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Join us from April 5-16 for Clark In Session, our virtual class visit program for admitted students. Browse course preview options from the list below, then choose one to attend. See you in class!

Please register for only one class so we have room for all who are interested. Thank you!

The City Rises by Umberto Boccioni

Art History

Art and the Experience of Modernity, 1880-1940

In this class, examine how major movements in avant-garde art engaged the modern world.

Dates: April 5, 8, 12, and 15

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Bee pollinating flower

BIOLOGY

Biology of Symbiosis

From lichens to pollination syndromes, learn about symbioses (the ubiquitous associations among different species) in this discussion-based seminar.

Dates: April 5, 8, 12, and 15

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Student holding Petri dish

Biology

Introduction to Biology II Lab (Section 1)

This laboratory course explores the diversity of life, from cells to organisms.

Dates: April 6 and 13

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Student holding Petri dish

Biology

Introduction to Biology II Lab (Section 2)

This laboratory course explores the diversity of life, from cells to organisms.

Dates: April 6 and 13

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Student holding Petri dish

Biology

Introduction to Biology II Lab (Section 3)

This laboratory course explores the diversity of life, from cells to organisms.

Dates: April 6 and 13

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Satellite in space

GEOGRAPHY

Advanced Raster GIS

Learn more about the raster (cell matrix) model of geographic information system mapping.

Dates: April 6, 8, and 15

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Digital elevation model

Geography

Advanced Remote Sensing

Students gain an understanding of the physical principles underlying remote sensing systems, learn to analyze remotely sensed data, and apply these insights across disciplines.

Dates: April 6, 8, 13, and 15

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History

History of Sexuality: 1750 to the Present

Examine how different societies in different times determined what was licit and what was illicit sexual behavior.

Dates: April 6, 9, 13, and 16

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Building blocks of leadership

MANAGEMENT

The Art and Science of Management (Section 2)

Through readings, lecture, service learning, case analyses, role plays and experiential exercises, students will consider how business is embedded into the larger society.

Dates: April 8, 12, and 15

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Building blocks of leadership

MANAGEMENT

The Art and Science of Management (Section 5)

Through readings, lecture, service learning, case analyses, role plays and experiential exercises, students will consider how business is embedded into the larger society.

Dates: April 8, 13, and 15

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Analysis of past media

Media, Culture, and the Arts

Introduction to the Theory, History & Analysis of Media

In this interdisciplinary course, students examine media texts in their historical, economic, social, and political contexts. Professor Manon is happy to meet with interested students after class.

Dates: April 5, 7, 12, and 14

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Soundwaves

Music

Post-Music

Trace the development of Avant Garde Music’s movement from the world or research, fine art, and academia to its incorporation into the everyday popular music we consume. Examine the impact of technology, business, social changes, and artistic movements on the development and popularization of new music.

Dates: April 6

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Buddha statue

Philosophy

Asian Philosophy

Explore the wisdom of traditions of Asia from a philosophical point of view, focusing on Daoism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Vedanta, and the Satyagraha movement. Class begins with a five-minute meditation.

Dates: April 5, 7, 9, 12, 14, and 16

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Statue of philosopher Socrates in Athens

PHILOSOPHY

Personal Values

Students learn some important moral theories and methods used to reason philosophically about moral questions.

Dates: April 5, 7, 9, 12, 14, and 16

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PHILOSOPHY

Philosophy of Religion

In this class, students examine religion as a form of world view and a perennial dimension of human experience.

Dates: April 5, 7, 9, 12, 14, and 16

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Electricity lab experiment

PHYSICS

Electricity and Magnetism

Topics in this upper-level physics course include electro- and magnetostatics and electrodynamics through Maxwell’s equations and relativity.

Dates: April 6 and 13

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Tesla coil

Physics

Introductory Physics: Part II, with Calculus

In this problem-oriented and interactive course, students will learn about electricity and magnetism.

Dates: April 6, 8, 13, and 15

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Superconductor magnet levitating

Physics

Thermodynamics

This course will introduce students to the concepts of thermal physics, with the goal of understanding the behavior of macroscopic systems on the basis of the Laws of Thermodynamics.

Dates: April 6, 8, 13, and 15

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Map of Middle East

POLITICAL SCIENCE

Arab-Israeli Conflict

Explore the Arab-Israeli conflict, from its origins to possibilities for future resolution.

Dates: April 5, 7, 12, and 14

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Left brain versus right brain

Psychology

General Psychology

This course serves as an introduction to the principles of human behavior and to the various sub-disciplines of psychology.

Dates: April 6, 8, 13, and 15

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Father helping child learn how to ride bike

PSYCHOLOGY

Human Development and Culture

Learn about the ways in which an individual’s psychological and social development take place in a cultural context.

Dates: April 6, 8, 13, and 15

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woman solving puzzle

Psychology

Introduction to Cognition

Examine the cognitive processes of learning, memory, and decision making and how these processes help us understand our own behavior and that of others.

Dates: April 6, 8, 12, and 14

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Psychology eye tracker lab

PSYCHOLOGY

Lab in Program Evaluation

This hands-on course gives students the opportunity to conduct research on program evaluation, which can be used to improve program services and individual learning.

Dates: April 7 and 14

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Group of young people taking selfie

PSYCHOLOGY

Narrative and Friendship

In this capstone course, explore the theme of “Friendship” through narrative and collaboration.

Dates: April 5, 8, 12, and 15

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Woman outdoors in yoga pose

PSYCHOLOGY

The Psychology of Mindfulness

Examine the intersection between contemplative practice such as mindfulness meditation and recent empirical research in cognitive neuroscience, affective science, and clinical psychology.

Dates: April 5 and 12

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Guernica by Pablo Picasso

Psychology

The Social Psychology of Intergroup Violence, Oppression, and Liberation

Understand why violence and injustice between different ethnic, racial, religious, and national groups occurs, and what we can do about it. This particular class session will cover racism.

Dates: April 13 and 15

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Man reading play script

Screen Studies

Intro to Screenwriting

Understand and apply the theories and principles behind writing for the screen. Professor Manon is happy to meet with interested students after class.

Dates: April 6, 9, 13,  and 16

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Spanish words in book

SPANISH

Advanced Oral and Written Spanish

An advanced Spanish language course offering a sophisticated review of grammar.

Dates: April 5, 8, 12, and 15

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Dia de los muertos

SPANISH

Intermediate Spanish I

Develop an awareness and appreciation of Hispanic cultures while reviewing Spanish grammar through reading, writing and conversation.

Dates: April 6, 8, 13, and 15

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Black women raising hands in air

Women’s and Gender Studies

Black Feminist Thought

This course engages in critical examination of the key issues, assumptions, debates and political commitments that populate Black feminist thought.

Dates: April 6 and 13

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Woman in male dominated field

Women’s and Gender Studies

Topics in Feminist Theory: Gender and Power

How does gender inequality arise, both within formal and informal institutions? This course examines the relationship between gender and power both theoretically and empirically.

Dates: April 8 and 15

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