Back to School
This time of year, we all get nostalgic for our college days. The dorm life, the lack of responsibility, the football games, and, oh yeah—the learning! What we wouldn’t give to get back on campus just for fun, to settle into those lecture seats, and expand our office-drone minds with some thought-provoking classes. Here are just a few of the most popular professors teaching at our biggest universities this fall. Now, have a seat; class is in session.
Assistant Professor Douglas S. Bigham teaches eight different classes at SDSU, among them Sociolinguistics, Queer Linguistics, Phonology, and Invented Languages: Klingon and Beyond!
This fall, Point Loma Nazarene University Associate Professor of Chemistry Katherine Maloney will teach Instrumental Analysis (how chemical instruments work) and Organic Structure Elucidation (a class in chemical puzzle-solving).
Ken Anderson directs the UC San Diego Gospel Choir, Grossmont College Gospel Choir, and Martin Luther King Junior Community Choir San Diego.
Greig Tor Guthey, Associate Professor of Public Policy and Planning & Geography Coordinator, leads Food Worlds: Studies in Comparative National Cuisines at CSU San Marcos. He also teaches Food Systems and Emerging Markets to upperclassmen.
Dr. Susannah R. Stern teaches Teens and Popular Culture, along with other media-related courses, at University of San Diego.