What is the common reading book for the 2013-2014 academic year?
Justice: What's the Right Thing to Do by Michael Sandel.
Who is required to participate in the common reading program?
All first-year baccalaureate students are required to read the book. The book and related assignments will be incorporated to into first-year classes in all of of UC's colleges.
When will I receive my copy of the book?
You will receive your free copy of the book during Bearcats Bound Orientation. Please be sure to bring the book back with you when you return to campus in the fall!
What happens if I don't attend Bearcats Bound Orientation?
If you don't attend Bearcats Bound Orientation, see your advisor during the College Day activities on Friday, August 23. They will be able to give you a copy then.
As an instructor, where can I go to learn about integrating the book into my course?
The Center for the Enhancement of Teaching & Learning will be offering classes over the summer and during the academic year. Check out the schedule here.
What courses are integrating the book into its class?
What events are happening on campus related to the book?
Who should I contact if I have questions regarding the common reading?
For questions about the book's integration into academic coursework, contact one of the following college representatives:
Arts & Sciences: Barbara Bucey
Allied Health Sciences: Carney Sotto
Business: Kimberly McGinnis
CCM: Patricia Rencher
DAAP: Vanessa Phelan
Engineering & Applied Science: Anne Hoehn
Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services: Gretchen Hart
Nursing: Julie McCullough
For questions about events or programming, contact Nicole Mayo.