Kathryn Andrus

 

 


 

Kathy AndrusKathryn Andrus, PhD, formerly the Director of the Faculty Resource Center, is now an Instructional Technologist with a specialty in multimedia. She has taught at UCCS for over 25 years and online for 8. Her courses have included topics in Art, Art History, Interdisciplinary Core Humanities, and Freshman Seminar.




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Jan 21st 2016

In this course students will explore the history of Jews, Christians, and Muslims in late medieval, fifteenth century Spain. Serving as citizen-scholars, students will learn about the positive and negative elements of inter-religious co-existence in Plasencia, Spain, and more importantly, contribute to an international scholarly effort by helping transcribe manuscripts.

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