Themester 2019’s focus on “Remembering and Forgetting” starts this fall, but one group of students explored the theme early. For the second year in a row, the theme provided an assignment for graphic design students in Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture + Design.
Undergraduate courses explore the theme "Remembering and Forgetting"
Grunwald Gallery calls for local artists to submit proposals for its Remembering and Forgetting exhibition.
Student groups are invited to be a part of Themester 2019s calendar of events. The College of Arts and Sciences seeks programming proposals.
Undergraduate internships available for Themester 2019.
Themester 2018 comes to a close, but an exploration of the relationship between humans and non-human animals can continue over winter break with books and films suggested by students and faculty.
Explore “Animal/Human” at First Thursdays in September and October at the Fine Arts Plaza. Themester and partners present animal-stamp crafts, a competitive quiz, and a dance workshop.
Stephanie Kane's fall 2018 class on the changing arctic circle crosses many areas of interest: geography, indigenous rights and culture, science and innovation, climate change and the environment, business and entrepreneurship, maritime law and traditions to name a few.
Undergraduates invited to lunch with faculty in the Tudor Room. Registration required for limited seating.
In Fall 2019, the College will showcase undergraduate courses related to the theme "Remembering and Forgetting."