Cornerstone provides Purdue students with the skills that will serve them throughout their lives: to write and speak with clarity and precision, to think critically and creatively, to assimilate and analyze information, to adapt to change and connect in multi-cultural environments, to make sound ethical judgments, and to understand the implications of decisions in both a historical and societal context.

Transformative Texts:

Credits: 3
Will be offered Fall 2017.

CRN/Section: 11676-001, 11677-002, 11681-003, 11682-004, 12401-005, 12420-006
Meeting Time and Location:

MWF 12:30-1:20pm REC 112
MWF 11:30-12:20pm BRNG B222
TTh 10:30-11:45am BRNG B261
TTh 12:00-1:15pm BRNG B261
TTh 1:30-2:45pm BRNG B261
TTh 3:00-4:15pm BRNG 1254

Instructors: Melinda Zook, Patrick Kain, Antonia Syson, Mary (Molly) Scudder, and Jeffrey Turco

Credits: 3
Will be offered Spring 2018.

Instructors: Kim Gallon, Patrick Kain, Christopher Lukasik, Yvonne Pitts, and Antonia Syson

How Cornerstone works with UCC:

How Cornerstone works with UCC


Dr. Melinda Zook
Cornerstone Director

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