Instructor of record, Fall 2020 (‘Antarctica: the Coolest Continent’, NATSCI 191-01 and -02): I designed and taught an introductory course to incoming first-years. This course explored a range of different topics all relating to Antarctic science, for example: the past and future of the ice sheet; basic climate science and its applications; art and culture in Antarctica; the geopolitical setting and history of Antarctic exploration; and how all these factors intertwine with issues of diversity and inclusion in Antarctic science today.
For their final projects, I asked students to delve deeper into class material by further exploring a topic relating to Antarctic science through the medium of their choice. This resulted in a variety of creative expressions as students explored their own interests and gained new knowledge and perspectives. I include some examples below (described in students' own words, with their permission):