The Renaissance Circle is an informal colloquium for first-year students interested in cultivating interests within the arts, humanities, and sciences.
Monthly workshops show students how these areas relate to one another and will help them develop a broad set of skills that promote intellectual and other forms of creativity applicable to any walk of life.
Workshops will take place Tuesday evenings, 5:30-7:00, Coleman-Morse 228 (Learning Resource Center Common Room)
- October 28 Dr. Hugh Page, Poetry, Embodiment, and Self-Discovery
- November 18 Dr. Alex Ambrose, Renaissance Circle ePortfolios
- December 9 Prof. Matt Kubik, Living the Renaissance Ideal as a Person of Faith in the 21st Century
- February 3 Dr. Ray Sepeta, Mathematical Research on Squares and Cubes
- March 3 Prof. John Duffy, Would You Die for Scotland? (And Other Rhetorical Problems)
- April 7 Ann Garcia-Romero, Writing for the Theatre: Visualizing Character
Food will be provided.