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Professor and Chair of Computer Science Kevin Treu also teaches first-year writing seminars.

Kevin Treu, Furman University professor and chair of the computer science department, has a diverse set of readings for his classes, computer science and writing seminars alike. Not all of his picks come from a list of usual suspects – take C.S. Lewis, for example. Treu’s aim is to impart a spirit of creativity while fostering a broad perspective on subject areas. Read about his recommendations and teaching philosophy in an article appearing in Course Hero.

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