Undergraduate Fellows Seminar

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.

Fall 2014

Program theme: "Time"
Coordinator: Mike Frank, English and Media Studies
Faculty: Mystica Alexander [Law], Iris Berdrow [MG], Dominique Haughton [MA] and Bruce Herzberg [EMS]

Books: A Brief History of Time by Stephen Hawking and
A Geography of Time: The Temporal Misadventures of a Social Psychologist by Robert V. Levine
                                      

Spring 2014

Program theme: "What Computer Can't Do"
Coordinator: Mike Frank, English and Media Studies
Faculty: Tatiana Manolova, Les Waguspack, Angma Jhala and Marcus Stewart

Books:
                                 

Fall 2013

Program theme: Democracy in America
Coordinator: Mike Frank, English and Media Studies
Faculty: Marcy Crary, Ranjoo Herr, Fred Ledley, Edward Zlotkowski

Books                        

 
Fall 2012

Coordinator: Mike Frank, English and Media Studies
Program theme for 2012: What is a Just Society?

Faculty: Benjamin Aslinger, Juliet Gainsborough, Michael Haselkorn, Nada Nasr

Books 

                    

Fall 2011

Program theme for 2011: The Good Life

  • Bridie Andrews, History
  • Linda McJannet, English and Media Studies
  • Aaron Nurick, Management
  • Scott Sumner, Economics
     

Fall 2010

Program theme for 2010: The Science of Human Nature

The fall 2010 seminar will be led by professors in the fields of IPM, history, accounting, and global studies, and will focus on the theme of “The Science of Human Nature.” 
Seminar Faculty Leaders:

  • Dorothy Feldman, Accountancy
  • Kristin Sorensen, Global Studies
  • Catherine Usoff, Information and Process Management
  • Cyrus Veeser, History

Fall 2009

Program theme for 2009: Representation