Second annual All-College Symposium was held virtually on Nov. 6
The second annual All-College Symposium was held on Friday, Nov. 6, 2020, from 8:45 a.m. to 5 p.m. This major student conference highlighted students’ integrative learning in Connections, the College’s reinvention of the liberal arts.
Through virtual talks, panels, group discussions, poster sessions and videos, students who participate in the College’s Centers for interdisciplinary scholarship or Integrative Pathways showcased how their coursework and experiences have informed their studies and learning over four years.
The Symposium was for the entire campus community and was open to the public. To allow faculty, staff and students to attend this major student conference, no classes were held on the day of the symposium.
Artist Statement: Good sculpture develops the sense of touch, and must awaken in us this longing, argues art historian W. R. Valentiner. But in a pandemic, one cannot simply go around touching things, so I share my ceramic work through a series of nature videos.
Kelley Spy Frumer ’21, Zoe Honigberg ’21, Jack Rider-McGovern ’21 and Charlotte Williams ’21
Toor Cummings Center for International Studies and the Liberal Arts (CISLA) “Education, Community Resources and Food”
Nicole Poole ’21
Public Health Pathway “Racial Disparities Perpetrated by Society: What are the Effects of Chronic Stress on Minority Health Outcomes?”