The Liberal Arts At A Crossroads: Pivots and Possibilities

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Albrecht Auditorium

925 North Dartmouth Avenue

Claremont, CA 91711

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The Liberal Arts At A Crossroads: Pivots and Possibilities

Across the nation, undergraduate and graduate liberal arts programs are now standing at a crossroads. What can schools do to pivot and turn challenges into new opportunities?

Joining us for a discussion followed by a Q & A session are educational leaders from The Claremont Colleges, Southern California, and beyond. Come and listen to their insights on what is working, what isn’t, and what’s necessary to keep the liberal arts tradition thriving in American higher education.

An Intercollegiate Panel featuring:

Audrey Bilger
Vice President and Dean of the College
Pomona College

Jonathan Veitch
President
Occidental College

Patricia Easton
Executive Vice President and Provost
Claremont Graduate University

Leonard Cassuto
Professor of English, Fordham University
Chronicle of Higher Education columnist
Author, The Graduate School Mess

Moderated by
Joshua Goode
Associate Professor of Cultural Studies and History
Chair, History Department
Claremont Graduate University


We hope to see you there.

Event is co-sponsored by Claremont Graduate University’s School of Arts & Humanities and Transdisciplinary Studies Program.

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925 North Dartmouth Avenue

Claremont, CA 91711

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