Our About page has resources and videos that discuss the history and intent of the AC requirement. Our Spotlight page features some AC faculty discussing the AC courses that they teach.
Hey Students! Take advantage of our programming by taking courses offered across campus, being a member of our Student Advisory Board or applying for the Student Prize for projects you have developed in your AC courses.
The American Cultures Center is proud to offer faculty exciting opportunities such as the possibility to receive a grant to continue, or create an American Cultures course, be awarded for excellence in teaching, and even become a Chancellor's Public Scholar!
The American Cultures Engaged Scholarship (ACES) Program provides opportunities for students, faculty and community organizations to collaborate on cutting edge research projects associated with some of the nation's most pressing social issues.
The Adobe Fellows Program helps faculty develop projects in AC courses that focus on a variety of pedagogical topics and social issues including arts and design, data visualization, video and sound editing, assignment design, social justice, community engagement, critical reflection and analysis for underrepresented communities.
Teaching in Troubled Times is a series of timely dialogues elevating some of the most pressing social and political questions that enter our lives and our classrooms that have fermented vibrant discussion and delivered ‘on-the-ground’ tools to support our students’ complex lives.
The AC classroom is the site of an important volume of creative work, which the center supports with its programming. Collected here is a selection of the creative digital projects and works produced over the past several semesters.