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What's the Scoop? Faculty Discuss Their Academic Passions

Harvard Summer School faculty share how they discovered their interest in the subject they now teach.

7/31/2015 | Academics | 2 minute read

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Faculty share how they discovered their interest in the subject they now teach, and why they enjoy teaching Summer School students.

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Greg Tucci and Justin McCarty

These two prefer to make their own ice cream, an activity that has become a tradition in their summer chemistry class. These two have a love for chemistry that goes back to the their high school and undergraduate days.

Mary Brinton

Mary developed an interest in sociology when she first visited Japan. She saw sociology as the best way to learn more about cultures and countries that fascinated her.

Andreas Tueber

Andreas found his passion for philosophy when he was an undergraduate at Harvard. He saw a life in the subject of philosophy that he wasn’t getting in his other courses.

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