Today, several majors had class outside of the classroom. These trips included visiting the Museum of Jewish Heritage and the United Nation Headquarters.
Psychology – Museum of Jewish Heritage
Students visited the Museum of Jewish Heritage where they compared different artifacts in the museum to psychology. Specifically, they focused on the bystander effect, norms, and prejudice as it connects to psychology.
International Relations – United Nations Headquarters
Students visited the United Nations Headquarters to learn about the relationship between the United States and other nations. Specifically, students met with a representative from the Bahá’í Faith department where they learned about the process of obtaining world peace through reform and advocacy.