Revolutionary Friendships: Transnational Feminism, Sandinistas and the Demilitarization of Vieques
The All-College Symposium highlights students’ integrative learning in Connections, the College’s reinvention of the liberal arts. Seniors who participate in the College’s Centers for interdisciplinary scholarship or academic Pathways will showcase how their coursework and experiences have informed their studies and learning over four years. Through talks, poster sessions, performances, screenings and exhibitions, students will share their intellectual curiosity and passions with their peers and the entire campus community. Presentations will be held in locations across campus and are open to the public.
For more detailed information about the College’s day-long Symposium, including schedules and speakers, please check back.
Theresa (Tess) Beardell
Goodwin-Niering Center for the Environment
Power, Knowledge and Practice
OF SENIOR CLASS
APPROXIMATE NUMBER OF ATTENDEES
FIRST YEAR STUDENTS ATTENDED FROM 35 FIRST YEAR SEMINARS
GUIDEBOOK MOBILE APP SCHEDULE INTEGRATION DOWNLOADS
LOCATIONS ACROSS CAMPUS INCLUDING OLIN, NL ERNST, BLAUSTEIN 210, CROZIER-WILLIAMS AND SHAIN