Office of the Registrar

Fall 2020 Course Structural Descriptions

The Reed faculty have worked to offer a rich blend of in-person and online designed courses with options for remote and local access. These designations will be available in SOLAR as students register. The structural descriptions available on these pages should give additional detail regarding the proportion of in-person vs. online activities and whether the virtual activities will be synchronous or asynchronous. Additional detail will be on course syllabi.

All in-person components of every course, whether in-person design or a face-to-face component of an online design course with local access option will follow appropriate physical distancing protocols. Students will be expected to wear face coverings while in class. Course instructors will dismiss any student not adhering to these policies and any repeated offense will carry serious consequences. Each instructor retains the option to move to an online format for safety or pedagogical purposes. The course syllabus will contain information about the circumstances and the process by which a course, or course component would move online. All courses, including in-person design with no online option, will accommodate students who need to isolate or become ill. In some instances, a student may temporarily join a parallel online section of the same course while in other instances the course material may be made available remotely by some other arrangement. The course syllabus will include information about this process. The structural descriptions are provided for each section/component of a course. Students should verify that all required components of the course can accommodate their physical locations. Questions about specific courses should be directed to the instructor.

The description for those courses with new sections, should be considered tentative and exact section numbers may be subject to change.

Anthropology

ANTH 211 F01 - Introduction to Anthropology - Silverstein

In-person design / no option: This course will meet twice per week for 80 minutes as per usual Reed classes. Students needing remote access should sign up for sections F02, F03 or F04.

ANTH 211 F02 - Introduction to Anthropology - Silverstein

Online design / no option: The course consists of two 80-minute synchronous Zoom meetings that will combine interactive lectures, large-group discussions, and small-group breakout rooms. Some pre-recorded short lecture material may be made available ahead of time. (This section may move to in person depending on demand) 

ANTH 211 F03 - Introduction to Anthropology - Carpentier

Online design / no option. This course consists of 80-minute live-streamed interactive lectures and 80-minute student-collaboration sessions. The instructor will circulate among the collaboration sessions. All students will meet online.

ANTH 211 F04 - Introduction to Anthropology - Carpentier

Online design / no option: This course consists of 80-minute live-streamed interactive lectures and 80-minute student-collaboration sessions. The instructor will circulate among the collaboration sessions. All students will meet online.

ANTH 211 F05 - Introduction to Anthropology - Silverstein

In-person design / no option: This course will meet twice per week for 80 minutes as per usual Reed classes. Students needing remote access should sign up for sections F02, F03 or F04.

ANTH 343 F - African Pasts, African Futures - Brada

Online design/local access option: The course will be organized around online discussion and short synchronous lectures, and the class will be broken into groups of approximately 2-3 students to engage, either in person or online, in collaborative projects over the course of the semester. All students will have opportunities to meet with the instructor individually or in these small groups, either in person or online.

ANTH 342 F - Language and Medicine - Brada

Online design/local access option: The course will be organized around online discussion and short synchronous lectures, and the class will be broken into groups of approximately 3 students to engage, either in person or online, in collaborative projects over the course of the semester. All students will have opportunities to meet with the instructor individually or in these small groups, either in person or online.

ANTH 344 F - Sex and Gender - Makley

Online design/local access option: The course will be organized around online discussion and short synchronous lectures, and the class will be broken into groups of approximately 3 students to engage, either in person or online, in collaborative projects over the course of the semester. All students will have opportunities to meet with the instructor individually or in these small groups, either in person or online.

ANTH 351 F - Postcolonial Europe - Silverstein

CANCELLED

ANTH 366 F - Black, Indian, Other in Brazil - Sullivan

Online design/local access option: All students will meet synchronously at all scheduled meeting times, either in person or online. This course accommodates remote students.

ANTH 395 F - Globalization - Makley

Tu F01 & F02 Online together
Th F01 in person section
Th F02 1 online section

Online design/local access option: This course will consist of one day per week 80-minute online discussion, with 1 day of in-person discussions with half the class each, but for a shorter time (max 50 mins). If there are a significant number of remote access students, the course will consist of one day per week 80-minute online discussion, with one day per week 50-minute session in person for local students, and one 50-minute online session for remote students. Extra time will be made up with organized synchronous or asynchronous small group work, either in person or online. There will also be opportunities for in-person office hours with 1-3 students.

ANTH 405 F - Semiotic Anthropology - Carpentier

Online design / no option: This course consists of 170-minute sessions. 40-minute live-streamed interactive lectures, followed by 60-minute group discussion, and then 70-minute student-group collaboration sessions. The instructor will circulate among the collaboration sessions. All students will meet online.

ANTH 442 F - Ontological Politics - Sullivan

Online design/local access option: All students will meet synchronously at all scheduled meeting times, either in person or online. This course accommodates remote students.

ANTH 541 - Global Health: Critical Perspectives - Brada
MALS Course

Online design / no option: This half unit course will meet synchronously online Tuesdays 6:00 to 7:30 pm.

Art

ART 170 F - Introductory Drawing - Knutson

In-person design / no option: If the enrollment exceeds the occupancy limit allowed for the studio space, this class will be divided into two sections. Each section will meet as a group with the instructor once a week in 1 ½ hour sessions for demonstrations and discussions of in-class work, outside assignments and readings. The second weekly session will involve independent work either in the studio or outside, and individual online conferences with the instructor. Some of the classwork and weekend outside assignments will require access to the studio outside of class time, but most of the assignments can be completed away from the art building. Periodic slide shows will either be presented in class or linked to the class online site. The two sections will exchange and respond to each other’s works, also posted on the class online site.

ART 175 F - Relief Printmaking - Tetenbaum

In-person design / remote access option: Students will meet synchronously at scheduled times as situation allows. However when meeting in-person, half of the students will be in person and half will attend remotely taking turns. In some weeks, especially if the course materials are easily translated into online, we may all meet online to reduce risk. Whether to meet in-person or all online will depend on the circumstances and the nature of the course material. When online, we will be using virtual technology to discuss material. Material will be delivered online in a combination/ of synchronous and asynchronous formats. This course can accommodate remote students as they would always participate remotely.

ART 180 F - Art and Language - Tetenbaum

In-person design / remote access option: Students will meet synchronously at scheduled times as situation allows. However when meeting in-person, half of the students will be in person and half will attend remotely taking turns. In some weeks, especially if the course materials are easily translated into online, we may all meet online to reduce risk. Whether to meet in-person or all online will depend on the circumstances and the nature of the course material. When online, we will be using virtual technology to discuss material. Material will be delivered online in a combination/ of synchronous and asynchronous formats. This course can accommodate remote students as they would always participate remotely.

ART 181 F - Architectonic Structures - Ondrizek

In-person design / remote-access option: Depending on enrollment, the class may be in two sections. All students will meet synchronously once a week for 60 minutes for group discussion on readings and films, to meet visiting artist, and for one on one conferences with the professor. Students will have studio access at least 3 hours per week for in-person instruction in tool use and project construction with the studio technician present. Tutorials on tool use and assignment construction will be viewed remotely before in-studio work time. Final projects will be displayed in the studio for all to see in person and photographed for online critiques with the full class. This course can accommodate remote students. Assignments will be altered and all work can be photographed for online review.

ART 182 F - Material Objects Ondrizek

In-person design / remote-access option: Depending on enrollment, the class may be in two sections. All students will meet synchronously once a week for 60 minutes for group discussion on readings and films, to meet visiting artist, and for one on one conferences with the professor. Students will have studio access at least 3 hours per week for in-person instruction in tool use and project construction with the studio technician present. Tutorials on tool use and assignment construction will be viewed remotely before in-studio work time. Final projects will be displayed in the studio for all to see in person and photographed for online critiques with the full class. This course can accommodate remote students. Assignments will be altered and all work can be photographed for online review.

ART 190 F (new section) - Art & Photography I - Miyoshi

In-person design / remote access option: Students will meet synchronously at scheduled times as situation allows. However when meeting in-person, half of the students will be in person and half will attend remotely taking turns. In some weeks, especially if the course materials are easily translated into online, we may all meet online to reduce risk. Whether to meet in-person or all online will depend on the circumstances and the nature of the course material. When online, we will be using virtual technology to discuss material. Material will be delivered online in a combination/ of synchronous and asynchronous formats. This course can accommodate remote students as they would always participate remotely.

Art 190 F (new section) - Art & Photography I (Section 2) - Miyoshi

In-person design / remote access option: Students will meet synchronously at scheduled meeting times as situation allows. However when meeting in-person, half of the students will be in person and half will attend remotely taking turns. In some weeks, especially if the course materials are easily translated into online, we may all meet online to reduce risk. Whether to meet in-person or all online will depend on the circumstances and the nature of the course material. Material will be delivered online in a combination/ of synchronous and asynchronous formats. This course can accommodate remote students as they would always participate remotely.

ART 195 F - Digital Imag & Codng w/Procssg - Miyoshi

CANCELLED

ART 201 F01 - Introduction to Art History - Wang

Online design / local access option: This course is organized around online discussion and lectures. Local-access students will have the opportunity to participate in optional discussion sessions to be held outdoors on the weekend, weather permitting. Office hours will be conducted online.

ART 201 F02 - Introduction to Art History - Wang

Online design / local access option: This course is organized around online discussion and lectures. Local-access students will have the opportunity to participate in optional discussion sessions to be held outdoors on the weekend, weather permitting. Office hours will be conducted online.

ART 271 F - Painting I - Knutson

In-person design / no option: If the enrollment exceeds the occupancy limit allowed for the studio space, this class will be divided into two sections. Each section will meet as a group with the instructor once a week in 1 ½ hour sessions for demonstrations and discussions of in-class work, outside assignments and readings. The second weekly session will involve independent work either in the studio or outside, and individual online conferences with the instructor. Some of the classwork and weekend outside assignments will require access to the studio outside of class time, but most of the assignments can be completed away from the art building. Periodic slide shows will either be presented in class or linked to the class online site. The two sections will exchange and respond to each other’s works, also posted on the class online site.

ART 293 F - Internet LitrcyCulturePractice - Miyoshi

In-person design / remote access option: Students will meet synchronously at scheduled meeting times as the situation allows. However when meeting in-person, half of the students will be in person and half will attend remotely taking turns. In some weeks, especially if the course materials are easily translated into online, we may all meet online to reduce risk. Whether to meet in-person or all online will depend on the circumstances and the nature of the course material. When online, we will be using virtual technology to discuss material. Material will be delivered online in a combination/ of synchronous and asynchronous formats. This course can accommodate remote students as they would always participate remotely.

ART 316 F - Medieval Manuscript Illuminatn - Diebold

Online design / local access option: This course will consist primarily of synchronous conference work, discussing readings and primary materials, but likely will also have some asynchronous writing/responses from students to help guide discussion. Depending on the number of students in residence and the ability to achieve pedagogical equity, some weeks students may be asked to visit special collections material on their own.

ART 353 F - Making an Exhibition - Diebold

Online design / local access option: Most of the class time will be spent in small online group discussions and small working groups with Diebold, Cohen, and Snyder circulating among the online groups. There will also be whole-class online discussions of the readings and exhibition plans in addition to twice weekly short check-ins. For local students there can be occasional small group meetings in the Cooley gallery to work with the art in the exhibition space.

ART 408 F - Renaissance Space - Katz

Online design / no option: This course is organized around online conference discussion. Local-access students may have the opportunity to participate in optional discussion sessions to be held outdoors, weather permitting. Office hours will be conducted online.

Biology

BIOL 101 F01 Topics in Biology I - Fey/Schaack

In-person design / no option: This is a lecture component for a lecture / lab course. Students must register for both components. There will be two 80min in person lectures each week. This section is capped at 50. Remote students or those preferring an online option should register for the F02 section. All lab components will be asynchronous online activities with specified times for consultation with the instructor.

BIOL 101 F02 - Topics in Biology I - Fey/Schaack

Online design / no option: This is a lecture section for a lecture / lab course. Students must register for both components. There will be two 80min pre-recorded lectures live streamed with instructors available for clarification questions. Students preferring an in-person option should register for F01. All lab components will be asynchronous online activities with specified times for consultation with the instructor.

BIOL 101 F11-F18 - Topics in Biology I: Lab - Fey/Schaack

Online design / no option: This is the lab portion for a lecture / lab course. Students must register for both components of BIO101. All lab activities can be completed asynchronously online but instructors will be available online at specified times for consultation on lab work.

BIOL 102 F - Topics in Biology II - Cerveny/Karoly

In person design / no option: This is a lecture section for a lecture / lab course. Students must register for both components. This course includes 80-minute, online, synchronous meetings twice a week that will be used primarily for lectures and secondarily for smaller group conferences. This course also includes an in-person 3-hour afternoon lab once a week. The course cannot be taken lecture only thus is described as "in-person" due to the lab activity.

BIOL 102 F21-30 - Topics in Biology II: Lab - Cerveny/Karoly

In person design / no option: This is the lab portion for a lecture / lab course. Students must register for both components of BIO102. Lab activities will occur in-person.

BIOL 211 F - Scientific Lit & Discourse - Fey

Online design / no option: This portion of the 2-part course will feature 80 minute online synchronous discussion to parallel the online (potentially asynchronous) participation in the weekly biology seminar series (60 minutes).

BIOL 211 F - Scientific Lit & Discourse - Fey

Online design / no option: While students are encouraged to attend the weekly departmental seminar synchronously to enable Q&A with the speaker, this 60 minute portion of the 2-part course can be attended asynchronously. Students must also register for the synchronous online discussion portion.

BIOL 303 F - Leaves to Landscapes - Ramirez

In person / no option: Lectures will be synchronous but online to minimize contact in doors unless outdoor, open air space is available. All lab activities will be conducted in-person outdoors (field work). As the lecture and lab must be taken concurrently, the course is considered to be in-person design.

BIOL 303 F - Leaves to Landscapes - Ramirez

In person / no option: Lectures will be synchronous but online to minimize contact in doors unless outdoor, open air space is available. All lab activities will be conducted in-person outdoors (field work). As the lecture and lab must be taken concurrently, the course is considered to be in-person design.

BIOL 303 F - Leaves to Landscapes - Ramirez

In person / no option: Lectures will be synchronous but online to minimize contact in doors unless outdoor, open air space is available. All lab activities will be conducted in-person outdoors (field work). As the lecture and lab must be taken concurrently, the course is considered to be in-person design.

BIOL 303 F - Leaves to Landscapes - Ramirez

In person / no option: Lectures will be synchronous but online to minimize contact in doors unless outdoor, open air space is available. All lab activities will be conducted in-person outdoors (field work). As the lecture and lab must be taken concurrently, the course is considered to be in-person design.

BIOL 331 F - Computational Systems Biology - Ritz

In-person design / remote access option. This is the lecture portion of a lecture/lab course for which students must register for both components. Lectures will be held in person on Monday & Friday, with the Wednesday time slot for individual or small group meetings with the instructor. This course is designed to also accommodate remote students. Office hours for lecture can be in-person or online.

