Location: Margaret and Bill Benjamin Auditorium and WAM atrium, first floor.
Enjoy coffee, cookies, and stimulating conversation with UNCG's Humanities Network & Consortium at the museum. Rotating guest speakers and topics each month.
This month's topic: Place-based Experientail Education for Online Learning
Please join us for an open dialogue between Dr. Aaron Allen
and Catherine Bowlin
about their work to connect place-based and online pedagogies through the Cape Fear Watershed Project
(CFWP). The CFWP uses the environmental humanities to connect natural and social-science studies of the Cape Fear Watershed bioregion as students learn across the disciplines and make connections to regional communities. Dr. Allen is director of UNCG's Environment & Sustainability Program and associate professor of musicology, and Catherine Bowlin is a doctoral candidate in English and a Green Fund committee member.