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Honors education as transdisciplinary & transformative global education cultivating global competence

Given the significant variance in definitions of and approaches to honors education – which largely seems to be a function of the great diversity of institutions in which it is embedded – this is an attempt to conceptualize honors education … Continue reading

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Where is the spirit at home?

Annie Dillard on presence over productivity & Pico Iyer on where home is The life of sensation is the life of greed; it requires more and more. The life of the spirit requires less and less. (cf. Hannah Arendt’s understanding … Continue reading

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Broccoli is My Personal Jihad

Please, join us for our tenth and final installation of WTF?! Potter College’s Spring 2013 line-up, “Broccoli is My Personal Jihad” with Instructor Khaldoun Almousily from the Modern Languages Department for a witty look at second-generation Arab-Americans who are trying … Continue reading

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