Drs. Kevin Fridy (Political Science) and Mason Meers (Biology) took a group of students to Costa Rica at the beginning of August for a two-week interdisciplinary Honors course studying the politics of conservation. As part of the course, the students went ziplining.
Juliana Kasmanas took COM 212 Co-Creative Documentary Abroad travel in her senior year as an Honors tutorial. During the class, she developed an ethical production agreement and produced Cadena en Cadena, a short documentary shot in Mexico over spring break that tells the story of an embroidery collective in an indigenous community that passes downContinue reading “Juliana Kasmanas Documentary Screened at The America’s Film Festival of New York – wins jury special mention”
In an illustration of the innovative pedagogy in the new Honors Curriculum, Professor Santiago Echeverry had the students in his HON 255 Idea Lab create a recycled/upcycled fashion show after watching the move “The 5th Element.” He shared some photos of the resulting outfits.