Williams students benefit greatly from the School’s connection with Connecticut College. The school makes use of a number of the College’s facilities, and selected students are able to take courses at the College in their senior year through the New London Scholars program. The tradition of Williams students taking classes at Connecticut College dates back to 1954!
Seniors have taken courses ranging from Astronomy, Russian, Chinese to Electroacoustic Music/Sound Design and Anthropology. In turn, Connecticut College students can pair with Williams’ faculty as teaching interns.
Class of 2018 New London Scholars
Will Jarrett - Solar System Astronomy, Beyond the Solar System
Jack Featherstone - Advanced General Physics I, Advanced General Physics II Rachel Goldstein - Intro to Macroeconomics, Intro to Statistics Callum Tresnan - Intro to Literary and Cultural Analysis
Class of 2017 New London Scholars Antonella Portugal - US Latino ID in Arts Pop Culture Grace Linhares - Introduction to Statistics
Amar Viswanathan - Multivariable Calculus Olivia Foster - International Politics
Class of 2016 New London Scholars Dan Doherty - International Politics Oaklea Elfstrom - Advanced Oral Proficiency in Spanish Justin Shafner - International Politics
Class of 2015 New London Scholars
Ali Diouk - Russian and American Youth Cultures Josh Goldstein - Introduction to Macroeconomics Katie Hodgkinson - Writing the Short Story Patrick Madaus - Astronomy
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