Fine Arts & Humanities
We recently chatted with Floyd-Wilson about the relevance of the book Contagion and the Shakespearean Stage in light of the current COVID-19 pandemic.
Morris and Bayang found a way for costume production students to finish their projects remotely by mailing them sewing supplies and equipment.
College of Arts & Sciences faculty are pivoting their course content to address issues surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, teaching students to think creatively and to conduct research to benefit communities.
Larson is using her experience teaching online courses to serve as a peer mentor to her colleagues during the University’s transition to remote learning.
Classicists help connect our lives to those of the ancient world, but in Suzanne Lye’s course on magic and religion, her students do more than just connect — they create.
An FAQ for undergraduate students in the College of Arts & Sciences about the revised grading policy for spring 2020.
A message from Terry Rhodes to faculty and graduate teaching assistants in the College of Arts & Sciences sent on Wednesday, March 18, 2020.