Felix Brodsky '19 just completed his second semester at the University of Michigan - Dearborn and had another semester of all As. His courses this Winter Term were Calculus II, Mapping a World (a Geography class in which he learned Geographical Information Systems mapping), and the History of Architecture. Although his semester is complete, he is working this week on fine tuning a new zoning map for the city of Hamtramck. That was his final project in Geography.
He took three classes a semester and plans to do both summer terms. On Monday, he will start Linear Algebra and Introduction to Sociology. He is enjoying staying at home and does not mind the online classes.
The Disability Office has been wonderful to work with at U of M Dearborn. Although Felix still likes some reassurance about how to communicate via email, he is doing a great job advocating for himself. Obviously it is working since he has a 4.0 in his first six college classes. Felix is majoring in Mathematics.