And now we continue where we left off with our look at the First-year Writing Seminars from the faculty perspective. . . Adam Meyer, Associate Professor of Jewish Studies Civil Rights and Civil Wrongs: Black-Jewish Relations in the 1950s and 1960s “Teaching a First-Year Writing Seminar is one of the aspects of being a Vanderbilt...
Jay recently asked several professors what it is like to teach the First-year Writing Seminars, the small-group, discussion based courses that all students in the College of Arts and Science take during their first year at Vanderbilt.
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