HCAH 2012-13 Undergraduate Fellows

Nineteen undergraduate fellows have been selected for the 2012-13 Student Seminar program, including majors from the departments of Biology, Classics, Computer Science, English, Environmental Studies, History, Mathematics, Music, Philosophy, Physics, Psychology, Religion, and Spanish.

Nineteen undergraduate fellows have been selected for the 2012-13 Student Seminar program, including majors from the departments of Biology, Classics, English, Environmental Studies, History, Mathematics, Music, Philosophy, Physics, Psychology, Religion, and Spanish.

Student Seminars are interdisciplinary not-for-credit classes designed and run by students in consultation with a Faculty Advisor. Students are invited each spring to propose a theme or subject of interest that they would like to explore in a group setting the following fall. Selected seminars for Fall 2012 include:

Asperger Syndrome and its Role in Literature and Film

Seminar Leader: Alec Johnsson '15 Faculty Advisor: Debora Sherman (English) Members: Aspen deVries ‘14, Math; Physics minor Cara Kiefer ‘13, Psychology Koreana Pak ‘15 Darwin Keung ‘14, Biology; Environmental Studies minor; Neural and Behavioral Sciences concentration

Form, Content, Difficulties: Textual Embodiments from Plato to Kindle

Seminar Leader: Aubree Penney '13 (Religion and English) Faculty Advisor: Gus Stadler (English) Members: Catherine Casem ‘15 Eliana Kohrman-Glaser ‘15 Ian Gavigan ‘14, History and Religion Christopher Morrison ‘15 Ryan Rebel ‘14, English Sally Weathers ‘13, Philosophy & Spanish

Music and the Sacred: the Intersection of Religion and the Auditory Arts

Seminar Leader: Micah Walter '14 (Music and Computer Science) Faculty Advisor: Robert Germany (Classics) Members: Kiran Rajamani ‘14, Classics Matt Walker ‘13, History; Classics Minor Naomi Goodman ‘14, Psychology, Music, Neuroscience Robin Banerji ‘15 Tianyi Yang ‘15 Robert Homan ‘14, Religion