DMA 19: Ucla Centennial Initiative: North And South, Inventions And Discoveries - Spring 2018

COURSE TITLE:

UCLA Centennial Initiative: North And South, Inventions And Discoveries

INSTRUCTOR:

Victoria Vesna

TEACHING ASSISTANT(S):




DESCRIPTION:

Introduction to innovations by campus faculty in arts, humanities, and sciences. Each meeting takes place in different part of campus where some new breakthrough happened. Includes engineering building where first Internet (ARPANET) connection was made (1969), various places that are known, and even places that no longer exist. Most scientific and medical breakthroughs are easily known about; but this campus also had some great artists, musicians, and authors who often go unnoticed. Introduction to new concepts in art and music. Students encouraged to research their own area of interest. Class meets April 4, 18, May 2, 16, and 30
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