If you are passionate about science—its storied past and rapidly evolving present—join this learning community, which pairs special sections of the courses "Great Experiments in Biology" and "Science and Society". In "Science and Society," you might study such topics as the beginnings of scientific institutions in Europe and America, and how science became an objective enterprise and the limits of that objectivity. In "Great Experiments in Biology," you'll get an in-depth introduction to and exploration of the study of life- from atoms, molecules, and organelles to the cellular levels of organization. Taken together, the courses will help you understand not only how scientific inquiry has changed over time, but also how history has been shaped by scientific discovery. A specially trained upper-level student assistant will facilitate these explorations through a variety of out-of-the-classroom activities.