March 12, 2014

Daily Sun Dialogues: The State of Humanities at Cornell

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The Cornell Daily Sun and Cornell Forensics Society would like to invite you to the third Daily Sun Dialogue on March 13, 5:30 p.m. at Ives Hall, room 105.

Daily Sun Dialogues aims to be an event that gathers diverse panelists to discuss an issue relevant to campus life with the aim of going “Beyond the Byline.” The Daily Sun Dialogues bring stakeholders together to inspire debate and foster innovative solutions to our most pressing problems.

This semester’s topic is The State of the Humanities at Cornell: How should Cornell balance preserving the humanities while teaching students the science, technology, engineering and mathematics skills required by the modern economy?

We want to encourage you, our readers, to be active players in this debate and pose pertinent questions to the panelists. This semester we have the following panelists joining the discussion:

Laura Brown, senior vice provost for undergraduate education

Prof. Lance Collins, Joseph Silbert Dean of Engineering

Prof. Eric Cheyfitz, english

Prof. Ross Tate, computer science

Join us and add your voice to the Dialogue.