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Robotics

You will complete a series of small projects that culminate with a working autonomous robot.

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This course will examine the influence of sport on our contemporary global society. Exploring issues of race, class, education, coaching, gender, and the overall impact of the multi-billion dollar...

Comprising around 6% of the U.S. population, Asian Americans are now the fastest-growing group in the United States. This course explores the long and diverse histories that Asian Americans have...

Humans' capacity to alter their world at the biological level has risen to new heights in the past 50 years. With advanced technologies such as gene editing, cloning and stem cell research,...

Design thinking is a problem-solving process that has led to many innovations in fields ranging from medical products, to engineering, to education, and even to children's toys. Some of the key...

Seminal sustainability thinker and Oberlin College professor David Orr states that "big changes start in places small enough to be innovative and agile, but large enough to be important." Exeter...

"An injustice committed against anyone is a threat to everyone." - Montesquieu In this course we will examine the origins of ideas about human rights as well as those documents, such as the...

This course teaches students how to use qualitative action research to investigate and improve culture, policy and practice. After learning the fundamentals of social scientific research,...

This team-taught interdisciplinary course explores race and racism in science and medicine in the United States from the 20th century to today via biological and historical lenses. We will begin...

In this course we will examine the interrelation of science and social progress. As we will see, legal and governing systems are inextricably linked to scientific progress, and science is a...

Social innovation is often defined as the creative pursuit of solutions to social or environmental problems. In this course, students will spend the first half of the term exploring and discussing...

This course is for students interested in developing a more solid understanding of the science behind performance enhancement. It draws from many disciplines, including physics, anatomy,...

The materials and issues of this course are derived from an intensive reading of the daily New York Times. Students track various geopolitical, economic and social issues as they are reported in...