Where Are Calderwood Seminars Offered

WHERE ARE CALDERWOOD SEMINARS OFFERED?

“In the middle of the semester, I realized I was learning about more than just writing and editing. I was able to become a better speaker, a better thinker, and a better leader.”
– BARD COLLEGE STUDENT
  • Bard College
  • Georgetown University: School of Foreign Service
  • Georgetown University: School of Foreign Service
  • Middlebury College
  • Northern Arizona University: Honors College
  • Rice University
  • Smith College
  • University of Arizona: W.A. Franke Honors College
  • University of Oregon: Clark Honors College and
    the Department of English
  • University of Washington: Honors Program
  • University of Washington: Jackson School of
    International Studies
  • Wellesley College
  • Wesleyan University
“In an ideal world, every student would take a Calderwood Seminar, perhaps as a sort of spring tonic just before graduation. Academic forms are important. Students need to learn how to write formal arguments, and how to organize and document supporting evidence. But offering this Calderwood taught me that, by the end of four years of high school and then college, many students have lost the ability to be playful as writers, or how to communicate effectively to someone other than a professor.”
– Kevin Gustafson, dean of the Honors College, Northern Arizona University

Funding may be available to support a pilot program at your institution.

For more information, contact us at Calderwood@wellesley.edu.