On February 2, Swati Srivastava, assistant professor of political science at Purdue University, will lead a "How I Teach This Text" workshop on teaching George Orwell's novel 1984 so it is accessible and engaging to first-year students and non-humanities majors. Register here >
We believe that the opportunity to experience a liberal arts education is part of the promise of our democracy, and that it must not be restricted to the privileged few.
The Teagle Foundation and National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) are jointly sponsoring Cornerstone: Learning for Living to revitalize the role of the humanities in general education.
The Education for American Civic Life initiative supports efforts to prepare students to become informed and engaged participants in the civic life of their local and national communities.
Knowledge for Freedom Programs invite underserved high school students to study humanity's deepest questions about leading lives of purpose and civic responsibility.
The Teagle Foundation and the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations are jointly sponsoring Transfer Pathways to the Liberal Arts to develop statewide, regional, and consortial partnerships between community colleges and independent colleges to facilitate transfer and completion of the baccalaureate in the liberal arts.
Steven Mintz says Teagle President Andrew Delbanco's essay about reparations offers a powerful and inspiring vision of what we can do to move toward a fairer, juster, more inclusive society.
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