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Asked & Answered: Spring courses

February 10, 2014

“I’m most excited for Disease Resistance (BIO 400E) because we’re going to look at not only how humans respond, but how all different types of life react to disease.”
Julie Gosselin ’14
Hometown: Pleasant Prairie, Wis.
Majors: Biology and Chemistry

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“Water Aerobics! (EXS 0160) The teacher is nice and, come on, who wouldn’t want to play in water for an hour every day?”
Annika Nielsen ‘17
Hometown: Bristol, Wis.
Majors: Communication and Public Relations

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“I’m excited for my independent study in Advanced Drawing. I think it will be not only productive, but wonderfully enjoyable, and help me keep my sanity.”
Carolyn Griffiths ‘14
Hometown: Naperville, Ill.
Majors: Studio Art and Spanish

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“Advanced Research Methods in Psychology (PYC 400A). It’s a very intense class where we continue a research project the professor started. It’s real research, and we present at a psychology conference in April. If we do well, we might even get published.”
Tim Riding ‘14
Hometown: Northlake, Ill.
Major: Psychology

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“Security Portfolio Analysis (MGT 4050). It’s exciting to actually apply what I’ve learned in the past years.”
Ryan Lindsay ‘14
Hometown: Oswego, Ill.
Majors: Finance and Economics

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“I find Intro to 2D Design (ART 1070) to be very creative, and I think it will open up my mind to different aspect of design.”
Lee Mboya ‘17
Hometown: Nairobi, Kenya
Majors: Graphic Design and Communication

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“Elementary Physical Education (EXS 2700) is a lot of hands-on experience and a lot of field hours, but it’s something I’ve always wanted to learn about more in-depth.”
Alex Ferruzzi ‘16
Hometown: Bristol, Wis.
Major: Physical Education, Sports and Fitness

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“Foundations of Mathematical Thought (GFW 2420) is going to be a really stimulating class. I’m excited to go through how we know math and how it works. I think the class will cover really cool topics.”
Patrick Berard ‘14
Hometown: Milwaukee, Wis.
Major: Computer Science