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A Gallery of Spotlights
EXTD111: Product Creation for All
Amy Banzaert's introductory engineering laboratory course involves students in every level of product development.
ES103: Food, Agriculture & Sustainability
Professor Jay Turner's first-year seminar explores questions of food from an interdisciplinary and a (tasty) hands-on perspective.
How Grimm is Disney? Students examine similar questions in the study of German fairy tales with Anjeana Hans.
An unusual offering: a P.E. class with Connie Bauman that won't meet your P.E. requirement—but will earn you academic credit!
FREN 306 Literature and Inhumanity: Novel, Poetry, and Film in Interwar France
Troubled dreams in perilous times: A French take on the dark side of the 20th century.
ITAS 101: Elementary Italian and ITAS 201:
Intermediate Italian In this hyper-active lab, Italian acquires a physical form and becomes a living experience.
ARTH 175/BISC 175 First-Year Seminar: The Art and Science of Food in Italy, from the Renaissance to the Slow Food Movement
A delicious mixture of humanities and botany in one first-year seminar.
AMST 315: Beats, Rhymes, and Life: Hip-Hop Studies
Hip-hop is alive and well at Wellesley, and we play it loud and proud in the American Studies department!
CS320: Tangible User Interfaces – Exploring the Future of Human-Computer Interaction
How will people interact with computers in the future? Will the keyboard and the mouse become relics of the past?