Please join us for the 2016-17 International Humanities Medal award presentation and lecture, this year honoring internationally renowned choreographer and artistic director Bill T. Jones. Sept. 29, 5 pm, Edison Theatre. RSVPs appreciated; please click this link.

Senior Katelyn Mae Petrin, a Merle Kling Fellow in the Center for the Humanities, was an early student advocate for the creation of a medical humanities minor. Her capstone project explored the world of "grinders," people who implant themselves with semi-practical, semi-artistic biotech.

Internationally renowned choreographer and artistic director Bill T. Jones will receive the 2016 International Humanities Medal on September 29. Granted biennially, the medal honors the lifetime work of a person who has made a significant and sustained contribution to the world of letters or the arts.

The project is among 28 grants, totaling $1,655,361, awarded by NEH to support efforts by institutions to plan for and implement changes that transform scholarly preparation in the humanities at the doctoral level and incorporate broader career preparation for PhD candidates.


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