BIOL 331 FL1 - Computational Systems Biology: Lab - Ritz

In person / no option. This is an in-person lab section for a lecture/lab course for which students must register for both components. Lab will meet in person each week for 2-4 hours depending on the project each week. (students looking for the online version should register for FL2)

BIOL331 FL2 - Computational Systems Biology: Lab - Ritz

Online / no option. This is a remote lab section for a lecture/lab course for which students must register for both components. Students will meet remotely in small groups each week for 2-4 hours depending on the project that week. (Students looking for the in-person version should register for FL1)

BIOL 342 F - Animal Behavior - Renn

In person / no option. This is the lecture portion of a lecture/lab course for which students must register for both components. All class meetings (lectures, discussion, and active learning) will be held in person

BIOL 342 FL1 - Animal Behavior: Lab - Renn

In person / no option. This is a lab section for a lecture/lab course for which students must register for both components. Lab will meet in person each week for 2-4 hours depending on the project each week.

BIOL 342 FL2 - Animal Behavior: Lab - Renn

In person / no option. This is a lab section for a lecture/lab course for which students must register for both components. Lab will meet in person each week for 2-4 hours depending on the project each week.

BIOL 342 FL3 - Animal Behavior: Lab - Renn

In person / no option. This is a lab section for a lecture/lab course for which students must register for both components. Lab will meet in person each week for 2-4 hours depending on the project each week.

BIOL 356 F - Gene Regulation - Shampay

In person / no option. This is the lecture portion of a lecture/lab course for which students must register for both components. Lectures will be in person, potentially supplemented with virtual activity.

BIOL 356 FL1 - Gene Regulation: Lab - Shampay

In person / no option. This is a lab section for a lecture/lab course for which students must register for both components. Lab will meet in person each week for 2-4 hours depending on the project each week.

BIOL 356 FL2 - Gene Regulation: Lab - Shampay

In person / no option. This is a lab section for a lecture/lab course for which students must register for both components. Lab will meet in person each week for 2-4 hours depending on the project each week.

BIOL 372 F - Cellular Biology - Applewhite

In person / no option. This is the lecture portion of a lecture/lab course for which students must register for both components. All class meetings (lectures, discussion, and active learning) will be held in person.

BIOL 372 FL1 - Cellular Biology: Lab - Applewhite

In person / no option. This is a lab section for a lecture/lab course for which students must register for both components. Lab will meet in person each week for 2-4 hours depending on the project each week.

BIOL 372 FL2 - Cellular Biology: Lab - Applewhite

In person / no option. This is a lab section for a lecture/lab course for which students must register for both components. Lab will meet in person each week for 2-4 hours depending on the project each week.

BIOL 381 F - Neurobiology & Physiology - Zornik

Online design / no option. This is the lecture portion of a lecture/lab course for which students must register for both components. All lecture material will be delivered online in a combination of synchronous and asynchronous formats. Office hours for this course will also be held online.

BIOL 381 FL1 - Neurobiology & Physiology: Lab - Zornik

In person design / no option. This is the lab portion of a lecture/lab course for which students must register for both components. This in-person lab section will meet face-to-face once each week for 3 hours of instruction and lab work.

BIOL 381 FL2 - Neurobiology & Physiology: Lab - Zornik

In person design / no option. This is the lab portion of a lecture/lab course for which students must register for both components. This in-person lab section will meet face-to-face once each week for 3 hours of instruction and lab work.

BIOL 381 FL3 - Neurobiology & Physiology - Zornik

In person design / no option. This is the lab portion of a lecture/lab course for which students must register for both components. This in-person lab section will meet face-to-face once each week for 3 hours of instruction and lab work.

BIOL 431 F01 - Sem: Developmental Neurobio - Cerveny

In-person / remote access option This course will meet in person each week to discuss primary research papers. Remote students will participate synchronously via video conferencing to participate in the discussion.

BIOL 431 F02 - Sem:Ecol & Evol-Plant Hum Interaction - Karoly

In-person / remote access option This course will meet in person each week to discuss primary research papers. Remote students can participate virtually in synchronous discussion.

BIOL 431 F04 - Sem: Integrative Neuroethology and Animal Behavr - Renn/Zornik

In-person / remote access option This course will meet in person each week to discuss primary research papers. Remote students can participate virtually in synchronous discussion. This course is merged with BIO431 F03.

BIOL 431 F03 - Sem: Integrative Neuroethology and Animal Behavr - Renn/Zornik

In-person / remote access option This course will meet in person each week to discuss primary research papers. Remote students can participate virtually in synchronous discussion. This course is merged with BIO431 F04.

Chemistry

CHEM 101 F21-F23 - Molecular Structure&Properties - Bowring

Online design / no option: This is the lecture/conference portion of a lecture/conference/lab course for which students must register for both a lecture/conference section and laboratory section. All lecture material will be delivered online in a combination of synchronous and asynchronous formats. Conferences will be conducted online in a synchronous format.

CHEM 101 F11-F13 - Molecular Structure&Properties - Chacón

Online design / no option: This is the lecture/conference portion of a lecture/conference/lab course for which students must register for both a lecture/conference section and laboratory section. All lecture material will be delivered online in a combination of synchronous and asynchronous formats. Conferences will be conducted online in a synchronous format.

CHEM 101 F31-F33 - Molecular Structure&Properties - Glasfeld

Online design / no option: This is the lecture/conference portion of a lecture/conference/lab course for which students must register for both a lecture/conference section and laboratory section. All lecture material will be delivered online in a combination of synchronous and asynchronous formats. Conferences will be conducted online in a synchronous format.

CHEM 101 FL1-F7 - Molecular Struct & Prop: Lab - Staff

Online design / no option: This is the laboratory/lab lecture portion of a lecture/conference/lab course. Lab lecture will be on-line and conducted asynchronously. Lab sections (register separately) will be on-line and conducted in a synchronous format.

CHEM 201 F01 - Organic Chemistry I - Shusterman

Online design / no option: This is the "flipped" lecture portion of a lecture/lab course for which students must register for both a lecture section and laboratory section. All lecture material will be delivered online in a combination of synchronous and asynchronous formats. Learn more at https://blogs.reed.edu/chem201202/2020/07/chem-201-in-fall-2020/

CHEM 201 F02 - Organic Chemistry I - Shusterman

CANCELLED

CHEM 201 FLL - Organic Chemistry I: Lab/Lect - Shusterman

Online design / no option: This is the lecture that will accompany the laboratory/lab lecture portion of a lecture/lab course. Lab lecture will be on-line and conducted asynchronously.

CHEM 201 FL1-FL4 - Organic Chemistry I: Lab - Staff

In-person design / no option: This is the laboratory portion of a lecture/conference/lab course. Lab sections (register separately) will have both in-person and on-line components. Remote students will complete a separate online lab activity. Learn more at https://blogs.reed.edu/chem201202/2020/07/chem-201-in-fall-2020/

CHEM 311 F - Analytical Chemistry - Fry

CANCELLED 311 students will be moved to 313

CHEM 313 - Quantitative Data Analysis for Chemists (in place of 311) - Fry

Online design / local-access option. This is the lecture portion of a lecture/lab course. The lecture is organized around online synchronous online lectures, discussions and group work.

CHEM 313L1 - Data Analysis Lab - Fry

Online design / local-access option. This is one of two lab sections (approximately 10 students) for a lecture/lab course. Students will work together on individual and small-group collaborative projects over the course of the semester. Local-access students will be partnered with other local students to enable in person collaboration, and will have opportunities to meet with the instructor in person in these small groups.

CHEM 313L1 - Data Analysis Lab - Fry

Online design / local-access option. This is one of two lab sections (approximately 10 students) for a lecture/lab course. Students will work together on individual and small-group collaborative projects over the course of the semester. Local-access students will be partnered with other local students to enable in person collaboration, and will have opportunities to meet with the instructor in person in these small groups.

CHEM 315 F - Physical Chemistry Laboratory - Ahuja

Online design / local-access option: This course meets for 80 minutes once a week. Each meeting will have a combination of online synchronous lectures, discussions and Labs. The class will be broken into groups of approximately 2-4 students to engage in collaborative NMR based experiments over the course of the semester. The NMR labs will be carried out remotely in a combination of synchronous and asynchronous formats. Local-access students will be partnered with each other to enable in person collaboration, and will have opportunities to meet with the instructor in person in these small groups.

CHEM 333 F - Quantum Mechanics & Mol Struct - Gerrity

In-person design / no option: This course meets for 50 minutes 4 days each week for all of the students. Each meeting will contain a mixture of lecture, conference and Q & A.

CHEM 333 F - Quantum Mechanics & Mol Struct - Gerrity

This is the day and time for the fourth in-person meeting each week for the CHEM 333 course.

CHEM 345 F - Adv Synthetic Chemistry - LaLonde

Online design / local-access option. All students will meet synchronously online at all scheduled meeting times. All students will access lectures via a combination of asynchronous & synchronous Zoom sessions. Problem-solving conference sessions will be held synchronously with a choice of in-person or zoom. This course is designed to accommodate remote students. Office hours for this course will be held online.

CHEM 347 FL1 - Advanced Synthesis Lab - LaLonde

In-person design / no option. This is the lecture portion of a lecture/lab course. Students must register for both lecture & lab. All lecture material will be delivered online in a combination of synchronous and asynchronous formats. Lab work will be performed in person. Office hours for this course will be held online.

CHEM 347 FL1 - Advanced Synthesis Lab - LaLonde

In-person design / no option. This is the lab portion of a lecture/lab course. Students must register for both lecture & lab. All lecture material will be delivered online in a combination of synchronous and asynchronous formats. Lab work will be performed in person. Office hours for this course will be held online.

CHEM 391 F - Structural Biochemistry - Ahuja

Online design / local-access option: This course meets for 50 minutes, three times per week. This time will be organized around online synchronous lectures and discussions. The class will be broken into groups of approximately 2-4 students to engage in a collaborative project over the course of the semester. Local-access students will be partnered with each other to enable in person collaboration, and will have opportunities to meet with the instructor in person in these small groups.

CHEM 403 F - Topics in Physical Chemistry - Gerrity

In-person design/no option: This course meets for 80 minutes 1 day each week for all of the students in-person. In these weekly meetings, seminal articles from the chemistry literature (ideally, most chosen by students in the course) will be discussed.

CHEM 405 - Atmospheric Chemistry Seminar - Fry

Online design / no option. This course consists of 80-minute virtual discussion sessions in which the instructor will meet with students to prepare for weekly live-streamed seminar presentations with Q&A. Some meetings will include networking with students joining the same seminars from other schools.

Chinese

CHIN 110 Y01 - First Year Chinese - Ditter

Online design / no option: This course will consist of five, 50-minute synchronous class meetings each week (once/day). Individual class meetings will regularly include reviewing lesson vocabulary and grammar, written and spoken practice (individual, small group, class), evaluation (quizzes or exams), and mini-units on Chinese culture. Office hours for this course will also be online.

CHIN 110 Y02 - First Year Chinese - Ditter

Online design / no option: This course will consist of five, 50-minute synchronous online class meetings each week (once/day). Individual class meetings will regularly include reviewing lesson vocabulary and grammar, written and spoken practice (individual, small group, class), evaluation (quizzes or exams), and mini-units on Chinese culture. Office hours for this course will also be online.

CHIN 210 Y01 - Second Year Chinese - Lee

Online design / no option: This course will consist of five 50-minute synchronous online class meetings each week. Office hours for this course will also be online.

CHIN 311 F - Third Year Chinese - Rhew

Online design/no option: This course will consist of three, synchronous 50-minute online sessions

CHIN 324 F - Genres Memory Medieval China - Ditter

Online design / no option: This course will consist of two, 80-minute synchronous class meetings each week. Individual class meetings will involve open or guided discussion of assigned reading materials as a class or in smaller groups (break-out rooms). Office hours for this course will be online. The Chinese component of this course will involve one additional 50-minute meeting each week for reading and translation of primary sources.

CHIN 334 F - Yijing: Text and Tradition - Rhew

Online design/no option: This course will consist of three synchronous 50-minute online sessions

CHIN 347 F - Modern Sinophone Fiction& Film - Lee

Online design / no option: This course will consist of two 80-minute synchronous class meetings each week. Office hours for this course will also be online.

Classics (Greek & Latin)

CLAS 371 F - The Greek World 776-404 BCE - Millender

Online design / local-access option: This course consists of two 80-minute synchronous sessions of online discussion of assigned primary readings, scholarly articles, and background material. Students will be broken up into groups each week to tackle a specific aspect of the assigned material, and the class will put together a google doc each class session to keep track of each group's work and the whole seminar's discussion. If possible, one day every two weeks, groups of 3-4 students can meet with the professor outside of class time to talk about their research papers and the material covered that week.

GRK 110 Y - First Year Greek - Hu

In-person design/remote-access option: This course will be based around in-person meetings 2-3 times per week to review material and work through in-class exercises, while new forms and grammatical concepts will be introduced with pre-recorded lectures. Students will have the option to participate remotely and/or asynchronously in the in-person meetings.

GRK 210 Y - Second Year Greek - Millender

Online design / local-access option: This course will consist of four 50-minute synchronous sessions of online reading of the text and discussion of relevant articles. If possible, the class may meet in person one day a week to discuss secondary scholarship and address common questions about the course material.

GRK 311 F - Advanced Greek - Millender

Online design / no option: This course consists of two 80-minute synchronous sessions of online reading of the text and discussion of relevant articles. Students occasionally will be paired in ZOOM breakout rooms to prepare presentations on the text and assigned articles.

LAT 110 Y - First Year Latin - Landvatter

Online design / local-access option: This course is based around synchronous online meetings 4 times per week to review material and work through in-class exercises, and pre-recorded lectures that introduce grammatical forms and concepts as well as vocabulary. Students will also regularly meet in small groups either in-person or remotely to complete assignments and other projects. If possible, local-access students will have the opportunity to meet with the professor in small groups at scheduled in-person meetings.

LAT 210 Y - Second Year Latin - Hu

Online design /local-access option: This course will consist of four 50-minute synchronous sessions of online reading of the text and discussion of relevant articles. If possible, the class may meet in person one day a week to discuss secondary scholarship and address common questions about the course material.

LAT 311 F - Advanced Latin - Sabnis

Online design / local-access option. This course meets online twice a week for translation and discussion, with additional small group meetings for coordinated research projects in-person or online.

Comparative Race and Ethnicity Studies

CRES 150 F - The Cultural Study of Music - Luker

Online design / local-access option: This course will take a "flipped classroom" model where all course content will be available asynchronously online (readings, listening examples, podcast style mini lectures, etc.) supported by opportunities for members of the class community to engage online in a variety of ways (structured discussion boards, collective analytical listening exercises, etc.). Students will also participate in an 80 minute synchronous discussion sections per week. Remote students will meet online and local students can meet in a Reed classroom. Students will also work regularly in small groups (either in person or online, depending on availability and preference) and will have one-on-one access to the instructor via extended in person or online office hours.

CRES 359 F - Black Freedom Struggle - Burford

In person design, remote option, Will run essentially as a regular class, but will accommodate student with a need to be online.

CRES/HIST 369 F01 - Race & Law in American History - Minardi

Online design/no option. This course will meet three times a week for 50-minute online synchronous conferences.

CRES/HIST 369 F02 - Race & Law in American History (new section) - Minardi

Online design/no option. This course will meet three times a week for 50-minute online synchronous conferences.

