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Thinking: An RSAW Collaboration Collider

Posted in Research, Scholarly & Artistic Work, College Vision
Jan 22, 2019

Sixteen short films about research, scholarly and artistic work in the College of Arts and Science

Come learn about the work of College of Arts and Science faculty at Thinking: An RSAW Collaboration Collider

Tuesday, Jan. 22
3:30–5 pm
Neatby-Timlin Theatre (Arts 241)


Sixteen College of Arts and Science faculty members will explain their research, scholarly and artistic work on the theme of “thinking” in a series of two-minute films. Wine and cheese to follow.


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