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The Foster-Scholz Club of alumni will be hosting a panel, open to all alumni and members of the Reed community, on the pilot of a new model of collaborative teaching and learning within the Environmental Humanities at Reed College. This endeavor is supported by a 3-year Mellon Foundation grant. Join Professor Sarah Wagner-McCoy, captain of this program, and a panel of her co-collaborators as they discuss how this project has come to be and what it has done for Reed in the last semester, as well as where it might go in the future.
This project has included public events with leading speakers in environmental humanities, new courses and programs open to students, and an Environmental Humanities Thesis Collective--everything from lectures on theatre and Standing Rock, to sea-kayaking with an English class, to cross-generational conversations about what the environment means to each of us.
NOTE: this event was originally scheduled in Eliot Hall; it has been moved to 100% remote as of 12-4-2023. Thank you for understanding!
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