Computer Science

CSCI 121 F - Computer Science I - Groce

Online design / local access option. This is the lecture component of a lecture/ lab course. Students must register for both components. Lecture content for this course will be delivered through a combination of recorded videos and synchronous meetings for additional material and answering questions. Students can opt for either an in-person or online lab section.

CSCI 121 FL1-FL3 (new section) - Computer Science I: Lab - Staff

Online design / no option. This is the lab component of the course. Meetings will be synchronous and online. (Students who prefer in-person labs should register for a different section.)

CSCI 121 FL4-FL6 (new section) - Computer Science I: Lab - Ramirez

In-person design / no option. This is the lab component of the course. Meetings in-person. (Students who prefer online labs should register for a different section.)

CSCI 122 F - Intermediate CS Fundamentals I - Groce

CANCELLED

CSCI 122 FL1 - Intermediate CS Fundamentals I - Staff

CANCELLED

CSCI 221 F - Computer Science II - Fix

In person design / remote-access option. This course has two 80-minute synchronous class meetings each week, with each meeting being an interactive lecture. Students can attend in person or participate remotely using virtual technology. Students must also register for a lab meeting, choosing either the in-person FL1, the in-person FL2, or else the remote option FL3.

CSCI 221 FL1 - Computer Science II: Lab - Fix

In person design / no option. This is the lab component of a lecture/lab course, and will typically be a mix of lab instruction and programming exercises for its 80-minute weekly session.

CSCI 221 FL2 - Computer Science II: Lab - Fix

In person design / no option. This is the lab component of a lecture/lab course, and will typically be a mix of lab instruction and programming exercises for its 80-minute weekly session.

CSCI 221 FL3 (new section) - Computer Science II: Lab - Fix

Online design / no option. This is the programming lab component of a lecture/lab course, meeting synchronously using virtual technology. Lab time will be a mix of about 20 minutes of instruction as a group, along with collaborative programming sessions where students will work in pairs or in groups of three.

CSCI 377 F1 - Artificial Intelligence - Hopkins

In person design / occasional remote option. This course is scheduled for three 50-minute in-person class meetings each week. Students may utilize the remote-only CSCI 377 F3 option to keep up with the course material when they are unable to attend class.

CSCI 377 F2 (new section) - Artificial Intelligence - Hopkins

In person design / occasional remote option. This course is scheduled for three 50-minute in-person class meetings each week. Students may utilize the remote-only CSCI 377 F3 option to keep up with the course material when they are unable to attend class.

CSCI 377 F3 (new section) - Artificial Intelligence - Hopkins

Online design / no in-person option. This course is scheduled for three 50-minute online meetings each week. Lecture material will be delivered online in a combination of synchronous and asynchronous formats.

CSCI 379 F - Natural Language Processing - Hopkins

CANCELLED

CSCI 381 F (new section) - Programming Seminar - Fix

In person design / remote-access option. This course has one 80-minute synchronous meeting each week but with alternating formats. In one week, students meet to collaborate on programming challenges in teams of three. In the other week, the class meets as a group to discuss problem approaches, with team representatives presenting their solutions. Teams can collaborate using virtual technology, and students can join the discussion meeting remotely.

CSCI 382 F - Algorithms & Data Structures - Fix

In person design / remote-access option. This course has two 80-minute synchronous class meetings each week, with each meeting being an interactive lecture. Students can attend in person or participate remotely using virtual technology. If a student is unable to meet synchronously for some period during the semester, they will have remote access to recordings of the lecture meetings.

CSCI 383 F - Advanced Programming Seminar - Fix

In person design / remote-access option. This course has one 80-minute synchronous meeting each week but with alternating formats. In one week, students meet to collaborate on programming challenges in teams of three. In the other week, the class meets as a group to discuss problem approaches, with team representatives presenting their solutions. Teams can collaborate using virtual technology, and students can join the discussion meeting remotely.

CSCI 389 F - Computer Systems - Frachtenberg

In-person design / remote-access option. The class will meet twice a week for 50 minutes of lecture (remote students may join online), plus a 50-minute lab. All tests, quizzes, and homework will be synchronous and online. All lecture slides will be posted online, but they will not substitute for lecture attendance.

CSCI 389 FC1 - Computer Systems: Conf - Frachtenberg

In-person design / no access option. This is the in-person lab for the class. Remote students should register for the remote-access section.

CSCI 389 FC2 (new section) - Computer Systems: Conf - Frachtenberg

In-person design / no option. This is the lab component of the course. Meetings in-person. (Students who prefer online labs should register for a different section.)

CSCI 389 FC2 - Computer Systems: Conf - Frachtenberg

In-person design / no access option. This is the in-person lab for the class. Remote students should register for the remote-access section.

CSCI 393 F - Operating Systems - Staff

All of the class' material will be covered by a textbook (available online) and additional reading material. The class will meet synchronously for 50 minutes three times per week (in-person or online) to discuss the current reading. All tests, quizzes, and homework will be synchronous and online.

Dance

DANC 101 F1C - Afro-Brazilian Dance - Oefinger

CANCELLED

DANC 101 F1N - Afro-Brazilian Dance - Oefinger

CANCELLED

DANC 101 F2C - Ballet I-II - Thiessen

Online design / local-access option: This course is organized around two 70-minute synchronous virtual movement sessions per week. Local-access students will have opportunity to take some classes in the dance studio. Depending on enrollment, studio access may be limited to alternate class meetings. Class will be recorded for students working asynchronously.

DANC 101 F2N - Ballet I-II - Thiessen

Online design / local-access option: This course is organized around two 70-minute synchronous virtual movement sessions per week. Local-access students will have opportunity to take some classes in the dance studio. Depending on enrollment, studio access may be limited to alternate class meetings. Class will be recorded for students working asynchronously.

DANC 101 F3C - Ballet III-IV - Thiessen

Online design / local-access option: This course is organized around two 70-minute synchronous virtual movement sessions per week. Local-access students will have opportunity to take some classes in the dance studio. Depending on enrollment, studio access may be limited to alternate class meetings. Class will be recorded for students working asynchronously.

DANC 101 F3N - Ballet III-IV - Thiessen

Online design / local-access option: This course is organized around two 70-minute synchronous virtual movement sessions per week. Local-access students will have opportunity to take some classes in the dance studio. Depending on enrollment, studio access may be limited to alternate class meetings. Class will be recorded for students working asynchronously.

DANC 101 F4C - Hip-Hop Dance I-II - Rayley

Online design / local-access option: This course is organized around one 80-minute synchronous movement session per week. Local-access students will have opportunity to take some classes in the dance studio. Depending on enrollment, studio access may be limited to alternate class meetings. Class will be recorded for students working asynchronously.

DANC 101 F4N - Hip-Hop Dance I-II - Rayley

Online design / local-access option: This course is organized around one 80-minute synchronous virtual movement session per week. Local-access students will have opportunity to take some classes in the dance studio. Depending on enrollment, studio access may be limited to alternate class meetings. Class will be recorded for students working asynchronously.

DANC 101 F6C - Tango - Krebs

Online design / no option: This course is organized around two 80-minute synchronous movement sessions per week. Class will be recorded for students working asynchronously.

DANC 101 F6N - Tango - Krebs

Online design / no option: This course is organized around two 80-minute synchronous virtual movement sessions per week. Class will be recorded for students working asynchronously.

DANC 111 F01 - Intro Cntp Dance:Mind inMotion - Fortuna

Online design / local-access option: This course is organized around two 80-minute synchronous virtual movement sessions per week. Local-access students will have opportunity to take class in the dance studio. Depending on enrollment, studio access may be limited to alternate class meetings. Class will be recorded for students working asynchronously.

DANC 111 F02 - Intro Cntp Dance:Mind inMotion - Fortuna

Online design / local-access option: This course is organized around two 80-minute virtual synchronous movement session per week. Local-access students will have opportunity to take class in the dance studio. Depending on enrollment, studio access may be limited to alternate class meetings. Class will be recorded for students working asynchronously."

DANC 201 F - Intro to Dance Studies - Fortuna

Online design / local access option: This course is designed around two 80-minute synchronous conferences each week. Some sessions will include asynchronous work and reduced synchronous meeting time. As conditions allow, in-personal meeting will occur with simultaneous online meeting available for remote students. Students will also have access to recordings of classes.

DANC 232 F - Community Dance - Fortuna

CANCELLED

DANC 232 F - Community Dance - Fortuna

CANCELLED

DANC 252 F01- F02 - Mann

CANCELED see DANC 253 Improvisation-see new course below

DANC 253 F02 (new section) - Improvisation: Solo forms & shared practices - Mann

Online design / local-access option: This course is organized around one 75-minute synchronous movement session per week. Students taking the course for full credit will meet for an additional 30-minute studio/conference and engage in a series of solo and collaborative studio projects over the course of the semester. All students can access the class remotely, however local-access students will have the opportunity to take class in one of two dance studios with the instructor joining remotely. Depending on enrollment, studio access may be limited to alternate class meetings and working sessions. Class will be recorded for students needing to work asynchronously.

DANC 253 F03 (new section) - Improvisation: Solo forms & shared practices - Mann

Online design / local-access option: This course is organized around one 75-minute synchronous movement session per week. All students can access the course remotely, however local-access students will have the opportunity to take class in one of two dance studios with the instructor joining remotely. Depending on enrollment, studio access may be limited to alternate class meetings. Class will be recorded for students needing to work asynchronously.

DANC 253 F04 (new sections) - Improvisation: Solo forms & shared practices - Mann

Online design / local-access option: This course is organized around one 75-minute synchronous movement session per week. Students taking the course for full credit will meet for an additional 30-minute studio/conference and engage in a series of solo and collaborative studio projects over the course of the semester. All students can access the class remotely, however local-access students will have the opportunity to take class in one of two dance studios with the instructor joining remotely. Depending on enrollment, studio access may be limited to alternate class meetings and working sessions. Class will be recorded for students needing to work asynchronously.

DANC 313 F01 - Contemporary Dance V - Tran

In-person design / remote-access option: This course is organized around two 70-minute synchronous movement sessions per week. Local students will have the opportunity to take class in one of two dance studios, one in which the instructor will teach in-person. Depending on enrollment, studio access may be limited such that students alternate between meeting in one of the studios and meeting remotely. Class will be recorded for students needing to work asynchronously.

DANC 313 F02 - Contemporary Dance V - Tran

In-person design / remote-access option: This course is organized around two 70-minute synchronous movement sessions per week. Local students will have the opportunity to take class in one of two dance studios, one in which the instructor will teach in-person. Depending on enrollment, studio access may be limited such that students alternate between meeting in one of the studios and meeting remotely. Class will be recorded for students needing to work asynchronously.

DANC 351 F - Dance Trads of Southeast Asia - Tran

In person design/remote access option: This course is organized around two 70-minute conference/lecture/studio sessions per week. Remote-access students will have the opportunity to attend synchronously through a virtual platform. Students will also have access to recordings of classes.

DANC 253 F01 - Improvisation: Solo forms & shared practices - Mann

Online design / local-access option: This course is organized around one 75-minute synchronous movement session per week. All students can access the course remotely, however local-access students will have the opportunity to take class in one of two dance studios with the instructor joining remotely. Depending on enrollment, studio access may be limited to alternate class meetings. Class will be recorded for students needing to work asynchronously.

Economics

ECON 201 F01 - Intro to Economic Analysis - Hare

In-person design / remote access option: Each class will include a 45-minute (approx.) pre-recorded lecture module that students will watch in advance of the conference meeting (there will be two of these each week). On Tuesdays and Thursdays I will meet with half the class on Zoom for the first half of the class period and the other half in-person for the second half of the class period. The class will be split into two groups and the groups will alternate weekly whether they are the online group or the in-person group. Be prepared to start class fifteen minutes early when you are in the online group (every other week for most students).. If you can only join the class online and not in-person, you will be permitted to stay in the Zoom group every week even as the other students rotate in and out. (see course schedule for exact times)

ECON 201 F02 - Intro to Economic Analysis - Parker

Online design / no option: Each class will involve an asynchronous recorded lecture (30-40 minutes) followed up with a 50-minute conference discussion at the assigned time, discussing questions on the lecture and the assigned case study for the day. Conferences may be in-person, online, or a combination.

ECON 201 F03 - Intro to Economic Analysis - Wilson

Online design / no option: Each class will involve an asynchronous recorded lecture (30-40 minutes) followed up with a 50-minute conference discussion at the assigned time, discussing questions on the lecture and the assigned case study for the day. Conferences may be in-person, online, or a combination.

 

ECON 260 F - Economics & Politics of 2020 - Clausing

In-person design / no option: This course is scheduled for two 80-minute in-person class meetings each week. Students will have access to class notes with audio.

ECON 304 F01 - Intermediate Macroeconomics - Jiang

Online design / no option: This section will be entirely online. 80 minutes of pre-recorded asynchronous lecture per week. For this section, students will also have 80 minutes of online (Zoom) conference meeting per week. If students would like more interactive time, we can adjust the balance between pre-recorded lecture and synchronous meetings.

ECON 304 F02 - Intermediate Macroeconomics - Jiang

This section will have an in-person access option. 80 minutes of pre-recorded asynchronous lecture per week. For this section, students will also have 80 minutes of in-person conference meeting per week. If students would like more interactive time, we can adjust the balance between pre-recorded lecture and synchronous meetings.

ECON 311 F - Survey of Econometric Methods - Netusil

In-person design / no option: This course is scheduled for three 50-minute in-person class meetings each week. Students will have access to class notes with audio.

ECON 313 F - Microeconomic Theory - Clausing

In-person design / no option: This course is scheduled for two 80-minute in-person class meetings each week. Students will have access to class notes with audio.

ECON 323 F - American Economic History - Carrera

In-person design / remote access option: Each week there will be 2 asynchronous recorded lectures (40 minutes each on average) that students will watch prior to an 80-minute conference at the assigned time, discussing questions on the lectures and the assigned readings. Students will have access to both in-person and online conferences.

ECON 351 F - Environmental Economics - Netusil

In-person design / no option: This course is scheduled for three 50-minute in-person class meetings each week. Students will have access to class notes with audio.

ECON 362 F - Industrial Organization - Carrera

In-person design / remote access option: Each week there will be 2 asynchronous recorded lectures (40 minutes each on average) that students will watch prior to an 80-minute conference at the assigned time, discussing questions on the lectures, additional exercises and the assigned readings. Students will have access to both in-person and online conferences.

ECON 366 F - Jobs, Technology and Trade - Hare

Online design / local access option: Each class will include an asynchronous pre-recorded 20 to 30 minute lecture module that students will watch in advance of conference (twice a week). This means that our conferences (at the assigned time) will typically last from 50-60 minutes incorporating both remote and local students. While in-person meetings for local students can occur in an outdoor setting, the whole class will move online as dictated by the weather. Arrangements will be made for students who cannot attend the in-person conferences

ECON 392 F - Health in Poor Countries - Wilson

CANCELLED

English

CRWR 201 F01 - The Short Story - Rock

Online design / no option: This course will meet twice a week for 80 minutes. Class time will involve discussion of published work, smaller discussions, shared critique of student work, and various experiments.

CRWR 201 F02 - The Short Story - Rock

Online design / no option: This course will meet twice a week for 80 minutes. Class time will involve discussion of published work, smaller discussions, shared critique of student work, and various experiments.

