Posts made in November, 2014

Current Issue, Dean's Message

Experiential Education in the Liberal Arts

Nov 20, 2014

Experiential Education in the Liberal Arts

The faculty in the College of Arts and Sciences has embraced this new model of teaching and learning.

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Current Issue, Featured

Learning by doing

Nov 20, 2014

Learning by doing

The college’s approach to experience-based learning is shown through the various disciplines.

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Current Issue, Featured

Division of Design

Nov 20, 2014

Division of Design

Division of Design is a way to bring together various disciplines.

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Current Issue, Featured, Student Authors

Architecture

Nov 20, 2014

Architecture

The Department of Architecture graduates first four-year class.

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Current Issue, Student Authors, Student News

Duty Calls

Nov 20, 2014

Duty Calls

Student featured in documentary.

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Current Issue, Faculty News, Student Authors

Inaugural event honors legacy of two professors

Nov 20, 2014

Inaugural event honors legacy of two professors

Inaugural Hendrickson Faculty Scholar Award and Cheever Lecture highlights college’s mission.

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Current Issue, Featured, Student Authors

Experiencing the world through CULP

Nov 20, 2014

Experiencing the world through CULP

Cultural Understanding and Language Proficiency Program allows students to get a taste of life in another culture.

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Current Issue, Featured, Student News

Integrative Learning

Nov 20, 2014

Integrative Learning

Harvey Dunn Collaborative Project incorporates dance, music and poetry in a new way to view art.

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Current Issue, Featured, Student Authors

Applied learning

Nov 20, 2014

Applied learning

The Department of Architecture expands reach in assisting rural towns.

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Current Issue, General

Believing in the Possible

Nov 20, 2014

Believing in the Possible

In our work with alumni and friends, I have learned our donors want to make a difference. They are focused on transformational giving.

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