Online courses can at times seem intimidating: you may not be accustomed to sitting at your kitchen table learning…alone. CNM aims to take the uncertainty out of an online education. Learning online can open a new way of gaining knowledge you may not have imagined.
Several CNM professors use creative ways to make learning in a solo environment as engaging as in the classroom. For instance, take a moment to listen to this quick talk from Dr. Jessica Craig as she discusses one of the most famous rulers in all of history.
A woman rises to ultimate power in a male-dominated society where she rules for 20 years. We’re not talking about a woman breaking through the glass ceiling. In this short clip, Anthropology Professor Jessica Craig introduces us to the only self-proclaimed, female pharaoh of Ancient Egypt: Hatshepsut. This introduction to Hatshepsut, whose reign began in 1478 BC truly brings the past alive again.
If hearing about the life and times of Hatshepsut piques your interest in the humanities and liberal arts, consider taking Anthropology 1115 with Dr. Craig in the School of Communication, Humanities & Social Sciences (CHSS) at CNM this fall.