Explore the human experience through the lens of the Final Frontier and discover Star Trek's incredible impact on popular culture, space exploration, scientific discovery and technology innovation.
the history of Star Trek from its origins on television to its evolution as a global phenomenon
Star Trek's remarkable record of predicting future real-world breakthroughs
Star Trek's use of science-fiction storytelling to explore issues of society and culture
about Gene Roddenberry, creator and auteur of Star Trek, and his philosophy for the franchise
The continuing mission...
Since Professor Rotolo first launched #TrekClass at Syracuse University in 2010, the course has reached thousands of students and fans. Rotolo has even presented special sessions of #TrekClass at the NASA Johnson Space Center, the South by Southwest Festival, and on stage at the Official Star Trek Convention in Las Vegas -- and #TrekClass is also featured by CBS on StarTrek.com as a blog series sharing course concepts with the global Trek fan community.
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TREK CLASS is a college course and public lecture series. Lecture content © 2010 Prof. Anthony Rotolo.
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