Wheaton to pilot summer academic session

Wheaton will introduce an intensive four-week summer session this year, open for enrollment to all Wheaton students, according to a recent campus-wide email from Associate Provost and Professor of Psychology Gail Sahar.

The college will be offering four classes, in addition to one brand-new online class: Intensive Review of Basic Spanish, Statistics, Religion and Sexuality and Geology will be taught in a classroom environment from May 20 to June 14, while Infographics and Data Visualization will be taught online by Professors Tom Armstrong and Josh Stenger from July 1 to August 9.

Check back next week in the Wire for more details on the classes and information from the organizers.