Barth, who received his bachelor’s degree with individual concentration (BDIC) in social philosophy and communication theory, will spend his time at Cambridge writing “The Theory of Everyone,” a blueprint for a world in which everyone is supported to fulfill their potential.
The Mutual Mentoring program provides funding to individuals and groups of faculty for the purpose of developing robust professional mentoring networks that support growth as researchers, teachers, and leaders in their fields.
TIDE ambassadors explore how they can enhance students’ learning and academic success across cultural, social, and learning differences by adopting a strength-based inclusive and equitable approach to teaching and learning, grounded in the value of diversity.
Shannon Silva, a junior biology major and Commonwealth Honors student, was recently awarded the prestigious Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship.
Living in Florence has been a great, unique experience—the food, the people, the beautiful architecture and art, the nightlife, and sports culture.