Town Hall

Town hall: Integrating the arts and humanities with STEMM in higher education

Higher education should strive to offer all students—regardless of degree or area of concentration—an education that exposes them to diverse forms of human knowledge and inquiry and that impresses upon them the fact that
all disciplines are “branches of the same tree.” Such an education should empower students to understand the fundamental connections among the diverse branches of human inquiry—the arts, humanities, sciences, social
sciences, mathematics, engineering, technology, and medicine.

Given that today’s challenges and opportunities are at once technical and human, addressing them calls for the full range of human knowledge and creativity.

From the report "The Integration of the Humanities and Arts with Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine in Higher Education"

Schedule

EventTime
Welcome
Tom Nelson Laird
9:00 am
Presentation: Branches from the Same Tree Report
Irene Ngun & Tom Nelson Laird
9:15 am
Presentation: Alliance for the Arts in Research Universities
Gabriel Harp
10:00 am
Break10:30 am
Panel Presentations and Q&A
Tassie Gniady, Kalani Craig, Marty Siegel, & Marleen Newman
10:45 am
Lunch12:00 pm
Demo Sessions
Gustuve Weltsek, Anne Prieto, Thomas (Kelly) Wilson, Medina Sydykanova
12:30 pm
Adjourn2:00 pm

Panel members

Headshot of Tassie Gniady

Tassie Gniady

Cyberinfrastructure for Digital Humanities Manager

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Kalani Craig

Clinical Assistant Professor, History; co-Director, Institute for Digital Arts and Humanities

Headshot of Marty Siegel

Marty Siegel

Professor of Informatics, Instructional Systems Technology, and Cognitive Science

Headshot of Marleen Newman

Marleen Newman

Associate Director, J. Irwin Miller Architecture Program

Download the report

The integration of the Humanities and Arts with Sciences Engineering, and Medicine in Higher Education: Branches from the same tree. Screenshot of book chapter, which is available to read as a PDF linked on this page.

The Integration of the Humanities and Arts with Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine in Higher Education

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