The American Cultures Center is proud to offer wonderful opportunities such as Course Development Grants, and Teaching Awards that aim to celebrate your involvement within our courses. Below are spotlights of our faculty who teach various AC courses.
Dr. Christopher Schmitt discusses his course, Integrative Biology 35AC, "Human Biological Variation".
Education 75AC focuses on sports culture in the U.S. through an intersectional lens. This course highlights the ways in which sports have contributed to our society as well as how they marginalize certain communities through the bases of race, class, gender, sexuality, and ability.
Dr. Khalid Kadir introduces his ACES course: Engineering 157AC: Engineering, The Environment and the Society
Spotlight on the ACES course Legal Studies 152AC 'Human Rights and Technology' with Dr. Keith Kiatt and ACES Fellow Alexandra Gonzales.
Dr. Greg Niemeyer introduces the first ever fully online ACES course, American Cybercultures.
This spotlight feature includes ACES faculty member Dr. Sean Burns's course "Social Movements, Urban History, and the Politics of Memory" (IAS 158AC / PACS 148 AC). This course examines the extensive multi-racial social movement history of the San Francisco Bay Area.