CRWR 224 F - Awakenings & Connections - Bashir

Online design / no option: Synchronous, online meetings three mornings per week for 30-50 minutes. Class time will involve active writing, sharing and discussion of student work and published texts. Asynchronous presentations and discussions will take place in shared online forums.

CRWR 321 F - Short Prose Forms - Rock

Online design / no option: This course will meet twice a week for 80 minutes. Class time will involve discussion of published work, smaller discussions, shared critique of student work, and various experiments.

CRWR 331 F - Multimedia Poetries - Bashir

Online design / no option: Synchronous, twice weekly full group 60 minute online gatherings to discuss and respond to assigned texts and share/critique student work. Small-group+breakout poetry “lab” sections allow students to actively make work together in real-time conversation and share 10-20m recorded and live-streamed screenings, and presentations.

ENG 205 F01 & F02 - Decolonization & Novel inAfrica - Rajbhandari

In-person design / remote option: This course includes an 80 min online conference with all students once a week and a 80 conference in-person conference in smaller sections as the second meeting each week. One of the second meetings will be offered online if there is a demand for a remote option.

ENG 205 F03 - Detective Stories & Crime Fict - Dickson

Online design / no option: This course will meet twice a week for 80 minute synchronous online conferences.

ENG 213 F - Ethnopoetics - Leibman

Online design / no option: This course will meet two times a week for 80-minute synchronous online conferences. There will be a short break part way through each meeting and a mixture or small and full group discussions.

ENG 261 F01 - Film Noir - Harkin

In person / no option. This class will meet twice a week for 80 minutes.

ENG 261 F02 - Film Noir - Harkin

In person / no option. This class will meet twice a week for 80 minutes.

ENG 261 FSC - Film Noir - Harkin

CANCELLED : All screenings will be asynchronous online.

ENG 301 F - Junior Seminar - Faletra

In-person design / no option: This course will meet three times a week for 50 minutes.

ENG 333 F - Short Story Cycles - Sherman

Online design / no option: This course will meet twice a week for 80-minute synchronous conferences, held as a combination of small-group and full class discussions. Each 80-minute period will include a short break.

ENG 352 F - Chaucer - Faletra

In-person design / no option: This course will meet three times a week for 50 minutes.

ENG 366 F - Beauty & Poetic Text - Martínez

In-person / remote access option: This course consists of synchronous in-person meetings with remote students joining via Zoom for 80-minute twice per week.

ENG 370 F - Strindberg & O'Neill - Savery

In-person design / no option: All class meetings will be held in-person.

ENG 400 F - Intro to Literary Theory - King

CANCELLED

ENG/LIT 400 F01 (new sections) - Intro to Literary Theory - King

Online/no option: This course consists of two 80 min synchronous online evening meetings

ENG/LIT 400 F02 (new section) - Intro to Literary Theory - King

In person/no option: This course consists of two 80 min in person meetings

ENG 553 - British Romanticism and Its Contexts - Harkin
MALS COURSE

In-person design / no option. This half unit course will meet in-person Wednesdays 5:40 to 7:10 pm. Remote students should seek a different MALS course this semester.

French

FREN 110 Y01 - First Year French - Monnin

In-person design / remote access option: This course will meet synchronously online on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays and in-person on Mondays. Students who are not in-person at Reed will access the in-person day's class via Zoom.

FREN 110 Y02 - First Year French - Monnin

In-person design / remote access option: This course will meet synchronously online on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays and in-person on Mondays. Students who are not in-person at Reed will access the in-person day's class via Zoom.

FREN 210 Y01 - Second Year French - Stofle

In person design / remote access option: All students meet synchronously at all scheduled meeting times. On Mondays and Wednesdays, class will be held online, and will focus on grammar review and small group activities. On Fridays, class will meet in person for a group discussion of literary texts. Students unable to attend the Friday class in-person will have the option to submit written work on the texts to be discussed that day or, if enough students are taking the course remotely, we will set up an online-only section of the course. We will also have an additional conversation class for all students offered by a native French speaker.

FREN 210 Y02 - Second Year French - Delehanty

In person design / remote access option: All students meet synchronously at all scheduled meeting times. On Mondays and Wednesdays, class will be held online, and will focus on grammar review and small group activities. On Fridays, class will meet in person for a group discussion of literary texts. Students unable to attend the Friday class in-person will have the option to submit written work on the texts to be discussed that day or, if enough students are taking the course remotely, we will set up an online-only section of the course. We will also have an additional conversation class for all students offered by a native French speaker.

FREN 210 Y03 - Second Year French - Witt

In person design / remote access option: All students meet synchronously at all scheduled meeting times. On Mondays and Wednesdays, class will be held online, and will focus on grammar review and small group activities. On Fridays, class will meet in person for a group discussion of literary texts. Students unable to attend the Friday class in-person will have the option to submit written work on the texts to be discussed that day or, if enough students are taking the course remotely, we will set up an online-only section of the course. We will also have an additional conversation class for all students offered by a native French speaker.

FREN 331 F - Fren Lit & Culture Middle Ages - Delehanty

In-person design / remote access option: This course will meet synchronously online for one session and in-person for the second session. Students who are not in-person at Reed will either access the in-person day's class via Zoom or, if there are enough students taking the class remotely, a separate online discussion will be held for those students.

FREN 366 F - Intro to Haitian Lit - Stofle

In-person design / remote access option: This course will meet synchronously online once a week (Monday) and in-person once a week (Wednesday). Students who are not in-person at Reed will access the in-person day's class via Zoom.

FREN 392 F - French Connections - Witt

In person design / local access option: On Tuesdays, class will meet synchronously online for one collective 80-minute session. On Thursdays, class will be divided into two groups: group 1 will meet in person for 70 minutes, and group 2 will meet online for 70 minutes for discussion and small group activities. All films studied will be available for online asynchronous viewing.

FREN 392 FSC - French Connections: Screening - Witt

This is a screening component of a film conference. Students must register for both components. All films studied will be available for online asynchronous viewing.

German

GER 110 Y01 - Frst Yr German:A Foundation - Garloff

In-person design / no option: This course will meet in person 5 times weekly for 50 minutes per meeting. Three of these meetings will be in-class instruction with the professor; one meeting will be an online test and/or written assignment; another one will be a remote, small-group conversation with the German language scholar.

GER 110 Y02 - Frst Yr German:A Foundation - Garloff

Online design / no option: This course will meet online 5 times weekly for 50 minutes per meeting. Three of these meetings will be online instruction with the professor; one meeting will be an online test and/or written assignment; another one will be a remote, small-group conversation with the German language scholar.

GER 220 Y - Secnd Yr Ger:Cultral Perspctvs - Fraser

Online design / local access option: This course will meet online 4 times weekly for 50 minutes per meeting. 3 of these meetings will be with the professor; one will be a conversation-focused meeting with the German Language Assistant. There will be regular opportunities for additional, non-required in person discussion and meetings for those on campus.

GER 311 F - Adv Ger: Art & Politics-Berlin - Fraser

In person design / no option: this class will meet in person twice weekly for 80 minutes per meeting.

GER 375 F - Androids in Science and Lit - Fraser

In person design / no option: this class will meet in person twice weekly for 80 minutes per meeting. Students taking the course for GER credit will have an additional 50 minute in-person discussion meeting once weekly.

LITG 375 F - Androids in Science and Lit - Fraser

In person design / no option: this class will meet in person twice weekly for 80 minutes per meeting.

GER 392 F - Stu Ger Thry2: Rev-Poetic Lang - Mieszkowski

In person design / remote access option: This class will meet synchronously in person with remote students accessing via Zoom twice a week for 80 minutes.

History

HIST 270 F01 - Intro Amer Environmental Hist - Howe

In Person/no option. This course includes two synchronous 80-minute sessions per week, including full class and small group discussions, as well as periodic synchronous lectures. All students will meet synchronously at all scheduled meeting times. The class will primarily meet in person outdoors. The course will also include some scheduled synchronous online lectures, discussions, and student research presentations, particularly during the second half of the semester.

HIST 270 F02 - Intro Amer Environmental Hist - Howe

In Person/no option. This course includes two synchronous 80-minute sessions per week, including full class and small group discussions, as well as periodic synchronous lectures. The class will primarily meet in person outdoors. All students will meet synchronously at all scheduled meeting times. The course will also include some scheduled synchronous online lectures, discussions, and student research presentations, particularly during the second half of the semester.

HIST 270 F03 - Intro Amer Environmental Hist (new section) - Howe

Online Design/Local-Access Option This course comprises two synchronous online 80-minute sections per week, each a mix of full-class discussion, small group discussion, synchronous lectures, and student research presentations. All students will meet synchronously at all scheduled meeting times. In-person students from this section will be invited to participate in some in-person sessions of HI270 F01 or F02, schedule permitting.

HIST 272 F - Gender and the American Family - Dirks

Online design / no option

HIST 328 F - Popular Culture-Interwar Japan - Fix

Online Design / no option: This course will be taught completely online and will consist of three 50-minute discussion seminar meetings each week. All students will meet synchronously at scheduled meeting times. Small group discussions, fully structured, will be a part of each week's pedagogical practice. To enhance regular, substantive participation by all students at every seminar meeting, quizzes, discussion questions, reading responses, visual exploratories, worksheets, and other weekly exercises will be assigned, and students' reading notes will be infrequently assessed. Written work will include several short analytical papers, two criticall summaries and a paired research/presentation capstone project.

HIST 336 F - The Aftermath of World War I - Natarajan

Online Design / Local-Access Option: This course comprises two synchronous 80-minute sessions per week, which will mix short lectures, full class and small group discussion, and student presentations. The class will be divided into small groups of 3–4 who will collaborate on projects over the course of the semester. Local-access students will have opportunities to meet with their small groups and/or the instructor in person.

HIST 338 F - Crisis & Catastrophe - Miller

Online Design / Local-Access Option: This course comprises two synchronous online 80-minute sessions per week, which will mix short lectures, full class and small group discussion, and student presentations. Local-access students may have opportunities to meet in small groups and/or the instructor in person.

HIST 339 F - Science & Islam: Global Hist - Datoo

Online Design/Local-Access Option: This course comprises two synchronous online 80-minute sessions per week, which will mix short lectures, full class and small group discussion, and student presentations. Local-access students may have opportunities to meet in small groups and/or the instructor in person

HIST 345 F01 - Whole Earths & World Pictures - Lazier

Online Design/Local-Access Option: This course comprises one 150 minute session per week (divided into two, consecutive 75 minute sessions with a 20 minute break in between), which will prioritize full group discussion, alongside student presentations, short, impromptu lectures, and possibly small group work. Local-access students will have opportunities to meet with one another in small groups. Depending on circumstances, they may also have the opportunity to meet in person as a whole, likely outside, in the first week or two of the semester.

HIST 345 F02 - Whole Earths & World Pictures - Lazier

Online Design/Local access option: This course comprises one 150 minute session per week (divided into two, consecutive 75 minute sessions with a 20 minute break in between), which will prioritize full group discussion, alongside student presentations, short, impromptu lectures, and possibly small group work. Local-access students will have opportunities to meet with one another in small groups. Depending on circumstances, they may also have the opportunity to meet in person as a whole, likely outside, in the first week or two of the semester.

HIST 353 F01 - The French Revolution - Breen

In-Person design /No option: This course consists of 2 synchronous 80 min. conferences per week, blending in-person & online sessions as circumstances warrant. These meetings will be supplemented by asynchronous online mini-lectures (~20 mins), as well as other online or in-person activities (synchronous & asynchronous)

HIST 353 F02 - The French Revolution - Breen

CANCELLED (enrolled students can move to F01)

HIST 369 F01 - Race & Law in American History - Minardi

Online design/no option. This course will meet three times a week for 50-minute online synchronous conferences.

HIST 369 F02 - Race & Law in American History (new section) - Minardi

Online design/no option. This course will meet three times a week for 50-minute online synchronous conferences.

HIST 370 F - American Diplomacy - Howe

In Person design /Remote access option: This course comprises two synchronous 80-minute sessions per week, including a mix of full class and small group discussion, student presentations, and synchronous lectures. All students will meet synchronously at all scheduled meeting times; half of the students will participate in person each class period, while the other half will participate remotely.

HIST 376 F - The United States in the 1970s - Dirks

Online design / no option

HIST 390 F - Black Freedom Struggle - Burford

In person design, remote option, Will run essentially as a regular class, but will accommodate student with a need to be online.

HIST 391 F - The Greek World 776-404 BCE - Millender

Online design / local-access option: This course consists of two 80-minute synchronous sessions of online discussion of assigned primary readings, scholarly articles, and background material. Students will be broken up into groups each week to tackle a specific aspect of the assigned material, and the class will put together a google doc each class session to keep track of each group's work and the whole seminar's discussion. If possible, one day every two weeks, groups of 3-4 students can meet with the professor outside of class time to talk about their research papers and the material covered that week.

HIST 411 F - JSem:China's Foreign Relations - Fix

CANCELLED

Humanities

HUM 110 Y - Introduction to the Humanities - Hovda

Online design / no option: This is the lecture component of a lecture/conference class. While the lectures will be online each conference section specifies its own design.

HUM 110 Y01 - Introduction to the Humanities - Steinberger

In-person design / remote access option. All students will meet synchronously on Zoom. with 1/2 of the students in-person in the classroom with the instructor and 1/2 of the students joining only virtually. The two groups will switch every Tuesday and Thursday. Remote students can access this course by participating virtually at every class meeting.

HUM 110 Y02 - Introduction to the Humanities - Landvatter

Online design / local-access option. This section is based on twice-weekly 60 min. synchronous discussions of Hum 110 material, along with a variety of other required synchronous and asynchronous assignments focused on deepening engagement with the topics of the course and writing. If possible, local-access students will have the opportunity to meet with the professor in small groups at regularly scheduled in-person meetings to discuss material and work on writing.

HUM 110 Y03 - Introduction to the Humanities - Zientek

Online design / no option: This section will convene twice a week for 80 minutes; each of these 80-minute sessions will include structured small-group and full-class analysis and discussion.

HUM 110 Y04 - Introduction to the Humanities - Minardi

Online design / no option: This course will meet three times a week for 50-minute synchronous online conferences. The evening meeting time is intended to reach students in distant time zones.

HUM 110 Y05 - Introduction to the Humanities - Savery

In-person design / no option: This course will meet three times a week for 50 minute conferences in -person.

HUM 110 Y06 - Introduction to the Humanities - Miller

Online design / local access option: This course comprises three synchronous online 50-minute sessions per week, which will mix full class and small group discussion, and student presentations. Local-access students may have opportunities to meet in small groups and/or the instructor in person.

HUM 110 Y07 - Introduction to the Humanities - Sherman

Online design / no option: This course consists of three 50-minute synchronous online conferences, held as a combination of small-group and full class discussions

HUM 110 Y08 - Introduction to the Humanities - Cross

In-person design / no option: This course consists of two 80minute in-person conferences each week.

HUM 110 Y09 - Introduction to the Humanities - Chang

In-person design / no option: This course will meet three times a week for 50 minute conferences.

HUM 110 Y10 - Introduction to the Humanities - King

In person design/no options: This course consists of two 80 minute in-person conferences each week.

