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Welcome to RRCC's Interdisciplinary Scholarly Journal: Claro

Inside this Edition: 

A portrait of The Bomb as a young boy; carnivores lost in food deserts; aromatherapy for PTSD; moderating marijuana; chasing the Greenback trout; baseball as therapy; Englewood’s infamous Cherrelyn Bronco; & first and future flights.

Claro:
...gives students a chance to publish their scholarly work.
...emphasizes creative scholarship.
...is interdisciplinary, benefiting all students at Red Rocks.
...encourages faculty across disciplines to give creative and perhaps multimodal academic assignments.

Claro Considered :: An Academic Conference for Students

Every April, right here at Red Rocks, students published in Claro present their work. If you’d like to find out how you can participate, contact Editor Stina French.

Click here to view REDTalks (video of the conference presentations)

Instructors: send your students’ highest quality academic work to Claro for publication! In addition, please consider adding this syllabus insert to your Summer, Fall, and Spring syllabi!

Our deadline for submissions for the 2014 edition will be Dec. 31, 2014.

Accepted work: Scholarship can be the typical research paper; a visual creation such as a chart, map, or graph; or even a website or video!

Special thanks to all our contributing instructors. Claro could not exist without your superior assignments and the attention and support you give to your students and their work.

Our ’11-’12, 2012, and 2013 editions are available in print. To procure a copy, contact Editor Stina French

Thanks to the Instruction office for their generous support, which made this third print edition of Claro possible.

Click here for the submission form (.doc), which you must fill out and send along with your students’ work.

Past Issues:

2009-2011 Edition
2011-2012 Edition
2012-2013 Edition

Claro welcomes volunteer editors and reviewers. Contact the editor if you're interested in participating, especially if you’re an instructor in the sciences!