Current Courses: Spring 2019

Chinese Civilization

Robert Hegel, Professor of Chinese Language and Literature

Introductory Psychological Statistics

Lindsay Michalski, University Fellow

Introduction to Macroeconomics

Dorothy Petersen, Lecturer, Department of Economics

Japanese Civilization

Rebecca Copeland, Chair and Professor of Japanese Language and Literature

Introduction to Literature

Barbara Baumgartner, Senior Lecturer in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, 
Director of Undergraduate Studies

Greek Mythology

Grizelda McClelland, Assistant Dean, College of Arts & Sciences, Lecturer in Classics

Non-credit activities

Writing Clinic, led by PEP peer writing tutors and PhD student instructor Erik Strobl

Chess Club, led by Coach Bob Howe

Whether we are reading a 100-year-old essay or discussing a book written last year, an inspiring teacher can make the material come alive, encouraging you to absorb and reflect upon it, and apply it to your life today. We are fortunate to have those inspirational teachers as our Washington University professors.

– George, Convocation 2018

Upcoming Courses: Summer 2019

Religion in American Society

Aaron Griffith, Postdoctoral Research Associate

Reading and Doing Ethnography

Chelsey Carter, Graduate Student of Sociocultural Anthropology 


Lindsey Lisalda, Graduate Student, Department of Physics  

Language & Thinking: Modernisms

Anna Preus, Graduate Student, Literature, Spencer T. and Ann W. Olin Fellowship for Women in Graduate Study