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Summer Institute in the Arts and Humanities: Symposium
Summer Institute in the Arts and Humanities: Symposium
WhenThursday, Aug. 18, 2016, 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Campus locationAllen Library (ALB)
Campus roomAuditorium
Event typesExhibits, Performances, Special Events
Event sponsorsUndergraduate Academic Affairs, the Simpson Center for the Humanities, the Office of Research, the Undergraduate Research Program, and the Mary Gates Endowment for Students
Description

Attend this closing symposium to see the final performances and presentations of the students' research.

The Summer Institute in the Arts and Humanities allows selected undergraduates to earn full-time, academic credit through immersion in scholarly research with accomplished scholars and peers. Bringing together four faculty and twenty students in plenary, seminar and tutorial-style sessions, the institute encourages mutual learning as well as independent thought.

This year's theme, Excitations: Energy Studies in the Arts and Humanities, has students attend lectures, seminars, small group critique, workshops, and tutorial sessions. Students read and discuss theoretical readings and engage in digital and physical forms of making, such as 3D printing, photograms, sound editing, video editing, physical computing, and PhotoShop. Students then complete a significant project that reflects their unique insights into the role of energy in the arts and humanities. The forms for these projects may include scholarly research, performances in music / sound / drama, visual artworks / installations, and creative writing.

SCHEDULE

9:00-9:30: Welcome and opening remarks
Janice DeCosmo, Associate Vice Provost for Undergraduate
Research and Associate Dean, Undergraduate Academic Affairs
Kathleen Woodward, Director, Walter Chapin Simpson Center for
the Humanities and Professor of English
Professor Phillip Thurtle, Comparative History of Ideas

9:30-10:40: Session I: Knowledge
Maria Cage, Early Childhood and Family Studies
Callie Nissing, Comparative History of Ideas
Marco Orozco Rosales, Art (Photomedia)
Hannah Jolibois, Pre-Engineering
Daniel Glynn, Art (Photomedia)

10:20-10:40: Q & A
10:40-10:50: Break
10:50-12:00: Session II: Sense
Kevin Middleton, Comparative History of Ideas
Casey Grosso, Art History
Tristan Sylvester, Interactive Media Design (Bothell)
Nathan Mahr, Comparative History of Ideas
Alison Cheung, English

11:40-12:00: Q & A
12:00-1:30: LUNCH ART 120/122
Exhibition: Jacob Lawrence Gallery ART 132, The Skinny
and ART Room 09

1:40-2:50: Session III: Data
Audrey Choy, Comparative History of Ideas
Gerlene Ragsac, Comparative History of Ideas
Yong Ryou, Art (Photomedia)
Leila Reynolds, Anthropology, International Studies: Latin America
Alexis Neumann, Music (Voice), Comparative History of Ideas

2:30-2:50: Q & A
2:50-3:00: Break
3:00-3:55: Session IV: Chaos
Amanda Saenz, Philosophy
Viviana Castillo, Oceanography
Jessie Kim, Interdisciplinary Visual Arts, English
Aurora San Miguel, Comparative Literature (Cinema Studies),
Art (Photomedia)

3:40-3:55: Q & A
3:55-4:05 Break
4:05-4:30 Closing Remarks by the Summer Institute Teaching Team:
Rebecca Cummins, Tyler Fox, Phillip Thurtle, and Joel Ong

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