SoCo 2020

All students can succeed in any SoCo course. Faculty review applications aiming to combine students with experience in the topic and students who are exploring something new. Apply broadly! All SoCo seminars provide an intensive and immersive learning experience, including field trips and activities outside class to engage in experiential learning. Faculty may choose to use evenings and weekends, while some courses include overnight travel off-campus.

Soco 2020

Chemical Engineering

Curtis Frank
Sara Loesch-Frank

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Electrical Engineering

John M. Pauly
Steven Clark

Economics

John Shoven
Gregory Rosston

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Division of Literatures, Cultures, and Languages

Maria Comsa
Heather Howard

Comparative Studies in Race & Ethnicity, Sociology

David Grusky

Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

Adrian Daub

Anthropology, Human Biology

William H. Durham
Susan Charnley

School of Education

Adam Banks

Division of Literatures, Cultures, and Languages

Hae-Joon Won
Citlalli Del Carpio

Iberian & Latin American Cultures

Lisa Surwillo
Jose Saldivar

Political Science

Scott D. Sagan
Allen Weiner

Microbiology & Immunology

Robert Siegel

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

David Freyberg
David Kennedy
Bruce Cain