An intensive interdisciplinary seminar designed to provide upper-division Education Studies minors with the opportunity to reflect on and apply their diverse academic and practical experiences in education to a specific topic. Topics may change each year and could include the following: At-Risk Schools and Communities; Educational Diversity: An Historical Perspective; International Models of Education; The Challenges of STEM Education in the U.S.; Hunger and Learning; Teachers as Agents of Change. The seminar is discussion-based and includes opportunities for substantial reflection and research. Assignments include a culminating research project and service in the community and/or field experience in local schools. Prerequisites: Completion of EDUC*100, appropriate field experience, and permission of the instructor. Distribution Requirements: None.