Summer Program

Summer 2015 Courses

ARTS 131: Drawing I
Ken Ten Eyck, visiting assistant professor of Art

ENGL 270: Writing Creative Nonfiction
Anne Greene, adjunct professor of English

ENGL 235: Childhood in America
Indira Karamcheti, associate professor of English

ECON 127: Financial Accounting
Martin Gosman, visiting professor of Economics

GOVT 387: Foreign Policy at the Movies
Douglas Foyle, associate professor of Government

QAC 156: Working with R (NOTE: .25 credit course)
Jennifer Cooper, postdoctoral fellow in Psychology

??? XXX: Legal Thinking
David Winakor, General Counsel and Secretary of the University

BIOL/MB&B 181: Principles of Biology I
Rosemarie Doris, visiting assistant professor of Biology

BIOL/MB&B 191: Principles of Biology I Lab (NOTE: .5 credit course)
Rosemarie Doris, visiting assistant professor of Biology

BIOL/MB&B 182: Principles of Biology II
Kathryn Stellitano McDonald, former research associate - Biology

BIOL/MB&B 192: Principles of Biology II Lab (NOTE: .5 credit course)
Kathryn Stellitano McDonald, former research associate - Biology

CHEM 250: Pre-Organic Chemistry: Key Concepts & Fundamental Principles
Andrea Roberts, visiting assistant professor of Chemistry

COMP 112: Introduction to Computing
James Lipton, professor of Computer Science

PSYC 230: Developmental Psychology
Anna Shusterman, associate professor of Psychology

Recently Offered Summer Session Courses

Full course descriptions are available on WesMaps.

ARCP 373/ANTH 373/AFAM 327/AMST 258 Field Methods in Archaeology: Beman Triangle Excavation, Sarah Croucher

ARST 480/FILM 441 Video Art, Janne Holtermann

BIOL 182/MB&B 182 Principles of Biology II, Kate McDonald

BIOL 192/MB&B 192 Principles of Biology II Lab, Rosemarie Doris

CHEM 125 Chemistry and Society, Suara Adediran    

E&ES 322 Introduction to GIS, Kim Diver

ENGL 288 Poets, Radicals, and Reactionaries: Romantic Poetry in Conversation, Stephanie Weiner

GOVT 155 International Politics, Giulio Gallarotti

MATH 121 Calculus I, Part I, Leah Karker

ARST 131 Drawing I, Juliana Romano       

AMST 225 Latinidad: The Worlds of Latina/o Studies, Laura Grappo   

BIOL 181/MB&B 181 Principles of Biology I, Rosemarie Doris

BIOL 191/MB&B 191 Principles of Biology I Lab, Rosemarie Doris    

BIOL 254/NS&B 254 Comparative Animal Behavior, John Kirn

COMP 112 Introduction to Programming, James Lipton

ENGL 290 Place, Character and Design: Techniques in Writing Nonfiction and Fiction, Anne Greene          

GOVT 387 Foreign Policy at the Movies, Douglas Foyle   

HIST 318/COL 218 Post-Modern Theory with Historical Intent, Ethan Kleinberg

PSYC 228/NS&B 228 Clinical Neuropsychology, Matthew Kurtz

PSYC 258 Positive Psychology, Mariah Schug

QAC 201/SOC 257/GOVT 201/PSYC 280/NS&B 280 Applied Data Analysis, Jennifer Rose


Wesleyan undergraduate students are welcome to develop an individual or group tutorial with a faculty member during Summer Session. Download the Tutorial Form from the Summer Session bucket in your e-portfolio to begin the process.  The tuition for a tutorial is the same tuition that is charged for any 3-credit Summer Session course. For more information about tutorials, see the Academic Regulations.


Wesleyan students may arrange internships off campus for credit. For more information please visit the Career Center Intership page.

Professors Higgins and Collins

Summer Session 2012 Psych Institute