Humanities Day: October 19th, 2018
Location: Coates Student Center (Tehuacana and Skyline)
Attendees will have the opportunity to hear from Trinity alumni and others about the advantages their degrees have given them in the workplace and beyond. There will be a combined reception for Humanities Day and HUMA 1600 at the end of the day that will allow for conversations between current and former humanities students. Faculty and invited and encouraged to join us. Humanities Day is a program of the Trinity University Humanities Collective and Center for Experiential Learning and Career Success, generously funded by Herb Stumberg ‘81, Vice Chairman and Chair-Elect of the Trinity University Board of Trustees.
Students are invited to attend all or part of the scheduled program.
1:30-2:20 pm Student Workshop: Networking Demystified, Tehuacana Room
Presented by Dr. Camille Reyes
2:30-3:20 pm Alumni Panel: Marketing Your Humanities Degree, Skyline
Panelists will discuss how they have used their humanities degrees in diverse career settings, share how skills cultivated by coursework in the humanities have impacted their work, and offer advice for current students preparing for life after Trinity.
Panelists: Grant Ellis, Madeleine Hazelwood, Jake Eshelman, Kate Rawley Warters, and Chris Morris
3:30-5:00 pm Humanities Day & HUMA Reception, Skyline & Underwood Rooms
Students, panelists, alumni, and faculty will have the opportunity to engage in one-on-one discussion. The Humanities Day reception will run concurrently with the reception for alumni of HUMA 1600. Refreshments provided.
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