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The Bernard L. Schwartz Communication Institute presents
A Faculty Development Roundtable Discussion:
Utilizing the Rubin Museum for Great Works Classes
Thursday, May 1, 12:45-2:15pm, NVC room 14-267
From: Suzanne Epstein, Interim Director, Bernard L. Schwartz Communication Institute
This roundtable will draw on the research and experience of three faculty members in Baruch’s Department of English, Eva Chou, Shelly Eversley, and Miciah Hussey, who have integrated works from the Rubin Museum of Art into their curriculum. In this roundtable, we will continue the discussion we started last semester on strategies for incorporating visual art in our Great Works classes (though attendance at the last roundtable is by no means required to attend this roundtable). We will look at some specific assignment ideas, museum-visit tips, and connections between Himalayan art and readings frequently taught in Great Works classes.
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Lunch will be provided.
Adjuncts will be compensated for their time at the non-teaching adjunct rate.
Suzanne Epstein, Ed. D.
Bernard L. Schwartz Communication Institute
Baruch College, CUNY
1, Bernard Baruch Way, Box J-318
New York, NY 10010
Tel: (646) 312 2068 fax: (646) 312 2061