The Johnston Center offers a variety of classes every semester. Each year, faculty members work with Johnston students to create unique seminars that reflect student and faculty interests.
In our Curriculum Building Meetings, students and faculty members brainstorm ideas for courses and invent new ways of approaching topics of interest.
Interdisciplinary seminars offered by Johnston faculty members enable students to explore methods of connecting their interests from several academic disciplines.
Johnston students are also able to take full advantage of classes taught in the College of Arts and Sciences. In most cases, Johnston students contract their classes for narrative evaluation rather than numerical grades.
Here are a few examples of Johnston seminars from recent semesters: