Cromwell Center

Open Classrooms

Some of our colleagues have generously offered to open their classrooms to us this year. Here’s chance to see your colleagues in action!

To sign up, please follow this link

For full course descriptions, see below.

You may sign up to observe as many classes as you’d like. Spots in courses are limited and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Sign up closes 48 hours before the class meeting time.

Mon. Feb. 19

Tues. 20

Wed. 21

Thurs. 22

12:30-1:20

Chemistry Seminar 

Toll S204

 

1:30-2:20

PSY 234

GLDS 208

 

1:30-4:00

ENG 354

Rose O’Neill Literary House Porch

 

 

12:30-1:20

Chemistry Seminar

Toll S204

 

 

10:00-11:15

ECN 112 

Smith 332

Mon. Feb. 26

Tues. 27

Wed. 28

Thurs. Mar 1

 10:30-11:20

CHE 410

Toll S204

 

12:30-1:20

Chemistry Seminar

Toll S204

 

1:30-2:20

PSY 234

GLDS 208

 

1:30-4:00

ENG 354

Rose O’Neill Literary House

 10:00-11:15

ECN 112 

Smith 332

 

1:00-2:15

 

SOLD OUT!

POL 386

Smith 110

 

 

 10:30-11:20

CHE 410

Toll S204

 

12:30-1:20

Chemistry Seminar

Toll S204

 

 

 10:00-11:15

ECN 112 

Smith 332

  

10:00-11:15

 SOLD OUT! POL 341

Smith 226

 

1:00-2:15

SOLD OUT! POL 386

Smith 110

 

 

Additional information

CHE 410: Fundamentals of Materials Science

Anne Marteel-Parrish

Number of faculty observers possible: 10

Type of class or type of teaching highlighted: Lecture and discussion with students.

 

Chemistry Seminar: Preparing our Chemistry Majors for the 21st Century 

Anne Marteel-Parrish

Number of faculty observers possible: 10

Type of class or type of teaching highlighted: Lecture and in-class discussion with students.

 

ENG 354: Literary Editing and Publishing

James Hall

Number of faculty observers possible: up to 20.

Type of class or type of teaching highlighted: Class is mostly a discussion format; we have Skype visitors from literary editors scheduled for both those days (usually in the 1:30-3:00 range).  But colleagues are welcome to see how those work too!

 

ECN 112: Introduction to Microeconomics

Brian Scott

Number of faculty observers possible: 7

Type of class or type of teaching highlighted: seminar, lecture, and maybe a classroom activity (experiment)

 

POL 386: Comparative Peace Processes (SOLD OUT!)

Christine Wade

Number of faculty observers possible: 2

Type of class or type of teaching highlighted: discussion

 

POL 341: Politics of Development (SOLD OUT!)

Christine Wade

Number of faculty observers possible: 2

Type of class or type of teaching highlighted: discussion

 

PSY 234: Psychopathology II

Lauren Littlefield

Number of faculty observers possible: up to 6

Type of class or type of teaching highlighted:  On Feb 19, we will be practicing how to analyze neurodevelopmental cases. Small and large group discussion will consume much of the class period. On Feb 26, this class period on sex and gender concepts will be predominantly lecture, interspersed with brief reflection, video clips, and discussion.