Summer 2018

Topics in Renaissance Literature: Sex, Politics, and Poetry in Early Modern England

Jami Ake, Assistant Dean, College of Arts & Sciences; Senior Lecturer, Interdisciplinary Projects in the Humanities

Language and Thinking: Democracy and Citizenship

Matt Chick, Ph.D. Student, Department of Political Science

Language and Thinking

Venus Bivar, Assistant Professor, Department of History

Introduction to Biology I

April Bednarski, Senior Biology Lecturer

Mindfulness: Science and Practice

Todd Braver, Professor of Psychological & Brain Sciences, Professor of Radiology

Spring 2018

Topics in Precalculus II
Thurs. 1-4pm
Nikhil Gupta, Assistant Professor, Mathematics, Lindenwood University

Japanese Civilization
Tues 1-4pm
Rebecca Copeland, Professor of Japanese Language and Literature; Department Chair East Asian Languages and Cultures

Argumentation
Tues. 8-11am
Victoria Thomas, Lecturer, Department of English

Anthropology and Development
Thurs. 8-11am
Bret Gustafson, Associate Professor of Anthropology

The City in American Arts and Popular Culture
Wed 1-4pm
 Angela Miller, Professor of Art History and Archaeology

Fall 2017

Topics in Political Thought: Bureaucracy and Its Critics
Jennifer Hudson, Lecturer in Political Theory, Political Science Dept.
Associated “writing clinic,” led by Eileen G’Sell, Lecturer in College Writing

Introduction to General Chemistry
Carolyn Herman,  Associate Dean, College of Arts & Sciences Director, PreHealth Program

The Art of Poetry
Vincent Sherry, Professor of English and Anna Preus, PhD candidate

Public Speaking: Embodied Communication
William WhitakerProfessor in the Practice of Drama

Introduction to Psychology
Leonard Green, Professor of Psychological & Brain Sciences, Professor of Economics
Review session and tutoring with PhD candidates Leah Schultz and Natasha Tonge

America in the Age of Inequality: The Gilded Age & the Progressive Era
Margaret Garb, Professor of History, Co-Director, Washington University Prison Education Program, Director, Honors Program, Department of History
Review session and tutoring with PhD candidate Brandon Wilson

 

Summer 2017

  • Critical and Researched Writing (3 units), Greg Ott, Instructor in College Writing

  • Fundamentals of Writing (3 units), Erik Strobl, Lecturer in College Writing

  • Concepts in Chemistry (1.5 units), Calynn Johnson-Morrison, graduate student instructor

  • College Algebra and Pre-Calculus (non-credit workshop), Gong Cheng, graduate student instructor

Spring 2017

  • Power, Justice, and the City (3 units), Clarissa Hayward, Associate Professor of Political Science

    Losing the Farm: 20th Century Agriculture in a Global Context (3 units),

  • Venus Bivar, Assistant Professor of History

  • Reading Shakespeare (3 units), Robert Wiltenburg, Dean Emeritus, University College

  • Global Energy and the American Dream (3 units), Bret Gustafson, Associate Professor of Sociocultural Anthropology

  • American Literature before 1865: The Making of America (3 units), Barbara Baumgartner, Senior Lecturer in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

  • Manifesto, Story, and Verse (2 units), Eileen G’Sell, Lecturer in College Writing

  • Pre-Calculus (non-credit workshop), Gong Cheng, graduate student instructor

  • Genetics in Everyday Life (staff course), Carolyn Herman, Associate Dean in the College of Arts & Sciences

Fall 2016

  • Classical to Renaissance Literature (3 units), Robert Henke, Professor of Drama and Comparative Literature

  • Introduction to Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (3 units), Jami Ake, Senior Lecturer in the Interdisciplinary Project for the Humanities and Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

  • Pre-calculus (3 units), Roya Beheshti Zavareh, Associate Professor of Mathematics

  • College Writing I (3 units), Greg Ott, College Writing Program Coordinator and Mentor

  • History of Political Thought: Theoretical Foundations of the Market Society (1 unit), Jennifer Hudson, Lecturer in Political Science

  • Creative Writing (non-credit workshop), Eileen G’Sell, Lecturer in the College Writing Program

  • “Based on a True Story”: Creative Nonfiction Writing I (staff course), Eileen G’Sell, Lecturer in the College Writing Program