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liberal arts seminar participants

Transylvania hosts seminar on liberal education

Seventeen professors from across the country participated in Transylvania’s seminar titled Twenty-First Century Liberal Education: A Contested Concept, in July. Professors and officials taking part in the seminar included, front row, from left, Jane Chaplin, Middlebury College, classics; Michelle Nario-Redmond, Hiram College, psychology; Zhewei Dai, Alma College, mathematics; Michael Dink, St. John’s College, Liberal Arts in Great Books Program; Jennifer Holberg, Calvin College, English; Heather Vincent, Eckerd College, classics/ancient studies; Ellen Cox, Transylvania, philosophy; middle row, Adeleri Onisegun, Paine College, psychology; Nina Karnovsky, Pomona College, biology, Jeffrey Freyman, Transylvania, political science; Louis Newman, Carleton College, religion; Nate Eastman, Earlham College, English; Julie Meadows, Presbyterian College, philosophy/religion; Gail Newman, Williams College, German/comparative literature; back row, Randall Bartlett, Smith College, economics; Simon Levy, Washington & Lee University, cognitive science/linguistics/robotics/artificial intelligence; John Seery, Pomona College, political science; Stephen Clements, Asbury University, political science; John Svarlien, Transylvania, classics; Frank Pagano, St. John’s College, Great Books Program.

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