Oct. 5: Hagley Fellows 'unconference'
Hagley Graduate Fellows set interdisciplinary exploration into senses
1:18 p.m., Sept. 20, 2012--The Hagley Graduate Fellows program has announced that members of the University of Delaware graduate student community are invited to join in an interdisciplinary “unconference” on the role of sensory perception in the human experience from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Friday, Oct. 5.
The event, titled “Making Sense of It All: An Interdisciplinary Exploration Into the Senses,” will be held in the Office of University Development, third floor, 83 E. Main St., in Newark.
Dec. 5, 6: Electronic waste drive
Dec. 6: Flutist Ransom Wilson
The format is a free-floating, interactive conversation circle for the purpose of providing graduate students with intellectual stimulation and scholarly networks across disciplines of the UD campus.
There will be neither a rigid time frame nor any presenters. Rather, all the participants are expected to bring informal curiosity and an eagerness to explore new perspectives.