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Our Beautiful, Fragile World: Exhibit, reception & lecture by top nature photographer Peter Essick

Essick was recently named one of the 40 most influential nature photographers in the world by Outdoor Photography Magazine Reception with Peter Essick: Thu, Feb 27, 6.30pm, MMTH Atrium Lecture by Peter Essick: Thu, Feb 27, 7.30pm, MMTH Auditorium Exhibit … Continue reading

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Global Studies: The Art of Wonder in the Age of the Anthropocene

Richard Feynman (Theoretical physicist, 1918-1988) It would be a very dull universe for any intelligent being were everything of importance to be known. (Carl Sagan) What inspired the greatest scientists to spend their lives in a lab? A deep sense … Continue reading

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David Foster Wallace on the meaning and value of education – Like Fish in Water?

This is a re-post of an earlier post (from May 10, 2013) for those of you who would like to continue the conversation we started this weekend at the H4 Freshmen Orientation Retreat on the value and purpose of education. … Continue reading

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Experience nature

Partners in the Parks is an outdoor experiential learning program for collegiate honors students co-sponsored by Southern Utah University and the National Collegiate Honors Council.  In 2013 we will be hosting a variety of academic adventures at national parks across … Continue reading

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