Valerie Oke of the Biological Sciences Department proposed BIOSC 1630 Computational Biology Seminar. "This course focuses on reading and analyzing primary research literature in the field of computational biology with an emphasis on effective techniques for communicating about the associated science both in writing and orally." Student complete a complex final project, which is writing a literature review paper centered on a primary literature article. They also write a difficulty paper that explore what is hard about reading an example article and why. They write experiment paragraph, using templates. And they write a proposal and drafts of a final essay.