Marian Fey, director of Nebraskans for the Arts, addresses the FYI 169S class, "Without the Arts, You're Only Half a Brain."
Open discussion on Socialism in Cuba with the faculty and students of Capstone 469A, "Cuba Libre," following their trip to Cuba.
Students in FYI 169I, "We Are What We Eat," tour restaurants in Rapid City, South Dakota.
Students tour Toadstool Geologic Park and Hudson-Meng Bison Kill Site during the course FYI 169O, "10,000 B.C., Great Plains, North America: Human Survival and the Environment."
The Mysterious Plains: a set of blog posts students of Cap-469C, "Great Plains," completed around a central theme.
Students present their projects for FYI 169G, "Do You See What I See: The Science of Art and the Art of Science."
Two students who took CAP 469G, "Social Media & Democratization," conduct field research on ecotourism in the Manuel Antonio National Park in Costa Rica. The National Forest is known for its sand beaches, beautiful rain forest, and exotic wildlife (sloths, monkeys, lizzards, birds, etc.).
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