On Friday, February 25, 2011, Professor Mark P. Del Mastro delivered his keynote address “Humanities and You: Where Do I/Will I Go from Here?!?!” to open the 3rd Annual Coker College Undergraduate Humanities Research Conference in Hartsville, S.C.
Professors Joseph Weyers and Silvia Rodríguez-Sabater’s article “Ning applications in teaching and administration” has been published in the Winter 2010 issue of the Academic Exchange Quarterly.
As graduate/professional schools make decisions about the class of 2011, CofC students begin to receive notifications. Please join us in congratulating the accomplishments of the following students:
Melissa Huber has been accepted to the:
- Ph.D. program in Classical Studies at Duke
- Ph.D. program in Greek and Roman history at the University of Michigan
Both offers come with full fellowship funding.
Angelina Phebus has been accepted into the:
- MA program at Georgia
- Ph.D. program in Classics at the University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill
- Ph.D. program in classics at the University of Cincinnati (with full funding)
Additional updates will be posted periodically.
Professor Ben Fraser’s essay ”Rescaling emotional approaches to music: Basque band Lisabö and the soundscapes of urban alienation” was published in the spring 2011 issue of Emotion, Space and Society.
Visit the new blog of CofC’s chapter of Sigma Delta Pi: http://sigmadeltapicofc.blogspot.com.