The event will showcase student projects that demonstrate student growth through doing. Projects include undergraduate research, creative endeavors, internships, entrepreneurship and other integrative and hands-on work.
Emory & Henry promotes successfully an educational culture of excellence while leading among small colleges in promoting diversity and the values of creativity and independent thinking, according to James L. Waits, the keynote speaker during the annual Founders Day celebration.
Cote will present his speech entitled “Vampire, Cheerleader, Hedonist, Snob: Anatomy of a Critic & the Dubious Future of My Profession” at 7:30 p.m. in the main theatre of the McGlothlin Center for the Arts.
The E&H Summer Adventure Program begins June 11 and runs through July 7. During that time high school students will learning hiking, backpacking and back country skills (July 11-16 and July 2-7); whitewater kayaking, stand-up paddling and rafting (June 18-23); and bouldering and rock climbing (July 25-30).
Art students at Emory & Henry College create in a stimulating environment with nationally recognized studio artists and historians. The program is a combination of a liberal arts education with rigorous studio art practice, which provides students with an education for a lifetime.