HUM 110 Y11 - Introduction to the Humanities - Leibman

Online design / no option: This course will meet two times a week for 80-minute synchronous online conferences. There will be a short break part way through each meeting and a mixture or small and full group discussions. The evening meeting time is intended to reach students in distant time zones.

HUM 110 Y12 - Introduction to the Humanities - Dickson

Online design / no option: We will meet twice a week for 80 minute synchronous conferences, with a break midway through. There will be some opportunities for local-access students to meet in small groups without the instructor (such as for peer editing exercises).

HUM 110 Y13 - Introduction to the Humanities - Waller

In-person design / no option: This course is scheduled for two 80-minute meetings each week, but students may be divided into two sections to attend two shortened 40-minute class meetings each week. This course includes three recorded lectures attended virtually by all students with synchronous commentary and Q&A each week, not to exceed 70 minutes. Students may meet virtually in 20-minute small group collaboration sessions weekly.

HUM 110 Y14 - Introduction to the Humanities - Riley

Online design / local access option: Synchronous online conferences. Local-access students will have opportunities to meet with the instructor in person, ideally in an outdoor setting.

HUM 110 Y15 - Introduction to the Humanities - Simpson

In-person design / no option: Conference will meet three times a week for 50 minutes in-person.

HUM 110 Y16 - Introduction to the Humanities - Drumm

In-person design / no option: This course will meet 3 days/ week for 50 minutes in-person.

HUM 110 Y17 - Introduction to the Humanities - Chang

In-person design / no option: This course will meet three times a week for 50 minute conferences in-person.

HUM 110 Y18 - Introduction to the Humanities - Datoo

Online design / local access option: This course comprises two synchronous online 80-minute sessions per week, which will mix short lectures, full class and small group discussion, and student presentations. Local-access students may have opportunities to meet in small groups and/or the instructor in person

HUM 110 Y19 - Introduction to the Humanities - Zientek

Online design / no option: This section will convene synchronously online twice a week for 80 minutes; each of these 80-minute sessions will include structured small-group and full-class analysis and discussion.

HUM 110 Y20 - Introduction to the Humanities - Hovda

Online design / local-access option. Conferences will be held synchronously online twice a week. Additional small group work is required and will have in-person and online options.

HUM 110 Y21 - Introduction to the Humanities - Mieszkowski

In-person design / no option. ​– This course will meet for two in-person 80-minute sessions per week.

HUM 110 Y22 - Introduction to the Humanities - Staff

TBD

HUM 110 Y23 - Introduction to the Humanities - Sabnis

Online design / local-access option. Conferences will be held online twice a week for 60 minutes. Additional small group work (averaging 30 min/week) is required and will have in-person and online options.

HUM 110 Y24 - Introduction to the Humanities - Rajbhandari

Online design / local-access option. Conferences will be held online twice a week for 60 minutes. Additional small group work (averaging 30 min/week) is required and will have in-person and online options.

HUM 110 Y25 - Introduction to the Humanities - García-Bryce

The two weekly conferences will meet in person for the allotted 80 minutes

HUM 211 F - Ren World Birth Modernity I - Breen

Online design/Local access option: Asynchronous lectures for HUM 211 will be recorded and uploaded at the beginning of each week. Students may register for an online or in-person conference.

HUM 211 F01 - Ren World Birth Modernity I - Martínez

In person/remote option: This course consists of two 80-minute in-person meetings per week. Students unable to participate in person will have the option to join conference remotely. (Required lectures, HUM 211 F, will be pre-recorded and accessible online only.)

HUM 211 F02 - Ren World Birth Modernity I - Breen

In-Person design/No option: This section will consist of 2 synchronous 80 min. conferences per week, blending in-person & online sessions as circumstances warrant. Additional synchronous & asynchronous activities (online or in-person) may be incorporated.

HUM 211 F03 - Ren World Birth Modernity I - Katz

Online design / no option: This course is organized around online conference discussion. Local-access students may have the opportunity to participate in optional discussion sessions to be held outdoors, weather permitting. Office hours will be conducted online.

HUM 220 Y - Modern European Humanities - Harkin

Online design / no option: Twice-weekly lectures will now all be accessed on line. The conference sections for this course are available either in-person (Y01) or online (Y02, Y03).

HUM 220 Y01 - Modern European Humanities - Harkin

In person/no option. This course will meet three times a week for 50 minutes.

HUM 220 Y02 - Modern European Humanities - Cohen

Online design / no option: Each class meeting we will work in a shared google doc to compile questions, comments, and page references; have a full class check-in to deal with administrative questions, assignments, and to set questions for the day; then the remaining time will be spent in small discussion/working groups with Cohen circulating among the groups. At the end of class we will share what we have learned and set questions for future sessions. While remote students will meet online, local students may meet in-person on their own. Office hours will be online unless weather permits meeting outdoors

HUM 220 Y03 - Modern European Humanities - Monnin

Online design / no option: All class meetings will happen synchronously online.

 

HUM 220 Y04 - Modern European Humanities - Lazier

Online Design/Local-Access Option: This course comprises two synchronous 80-minute sessions per week, which will prioritize full group discussion, alongside student presentations, short, impromptu lectures, and possibly small group work. Local-access students will have opportunities to meet with one another in small groups. Depending on circumstances, they may also have the opportunity to meet in person as a whole, likely outside, in the first week or two of the semester

HUM 220 Y05 - Modern European Humanities - Natarajan

Online Design/Local-Access Option: This course comprises two synchronous 80-minute sessions per week, which will mix full class and small group discussion. The class will be divided into pairs who will collaborate on projects over the course of the semester. Local-access students will have opportunities to meet with their pair and/or the instructor in person.

HUM 232 F (F01 & F02) Mid Imp China: Great Song Trad - Fix

Online Design / no option: This course will be taught completely online and will consist of one 50-minute recorded lecture and three 50-minute discussion seminar meetings each week. All students will meet synchronously for the discussion meetings at scheduled meeting times, while lectures will be pre-recorded to enable students to view/listen before each week's discussion meetings begin. Small group discussions, fully structured, will be occasionally used with this small conference. To enhance regular, substantive participation by all students at every seminar meeting, quizzes on lecture content, discussion questions, reading responses, visual exploratories, worksheets, and other weekly exercises will be assigned; and students' reading notes will be infrequently assessed to ensure careful participation before discussion meetings begin. Written work will include three short analytical papers (one due every four weeks), one of which may be supplemented with a well-designed & meaningful creative option (e.g., painting, poem, play, narrative).

Hum 411 - Senior Symposium - Katz

Online design (in-person design may also be possible). This course will meet for 90 minutes each week to discuss selected books. Student assignment to specific sections will happen after registration.

Linguistics

LING 211 F01 - Intro to Linguistic Analysis - Pearson

In-person design / no option: The course will consist of one 80-minute recorded lecture per week which students will view asynchronously, with the option of contributing follow-up questions and comments via Moodle. Students will then meet in small sections once a week for 80 minutes for discussion and practice problem solving. Some of these sections will be online only; others will include the option to participate in person for at least a portion of the semester. (remote students should register for section F03 or F04)

LING 211 F02 - Intro to Linguistic Analysis - Pearson

In person design / no option: The course will consist of one 80-minute recorded lecture per week which students will view asynchronously, with the option of contributing follow-up questions and comments via Moodle. Students will then meet in small sections once a week for 80 minutes for discussion and practice problem solving. Some of these sections will be online only; others will include the option to participate in person for at least a portion of the semester. (remote students should register for section F03 or F04)

LING 211 F03 (new section) - Intro to Linguistic Analysis - Pearson

In-person design / remote access option: The course will consist of one 80-minute recorded lecture per week which students will view asynchronously, with the option of contributing follow-up questions and comments via Moodle. Students will then meet in small sections once a week for 80 minutes for discussion and practice problem solving. Some of these sections will be online only; others will include the option to participate in person for at least a portion of the semester.

LING 211 F04 (new section) - Intro to Linguistic Analysis - Pearson

Online design / no option: The course will consist of one 80-minute recorded lecture per week which students will view asynchronously, with the option of contributing follow-up questions and comments via Moodle. Students will then meet in small sections once a week for 80 minutes for discussion and practice problem solving. Some of these sections will be online only; others will include the option to participate in person for at least a portion of the semester.

LING 312 F - Ling Analysis: Bilingualism - Shen

Online design / no option: This course consists of 80-minute synchronous interactive lectures and 80-minute student-collaboration sessions. The instructor will circulate among the collaboration sessions; while remote students will meet online, local students may meet in-person with the instructor joining remotely

LING 321 F - Phonology - Shen

Online design / no option: This course consists of 80-minute synchronous interactive lectures and 80-minute student-collaboration sessions. The instructor will circulate among the collaboration sessions; while remote students will meet online, local students may meet in-person with the instructor joining remotely

LING 328 F - Morphosyntactic Typology - Pearson

In-person design / remote access option: Students will meet synchronously at scheduled meeting times. Students will be given the option to participate in person or remotely, with all course materials provided online via Moodle.

LING 335 F - Lang Sex Gender & Sexuality

Becker - In-person design / remote access option: The structure of this course includes: 1) a synchronously-viewed lecture with time for Q & A, 2) one-on-one tutorials with Kara, either in-person or remote, and 3) in-person or remote small group work on collaborative research projects

LING 337 F - Methods of Design & Analysis

Becker - In person design / remote access option: The structure of this course includes: 1) a synchronously-viewed lecture with time for Q & A, 2) one-on-one tutorials with Kara, either in-person or remote, and 3) in-person or remote small group work.

Literature (C,F,G,R,S)

LITC 324 F - Genres Memory Medieval China - Ditter

Online design / no option: This course will consist of two, 80-minute synchronous online class meetings each week. Individual class meetings will involve open or guided discussion of assigned reading materials as a class or in smaller groups (break-out rooms). Office hours for this course will be online.

LITC 334 F - Yijing: Text and Tradition - Rhew

Online design/no option: This course will consist of three synchronous 50-minute online sessions

LITC 347 F - Modern Sinophone Fiction& Film - Lee

Online design / no option: This course will consist of two 80-minute synchronous class meetings each week. Office hours for this course will also be online.

LITR 325 F - Multicultural Russia - Caffee

In person design / remote access option. Most course materials and all assignments (writing, presentations, discussion board) on Moodle; Tuesday conference held via small-group meetings on Zoom; Thursday conference held in-person with remote students participating via online technology.

LITS 309 F - Intro to Film Theory - López Lerma

online design / no option. This is the conference component of a film class. Students must also register for screening. This class will meet online for 160 minutes on Wednesday night, frequently switch modalities between small group work, break-out rooms, student presentations, and synchronous class discussions and asynchronous student work.

LITS 309 FSC - Intro to Film Theory:Screening - López Lerma

Online design / no option: This is the screening component of a film class. Students must register for both components. All screening will be done asynchronously online.

LITF 392 F - French Connections - Witt

In person design / local access option: On Tuesdays, class will meet synchronously online for one collective 80-minute session. On Thursdays, class will be divided into two groups: group 1 will meet in person for 70 minutes, and group 2 will meet online for 70 minutes for discussion and small group activities. All films studied will be available for online viewing.

LITF 392 FSC - French Connections: Screening - Witt

This is a screening component of a film conference. Students must register for both components. All films studied will be available for online asynchronous viewing.

LITG 392 F - Stu Ger Thry2: Rev-Poetic Lang - Mieszkowski

In person design / remote access option: This class will meet synchronously in person with remote students joining via Zoom twice a week for 80 minutes.

LITR 363 F - Film Adaptation - Grinberg

In person design / no option: this class will meet in person twice weekly for 80 minutes per meeting

LIT 400 F - Intro to Literary Theory - King

CANCELLED (see ENG/LIT F01 & F02)

MALS

ANTH 541 - Global Health: Critical Perspectives - Brada

Online design / no option: This half unit course will meet synchronously online Tuesdays 6:00 to 7:30 pm.

ENG 553 - British Romanticism and Its Contexts - Harkin

In-person design / no option. This half unit course will meet in-person Wednesdays 5:40 to 7:10 pm. Remote students should seek a different MALS course this semester.

 

MALS 542 - Revolution and Reform in Chinese Agriculture - Hare

Online design / local access option: All course materials are available online. Conference meetings will be arranged to accommodate both in-person and online student participants.

Mathematics

MATH 111 F01 - Calculus - Davidson

Online Design / No in-person option: This course will meet three times per week for 50-minute time periods. Before class, students will be assigned "pre-work," which will include assigned reading, viewing pre-recorded lectures, or a brief assessment. Classes will meet on Zoom, and will include supplementary lectures, discussion, and activities in breakout rooms. Because students will be spending time before class viewing lecture videos, some time in class will be devoted to time for students to ask questions and work together on homework assignments.

MATH 111 F02 - Calculus - Davidson

In-person design/ no online option. This course will meet three times per week for 50-minute time periods. Before class, students will be assigned "pre-work," which will include assigned reading, viewing pre-recorded lectures, or a brief assessment. Classes will meet in person, and will include supplementary lectures, discussion, and activities. Because students will be spending time before class viewing lecture videos, some time in class will be devoted to time for students to ask questions and work together on homework assignments.

MATH 111 F03 - Calculus - Robinson

In-person design / remote-access option: This course will meet in person three times a week for 50 minute classes. Prior to class students will watch pre-recorded lectures. The in-class meetings will provide supplemental lectures, discussion of the material and time to work collaboratively on homework and additional problems. While remote-access will be possible, students interested in an on-line option are encouraged to consider one of the other Math 111 sections dedicated to remote-access.

MATH 111 F04 - Calculus - Shurman

Online Design / No in-person option: This course will meet four times per week for 50-minute lectures, during which questions and discussion are encouraged, and sometimes we will go over homework. The meetings will be recorded on Zoom, and the recordings made available. Written homework will typically be due twice a week, and periodic take-home open-book quizzes will be given over some weekends. Students are invited to meet with the instructor over Zoom outside of class as well. See the description of this Math 111 section at https://www.reed.edu/math/math111-descriptions.html and feel free to reach out to the instructor if you are uncertain whether this section will be a good fit for you.

MATH 111 F05 - Calculus - Krumm

Online design / local-access option. This will be a flipped course centered around synchronous online discussion. Short pre-recorded lectures will present the core material, and class time will be used for discussion and practice in small groups. Collaboration on coursework, whether online or in person, will be encouraged and facilitated.

MATH 111 F06 - Calculus - Shurman

In-person design/ no online option. This course will meet four times per week for 50-minute time periods. The MWF meetings will be lectures, during which questions and discussion are encouraged, and sometimes we will go over homework. Most Tuesday meetings will be weekly in-class quizzes in lieu of midterms and a final. Students are invited to meet with the instructor over Zoom outside of class as well. See the description of this Math 111 section at https://www.reed.edu/math/math111-descriptions.html, and note that beyond that description, this course is also meant for students who have had negative experiences in past mathematics classes, especially in a prior attempt at calculus. Feel free to reach out to the instructor if you are uncertain whether this section will be a good fit for you.

MATH 111 F07 - Calculus - Robinson

Online design / No in-person option. This course will meet digitally three times a week for 50 minute classes. Prior to class students will watch pre-recorded lectures. The digital meetings will provide supplemental lectures, discussion of the material and time to work collaboratively on homework and additional problems. There is no in-person option for this section.

