Sophomore College Courses 2017

SoCo seminars provide an immersive learning experience, including field trips and activities outside class to engage in experiential learning. Classes have 12-15 students. Faculty may choose to use evenings and weekends, while some courses include off-campus travel. Students arrive on Labor Day and take a single seminar for the next three weeks, making SoCo their sole focus during that time.

SoCo Courses

American Studies, Art & Art History

Alexander Nemerov

History

Allyson Hobbs

Chemical Engineering

Curtis Frank
Sara Loesch-Frank

Division of Literatures, Cultures, and Languages

Khalid Obeid
Salem Aweiss

History

Nancy Kollmann
Jack Kollmann

View of the eiffel tower
Division of Literatures, Cultures, and Languages

Heather L. Howard
Maria Teodora Comsa

Division of Literatures, Cultures, and Languages

Paul Nissler
Jens Pohlmann

Comparative Studies in Race & Ethnicity, Sociology

C. Matthew Snipp

Comparative Medicine

Joseph Garner
Jason Watters

Anthropology, Human Biology

William H. Durham
Susan Charnley

Division of Literatures, Cultures, and Languages

Maria Cristina Urruela
Hae-Joon Won

Comparative Literature, East Asian Languages and Cultures

Haiyan Lee

Political Science

Scott D. Sagan
Allen Weiner

English

Roland Greene

Civil & Environmental Engineering, Earth Systems Program, Energy Resources Engineering, Political Science

Bruce Cain
Sally Benson
David Freyberg