• Summer Course Highlight: Sociology of Pandemics

    The current COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way our society functions. Are you interested in looking at a pandemic from a sociological point-of-view? This summer Dean College is offering Sociology of Pandemics, to help you understand how social behaviors change in reaction to biological events. Read on to learn more.

  • Summer Course Highlight: CJ and HLS Response to COVID-19

    Are you interested in learning more about the U.S. government’s response to our current pandemic? This summer, Dean College is offering HLS 390 – CJ and HLS Response to COVID-19, an online course designed to help you learn about the U.S. criminal justice system and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s response to COVID-19. Read on to learn more.

  • The Power of History in the Midst of Pandemic

    Despite the widespread use of the word “unprecedented” to describe our experience with the current global health crisis, Dean College students are using the power of history to understand how humans in general—and Dean students of the past more specifically—have responded to pandemics like this before. Read on to learn more.

  • Executive Functioning Strategies for College Students

    For most, high school days are filled with fairly flexible deadlines, supportive adults looking out for you and keeping you on track, and a routine daily schedule. But in college, it may seem like you’re on your own. Read on for useful executive functioning strategies for college students.

  • National Poetry Month

    National Poetry Month, a month-long celebration of poetry, takes place in April. It was organized in 1996 by the Academy of American Poets to increase awareness and appreciation of poetry in the United States. This April we spotlight one of Dean College’s own poets, Associate Professor of English, Jo-Ann Reid. Read on to learn more.

  • Choosing a College with the Right Autism Program

    It’s time! You knew this day would eventually come. Your high school student is in the 11th grade and is starting to research colleges. Read on to learn how to choose a college with the right autism program.