Tweet Our last event of the year is coming up on Monday night (5/2). Stop by Hotung Cafe in the Campus Center for Faculty-Student Trivia Challenge. Several teams of faculty and staff are prepared to challenge all the student teams that can fit without violating fire code. The fun starts at 8pm. Quizmaster Bob from [...]
Tweet I haven’t blogged all week! What’s happening? Well it’s been a little crazy around the ExCollege. Let’s see…we are finalizing the Explorations and Perspectives seminars for the fall (see below for a list), getting all of the application information together to make final selections for fall visiting lecturer courses (on our website by May [...]
Tweet So far, this blog has had three different names, and we still haven’t settled on one. What do YOU think it should be called?
Tweet Ali, our Program Assistant, is on her way to Houston, TX today to attend and present at a conference on peer teaching programs at colleges and universities. Check back for her brilliant insights from the conference!
Tweet And a THIRD piece in this same edition of Tufts Now, this one about Yael Hersonski who is teaching a course in the ExCollege on the use of archival footage in documentary filmmaking while she serves as the filmmaker-in-residence for the Communications and Media Studies program. Read more here – http://now.tufts.edu/articles/unfinished-history
Tweet Nice piece in Tufts Now about the peer-taught ExCollege course on mountaineering – http://now.tufts.edu/articles/such-great-heights
Tweet Check out this piece in Tufts Now about the ExCollege course on Harry Potter and Christianity – http://now.tufts.edu/articles/holy-hogwarts
Tweet The ExCollege is having a photo contest! Submit a photo that represents an educational opportunity you experienced through the Experimental College. Are you taking an ExCollege course? Did you lead an Explorations or Perspectives seminar? Are you involved in an ExCollege-sponsored project? Send us a photo and have a chance to win a cash [...]
Tweet Nothing to say but … snow?!?!?! We really should have expected it, what with the kind of winter we’ve had, but New Englanders have the kind of selective memory that allows us to forget every spring that last spring wasn’t really very spring-y either. It allows us to continue to live here. So here’s [...]