rhetoric and Inquiry: International and Global Issues
Lower Division
5 units
Explores the intersection of investigation, interpretation, and persuasion and refines strategies for writing, research, and speaking. Topics address contemporary global issues including economic globalization, human rights, international and inter-ethnic conflicts, poverty, and immigration. Students cannot receive credit for this course and course 80A. Prerequisite(s): satisfaction of the Entry Level Writing and C1 requirements. Enrollment restricted to first-year college members. Enrollment limited to 22. (General Education Code(s): C2.)
CLNI 80C
Introduction to University Discourse: International and Global Issues Writing Intensive 1
Lower Division
5 units
Explores rhetorical principles and conventions of university discourse and provides intensive practice in analytical writing, critical reading, and speaking. Topics address contemporary global issues including economic globalization, human rights, international and inter-ethnic conflicts, poverty, and immigration. More writing intensive than course 80A; prerequisite to 80D. Enrollment restricted to first-year college members who have not satisfied the C1 requirement and who scored a 5 or lower on the Analytical Writing and Placement Exam. Enrollment limited to 22.
CLNI 80D
Introduction to University Discourse: International and Global Issues Writing Intensive 2
Lower Division
5 units
Continues to provide practice in analytical writing, critical reading, and speaking, and to examine global issues. Prerequisite(s): course 80C. Enrollment restricted to first-year college members who have not satisfied the C1 requirement. Enrollment limited to 22. (General Education Code(s): C1.)
CLNI 80F
International and Global Issues
Lower Division
2 units
Develops each student's ability to explore their own creative output in order to convey their background, experiences, and perspectives, as well as to inspire community dialog around cultural competency and international/global issues. Enrollment is restricted to first-year College Nine students who have been placed in the Multilingual Curriculum. Enrollment limited to 25.
CLNI 80L
College Nine Core Film Course
Lower Division
2 units
Complements the College Nine core course. The films and readings explore the theme of International and Global Perspectives and follow the core course syllabus. Prerequisite(s): Concurrent enrollment in course 80A, 80B, or 80C. Enrollment restricted to first-year college members.
CLNI 85
Global Action
Lower Division
2 units
Workshop facilitated by peer instructors. Students learn about current international and global issues through interactive exercises, small-group discussions, and faculty presentations. Students develop an "action plan" to raise awareness about one or more of these concerns and take practical steps to create positive change in the world. Enrollment restricted to College Nine members during priority enrollment only. Enrollment limited to 20.
CLNI 86
College Leadership Development
Lower Division
2 units
Students newly appointed into leadership positions at College Nine explore the concept of leadership relating to the college's theme of International and Global Perspectives. Prerequisite(s): current College Nine student leader; permission of instructor.
CLNI 90
Intercultural Understanding
Lower Division
2 units
Provides an opportunity to enhance the intercultural experience, increase cultural competency, promote further understanding, and examine the various trends facing a uniquely diverse community. Geared toward U.S. and international students affiliated with the International Living Center. Enrollment by instructor permission. Enrollment limited to 50.
CLNI 91
Global Issues Colloquium
Lower Division
1 units
Weekly colloquium on global issues with different topical focus each quarter. Presentations by UCSC faculty and invited speakers. Students must attend class, read an assigned article, and write a one-page synopsis. Enrollment restricted to College Nine members. Enrollment limited to 50. May be repeated for credit.
CLNI 105
Researching Food Sovereignty
Upper Division
5 units
Students engage in individual and collective research projects on transformational food systems in the United States and abroad. Readings look at the current global food system and grassroots responses to food and environmental crises. Enrollment restricted to junior and senior College Nine and College Ten members during priority enrollment only. Enrollment limited to 20.
CLNI 106
Israel and Palestine: Pathways to a Deeper Understanding
Upper Division
2 units
Explores, and seeks to provide a deeper understanding of, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict through materials and guest speakers that offer varying perspectives. Self-reflection and structured communication facilitate the positive exchange of ideas and views. Enrollment by permission of instructor.
CLNI 112A
Model United Nations Part A: A Group Seminar
Upper Division
2 units
Introduces the Model United Nations. Students learn parliamentary procedure and U.N. protocols, as well as how to research and present position papers to the general assembly. Students learn resolution writing, alliance building, and persuasive speech. (Formerly course 112, Model United Nations: A Group Seminar) Enrollment limited to 35. May be repeated for credit.
CLNI 112B
Model United Nations Part B: International Crises
Upper Division
2 units
Students are assigned a country to represent in the U.N. Three international crises allow students to present position papers, make speeches, and debate the issues. Prerequisite(s): course 112A. May be repeated for credit.
CLNI 120
Practical Activism Conference Planning and Development
Upper Division
2 units
Offers an applied experience of collaborative planning, production, and leadership. Students plan workshops and other event components; conduct outreach and publicity; and address all aspects of educational event planning. Enrollment restricted to members of the spring volunteer Practical Activism planning group. Enrollment by permission of the instructor. May be repeated for credit. (General Education Code(s): PR-E.)
CLNI 191
Teaching Global Action
Upper Division
5 units
Undergraduates at upper-division level participate in teaching discussion groups for College Nine 85 (W). Prerequisite(s): permission of instructor: essay describing interest in becoming course assistant, copies of evaluations, and letter of recommendation from faculty member and/or college staff member. Enrollment restricted to College Nine juniors and seniors.