MATH 111 F08 (new section) - Calculus - Korobenko

In-person design/no option. This course will meet in person 3 times a week for 50 minutes. Before class students will watch a pre-recorded lecture/do a reading/or a short assignment. Class time will be devoted to discussion, working through examples, and collaborative work.

MATH 112 F01 - Intro to Analysis - Korobenko

In-person design/no option. This course will meet in person 3 times a week for 50 minutes for lecture, discussion, and collaborative work. There will be a quiz after each lecture to be completed online, and a weekly homework. There is no online option, remote students should sign up for Math 112 F02.

MATH 112 F02 - Intro to Analysis - Korobenko

Online design/no option. This course will meet online (Zoom) 3 times a week for 50 minutes for lecture, discussion, and collaborative work. Each class will be recorded, and the recording made available online. There will be a quiz after each lecture to be completed online, and a weekly homework. There is no in-person option, students who wish to attend in person should sign up for Math 112 F01 or F03.

MATH 112 F03 - Intro to Analysis - Robinson

In-person design / remote-access option. This course will meet in person three times a week for 50 minute classes. Prior to class students will watch pre-recorded lectures. The in-class meetings will provide supplemental lectures, discussion of the material and time to work collaboratively on homework and additional problems. The supplemental lecture parts of these meetings will be recorded so that remote students can watch them at a later time. Digital sessions for discussion/collaboration will also be facilitated for remote-access students.

MATH 113 F01 - Discrete Structures - Ormsby

In-person design / remote-access option. This course meets three times a week for 50-minute periods in which students work collaboratively on content-related mathematics problems. Prior to these meetings, students will do a reading and watch a recorded lecture. The meetings will be in-person, but if remote students are enrolled, the instructor will also facilitate separate synchronous online meetings of the same duration and frequency.

MATH 113 F02 - Discrete Structures - Ormsby

In-person design / remote-access option. This course meets three times a week for 50-minute periods in which students work collaboratively on content-related mathematics problems. Prior to these meetings, students will do a reading and watch a recorded lecture. The meetings will be in-person, but if remote students are enrolled, the instructor will also facilitate separate synchronous online meetings of the same duration and frequency.

MATH 113 F03 - Discrete Structures (new section) - Perkinson

Online design/no in-person option. This course meets MWF for 50-minute periods via Zoom. Each class meeting begins with a brief time for questions and is followed by students working collaboratively on content-related mathematics problems in breakout rooms. Prior to class meetings, students will do a reading and watch a short recorded lecture.

MATH 141 F01 - Intro to Probability & Statist - McConville

Online design/ no option. This course consists of 2 50 minute live-streamed interactive lectures and 1 50 minute collaborative R tutorial session. In addition, students must sign up for a lab section with the same instructor as their lecture instructor. There are both in-person and online lab section options

MATH 141 F02 - Intro to Probability & Statist

CANCELLED (enrolled students move to F01)

MATH 141 F11 - Intro to Prob & Stat: Lab - McConville

Online design/no option. This lab consists of a 50 minute online, interactive code review session. Students must sign up for a lecture section with the same instructor as their lab section.

MATH 141 F12 - Intro to Prob & Stat: Lab - McConville

Online design/no option. This lab consists of a 50 minute online, interactive code review session. Students must sign up for a lecture section with the same instructor as their lab section.

MATH 141 F13 - Intro to Prob & Stat: Lab - McConville

Online design/no option. This lab consists of a 50 minute online, interactive code review session. Students must sign up for a lecture section with the same instructor as their lab section.

MATH 141 F14 - Intro to Prob & Stat: Lab (new section) - McConville

Online design/no option. This lab consists of a 50 minute online, interactive code review session. Students must sign up for a lecture section with the same instructor as their lab section.

MATH 141 F15 - Intro to Prob & Stat: Lab (new section) - McConville

Online design/no option. This lab consists of a 50 minute online, interactive code review session. Students must sign up for a lecture section with the same instructor as their lab section.

MATH 141 F16 - Intro to Prob & Stat: Lab (new section)

Online design/no option. This lab consists of a 50 minute online, interactive code review session. Students must sign up for a lecture section with the same instructor as their lab section.

MATH 141 F03 - Intro to Probability & Statist - Staff

Online design/ no option. This course consists of 2 50 minute live-streamed interactive lectures and 1 50 minute collaborative R tutorial session. In addition, students must sign up for a lab section with the same instructor as their lecture instructor. There are both in-person and online lab section options.

MATH 141 F04 - Intro to Probability & Statist

CANCELLED (enrolled students move to F03)

MATH 141 F31 - Intro to Prob & Stat: Lab - Staff

Online design/no option. This lab consists of a 50 minute online, interactive code review session. Students must sign up for a lecture section with the same instructor as their lab section.

MATH 141 F32 - Intro to Prob & Stat: Lab - Staff

Online design/no option. This lab consists of a 50 minute online, interactive code review session. Students must sign up for a lecture section with the same instructor as their lab section.

MATH 141 F33 - Intro to Prob & Stat: Lab - Staff

Online design/no option. This lab consists of a 50 minute online, interactive code review session. Students must sign up for a lecture section with the same instructor as their lab section.

MATH 141 F34 - Intro to Prob & Stat: Lab (new section) - Staff

In person design/no option. This lab consists of a 50 minute in-person interactive code review session. Students must sign up for a lecture section with the same instructor as their lab section.

MATH 141 F35 - Intro to Prob & Stat: Lab (new section) - Staff

In person design/no option. This lab consists of a 50 minute in-person interactive code review session. Students must sign up for a lecture section with the same instructor as their lab section.

MATH 141 F36 - Intro to Prob & Stat: Lab (new section) - Staff

In person design/no option. This lab consists of a 50 minute in-person interactive code review session. Students must sign up for a lecture section with the same instructor as their lab section.

MATH 201 F01 - Linear Algebra - Pommersheim

In person design/ remote access option. This class will meet in person twice a week for 80 minutes. Prerecorded videos covering core course concepts will be made available for students to watch in preparation for class. The meetings themselves will focus on discussions, supplemental lecture material, and collaborative student work. Essential parts of these meetings will be recorded so that remote students can watch them at a later time, and for these students, remote collaborative sessions will be facilitated.

MATH 201 F02 - Linear Algebra - Pommersheim

In person design/ remote access option. This class will meet in person twice a week for 80 minutes. Prerecorded videos covering core course concepts will be made available for students to watch in preparation for class. The meetings themselves will focus on discussions, supplemental lecture material, and collaborative student work. Essential parts of these meetings will be recorded so that remote students can watch them at a later time, and for these students, remote collaborative sessions will be facilitated.

MATH 201 F03 - Linear Algebra - Pommersheim

In person design/ remote access option. This class will meet in person twice a week for 80 minutes. Prerecorded videos covering core course concepts will be made available for students to watch in preparation for class. The meetings themselves will focus on discussions, supplemental lecture material, and collaborative student work. Essential parts of these meetings will be recorded so that remote students can watch them at a later time, and for these students, remote collaborative sessions will be facilitated.

MATH 202 F - Vector Calculus - Shurman

Online Design / No in-person option. This course will meet four times per week for 50-minute lectures, during which questions and discussion are encouraged, and sometimes we will go over homework. The meetings will be recorded on Zoom, and the recordings made available. Written homework will typically be due twice a week, and periodic take-home open-book quizzes will be given over some weekends. Students are invited to meet with the instructor over Zoom outside of class as well.

MATH 243 F - Statistical Learning - Wells

Online design/ local access option. This course consists of two 50 minute live-streamed interactive lectures per week, along with an additional 50 minute period for small group collaboration on projects. The small group meetings will occur in-person, but if remote students are enrolled, will be conducted remotely as well.

MATH 321 F01 - Real Analysis - Krumm

Online design / local-access option. This will be a flipped course centered around synchronous online discussion. Short pre-recorded lectures will present the core material, and class time will be used for discussion and practice in small groups. Collaboration on coursework, whether online or in person, will be encouraged and facilitated.

MATH 321 F02 - Real Analysis - Krumm

Online design / local-access option. This will be a flipped course centered around synchronous online discussion. Short pre-recorded lectures will present the core material, and class time will be used for discussion and practice in small groups. Collaboration on coursework, whether online or in person, will be encouraged and facilitated.

MATH 322 F - Ordinary Differential Equation - Korobenko

CANCELLED

MATH 341 F - Topics in Geometry - Perkinson

Online design/no in-person option. This course meets MWF for 50-minute periods via Zoom. Each class meeting begins with a time for questions and is followed by students working collaboratively on content-related mathematics problems in breakout rooms. Prior to class meetings, students will do a reading and watch a recorded lecture.

MATH 391 F - Probability - Wells

Online Design / local access option: This course will meet online three times per week for 50 minutes each. Prior to each class meeting, students will be assigned readings, pre-recorded lecture videos, and/or brief assessments. During class time, students will collaborate in small groups on homework and additional problems. Some additional class time may be devoted to supplementary lectures and large-group discussion. Depending on local access enrollment, some small group discussions can be conducted in-person concurrently with online discussions.

MATH 412 F - Topics in Algebra - Davidson

In person design / Remote access option. This course will meet via Zoom two days per week for 50 minutes, and one day per week in person to work group problems (double meaning intended!). Remote students will be organized to meet via Zoom to replace the in-person sessions.

Music

MUS 101 FCR & FNC - Private Instruction - VanLeuven

This course consists of one 60 minute private lesson per week for nine weeks. Lessons will meet in person or online, depending on the instrument and the instructor. Students will be assigned practice time and space in the PAB practice suite.

MUS 104 FCR & FNC - Orchestra - Staff

In person design / no option: Students will meet in a large space, to properly socially distance. Online interaction will be used as needed for individual instruction.

MUS 105 FCR & FNC - Chorus - Kobayashi

Online design / local access option: In-person singing will be considered with participants on a guided opt-in basis only and will be strongly discouraged (unless perhaps some students are living together), and independent study arrangements can be made as needed for international students. Chorus this term will offer weekly community-oriented enrichment classes on choral topics aimed at furthering students' understanding of vocal music traditions and strengthening their musical skills and awareness. Weekly topics may include aspects of choral singing (such as vocal technique/health, performance practice/style, ensemble awareness), facilitated discussions on choral music and society, group listening sessions, music fundamentals/literacy review, guest lectures, and other sessions on topics suggested by Chorus members. While attendance/engagement will be required for students to receive credit for the course, the majority of weekly activities will be offered on a opt-in/not-for-credit basis for Reed community members and neighbors that wish to participate in Chorus. All members in Chorus will participate in a "virtual choir" project that will likely include at least 2 pieces that the instructor will edit together with individually recorded and submitted tracks, an accompanying interactive PDF or webpage, and a compilation of written and/or recorded responses from the singers to a series of reflection questions.

MUS 107 FCR & FNC - Collegium Musicum - Kobayashi

Online design / local access option: In-person singing will be considered with participants on a guided opt-in basis only and will be strongly discouraged (unless perhaps some students are living together), and independent study arrangements can be made as needed for international students. Collegium will be be largely co-designed alongside students, prioritizing community building in lieu of in-person music making. The course this term will engage students in intentionally building and fostering ensemble culture and learning community. Together we will brainstorm and decide as a group what kind of final project(s) we would be interested in creating together.

MUS 108 FCR & FNC - Jazz Ensemble - VanLeuven

In-person design / remote access: This course consists of one 60 minute meeting per week with the instructor. Individual students will be placed in small groups and meet in a large space. Some weeks students will meet online with the instructor for individual discussion.

MUS 109 FCR & FNC - Chamber Music - VanLeuven

In person design / no option: Students will meet in a large space, to properly socially distance. Online interaction will be used as needed for individual instruction.

MUS 109 FNC - Chamber Music - VanLeuven

In person design / no option: Students will meet in a large space, to properly socially distance. Online interaction will be used as needed for individual instruction.

MUS 110 F - Music Fundamentals - Kobayashi

Online design / local access option: All required material will be completed online. Pre-recorded weekly lectures and zoom class time to engage in musical activities. Daily musical exercises will be required. Limited in-person tutoring may be offered on an opt-in basis only and arrangements for international students as needed.

MUS 150 F - The Cultural Study of Music - Luker

Online design / local-access option: This course will take a "flipped classroom" model where all course content will be available asynchronously online (readings, listening examples, podcast style mini lectures, etc.) supported by opportunities for members of the class community to engage online in a variety of ways (structured discussion boards, collective analytical listening exercises, etc.). Students will also participate in an 80 minute synchronous discussion sections per week. Remote students will meet online and local students can meet in a Reed classroom. Students will also work regularly in small groups (either in person or online, depending on availability and preference) and will have one-on-one access to the instructor via extended in person or online office hours.

MUS 221 F - Music History I - Burford

In person design / remote option: This course will run essentially as a regular in-person class, but will accommodate students with a need to be online.

MUS 225 F - Electroacoustic Music - Volness

Online design / local access option: The lecture and all discussion for this course will happen online designed to accommodate remote students. While local students may have access to studios and equipment, remote students will be supplied with all required equipment. Listening sessions will be available online and will occur in-person only if conditions permit.

MUS 249 F - Opera: Race, Sexuality, Empire - Burford

CANCELLED

MUS 277 F - Music and Politics - Luker

In person design / remote access option. This course will operate as a typical, in person conference course with an online option for those who are unable to participate in face to face class meetings. All course materials will be delivered online (readings, listening examples, occasional mini-lectures, discussion boards, etc.), with synchronous meetings dedicated to group discussion of course materials and analytical listening exercises.

MUS 310 F - Chromatic Harmony - Volness

Online design / local access option: The lecture and all discussion for this course will happen online designed to accommodate remote students. While local students may have access to studios and equipment, remote students will be supplied with all required equipment. Listening sessions will be available online and will occur in-person only if conditions permit.

MUS 310 FL1 - Chromatic Harmony - Volness

CANCELLED

MUS 310 FL2 - Chromatic Harmony - Volness

Online design / local access option: The lecture and all discussion for this course will happen online designed to accommodate remote students. While local students may have access to studios and equipment, remote students will be supplied with all required equipment. Listening sessions will be available online and will occur in-person only if conditions permit

MUS 360 F - Black Freedom Struggle - Burford

In person design, remote option, Will run essentially as a regular class, but will accommodate student with a need to be online.

Philosophy

PHIL 201 F - Logic - Hinchliff

Online design / no option: This course meets synchronously online for 80 minutes twice a week.

PHIL 202 F - Introduction to Metaphysics - Cross

In-person design / local access: All students will meet synchronously in person at the scheduled times.

PHIL 207 F01 - Persons and their Lives - Arkonovich

In-person design / remote option: class meets in-person 50 minutes, 3x weekly. All students will meet synchronously with conferencing technology to accommodate in-person and remote students simultaneously with the number of in-person students constrained by room capacity.

PHIL 207 F02 - Persons and their Lives - Arkonovich

In-person design / remote option: class meets in-person 50 minutes, 3x weekly. All students will meet synchronously with conferencing technology to accommodate in-person and remote students simultaneously with the number of in-person students constrained by room capacity.

PHIL 301 F - Ancient Philosophy - Hinchliff

Online design / no option: This course meets synchronously online for 80 minutes twice a week.

