If you have questions about enrollment in first-year seminars, contact your academic advisor.
First-Year Seminars offer the opportunity to explore varied interests in small class settings with close faculty contact. More than 30 seminar topics cover a wide range of interests, from bioethics and math, to art history and English. All seminars provide opportunities for critical reading and thinking and establish a foundation for effective written and oral communications skills, information literacy, and library research skills.
Inside the razor-wire fence surrounding Bon Air Juvenile Correctional Center, students learn how storytelling can incite social change
Professor Yvonne Howell's new course focuses on sustainability in the context of Russian science and literature