You are invited to join us this upcoming Thursday for the following event:

Page and Stage: The Power of Performance in Learning

October 7 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

What can dance teach us about writing? How can we all benefit from the creative process and the transformative power of performance? Whether on the page or on the stage (or anywhere else) the principles of performance can help us understand and improve our teaching and learning in virtually any context. Presented by an English Department faculty member who is also a dance teacher and dance competition judge, discover the ways in which teachers and students of any discipline can benefit from the power of performance.

Contact Professor Katen at with any questions.

Faculty Presenter: Jesse Katen

Time and Location: 11 a.m., T-101 (Zoom link is only provided as a back-up to this live event)

The following is the Zoom link for this presentation:

Irene Byrnes Spring 2022

Spring 2022 Series of lectures, interactive events, and discussions

In an effort to encourage deliberation and debate on important public issues, the Liberal Arts Division will sponsor the following series of events this semester. Events throughout the year will address the College’s academic theme (adopted from the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society), To the Seventh Generation: Inheritance and Legacy, with a particular emphasis on climate change.

Note: These events are open to all students, faculty, staff, and members of the community

The College encourages the free and open expression of ideas in a civil and respectful manner.

View the full schedule here