On Nov. 7, the entire campus community participated in the inaugural All-College Symposium, which recognized the scholarship of our exceptional seniors and the results of their research and integrative projects. The milestone event highlighted students’ integrative learning in Connections, the College’s reinvention of the liberal arts.
During the day-long Symposium, 156 seniors, who participated in the College’s integrative pathways and centers for interdisciplinary scholarship, showcased how their coursework and experiences informed their studies and learning over four years. Through talks, poster sessions, performances, screenings and exhibitions, students shared their intellectual curiosity and passions with their peers and the entire campus community.
OF SENIOR CLASS
APPROXIMATE NUMBER OF ATTENDEES
FIRST YEAR STUDENTS ATTENDED FROM 35 FIRST YEAR SEMINARS
GUIDEBOOK MOBILE APP SCHEDULE INTEGRATION DOWNLOADS
LOCATIONS ACROSS CAMPUS INCLUDING OLIN, NL ERNST, BLAUSTEIN 210, CROZIER-WILLIAMS AND SHAIN
Cities and Schools
Peace and Conflict
270 Mohegan Ave.
New London, CT 06415
Libby Friedman '80
Assistant Dean of the College for Connections