Dance Department Information Meeting
Meet Dance faculty and guest artists, and learn about the dance department's curriculum, activities, performing opportunities, audition dates for choreographic projects and more.
Questioning Assumptions: The Hidden Curriculum with James Harold and Liz Markovits
What do we assume students already know? What unintentional messages are we sending students? Join this Talking about Teaching luncheon workshop to participate in the conversation.
Second Annual Homecoming at the Cultural Centers
The second annual Homecoming at the Cultural Centers will be held the third and fourth week of September, 2018.
First Year Seminar Check In
How is your First Year Seminar going? Join fellow FYS faculty for lunch and an informal discussion about your First Year Seminar class.
Writing Assignment Idea Share
In this Talking about Teaching luncheon workshop session, faculty are invited to come together and share ideas about writing assignments that have worked well for them, troubleshoot less-successful assignments, and work together to develop new ideas.
Artist Joan Jonas ’58 to Speak
Visual arts pioneer Joan Jonas '58 will present a public lecture.
by Susan Glaspell, directed by Brianna Sloane
An early feminist drama from 1916, the play explores the divide between men and women and poses the questions "What is justice?" and "Who gets to judge?"
Advising Check In (with Amber Douglas and Jon Western)
Join fellow faculty and the Dean of Faculty and Dean of Studies offices to discuss liberal arts advising. We will focus on making the move from transactional to transformational advising and have time to discuss how the semester is going.
Faculty Dance Concert
Teaching Race Across the Color Barrier with Keith Hamilton Cobb & Kim Weild
The House of Bernarda Alba
by Federico Garcia Lorca, adapted by Emily Mann, directed by Miranda Wheeler '19
After her husband's death, iron-fisted Bernarda imposes an eight-year mourning period on her daughters, trapping them in a claustrophobic house teeming with jealousy and repressed desire under the burning Spanish sun.
Resources and Strategies for Community-Engaged Learning and Research
American Ballet Theatre Studio Company Performances
American Ballet Theatre’s Studio Company is a classical ensemble made up of 14 dancers of outstanding potential. The mission of ABT Studio Company is to train young dancers (ages 16-20) in preparation for entering American Ballet Theatre’s main Company or other leading national and international professional ballet companies. The program serves as a bridge between ballet training and professional performance.