Humanities Students Display and Share Their Projects

Wednesday, December 8, 2021

A Message from Terri Graham, Interim President, West and Downtown Campuses

Students enrolled in Professor of Humanities John Scolaro’s Humanities courses recently participated in a creative project about the 20th and 21st centuries. The project invited students to explore a time period, write a narrative and create and display a visual project at the West Campus Cafeteria in Building 2.

The projects ranged from the Maya Civilizations to the Greek Mythology.

“I was inspired to write about the Greek Goddess Athena because she is a symbol of wisdom, courage and was the patroness of the great city of Athens,” shared one of the students. “She reminds us that we, women, can use our powers and creativity to pursue any goal we choose.”

The students were then invited to bring their work to life by presenting their projects on campus.

1 Comment

  • Rebecca Toole said:

    Wonderful display of hard work and outcomes-based practice. A great article, indeed.

    PMSun, 12 Dec 2021 18:14:05 +0000Sun, 12 Dec 2021 18:14:05 +0000pm21,6:14 pm

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