Spatial Across the Curriculum

At the University of Redlands, faculty and students have found creative and exciting ways to apply spatial thinking and spatial analysis technologies in anthropology, biology, business administration, chemistry, communicative disorders, economics, education, English, environmental studies, fine arts, gender studies, graphic arts, history, music history, mathematics, physics, political science, religious studies, sociology, and other disciplines. An approach to multidisciplinary, self-guided discovery, spatial thinking meshes well with the University's mission  to embrace a reflective understanding of our world, proceed from information to insight, and from knowledge to meaning.