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Major Learning Goals
- Understand our debts and obligations to indigenous peoples, their knowledge, and their ancestral lands, and recognize how these debts and obligations structure our contemporary interactions.
- Conduct research with ethical considerations in partnership with communities, indigenous people, and other stakeholders.
- Evaluate, analyze, and interpret qualitative and quantitative information regarding human biology, society, culture, and language.
- Realize that human biology, society, culture and language are interrelated throughout human history.
- Develop one’s open-mindedness, sensitivity, and empathy for diverse languages, cultures, and worldviews.
- Experience biological, cultural, social, and linguistic diversity though fieldwork, study abroad, internships, volunteering, or commensurately diverse lived experience.