PHIL 413 F - Metaethics - Arkonovich

In-person design / remote-access option: All students will meet synchronously at all scheduled meeting times, however half of the students will be in person and half will attend remotely alternating each meeting. All will be using virtual technology to discuss material. This course can accommodate remote students as they would always participate remotely.

PHIL 414 F - Phil of Logic & Mathematics - Hovda

In-person design / remote-access option. This course will include asynchronous recorded lectures, as well as workshop/discussion sessions. Some workshops will involve students presenting previously prepared papers or exercises. Workshop sessions will include in-person sessions for local students, and virtual sessions for both remote access students and local students. In a given week, students will attend and participate in at least 80 minutes worth of workshop, typically more; workshop and lectures together will total 160--200 minutes.

Physics

PHYS 101 F - General Physics I - Larkoski

In-person design / no option: This section of Physics 101 is designed for incoming students (remote first year students should register for the other, online section). Lecture will be capped at 50 students and will meet in-person at the scheduled times. Conferences and labs will also meet in person. Even though conferences and labs may be in-person, significant additional technology may be required to ensure equitable and safe communication and discussion. (check SOLAR for section #s)

PHYS 101 F01 - General Physics I: Conf - Staff

In-person design / no option: These sections of Physics 101 conference are designed for incoming students. Conferences will meet in person supplemented by virtual technology to ensure equitable and safe communication and discussion. (check SOLAR for section #s)

PHYS 101 FL1 - General Physics I: Lab - Staff

In-person design / no option: These sections of Physics 101 labs are designed for incoming students. Lab activities will take place in person supplemented by virtual technology to ensure equitable and safe work environment as well as communication and discussion. (check SOLAR for section #s)

PHYS 101 ? - General Physics I - Larkoski

Online design / no option: This section of Physics 101 is designed for returning students and will be held completely online. Lectures will be pre-recorded with online submission of homework. In-person office hours will be available. Students in this section will also have synchronous online conferences through Zoom and labs that will be performed remotely (equipment supplied by the department) (check SOLAR for section #s)

PHYS 101 ?01 - General Physics I: Conf - Staff

Online design / no option: This section of Physics 101 conference is designed for returning students and will be held completely online. Conference will take place synchronously online conferences through Zoom. (check SOLAR for section #s)

PHYS 101 ?L1 - General Physics I: Lab - Staff

Online design / no option: These sections of Physics 101 arelab designed for returning students. Lab activities will be performed remotely and asynchronously with equipment supplied by the department. (check SOLAR for section #s)

PHYS 201 F01 - Oscillations & Waves - Franklin

Online design/remote access option. In person lectures to be recorded and provided online for asynchronous viewing. Lecture notes, homework and discussion questions will be posted online, with Moodle fora to facilitate student interaction online.

PHYS 201 F02 (new section) - Oscillations & Waves - Franklin

In-person design/remote access option. In person lectures to be recorded and provided online for asynchronous viewing. Lecture notes, homework and discussion questions will be posted online, with Moodle fora to facilitate student interaction online.

PHYS 201 FL1 - Oscillations & Waves: Lab - Staff

Online design / local access option: This is the once a week lab component of the course. The labs will be done asynchronously and remotely by the students, utilizing electronics equipment provided at the beginning of the semester. The weekly assignments will be posted and collected via Moodle. There is an option to receive in-person introduction to the use of the measurement and testing equipment at the beginning of the semester.

PHYS 201 FL2 - Oscillations & Waves: Lab - Staff

Online design / local access option: This is the once a week lab component of the course. The labs will be done asynchronously and remotely by the students, utilizing electronics equipment provided at the beginning of the semester. The weekly assignments will be posted and collected via Moodle. There is an option to receive in-person introduction to the use of the measurement and testing equipment at the beginning of the semester.

PHYS 201 FL3 - Oscillations & Waves: Lab - Staff

Online design / local access option: This is the once a week lab component of the course. The labs will be done asynchronously and remotely by the students, utilizing electronics equipment provided at the beginning of the semester. The weekly assignments will be posted and collected via Moodle. There is an option to receive in-person introduction to the use of the measurement and testing equipment at the beginning of the semester.

PHYS 201 FLL - Oscillations & Waves: Lab/Lect - Staff

Online design / no option: This is the once a week lab lecture component of the course. The lectures will be synchronously provided online (e.g. zoom). Lectures can be recorded and made available via Moodle.

PHYS 311 F - Classical Mechanics I - Essick

Online design / no option: All three class meeting times will occur as online lectures via Zoom. Lectures will be recorded for asynchronous viewing to accommodate students in different timezones. Powerpoint lecture presentations and weekly homework sets will be provided via Moodle.

PHYS 321 F01 - Electrodynamics I - Franklin

In-person design / remote access option: All three class meeting times will occur in person. Lectures will be recorded for remote students to view asynchronously and lecture notes, discussion questions, and homework will be provided via Moodle.

PHYS 321 F02 (new section) - Electrodynamics I - Franklin

In-person design / remote access option: All three class meeting times will occur in person. Lectures will be recorded for remote students to view asynchronously and lecture notes, discussion questions, and homework will be provided via Moodle.

PHYS 331 F - Advanced Laboratory I - Beck

Online design / no option: This is the lecture component of a lecture/lab course. The lectures will be provided online.

PHYS 331 FL1 - Advanced Laboratory I: Lab - Beck

In-person design / remote access option: This is the lab component of a lecture/lab course. Students will work with a partner, one in the lab and one remote communicating via zoom. Students will alternate which week they attend the lab.There will be no more than 4 students in the lab room simultaneously. If necessary, all students will be provided with the equipment necessary to do the labs on their own.

PHYS 331 FL2 - Advanced Laboratory I: Lab - Beck

In-person design / remote access option: This is the lab component of a lecture/lab course. Students will work with a partner, one in the lab and one remote communicating via zoom. Students will alternate which week they attend the lab.There will be no more than 4 students in the lab room simultaneously. If necessary, all students will be provided with the equipment necessary to do the labs on their own.

PHYS 331 FL3 - Advanced Laboratory I: Lab - Beck

In-person design / remote access option: This is the lab component of a lecture/lab course. Students will work with a partner, one in the lab and one remote communicating via zoom. Students will alternate which week they attend the lab.There will be no more than 4 students in the lab room simultaneously. If necessary, all students will be provided with the equipment necessary to do the labs on their own.

PHYS 351 F - Thermal Physics - Schroeter

Online design / no option: Synchronous online course with three meetings per week.

PHYS 364 F - Tops of Astrophysical Interest - Crocker

In-person design / remote access option: 80 min in-person Tuesday lectures to be recorded for remote students. 40 min lecture to be viewed asynchronously before Thursday class. Thursday divided into two 40 min sections (first, second half of normal class time) for online discussion and/or online small group activity work. [Classroom only needed for Tuesday.]

PHYS 411 F - Classical Mechanics II - Illing

In-person design / remote access option: All three 50 minute class meetings will be held in-person but recorded lectures can be provided to remote students. On Moodle, there will be lecture notes, discussion questions, and homework. Office hours can be held via zoom.

Political Science

POL 220 F01 & F02 - Comparative Politics - Daby

Online design / no-option: This course will take place in two 80-minute in-person sessions per week.

 

POL 260 F - Am Politics & Pub Policy-Lect - Koski

Online design / no option: This is the lecture portion of POL 260: Introduction to American Politics and Public Policy. You must sign up for both a lecture and a discussion section. The course delivery includes 90-100 minutes of material. The lectures will take place asynchronously. Office hours for these lectures will take place online with some in-person office hours, conditions permitting.

POL 260 F01 (new section) - Intro Am Politics & Pub Policy - Koski

In-person design / no option: This is the discussion section for POL 260: American Politics and Public Policy. You must sign up for both a lecture and a discussion section. Discussion sections meet once per week for 60 minutes. This course will take place in-person in groups of 8. Students seeking a remote option for the semester should enroll for the alternative discussion section. Students who find themselves unable to come to class can also take the remote session.

POL 260 F02 (new sections) - Intro Am Politics & Pub Policy - Koski

Online design / no option: This is the discussion section for POL 260: American Politics and Public Policy. You must sign up for both a lecture and a discussion section. Discussion sections meet once per week for 60 minutes. This course will take place in online discussion groups of 8-12 depending on enrollment.

POL 260 F03 (new section) - Intro Am Politics & Pub Policy - Koski

In-person design / no option: This is the discussion section for POL 260: American Politics and Public Policy. You must sign up for both a lecture and a discussion section. Discussion sections meet once per week for 60 minutes. This course will take place in-person in groups of 8. Students seeking a remote option for the semester should enroll for the alternative discussion section. Students who find themselves unable to come to class can also take the remote session.

POL 260 F04 (new section) - Intro Am Politics & Pub Policy - Koski

In-person design / no option: This is the discussion section for POL 260: American Politics and Public Policy. You must sign up for both a lecture and a discussion section. Discussion sections meet once per week for 60 minutes. This course will take place in-person in groups of 8. Students seeking a remote option for the semester should enroll for the alternative discussion section. Students who find themselves unable to come to class can also take the remote session.

POL 260 F05 (new section) - Intro Am Politics & Pub Policy - Koski

In-person design / no option: This is the discussion section for POL 260: American Politics and Public Policy. You must sign up for both a lecture and a discussion section. Discussion sections meet once per week for 60 minutes. This course will take place in-person in groups of 8. Students seeking a remote option for the semester should enroll for the alternative discussion section. Students who find themselves unable to come to class can also take the remote session.

POL 350 F02 - Networks and Social Structure - Montgomery

See SOC 380, Tuesday section F02 12-3pm (in-person only, no remote option)

POL 360 F - Economics & Politics of 2020 - Koski

In-person / no option: This course will take place in two 80 minute in person sessions per week.

POL 375 F01 (new section) - Disaster Politics & Policy - Manson

In-person design / no option: This is the in-person option for POL 375: Disaster Politics and Policy. This section will include an 80 minute asynchronous lecture once per week, and an 80 minute in-person class meeting once per week. Students seeking a remote option for the semester should enroll for the alternative section. Students who find themselves unable to come to class can also take the remote session.

POL 375 F02 (new section) - Disaster Politics & Policy - Manson

Online design / no option: This is the remote option for POL 375: Disaster Politics and Policy. This section will include an 80 minute asynchronous lecture once per week, and an 80 minute remote class meeting once per week. Students seeking an in-person option for the semester should enroll for the alternative section.

POL 394 F - Sex, Gender & Political Theory - Metz

In-person design / remote-access option. This course will meet for two synchronous 80-minute class meetings/week. Students will be divided into two groups, one of which will attend class in-person and one, remotely. All will be using virtual technology to discuss material. Some material may be scheduled to be completed in an asynchronous fashion during the course of the semester. This course can accommodate remote students as they would always participate remotely.

POL 405 F - Judgment - Steinberger

In-person/Remote-access option. Class will be held synchronously in two 80-minute sessions/week. Students will be divided into two groups. On Tuesdays, one group meets in-person, the other group remotely. On Thursdays, it's the reverse. First 20 minutes, the in-person group discusses, the remote group observes. Next 20, we switch. And so on.

Psychology

PSY 101 F01, F03, F06 - Foundations Psychological Sci - Lecture - Corpus

Online design / no option: This is the lecture portion of a course that has three required components (lecture/concept lab/applied lab). All lecture material will be delivered online. For each of the twice weekly meetings, students will asynchronously view a recorded 60-minute lecture before class and then synchronously engage in 20 minutes of remote discussion in smaller groups.

PSY 101 F01, F03, F06 - Foundations Psychological Sci - CL - Anderson

In-person design / no option: This is the concept lab portion of a course that has three required components (lecture/concept lab/applied lab). This in-person version of the concept lab will meet face-to-face once each week for 50 minutes of instruction and lab activities. First-year students will have priority for enrolling in this section.

PSY 101 F01, F03, F06 - Foundations Psychological Sci - AL - Schroerlucke (listed Corpus)

Online design / no option: This is the applied lab portion of a course that has three required components (lecture/concept lab/applied lab). This online lab will meet synchronously once each week for 50 minutes of remote instruction and lab work.

PSY 101 F02, F04, F05 - Foundations Psychological Sci - Lecture - Corpus

Online design / no option:This is the lecture portion of a course that has three required components (lecture/concept lab/applied lab). All lecture material will be delivered online. For each of the twice weekly meetings, students will asynchronously view a recorded 60-minute lecture before class and then synchronously engage in 20 minutes of remote discussion in smaller groups.

PSY 101 F02, F04, F05 - Foundations Psychological Sci - CL - Corpus

Online design / no option: This is the concept lab portion of a course that has three required components (lecture/concept lab/applied lab). This online version of the concept lab will meet synchronously once each week for 50 minutes of remote instruction and lab activities.

PSY 101 F02, F04, F05 - Foundations Psychological Sci - AL - Schroerlucke (listed Corpus)

Online design / no option: This is the applied lab portion of a course that has three required components (lecture/concept lab/applied lab). This online lab will meet synchronously once each week for 50 minutes of remote instruction and lab work.

PSY 223 F - Political Decision Making - Baker

Online design / local access option: This course will be held primarily online. This course is organized around online discussion and short synchronous lectures (which will be posted for later viewing as well). The class will be broken into groups of approximately 3 students to engage in collaborative projects and discussions over the course of the semester. Local-access students will have opportunities to meet with the instructor in person in these small groups. Additional in-person activities may be arranged, if permissible and safe.

PSY 241 Judgment & Decision Making Hackenberg

Online design / no option. The course is organized around discussion, short synchronous lectures, and student-collaborative work, meeting twice per week for 80 min. The lectures will be synchronous but will be recorded and posted for later viewing. Office hours will also be held online.

PSY 319 F - Addictions - Anderson

CANCELLED

PSY 322 F - Social Psychology - Baker

Online design / local access option: This course is organized around online discussion and asynchronous pre-recorded lectures. Some activities will be completed independently and submitted online, while others may be arranged for local-access students in small groups if permissible and safe. A weekly synchronous meeting will also be arranged to address student questions and further discuss course content. Independent student hours may be flexibly held online or in-person.

PSY 324 F - Health Psychology - Harper

Online design / no option: This course is organized around online discussions and short synchronous web-based lectures. The class will be broken into groups to engage in collaborative projects over the course of the semester.

PSY 330 F - Comparative Cognition - Hackenberg

Online design / no option. The course is organized around discussion, short interactive lectures, and student-collaborative work, meeting three times per week for 50 min. The lectures will be synchronous but will be recorded and posted for later viewing. Office hours will also be held online.

PSY 333 F - Behavioral Neuroscience - Carr

Online design / no option: This is the lecture portion of the course. Students must also register for a lab component. For each of the twice weekly 80 minute lectures, material will be delivered online in a combination of synchronous and asynchronous formats.

PSY 333 FL1 - Behavioral Neuroscience:Lab - Carr

In-person design / no option: This is one of three lab sections of the course. Students must also register for a lecture component. This lab section will meet in person once each week for 80 minutes of instruction and lab activities that include a brain dissection, surgery, and behavioral testing.

PSY 333 FL2 - Behavioral Neuroscience:Lab - Carr

In person design / no option: This is one of three lab sections of the course. Students must also register for a lecture component. This lab section will meet in person once each week for 80 minutes of instruction and lab activities that include a brain dissection, surgery, and behavioral testing.

