Current Courses: Fall 2020

James Baldwin: Life, Letters & Legacy | U84 324P | Humanities with Zachary Manditch-Prottas, Postdoctoral Fellow in African & African American Studies
The Mind, The Brain, and Everyday Behavior: Topics of Attention and Memory | U09 120P Social Sciences with Janet Duchek, Emeritus Professor of Psychological & Brain Sciences and of Occupational Therapy
Elementary Spanish 1 | Mark Dowell | Language & Arts with Mark Dowell, Lecturer in Spanish and Portuguese
Landscape Architecture: The Art + Science of Garden Design with Carolyn Gaidis, Lecturer in Landscape Architecture
Environmental Science | U29 313P Natural Sciences and Mathematics with Mark Manteffeul,  Lecturer in Biology
Discrete Mathematics | U20 115P Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Numerical Applications with Lauren Miller,  Adjunct Instructor of Mathematics

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