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News & Updates
Spring 2015

The Spring 2015 PDF brochure is now available.

This page lists seminars which have been recently added to the semester's offerings, seminars with seats still available, and cancelled seminars. This page does not include changes to day, time, location or other course-specific details. If you are enrolled in a seminar, be sure to check for these changes at the FSS website and the online schedule of classes before your first class meeting.

Course Threads = Course Threads Seminar Creating Change = Creating Change Seminar Connections@Cal = Connections@Cal Seminar = On the Same Page Seminar = Berkeley Arts Seminar = Food for Thought Seminar


Recently Added (since October 17, 2014)

For Freshmen:

  • Mathematics 24, Sec. 2: Mathematics in Film and Fiction (1 unit, P/NP) - 01/13/2015
  • Chicano Studies 24, Sec. 1: Chicano Civil Rights Movement (1 unit, P/NP) - 01/13/2015
  • Food for Thought Physics 24, Sec. 1: The Big Bang (1 unit, P/NP) - 01/13/2015
  • Integrative Biology 24, Sec. 3: How and Why Do Birds Sing (1 unit, P/NP) - 01/08/2015
  • Anthropology 39A, Sec. 1: Free Speech, Civil Rights, & Human Rights in Global Perspective (4 units, TBA) - 11/06/2014
  • Berkeley Arts Seminars Molecular and Cell Biology 90A, Sec. 1: A Sampling of the Performing Arts at Berkeley (1 unit, P/NP) - 10/29/2014

    For Sophomores:

  • Japanese 84, Sec. 1: Local Intimacies, Global Screens (2 units, LG) - 01/20/2015 SEATS AVAILABLE
  • Anthropology 39A, Sec. 1: Free Speech, Civil Rights, & Human Rights in Global Perspective (4 units, TBA) - 11/06/2014
  • Connections@Cal Electrical Engineering 84, Sec. 1: Hands-on Ham Radio (2 units, P/NP) - 10/29/2014


    Seats Available

    For Freshmen:

    Please check back.

    For Sophomores:

  • Japanese 84, Sec. 1: Local Intimacies, Global Screens (2 units, LG)


    Cancelled

    There are currently no cancelled seminars.
    Freshman and Sophomore Seminars are co-sponsored by the Undergraduate Division
    of the College of Letters & Science and the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education.
    For further information about the program,
    contact Alix Schwartz (alix@berkeley.edu / 642-8378).
    Problems and errors should be reported to the webmaster.

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