Entering students are required to enroll in a first-year seminar except for those participating in the Humanities Gateway Program, the Interdisciplinary Science Program, the Cities Program, the InterArts Program, the Community Action Gateway Experience, or the Global Health Humanities Gateway.

Fall 2022 First-Year Seminars:

The Poetry of Social Movements – Ciaran Berry
Museums, Publics, and Protests – Jordan Camp
The Science and Practice of Invention – Amanda Guzman
BFF or Strange Bedfellows? Cohorts, Compromise and Political Destiny – Madalene Spezialetti
Social Issues and Economics – Gerardo Ruiz Sanchez
The Art of Food (Writing) – Chloe Wheatley
Curiosity and Madness in Western Culture – Barbara Benedict
George Orwell and His Times – David Rosen
Cinephilia and Philosophy – James Prakash Younger
The Science behind DSP – Lin Cheng
Water: The Science, Legacy, and Looming Crisis – Arianne Bazilio
Prohibitions – John Alcorn
Designing Your Future Work – Joseph Catrino
Archiving Hip Hop – Seth Markle
Networks, Historical and Contemporary – Jennifer Regan-Lefebvre
Human Rights in Photography, Film, and Pop Culture – Benjamin Carbonetti
Applied Mathematics and Planet life – Lina Ma
Mathematical Gems – Ryan Pellico
Sustainable Life – Dario Del Puppo
Sustainable Life – Johannes Evelein
The Holocaust and Memory: Text, Image, and Space – Jason Doerre
Reader’s Identity and Culture: Different Perspectives on Israeli Culture – Adi Katz
Animal Minds – Kari Theurer
Landscape Photography and Conservation – Christoph Geiss
Race and Capitalism – Isaac Kamola
The Psychology of Happiness – Molly Helt
Reading and Writing Creative Nonfiction – Irene Papoulis
Reading the City: Perspectives on the Urban Experience – Sean Fitzpatrick

Browse the course descriptions of Fall 2022 First-Year Seminars​​ and be sure to check back regularly for updates!