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class at haverford [Jul. 11th, 2007|10:30 am]
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Hey all--

I'm a Penn student looking at a Haverford class for the fall and wanted some insight. Anyone know anything about Terrence Johnson in the Religious Studies department? It looks like he's a visiting professor, so he probably hasn't taught there before.

Is it worth it to trek out to Haverford for a good class or should I just stick to my many options here at Penn?

Also, for Penn students-- how do I actually enroll in the class and take advantage of this Quaker Consortium we tout, but rarely utilize?



[User Picture]From: evrything_but
2007-07-11 08:44 pm (UTC)
Well, the first step would be to go to the religious studies office in Logan - they might direct you to someone like Dr. Dunning, or there might be some other scheduling person/liaison. I had a project advisor at Bryn Mawr last year, and the trip is very doable, about 20 minutes and inexpensive. I think it'd be an interesting new experience to have in your final year of college.
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