William A. Fry, Ph.D., a founding member of the Learning Curve faculty, taught literature and writing at a Maryland college for more than thirty years. He served as Chair of the Literature Department and developed a series of literary travel-study tours and published numerous articles on American authors and the teaching of literature. This award-winning instructor and scholar was named Outstanding Professor for the State of Maryland in 1987, Professor of the Year in 1990, and more recently received the 2010 Juliana Yoder Friend of the Humanities Award from the Arizona Humanities Council.

Upcoming Classes

Class Date/Time
A Sense of Place - Tucson Session
Instructor: William A. Fry Ph.D
Wednesdays, Jan 16 – Mar 6, 9:45-11:45am
Friendship of Hawthorne & Melville - Tucson Session
Instructor: William A. Fry Ph.D
Wednesdays, Mar 20 – Apr 10, 9:45am-11:45am
Friendship of Hawthorne & Melville - Oro Valley Session
Instructor: William A. Fry Ph.D
Fridays, Mar 22 – Apr 12, 9:30am-11:30am