Panel on Mentored Creative/Scholarly Activity with Students in the Arts and Humanities

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Thursday, November 14

The Office of Undergraduate Research and Scholarship and the CfT offer an event intended to encourage, guide, and inspire arts and humanities faculty to involve students in the creation of original scholarship beyond what is already happening in the classroom.

Kati Curts (Religious Studies) and Kerry Ginger (Music) are members of the Undergraduate Research Advisory Committee who will be moderating the panel (as well as participating in it).

Kelly Whitmer (History), Jeff Thompson (Art History), Jennifer Matthews (Theatre), and Chris McDonough (Classics) will serve as panelists, sharing their thoughts and experiences on undergraduate scholarly work.

Lunch will be provided. 

If you wish to attend this event (and we hope that you will), please register here by November 11.