The Undergraduate Fellows Seminar includes 12 to 15 highly motivated students and four professors, each one bringing a different form of expertise to the study of important books that enrich student understanding of the arts, history, literature, business, politics, and life in general. Books chosen to enrich understanding of society, business, the arts, and politics.
Program Theme: "Music and Culture"
Coordinator: Greg Hall, Natural and Applied Sciences
Faculty:Tamara Babaian [Computer Information Systems], Marcy Crary [Management], Christian Rubio [Modern Languages], Heikki Topi [Computer Information Systems]
Music in America: Experiencing Music, Expressing Culture by Adelaida Reyes
Thinking Musically: Experiencing Music, Expressing Culture by Bonnie C. Wade
Click here for a description of the Spring 2016 Seminar.
The Varieties of Religious Experience: A Study in Human Nature by William James
The Structure of Scientific Revolutions: 50th Anniversary Edition Paperback -  by Thomas S. Kuhn