Teachers Talking - one session only at 11:30 am

Wednesday, January 16, 2013 (Around 2 years ago)

Join us on Thursday, February 14 for Teachers Talking: The Heart of Gustavus’ Liberal Arts. While an interdisciplinary approach to understand the world is an essential feature of the liberal arts, is it sufficient? Do we also expect our students to be prepared for civic engagement, professional achievement, and/or an interest in lifelong learning? If we do, how does a Gustavus liberal arts education prepare them for this? For this Valentine’s Day Teachers Talking, please join colleagues for a conversation about the objectives and outcomes of a Gustavus liberal arts education. Discussion facilitated by Margaret Bloch Qazi (Biology and Kendall Center Director). One session only at 11:30 am. Free lunch at Three Crowns Buffet, meet in St. Peter Room.

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