PSY 333 FL3 - Behavioral Neuroscience:Lab

Carr - In person design / no option: This is one of three lab sections of the course. Students must also register for a lecture component. This lab section will meet in person once each week for 80 minutes of instruction and lab activities that include a brain dissection, surgery, and behavioral testing.

PSY 366 F - Cognitive Processes - Holmes

In person design / remote access option: This is the conference portion of the course. Students must also register for a lab section. Conferences will meet in person for 80 minutes twice each week, and will consist primarily of discussion with occasional short lectures. Remote-access students can attend virtually, but this participation mode is not optimal.

PSY 366 FL1 - Cognitive Processes: Lab - Holmes

In person design / no option: This is one of two lab sections of the course. Students must also register for the conference component. This lab section will meet in person once each week for 80 minutes of instruction and group work on a semester-long research project. Remote-access students should register for the other lab section.

PSY 366 FL2 - Cognitive Processes: Lab - Holmes

In-person design / remote access option: This is one of two lab sections of the course. Students must also register for the conference component. This lab section will meet in person once each week for 80 minutes of instruction and group work on a semester-long research project. Remote-access students can attend the lab and complete the research project virtually, but this participation mode is not optimal.

PSY 381 F - Sensation & Perception - Pitts

In-person design / remote access option: This is the lecture/conference portion of the course. Students must also register for the lab component. Lectures and conferences will occur in person, with lectures on Tuesdays and conferences on Thursdays. Students who require remote access can attend using virtual technology, but this participation mode is not optimal.

PSY 381 FL1 - Sensation & Perception: Lab - Pitts

In-person design / remote access option; This is a lab section of PSY 381. Students must also register for the lecture/conference component. This lab will be devoted to group work on a semester-long research project. In the first half of the semester, during the experimental design phases of the project, we will meet synchronously, in person, once per week. Data acquisition will occur online, and the second half of the semester will mostly consist of asynchronous meetings between the instructor and each lab group (in person or online). Students who require remote access can still complete the lab project, but in person participation is preferred, especially during the first half of the semester.

PSY 381 FL2 - Sensation & Perception: Lab - Pitts

In person design / remote access option: This is a lab section of PSY 381. Students must also register for the lecture/conference component. This lab will be devoted to group work on a semester-long research project. In the first half of the semester, during the experimental design phases of the project, we will meet synchronously, in person, once per week. Data acquisition will occur online, and the second half of the semester will mostly consist of asynchronous meetings between the instructor and each lab group (in person or online). Students who require remote access can still complete the lab project, but in person participation is preferred, especially during the first half of the semester.

PSY 393 F - Psycholinguistics - Canseco-Gonzalez

Online design / no option: This is the lecture/conference portion of the course. Students must also register for a lab component. For this lecture/conference, we will meet synchronously and remotely twice a week for 80 min.

PSY 393 FL1 - Psycholinguistics: Lab - Canseco-Gonzalez

Online design /no option: This is one of the lab sections of PSY 393. Students must also register for the lecture/conference component. The lab will be devoted to group work on a semester-long research project. In the first half of the semester we will meet synchronously and remotely once per week for 80 min. to train students in a remote testing method (pcibex) and to learn experimental design. The second half of the semester will consist of synchronous meetings between the instructor and TA with each lab group (for at least 20 min/week) to implement their project (extra meetings will be scheduled with each group during office hours if/when needed). Student projects' data acquisition will occur remotely.

PSY 393 FL2 - Psycholinguistics: Lab - Canseco-Gonzalez

Online design / no option: This is one of the lab sections of PSY 393. Students must also register for the lecture/conference component. The lab will be devoted to group work on a semester-long research project. In the first half of the semester we will meet synchronously and remotely once per week for 80 min. to train students in a remote testing method (pcibex) and to learn experimental design. The second half of the semester will consist of synchronous meetings between the instructor and TA with each lab group (for at least 20 min/week) to implement their project (extra meetings will be scheduled with each group during office hours if/when needed). Student projects' data acquisition will occur remotely.

PSY 415 F - Learning/Comparative Research - Hackenberg

CANCELLED

PSY 417 F - Attention/Consciousness Rsch - Pitts

In-person design / remote access option: This conference/lab course will be held in person. The lab component will be modified to allow as much exposure to EEG research as is feasible given social distancing constraints. Video demos and methods papers will replace hands-on EEG data acquisition, but other components of the research process such as experimental design, computer programming, EEG pre-processing, data analysis & visualization will all be possible through remote access to lab computers and software. Students who require remote access can attend using virtual technology, but this participation mode is not recommended.

PSY 439 F - Psy-ling Research:Bilingualism - Canseco-Gonzalez

In-person design / remote access option: This is a conference/lab course. We will meet 3 hours/week in person, with the first half of each class dedicated to the review and discussion of assigned research papers. In the second half of each class we will focus on the design and implementation of a semester-long full research project (in groups of 3 students). Students will acquire research data from bilingual participants using a remote testing platform.

 

PSY 442 F - Clinical Psychology - Anderson

In-person design /remote access option: Class format includes a mix of lecture, discussion, and small group work. Students present periodically across the term. Students can attend class via Zoom; however, this format is not optimal.

PSY 241 - Judgment & Decision Making - Hackenberg

In-person design / remote access option: The course involves a mix of lecture and discussion. Classes will be scheduled synchronously, and can be joined remotely. One (80 min) class session per week will be in-person, and the other (80 min) class session will be held online.

Religion

REL 115 F - Rel & Phil Pre-Imperial China - Brashier

Online design / no option. This course consists of three 50-minute online discussions each week in groups of no more than a dozen (including the instructor). New time slots will be found if numbers necessitate it. In addition to the online conferences, the instructor will provide many recorded lectures and presentations to be viewed in tandem with the readings prior to conference.

REL 123 F01 - Islam in the Modern World - GhaneaBassiri

Online design / no option. This course consists of two 80-minute online sessions. The course is divided into different units with individualized learning objectives which will be achieved through varying combinations of taped lectures, short writing assignments, and conference discussions.

REL 123 F02.5 (new section) Islam in the Modern World - GhaneaBassiri

In-person design / no option. This course will be taught in person to first-year students in pods. It will consist of two 80-minutes sessions which will be divided between lectures and conference discussions. There is no on-line option built into the course. If an online option becomes necessary due to health reasons, students will be accommodated through one of the online-design sections of the course.

REL 123 F02 - Islam in the Modern World - GhaneaBassiri

Online design / no option. This course consists of two 80-minute online sessions. The course is divided into different units with individualized learning objectives which will be achieved through varying combinations of taped lectures, short writing assignments, and conference discussions.

REL 141 F - Ancient Christianity: 1st 7 c. - Foat

Online design / no option. This course consists of 80-minute live-streamed sessions that will include interactive lectures and guided discussions in smaller collaboration groups. The instructor will circulate among the collaboration groups.

REL 151 F - Introduction to Judaism - Wasserstrom

Online design / no option. This course consists of 80-minute live-streamed sessions that will include interactive lectures and guided discussions in smaller collaboration groups. The instructor will circulate among the collaboration groups.

REL 201 F - Theory & Method-Religion Study - Brashier

Online design / no option. This course consists of three 50-minute online discussions each week in groups of no more than a dozen (including the instructor). New time slots will be found if numbers necessitate it. In addition to the online conferences, the instructor will provide many recorded lectures and presentations to be viewed in tandem with the readings prior to conference.

REL 227 F - Erasure of Muslims: West Hum 1 - GhaneaBassiri and Wasserstrom

Online design / no option. This course consists of three fifty-minute online discussion sessions. Depending on the number of students in the course, the course may be divided into two sections to allow for more robust online discussions with fewer students. There is no in-person assignment planned for the course.

REL 345 F - The New Testament - Foat

Online design / no option. This course consists of 80-minute live-streamed sessions that will include interactive lectures and guided discussions in smaller collaboration groups. The instructor will circulate among the collaboration groups.

REL 349 F - Christian Mysticism: Foundations - Foat

Online design / no option. This course consists of 80-minute live-streamed sessions that will include interactive lectures and guided discussions in smaller collaboration groups. The instructor will circulate among the collaboration groups.

REL 361 F - To Hell with Comparative Rel - Brashier

CANCELLED

Rel 382 (new section) - S.T. Jewish History: Modern Jewish Though - Wasserstrom - TBD

Russian

RUSS 120 Y01 - First Year Russian - Caffee

Online design / no option. Most course materials and all assignments on Moodle. Daily synchronous online small group meetings with the instructor and the Russian language scholar (250 minutes per week); daily asynchronous online work: recorded lectures, self-guided activities, and homework exercises (~150 minutes per week).

RUSS 120 Y02 - First Year Russian - Caffee

In-person design / no option. Most course materials and assignments on Moodle. Daily 50-minute in-person class meetings (250 minutes per week); daily self-guided activities and homework exercises, including some synchronous online work with the Russian language scholar (~150 minutes per week).

RUSS 220 Y - Second Year Russian - Grinberg

In-person design / no option. Some course materials and assignments on Moodle. 50-minute in-person class meetings twice a week and 50-minute online class meetings twice a week; daily self-guided activities and homework exercises, including some synchronous online work with the Russian language scholar.

RUSS 300 F - Advanced Russian - Grinberg

In person design / no option. This class will meet in person twice weekly for 80 minutes per meeting.

RUSS 325 F - Multicultural Russia - Caffee

In person design / remote access option. Most course materials and all assignments (writing, presentations, discussion board) on Moodle; Tuesday conference held via small-group meetings on Zoom; Thursday conference held in-person with remote students participating via online technology.

RUSS 363 F - Film Adaptation - Grinberg

In person design / no option: this class will meet in person twice weekly for 80 minutes per meeting.

Sociology

SOC 211 F02 - Introduction to Sociology - Kwon

Online design/no option. This is the conference portion of a lecture/conference course for which students must register for both components. This online discussion-based conference section will include two 50 minute synchronous meetings each week.

SOC 211 F01 - Introduction to Sociology - Schneiberg

Online design / no option. This is the conference portion of a lecture/conference course for which students must register for both components. This online conference section will include two 80-minute synchronous online meetings, analogous to a traditional conference, with occasional break out groups, in addition to the online lecture component.

SOC 211 F03 - Introduction to Sociology - Ozkan

In-person-design / no option. This is the conference portion of a lecture/conference course for which students must register for both components. This in-person conference section will include two 50-minute in-person meetings in addition to the 50-minute online lecture component.

SOC 211 F - Introduction to Sociology:Lect - Staff

Online design / no option. This is the lecture portion of a lecture/conference course for which students must register for both components. Lecture material will generally be delivered synchronously online for one 50-minute class period, but recorded for an option of asynchronous viewing.

SOC 322 F - Gender and Work - Whittington

CANCELLED

SOC 364 F - Law and Society - Ozkan

In-person design / no option. This course is scheduled for two 80-minute in-person class meetings each week.

SOC 371 F - Military & Society - Kwon

Online design/ local-access option. This course is scheduled for one 160-minute class meeting each week. Class time will be held synchronously online in a discussion-based conference format. There may be optional in-person opportunities for local students.

SOC 380 F01 - Networks and Social Structure - Whittington

In-person design / no option. This course is scheduled for one 160-minute in-person class meeting each week.

SOC 380 F02 / POL 350 - Networks and Social Structure - Whittington and Montgomery

In-person design / no option. This course is scheduled for one 160-minute in-person class meeting each week.

SOC 391 F - Sem: Contemporary Socio Topics - Whittington and Schneiberg

Online design / no option. This half-unit course is scheduled for one synchronous online 160-minute meeting every other week.

SOC 401 F - Institutional Analysis - Schneiberg

Online design / no option. This course is scheduled for one synchronous online 160-minute meeting every week, analogous to a traditional conference, with occasional break out groups.

Spanish

SPAN 110 Y01 - First Year Spanish - Alonso

In person design / no option. This class meets 4 times per week in fifty-minute sessions with all students meeting with the instructor on all days.

SPAN 110 Y02 - First Year Spanish - Alonso

In person design / no option. This class meets 4 times per week in fifty-minute sessions with all students meeting with the instructor on all days.

 

SPAN 210 Y01 & Y02 - Second Year Spanish - VanBladel

Online design / no option: The course will meet synchronously online for the entirety of the three weekly fifty-minute sessions to maximize spoken language practice. The meetings will frequently make use of pair activities in breakout rooms.

SPAN 210 Y03 - Second Year Spanish - García-Bryce

In person design / no option. This class meets 3 times per week in fifty-minute sessions. All students will meet in person with instructor for all course meetings.

 

SPAN 311 F - AdvSpan Lang&Cult: Span Cinema - López Lerma

Online design / no option. The course will be online for the entirety of the two weekly eighty-minute sessions

SPAN 321 F01 - Theory & Practice Hispanic Lit - VanBladel

Online design / no option. The course will meet synchronously online twice a week, in 60-minute sessions. The remaining 40 minutes of weekly contact time will be a variety of asynchronous activities (e.g. watching brief recorded lectures, participating in discussion boards including the instructor and other students).

SPAN 321 F02 - Theory & Practice Hispanic Lit - Alonso

In person design/ no option. This class meets 2 times per week in eighty-minute sessions. All students will meet in person with the instructor for all course meetings.

SPAN 377 F - Art After Franco - Drumm

In-person design / remote option. This course consists of two 80-minute sessions/week. Students unable to participate in person will have the option to join the conference remotely.

Theatre

THEA 100 F01 - Theatre Lab - Bredeson

Online design / local access option (possible) This course is the fall show (for actors/directors/dramaturgs). We will produce and rehearse the show primarily remotely with some possible local work depending on the show. Rehearsals will happen in late afternoons/evenings. The show will be presented in multiple remote formats.

THEA 100 F02 - Theatre Lab - Cisek

Online design / local access option: Students in my section frequently work as design assistant or crew members and will have specific individual online or in-person interactive assignments contributing to the needs of the Fall Production.

THEA 100 F03 - Theatre Lab - Duffly

Online design / local access option: This course is organized around weekly online discussion, with the option for local-access students to meet in small groups with the professor. While online productions will be the most likely output of the group, in-person production elements may be discussed.

THEA 201 F - Stagecraft - Cisek

Online design / local access: This course is part lecture and part Lab. Students will have regular online synchronous lectures at scheduled times. Specific project packages mailed to students -- these projects be executed with the support of the theater staff either online or in-person.

THEA 204 F - Acting & Performance: Text - Duffly

Online design / local access option: This course is structured around weekly online discussion, movement work, and scene work. At the beginning of the semester there may be in-person options for local students. Possibilities include masked movement work to build skills and develop ensemble.

THEA 221 F - History of Clothing - Cisek

Online design / no option. This conference/lecture course will meet synchronously online for two 80-minute sessions each week.

THEA 301 F - Junior Seminar - Bredeson

MOVED TO SPRING

THEA 331 F - Directing - Duffly

Online design / local access option: This course is structured around weekly online discussion, and sharing directed scenes online. At the beginning of the semester there may be in-person options for local students.

THEA 253 - Theatre History III - Bredeson

Online design /no option. This course will meet as a synchronous online conference seminar via Zoom twice/week.