ICS226: Identity, Community, Vocation
Seven Wednesdays, 7:30-9:30 PM
Location: Anabel Taylor Hall 314
Who am I? And what am I called to do at this time, in this place, and among these people who live in the world around me?
This two credit*, integrative seminar explores issues of identity, community, and vocation, drawing upon philosophical, sociological and theological sources. Students will design personally tailored research plans for exploring their gifts and sense of calling and then complete their plans alongside their progress through course readings and lectures.
“Dr. O’Dowd is a fantastic teacher and does a truly excellent job at helping students come to real understanding of the depth of the material.” – Dan Miller
First day of class: Feburary 26
Last day to add: March 19
Final drop date: March 26
Final day of class: April 16
Cost: $200 payable to Chesterton House (If you are on financial aid, we are making this course available at no cost other than a $50 administrative fee.)
Last date to pay fees:
*Course credit is provided by Gordon College. Cornell students interested in these courses should consult their college advising office in advance of enrollment, to determine whether they will be able to apply transfer credits to their Cornell record.
Students interested in exploring this opportunity are welcome to visit the first class session.