This course is an introduction to the theory and practice of rhetoric, the art of persuasive writing and speech. In it, you will learn to construct and defend compelling arguments, an essential skill in many settings. We will be using selected addresses from prominent twentieth-century Americans — including Martin Luther King Jr., John F. Kennedy, Margaret Chase Smith, Ronald Reagan, and more — to explore and analyze rhetorical structure and style. Through this analysis, you will learn how speakers and writers persuade an audience to adopt their point of view.
Programme Name: NanobiologyNanobiology explores the intersection of nanotechnology and biology, focusing on the application of nanoscale materials and techniques to understand and manipulate biological systems at the molecular and cellular levels. This interdisciplinary field integrates principles from biology, chemistry, physics, and engineering to investigate the fundamental properties of biological molecules and structures, develop novel nanomaterials, and create innovative biomedical technologies.