February 2009: Energy
Faculty, graduate students, and undergraduate students gathered to view and discuss creative performances that suggest how the arts and humanities can join scientists and economists in addressing the energy crisis.
February 2008: Be(com)ing American
Professors in history, English, American studies, government and politics asked what it means to be(come) American in a world that is globalizing.
November 2007: Fables & Formulas
Faculty in physics, English and chemistry joined Chicago bio-artist Eduardo Katz to discuss the intersections of the sciences, the arts and the humanities, and to ask how practitioners in these fields might collaborate and influence each other.
April 2007: Arts as a Creative Catalyst
The campus community joined together as Worldwise and the 2007 Artists-in-Residence discussed their own creative processes and how to foster creativity that changes lives.
A special thank you to the Worldwise committee who worked diligently to create programs that engaged the UM campus and the surrounding community.
|Elizabeth Loizeaux, Associate Dean, chair||College of Arts & Humanities|
|Nancy Struna, Professor||American Studies|
|Renée Ater, Associate Professor||Art History & Archaeology|
|Steven Rutledge, Professor||Classics|
|Susan Farr, Executive Director||Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center|
|Sandy Mack, Professor||English|
|Mary Helen Washington, Professor||English|
|David Sicilia, Associate Professor||History|
|Mathias Frisch, Associate Professor||Philosophy|
|Caroline Eades, Associate Professor||School of Languages, Literatures and Cultures|
|Lynn Bolles, Professor||Women's Studies|
|Natalie Prizel, Undergraduate||College of Arts & Humanities|
|Kenton Stalder, Undergraduate||College of Arts & Humanities|