- "I love the Discovery Courses-this is my 3rd! I feel it contributed greatly to my understanding of the world and to my education."
- "This Discovery Course inspired me to take classes in the future that I had not planned to take."
- "Very enriching--I would not take a course like this if I were only sticking to major requirements."
- "I think this class exemplifies the tremendous opportunities to expand one's academic horizon through some of these breadth courses, that most people would otherwise not have considered taking."
- "This course was my best this semester because it taught me how to simply live in and understand the world. Great!"
- "It allowed me to take a class mostly because I'm interested in it, not because it was for a major or any other reason."
- "As always, Discovery Courses make me think about an entirely different field and issues that I've never been exposed to."
Discovery Course Professor Ron Amundson discovers that rocks also have "tree rings."
Student in Discovery Course invents ChronoZoom, now a finalist for SXSW award
Saul Perlmutter (in a tux!) receives his Nobel prize in Stockholm.
Discovery Course professor Saul Perlmutter wins Nobel Prize in Physics
On April 7 Discovery Course Professor Saul Perlmutter will give the Faculty Research Lecture:
Discovery Course faculty members engage in the ambitious "Berkeley Earth" project:
Discovery Course professor Saul Perlmutter shares Einstein Medal:
Discovery Course professor Claire Kramsch wins a prize for her book The Multilingual Subject:
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The Letters & Science Discovery Courses are made possible by the generous support of the Barbara Joan Gummerson Fund, the Cynthia C. Railton Fund for the Liberal Arts, and the L&S Leadership Fund.