Education at Emory in a Changing World

March 16, 2018 - July 31, 2018 | Robert W. Woodruff Library, Levels 1&2
<div class="data-entry"> <section class=" exhibition-details span12 "> <p>This exhibition was created by students in Dr. Sheila Cavanagh&amp;#8217;s fall 2017 class, English 489 and English 780: Creating an Exhibit: Theories and Practices. &amp;#8220;Education at Emory in a Changing World&amp;#8221; presents student research addressing how Emory has both responded to and influenced the way Emory graduates learn in a changing world.<br/><br/>The exhibition is drawn from a number of collections in the Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, &amp; Rare Book Library.&amp;#160;<br/><br/></p> <h4>Exhibits on View</h4> <p>&amp;#8220;Instruction and Inclusion: Emory&amp;#8217;s Journey to Integrating Education,&amp;#8221; curated by Anwesha Guha [level 2]<br/><br/>&amp;#8220;Matters of the Heart: The Teaching Philosophy of Emory&amp;#8217;s Poet-Physician, Dr. John Stone, &amp;#8220; curated by Mary Taylor Mann [level 2]<br/><br/>&amp;#8220;The Slavery Question,&amp;#8221; curated by Amy Bower [level 2]<br/><br/>&amp;#8220;Unsung Players: Augusta Skeen Cooper and Brenda Bynum,&amp;#8221; curated by Kate Battaglia and John Gulledge [level 2]&amp;#160;<br/><br/>&amp;#8220;Sex, Drugs, and Lecture Halls: A History of Health Education at Emory,&amp;#8221; Curated by Hannah Griggs and Kelly Duquette [level 1]<br/><br/>&amp;#8220;Queering Emory: A Retrospective on Heterosexism and Activism,&amp;#8221; curated by Jacqueline Veliz [Incorporated into &amp;#8220;Stepping Out of Line&amp;#8221; exhibition in the Stuart A. Rose Manuscripts, Archives and Rare Book Library, level 10]</p> </section> </div>