The next week, Greene came to Albert with a proposal: What if he started holding classes for some of the floor workers, many of whom had no future within or outside the company because many could write nothing but their own names? Albert took the idea to her superiors. Greene agreed to a reduced salary and began offering English classes on the factory floor, which were billed by management who hoped to avoid a wage hike that year as an added benefit of the job.
RC Players rehearsal in the Keene Theater. Capstone performance for the Play Production Seminar course. The RC Social Theory and Practice Major supports students in developing the analytical and practical skills necessary for active engagement in the world and for building careers that promote equality and responsible citizenship.
Faculty whose work encompasses sociology, political science, history, anthropology, economics, education, environmental justice, sustainable agriculture, geography, and psychology provide students with multi-disciplinary approaches to current issues in U.
Students learn theories, methods, and strategies that enable them to understand and critique social structures and processes and to become effective actors in struggles for justice.
They take core courses together, and create individual major plans tailored to their specific interests. Individualized Major Program IMP The Residential College offers the opportunity to formulate an individualized major to RC students unable to find an existing degree program that meets their specific academic needs and interests.
Highly-motivated students with strong academic records wishing to pursue this option must have a good idea of what they want to achieve, consult with RC faculty and where appropriate other UM faculty, and develop a carefully thought out academic plan of study.
With the assistance of the IMP Facilitator, the student will need to identify one or two faculty members -- at least one of whom is usually on the RC faculty -- willing to serve as her or his IMP advisor s.
The student's IMP advisor s will help the student formulate an appropriate academic plan of study, and that plan must be approved by the advisor sthe IMP Facilitator, and the RC IMP Review Committee before the student can formally declare the individualized major.
After the major is declared, the student should continue to consult with her or his IMP advisor s at least once a term before registering for courses in the following term.
Students should also meet regularly with the IMP Facilitator to review their general academic progress. Completion of the major will be certified by the IMP Facilitator in consultation with the major advisor s.
Students who wish to declare an IMP degree are strongly advised to do so by the end of their sophomore year. Under exceptional circumstances an IMP degree may be approved as late as during the junior year, but in no cases during the senior year.
A descriptive title for the major as brief as possible. A characterization of the major, describing in a coherent fashion the intellectual themes and issues to be studied, how they are related, what disciplinary or interdisciplinary approaches will be brought to bear, and why the student cannot attain her or his educational objectives within any existing RC or LSA major this statement ordinarily requires pages of well-considered text.
A cumulative listing of all proposed coursework organized to reflect the intellectual themes described in the proposal. The listing should distinguish between a pre-requisite courses below the level ; b upper-level courses the student has already completed or is currently enrolled in ; and c tentative upper-level courses that the student expects to take in the future to complete the study plan.
At least one of the advisors approving an individualized major is usually from the RC faculty; but a second advisor may be associated with any other UM unit. The IMP proposal is typically around five pages in length pages of text, plus lists of courses.
The academic plan of study of an individualized major must meet the following requirements: IMP students may elect a second major, but no courses may be used for both an IMP and a second major a maximum of one course may be used for both the IMP and a minor ; 4.
The graduating essay is a concluding report that summarizes the student's experience with the individualized major. The graduating essay is to be submitted to the IMP Facilitator and to the student's IMP advisor, with whom the student may sign up for one credit-hour of independent study.
The project may be completed as part of a senior-level research seminar, an internship or field study leading to a critical, written report, or an independent study typically pages. A student may enroll in CoreSenior Project, and receive credits for the project which counts toward the 30 credits of the IMP.
Admission into an Honors IMP degree usually occurs after the student has already been approved for an IMP degree, but interested students may discuss this matter with the IMP Facilitator during the proposal stage. A student deemed eligible to attempt honors must complete the following process: At least one of the advising committee members must be a member of the faculty of the Residential College.
The number of credits will be determined by the principal honors advisor in consultation with the student. If the student is allowed to write an honors thesis, the student will register for CoreHonors Thesis, for 4 credits.
If the student is not permitted to write an honors thesis, the student may either: RC Graduation Honors are awarded by the honors advising committee. Awarding Graduation Honors in the major for honors candidates is not automatic.Greene’s criterion for twist mappings asserts the existence of smooth in- variant circles with preassigned rotation number if and only if the periodic trajectories with frequency approaching that of the quasi-periodic orbit are linearly stable.
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