Co-Curricular INT 100/201 Event Offerings
SUPPORTING UNIVERSITY-WIDE INTEGRATIVE LEARNING
The Co-Curricular program is an integral part of the INT 100 (Reflect, Connect, Engage) and INT 201 (Diversity in the U.S.) course curriculum. Both classes serve Grand Valley's General Education Program and are core components of the Integrative Studies major. Searching for appropriate events and programs can be an arduous process, we hope to simplify the process for faculty and students alike. The following page has been developed to help with the search process, by listing all events with the INT 100/201 designations. It is the event organizers' responsibility to post their events(s) on the GVSU Campus Calendar. Links will be provided to events as they are posted.
Unfortunately, changes do occur to events. If event organizers do not let us know of these changes, we are unable to post them to our calendar. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
The Co-Curricular program enjoys working with organizations, to provide virtual programs and events with the INT 100/201 designation to enhance student growth and support connections between classroom-based learning outcomes and real-life opportunities.
If you have questions or concerns, please contact the School of Interdisciplinary StudiesMain Office at (616)331-8020 or via email at [email protected].
INT 100: INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES
INT 100 co-curricular assignments correspond to the Essential Learning Outcomes framework defining the knowledge and skills gained from a liberal education, as established by the AAC&U.
A – Knowledge of Human Cultures & the Physical & Natural World
B – Social Justice & Human Rights
C – Philosophy & Literature
D – Community Engagement/Service Learning
INT 201: INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES
INT 201 co-curricular assignments follow an identify development sequence, drawing upon the AAC&U's Intercultural Knowledge and Competence Rubric.
- Location of Self
- Awareness and Knowledge of Communities and Identities Different from One's Own
- Knowledge and Examination of Structures and Systems that Impact Diverse Populations
- Application and Integration of New Knowledge
11/27/23 - "The Challenge Posed by Disinformation and Conspiracy Theories" a webinar presentation by Jonas Syrovatka and Wojciech Solak - INT 100 APPROVED - Learning Outcomes: A,B
11/30/2023 - Unnatural Causes - INT 100/201 APPROVED - Learning Outcomes: A/2,3
12/01/2023 - QPR Suicide Prevention Training - INT 100/201 APPROVED - Learning Outcomes: A,B,D/1,3
12/01/23 - Open Door Discussion: Were they...you know?: A Thoughtful Analysis of Retrospective Identity Labeling - INT100/201 APPROVED - Learning Outcomes: A,C/2,3
12/01/2023 - Wheelhouse Talk: Stepping into Leadership with Dean Tricia Thomas - INT 100/201 Approved - Learning Outcomes: A/1,2
1/25/2024 - Unnatural Causes - INT 100/201 APPROVED - Learning Outcomes: A/2,3
2/8/2024 - Thinking Globally - INT 100/201 APPROVED - Learning Outcomes: A,C/1
2/15/2024 - Unnatural Causes - INT 100/201 APPROVED - Learning Outcomes: A/2,3
3/14/2024 - Unnatural Causes - INT 100/201 APPROVED - Learning Outcomes: A/2,3
4/1/2024 - Thinking Globally - INT 100/201 APPROVED - Learning Outcomes: A,C/1
4/04/2024 - Unnatural Causes - INT 100/201 APPROVED - Learning Outcomes: A/2,3