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.

BOSP Overseas Seminars: Summer 2019-2020

English

Michele Elam

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American Studies, Art & Art History

Alexander Nemerov

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History

Allyson Hobbs

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Chemical Engineering

Curtis Frank
Sara Loesch-Frank

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Division of Literatures, Cultures, and Languages

Khalid Obeid
Salem Aweiss

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History

Nancy Kollmann
Jack Kollmann

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

Maria Comsa
Heather Howard

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Division of Literatures, Cultures, and Languages

Paul Nissler
Jens Pohlmann

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Earth System Science

Rob Dunbar

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Comparative Studies in Race & Ethnicity, Sociology

C. Matthew Snipp

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English

Ivan Lupic
Linda Paulson

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Comparative Medicine

Joseph Garner
Jason Watters

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Biology

Stuart Thompson

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Anthropology, Human Biology

William H. Durham
Susan Charnley

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Division of Literatures, Cultures, and Languages

Maria Cristina Urruela
Hae-Joon Won

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Comparative Literature, East Asian Languages and Cultures

Haiyan Lee

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Political Science

Scott D. Sagan
Allen Weiner

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English

Roland Greene

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

Bruce Cain
Sally Benson
David Freyberg

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