CFAN 1102: President's Emerging Scholars Seminar

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President's Emerging Scholars (PES) is an educational opportunity program that supports high-achieving, historically underserved students in their pursuit of a bachelor's degree at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities. Participants are selected based on holistic review conducted by the Office of Admissions, and PES students demonstrate achievement in a number of ways, including strong academics, extracurricular excellence, and significant community engagement. This seminar is designed to help CFANS PES students in the transition from high school to college. Many PES students are the first in their family to attend college, be Pell Grant recipients, indigenous students, and students of color. In this course, students will explore University resources, its people, and connect students with each other. Students will learn about resources, challenges, opportunities, and their own identity development through self-reflection and engagement assignments, culminating in the creation of a Digital Story they can share with their peers. prereq: CFANS newly admitted PES students

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