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Why do General Education and the "Great Books" Matter?

April 26, 2022, 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Location University Hall - Conference Center, 7th floor
SponsorSponsored by the College of Humanities and Social Sciences with funding from the Institute for the Humanities and the MSU Honors Program. Co-organized by the Classics Department and the Office of Undergraduate EducationPosted InCollege of Humanities and Social Sciences
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Why do general education and the "great books" matter?
Join MSU faculty, students, and staff in discussion with Dr. Roosevelt Montás, Senior Lecturer at Columbia University's Center for American Studies and author of Rescuing Socrates.

April 26th 12-2pm
Conference Center,
University Hall 7th Floor
Refreshments Provided

Moderator: Sulochana Asirvatham, Ph.D.
Professor, Classics and General Humanities

Elizabeth Emery, Ph.D.
Professor, World Languages and Cultures

Danielle Insalaco-Egan, Ph.D.
Assistant Provost for University Advising
and Career Services

Mariana Luna-Martinez
Junior, Biology

Alessandra Mogrovejo
Junior, Psychology

Ella Oren-Dahan
Senior, Mathematics and
Visual Arts

Ashwin Vaidya, Ph.D.
Professor, Mathematics