Dance in the Garden
The entire campus community participated in the inaugural All-College Symposium this past November.
Emigrant Empire and the Lady of the Forest
Professors Eileen Kane and Sufia Uddin have each been awarded fellowships from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
The 1619 Project
Conn is participating in The 1619 Project, a New York Times initiative observing the 400th anniversary of the beginning of American slavery.
AGGIE at Sundance
Philanthropist, art collector and social justice advocate Agnes Gund ’60 is the subject of a feature documentary.
Music 201: Volume 2
“On Songs and Songwriting,” taught by President Katherine Bergeron and her husband, Butch Rovan, examines different genres of song.
"Open Waters" is a multimedia, interactive art installation on display at SUNY Buffalo State College.
The Feinberg Collection of Japanese Art lands at Harvard for special exhibition.
Shopping While Black
Professor Michelle Dunlap exposes the insidious side of one of America’s favorite pastimes.
Forget Me Not
Distractions are all in your head, says Psychology Professor Jeff Moher.
History That Does Not Exist
A research team is exploring the impact of redevelopment on Conn’s host city.